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The Magnus Archives

By Rusty Quill

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Description

Make your statement, face your fear. A weekly horror fiction podcast examining what lurks in the archives of the Magnus Institute, an organisation dedicated to researching the esoteric and the weird. Join Jonathan Sims as he explores the archive, but be be warned, as he looks into its depths something starts to look back… New episodes every Thursday produced by Rusty Quill, featuring guest actors, short stories, serial plots and more.

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Excellent UK horror

It seems like there's been a resurgence in creepy storytelling via podcasts, which makes sense given the personal connection they can make with the listener. Some have taken a faux-journalistic style and some have presented stories straight, but this takes a balance between the two: short vignettes framed by an archivist who introduces them and adds context. Early days but extremely promising so far, looking forward to seeing where this takes us!

Very Cthulhu-esque! Excellent!

I really want to hear more from the Magnus Archives. I was very impressed with this podcast, it is extremely well written, and each story just sparks your imagination with unanswered questions. Keep it up!

Outstanding British Horror

I've been listening to a fair amount of horror, paranormal and "unexplained" podcasts recently, and not only is it refreshing to find British fiction, but it is of such an incredibly high standard when compared with many offerings. The writing is genuinely fantastic- moving between creepy and terrifying, and the narration is excellent. I've been listening to these in darkened rooms and thoroughly scaring myself! Can't recommend highly enough if you like a scary story. Also a pleasing lack of the endless self-publicising that some podcasts indulge in. Brilliant!

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