Scary Narrations

I listen to a lot of creepy readings and I’ll be highlighting some of my favorites here…

2/11/19

It’s been a while since I’ve posted anything here – mainly due to the chaos of life, not for a lack of narrators to talk about.

In this short post, I’d like to introduce you to a fairly new horror narrator, Night Terror.

NT has been actively involved in Twitter’s #horrorcommunity since the day he joined and his willingness to support and work with fellow content-creators and authors have quickly made him a fan-favorite.

His videos range from creepypasta narrations to live-streams and I believe he’s working on some true, terrifying stories as well.

If you’re addicted to horror narrations, as I am, you’ll love Night Terror’s regular upload schedule and variety of stories he shares with us, whether they be popular NoSleeps, lesser known pastas, or even his own scary tales.

All that said, his content and his sweet, sweet accent should be enough to get you to subscribe. Your ears will thank me.

You can find his channel HERE

See you next time,

Drac.

10/15/18

With his growing collection of subscribers, The Crow Flies is rapidly becoming well known in the world of fledgling narrators. If you’ve given his channel even a moment of your time, you’re aware that he’s approaching the coveted half-a-thousand-subscriber mark and it’s for good reasons. Despite a slight, technical hiccup, Crow uploads regularly with a collection of stories and delicious collaborations that are perfectly on-brand with today’s style of horror fiction.

Not only will you be treated to a reliable, entertaining content creator, but Crow also hosts “Murder Mondays” where he narrates submitted stories, classic horror tales, and a variety of pastas from the wiki. I’ve enjoyed a few of these and found that they are a great way to socialize with likeminded horror fans or enjoy a night of creepy stories, or both; birds of a feather and all that.

I urge you give him a listen. You can find his channel below.

The Crow Flies

9/9/18

In every family, there is a crazy, fun uncle. We all know him. We all love him. Well, the horror-narration family is no different.

There is an abundance of niceties I can wax ecstatically about concerning this entry’s narrator, but I’ll try to keep it short and sweet. Uncle Ulric may be one of the hardest working horror and creepypasta narrators you’ve never heard of. Ulric regularly publishes quality content and the style of his story choice and ambient motif just begs you to curl up by a fire with a choice beverage and listen all night.

On the flip of his delectable narrations, Ulric is constantly, almost vigilantly, contributing to many other burgeoning and established channels alike. Whether it be collaborating with other narrators or graciously doling out financial or creative support, your good Uncle is tasking himself to make the horror-narration community the best it can be. I urge you to give him just a few minutes of your time, subscribe to his channel, and enjoy. Thank you.

Uncle Ulric on YouTube

8/20/18

Zombiecorn TalesofHorror is one of the best new channels in the world of micro-pasta narrations. The channel’s creator is constantly active in the horror narration community and her willingness to help out fellow content-creators is a refreshing site to see. If she’s not working on videos for her own channel, Zombiecorn is collaborating with other narrators on various projects to help them fuel and further their passions. Her videos, while short and sweet, feature original tales and a nice selection of guest narrators willing to return the kindness. If you’re looking for a soft, naturally emotive voice, I believe you’ll enjoy her channel.

Zombiecorn TalesofHorror

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7/27/18

One of my personal favorite creepy narrators is Nordic Vampire. He tends to cruise just under the radar when compared to the more popular channels, but I believe that only adds to the charm of his channel. I’ve had the pleasure of corresponding with him many times since I subscribed and he truly has a passion for his work, for the stories he chooses, and appreciation for his subscribers. Mr. Vampire provides a nice mix of modern Creepypastas, short scary stories – much like you would find on the subreddit of the same name – and a plethora of classics by The Brothers Grimm. If you’re interested in listening to a unique voice and a selection of stories not often narrated, then here you go!

Find him on YouTube at:  Nordic Vampire

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