(Formerly Outdoor Terrors) Real people submit their scariest outdoor experiences. Scary camping stories, hiking horror stories, and more - You'll never step foot outside again. For more scary story podcasts from Eeriecast go to eeriecast.com - Submit your scary camping story for narration at https://eeriecast.com/outdoor - NEW EPISODES every Friday at 7am.
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A lot of scary encounters begin when one hears strange noises, why not investigate what goes BUMP in the night? more
An imaginative group of teens in an Arizona town are bored and decide to go for an evening drive to find something interesting, out in the desert scrub, they find more than they bargained for... more
A young boy finds another one hiding in the woods and on the run, but from what? more
Not that I didn’t like previous host but new host voice is great to listen to. Have been listening for well over a year now and the show is very consistent with releasing episodes on time.
Pretty much all the eerie cast podcasts are the same. The narrator is great. Great pace, great voice, great delivery. There are minor editing issues in most episodes, like looped audio, but other than that the structure and editing are great. However, the story selection is not great. My main issue is that these stories are allegedly true, but none of them are written like first hand testimonies. They’re all written like high school level fiction. Most of the stories are insanely unbelievable, b... more
Totally love this podcast & all the others you do. This is so interesting & cool. Great story teller with interesting tales to tell. The only problem is I wish there were more. lol. Thanks for all of your podcasts. They’re my favorites!
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Alone in the Woods launched 6 months ago and published 29 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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