Weird Darkness: Stories of the Paranormal, Supernatural, Legends, Lore, Mysterious, Macabre, Unsolved

Hosted ByDarren Marlar

Voice artist Darren Marlar narrates true stories of real paranormal events and true crime.

“DARK ARCHIVES #1” 39 stories of the paranormal! #WeirdDarkness

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Please support my channel by sharing Weird Darkness on Facebook, Twitter, Reddit, and others social networks! If you like this video, please give it a thumbs up – and be sure to subscribe if you want to see more! And click that little bell icon next to the subscribe button to be notified when I post new videos! If you’re already an official Weirdo, please leave a comment below and let me know what you thought of the episode! Find more Weird Darkness, or send me your own story to narrate at I’m looking for both fiction and non-fiction stories of the paranormal, strange, supernatural, dark, and creepy. You can even send me link to articles, creepypastas, and other stories you find online that you feel would be great for the show. Share them all with me at * DARREN MARLAR RADIO SHOW: * MARLAR HOUSE AUDIOBOOKS: * FACEBOOK & TWITTER: * DAILY DOSE OF WEIRD NEWS: * WEIRD DARKNESS: * MARLAR SHEET (newsletter): * FREE MOBILE APP: * MY CHRISTIAN CHANNEL: * SEND ME STUFF: Marlar House Productions, PO Box 202 Featured in this episode… “Let Me In” written by Savannah K. Davis “Let Me In” Illustrated by Paul Spangler “A 200-year-old Swedish Mystery Remains Unsolved” Written by Message To Eagle “Strange Love” written by Troy Taylor “Time Warp Terror” submitted anonymously “Kutna Hora – The Remains of 50,000 People” submitted by Gary Vasey “A Last Visit” submitted by Keith R. “The Strange Black-Eyed Kids Encounter” submitted anonymously “Black-Eyed Kids Haunt Mid-Western School Car Park” submitted anonymously “The Footsteps” submitted anonymously to “Tabitha” written by Cindy Parmiter “The Book That Killed” submitted by MessageToEagle “One Bad Night” submitted by Jason R. Davis “The Old Warehouse Hotel Down in New Orleans” submitted by StupidDialUp “Day of the Worm” submitted by Derek Hawke “Mystery of the Stull Cemetery – A Gateway to Hell?” submitted by Message to Eagle “The Ghost Of The Old Lady In The Rocking Chair” written by David Domine “The Haunted Hotel Room” submitted by Keith R. “I Found a Black-Eyed Kid Selfie On My Phone” submitted by Matteo S. “Something Haunts Oregon’s Caves” submitted by Bill C. “Awakened By Ghostly Rapping On The Window” submitted anonymously “Battle With Evil On The Doorstep” submitted by Kamen “Halloween Nightmare” submitted by Black Cat “Empusa – Shape Shifting Evil Female Demon in Greek Myth and Folklore” submitted by Message To Eagle “Willow Lake” submitted by Robert Comber “Is South Carolina’s Poinsett Bridge Haunted?” Used by permission from “The Mystery Of The Blinking Mummy Of Rosalia Lombardo” submitted by Message to Eagle “Ordsall Hall” submitted by Alan Toner (from his book, “100 True Ghost Stories”) “The White Dog” submitted by Cindy Parmiter (from her book, “More Tales Too Strange To Be Fiction”) “America’s Not-So Famous Haunted Houses” Used by permission from Troy Taylor “The Nursing Home From Hell” submitted by Reg B. “The Phantom Gardner” submitted by Pierre “Haunted Fish” submitted by G. Hamilton “The Disappearing Smoking Ghost” submitted by George M. “The Tapping Ghost of Manchester” submitted by Tim J. “A Ripple In Time? The Hanged Man” submitted by Andy M. “The Haunted School Bathroom” submitted by R.D. “The Las Vegas Sand Demon” submitted by Dan Rosenburg “A Cell Door Key” written by Troy Taylor (from the book, “Cabinet of Curiosities 3”) “He Thought I Killed Him” used with permission from Reddit user weijiji narrated by HellFreezer ( Copyright Marlar House Productions, 2017. Rebroadcast or duplication without express written permission is strictly prohibited. Music provided by Shadow’s Symphony. Used with permission. All rights reserved. For more information on Shadows Symphony, visit Music provided by Midnight Syndicate. Used with permission. All rights reserved. For more information on Midnight Syndicate, “Soundtracks for the Imagination”, visit:

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