Lately I've been obsessed with podcasts. They're very convenient for a person who needs something to focus on when they're doing something like working out or cleaning. I don't know why I waited so long to see what podcasts are all about because they're just downright useful and awesome. I've been listening to a nice little handful of podcasts recently and they're all pretty awesome, though I will warn you that all of them are related to horror. Here's my list: The Black Tapes. A docudrama about a podcast journalist who just wanted to make a show about strange jobs like paranormal investigators but instead ends up stumbling into the world of conspiracy and the supernatural. Tanis. If The Black Tapes doesn't have enough conspiracy for you, Tanis will. From the same people who bring us The Black Tapes, Tanis is about a man's driving desire to discover the secrets of Tanis. What is it? Where is it? How and why is it? This podcast only gets creepier the more you listen. Welcome to Night Vale. Quirky. That's the word to describe it. It's definitely weird with a side dish of dark humor. A lot of people have at least heard about this podcast but for those who don't know what it's about, I recommend having a listen to the strange adventures and stories of Cecil, host of the Night Vale Community Radio, and the backwards and upside down little town the show is focused on. Alice Isn't Dead. From the writers of Welcome to Night Vale, we listen to a woman telling her story into her transport truck's radio. We learn that her wife went missing and now she's following clues in a desperate search to find her while trying to avoid an eerie person she calls "The Thistle Man". Small Town Horror. The last of my podcasts that are recorded as if they're real life events, Small Town Horror is a fairly new podcast and the story is just getting started, so I can't really give you much in the way of a description. It's a podcast run by a man who returns home after his father's death and each episode we learn more about the bizarre happenings that plagued his teen years before he fled the town. The NoSleep Podcast. This one's pretty simple. Ghost stories from the NoSleep reddit forum are read for us. The narration is almost always perfection and the podcast is guaranteed to give you goosebumps. Lastly, I plan to start listening to Lore. I'm told it's a discussion podcast where the hosts take a look at mythology and folklore and discuss them in depth. I'm looking forward to it! So what do YOU guys listen to? Tell us a bit about it but try not to give away any spoilers~!