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Irrational Fears

By Anthony Luciano

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Join Anthony and Amanda Luciano on a journey to find out together, What Scares You?

Customer Reviews

Simply good stories

This podcast delivers some of Reddit's NoSleep stories without trying too hard. No overproduction, distracting music or voices, just simple stories.

Excellent Storytelling!

At first I was not a fan of the "My Romantic Cabin Getaway" story arc which started this podcast. I wasn't too keen on Anthony's monotone voice or the story itself. Over the months as Anthony continued to choose quality stories to read and "find his voice" as it were, the podcast was getting better and better. When the "Tommy Taffy" stories came out in November, Anthony blew me away with his eerie tone and the way he brought the menacing and sadistic character of Tommy Taffy to life. This podcast is going places and Anthony is becoming quite the talented story teller.

There are no soundtracks or cheap special effects to accompany the stories, just clearly enunciated and even-keeled readings of carefully curated horror fiction that will leave you wanting more.

Kudos, Anthony Luciano! You are pursuing your passion and sharing your talent with those who love and appreciate the artform. Thank you.


It's what you would want in a horror podcast. Good stories without an overly long intro by a tone deaf, egotistical host with a slightly above average reading voice but absolutely no acting ability whatsoever.