Halloween Monster Podcast Mash

Halloween Monster Podcast Mash

It's a MASH!

It's a Monster PODCAST Mash!

We've created a list of some of our spookiest (and not-so-spooky) Halloween inspired podcast episodes. Wishing you a safe and fun Halloween Weekend!

Haunt On!

7 Minute Stories

Are ghosts real? Well this person didn't believe so.

Until they began to live in this spooky house come to life.

Chad & The Cheese

Do you want a Trick or a Treat? How about BOTH?!

Chad and Cheese are dropping some sweet knowledge into your candy bucket brain.

Storytime Anytime

Kids love jokes and stories. I mean, what is better than jokes and stories to keep kids happy? HALLOWEEN JOKES.

When is it bad luck to meet a black cat? What instrument does a skeleton like to play? What fruit does a vampire like to eat? Find out in our “Not-So-Scary” Halloween adventure.


On this Halloween episode of Cheer, Michael DeAloia, CEO of Evergreen Podcasts, performs the poem Hallowe’en by Joel Benton.

Fun and spooky from one our very own!

True Crime Psychology

What exactly happened on the Bluebelle? Learn about the Duperrault Family Masscare and the person believed to have committed the horrific crimes. What makes them do what they do?

Who Killed...?

18-year-old Michelle Martinko was last seen at the Westdale Mall in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, on December 19th 1979. She was never seen alive again.

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