Midnight Marinara

Midnight Snacks - "Fakes"

The world of Creepypasta narration can be surprisingly cutthroat, and has more masks than one might expect...

Featuring the voices of (in order of appearance) Matt Holley, Kaela Berry, Nick Barbera, David King, Dead Palette and Allen Chaney.

Written by Slimebeast.

Music by Kevin MacLeod and myuu.
Mixed and edited by David King

Episode 54 - "Pigeons from Hell"

Something foul lurks in the old Blassenville Manor, and when two traveling friends decide to spend a night there, they stumble into a world of dark secrets and Voodoo that only one of them will survive...

Featuring the voices of (in order of appearance) Alex Rhys, Michael Malconian, Spenser Fernandez and Brian Murray.

Based on the story by Robert E. Howard.

Opening and ending themes by John King.
Mixed and Edited by David King.

Episode 53 - "Snuff Out"

Halloween night is known for its traditions and customs, and a group of trick-or-treaters will discover an unusual, forgotten ritual involving jack o' lanterns and making wishes, one that has an unusual amount of success...

Featuring the voices of (in order of appearance) Nate Stone, Noah Sinclair, Malerie Hurley, Kira Buckland and Katie Patterson.

Written by David King.

Opening and ending themes by John King.
Mixed and Edited by David King.

Episode 52 - "The Song and Dance Man"

An odd performer unexpectedly arrives in the town of Belle Carne, and draws quite the crowd when he promises free song and dance through the night...

Featuring the voices of (in order of appearance) T.J. Dasch, Katie Patterson, Matt Holley, Nick Jewell and David King.

Based on the story by Dylan Charles.

Opening and ending themes by John King.
Mixed and Edited by David King.

Episode 51 - "Little Wooden Box"

After losing his arm in a car accident, Phil Hadley struggles to find a solution for his pent up rage and sadness. A strange wooden box given to him as a therapy method may offer him a way to cope, though its use may have unforeseen consequences for him and his family...

Featuring the voices of (in order of appearance) Michael Ornelas, Sandy Stoltz, Jordin Overton, Sparrow Rayne and Amanda Kay.

Based on the story credited to Logan Falk. Adapted for radio theater by David King and Kaela Berry.

Opening theme by John King.
Mixed and edited by David King.

Episode 50 - "Free Burgers for Life"

Welcome to Dizzy's Diner, where one lucky customer is about it win the prize of a lifetime: free hamburgers for the rest of their life. Is it too good to be true? Surprisingly, the problem lies not with the prize, but with the trouble it causes for Dizzy himself...

Featuring the voices of (in order of appearance) Allen Chaney, Dead Palette, Matt Benson, David King, Kaela Berry and Nick Nocturne.

Written for Midnight Marinara by Slimebeast.

Opening theme by John King; additional music by Kevin MacLeod.
Mixed and edited by David King.

Episode 49 - "The Pale Man"

The journal entries of an assistant professor on extended holiday reveal the extent of his boredom staying in a run-down hotel, and his curiosity about a pale stranger living at the other end of the hall...

Featuring the voice of Scott Leverett.

Based on the story by Julius Long. Read it here.

Opening theme by John King; additional music by The Jungle Band and Victor Salon Group.
Mixed and edited by David King.

Episode 48 - "Frogs Are Good Luck"

A group of friends decide to spend a summer evening in the relative quiet of the Nevada desert, their only aim to catch up on things. Unfortunately, they travel just a little too far on the road out...

Featuring the voices of (in order of appearance) Fabian Alonzo, Matt Holley, Nyx Fears, Johnathan Eggstaff and Ruthie Hanson.

Based on the original credited to Alan Larkin. Read it here.

Opening theme by John King; additional music by Kevin MacLeod.
Mixed and edited by David King.

Episode 47 - "Companionship"

Starving college boy meets manic pixie dream girl. Boy makes small talk. Girl promises anything. Boy lets Girl take him on a journey into a nightmare...

Featuring the voices of (in order of appearance) David King and Sparrow Rayne.

Based on the original story by Slimebeast. Read it here.

Opening theme by John King; additional music by Kevin MacLeod.
Mixed and edited by David King.

 

Episode 46 - "String Theory"

Martin wakes up one morning to find countless strings tied between the people and things he encounters, and is seemingly ignored for his lack of connecting twine. After untying his friend Lucy, he realizes that perhaps there is more to these mysterious strings than just a prank...

Featuring the voices of (in order of appearance) Peyton Pearson, Katie Patterson and Emma Goddard.

Based on the original story credited to Tesla. Read it here.

Opening theme by John King; additional music by Kevin MacLeod and Freeplay Music.
Mixed and edited by David King.

Episode 45 - "The Harbinger Experiment"

Living in the sunlight, loving in the moonlight, having a wonderful time...

Featuring the voices of (in order of appearance) Nick Nocturne, Spenser Fernandez, Kaela Berry, Robin King, Xander Mobus and Dead Palette.

"The Harbinger Experiment" is credited to Zyon J. Read it here.

Opening theme by John King; additional music by myuu, Kevin MacLeod and the Bernie Cummins' Orchestra.
Mixed and edited by David King.

Episode 44 - "Tito Taster"

It's the first day of Summer at Zoombezi Bay water park, and Jim's first day on the job as a lifeguard. As if huge crowds and strange coworkers weren't enough, there's also the suspicious old man hovering near the Cyclone, the one the rest of staff doesn't want him to talk to...

Featuring the voices of (in order of appearance) Dead Palette, Allen Chaney, Aleu Moana, Slimebeast and Matt Holley.

Written for Midnight Marinara by Dead Palette.

Opening theme by John King; additional music by Kevin MacLeod.
Mixed and edited by David King.

Episode 43 - "The Disappearance of Ashley, Kansas"

Sometime during the night of August 16, 1952, the small town of Ashley, Kansas ceased to exist...

Featuring the voices of (in order of appearance) TJ Dasch, Michael Malconian, Nick Jewell, Matt Holley, David King, Emma Goddard and Sparrow Rayne.

Based on the original story by CoasterKid93. Read it here.

Opening theme by John King; additional music by Kevin MacLeod.
Mixed and edited by David King.

Episode 42 - "White Christmas"

Six months after a gentle Christmas snowfall alters the fate of the world, one meteorologist discovers a change in weather and sets out in search of answers in the frigid wastes...

Featuring the voices of (in order of appearance) Dead Palette, David King, Chad Garcia (of Frosted Mini Fears), Nick Atwell and Sparrow Rayne.

Based on the original story by Ashe Abbott. Read it here.

Opening music by myuu; "White Christmas" is by Bing Crosby.
Mixed and edited by David King.

Episode 41 - "Dead Man's Blues"

A car accident on a stormy night leaves Warren stranded on a supposedly-haunted road, where the Blues guitarist Bone Daddy Barry met his end. Luckily, a friendly stranger with a burn on his face arrives to give Warren a lift...

Featuring the voices of (in order of appearance) Slimebeast, Jordin Overton, Darin De Paul and Emma Goddard.

Written by Kaela Berry and David King. This episode is dedicated to the memory of David Berry.

Opening theme by John King; additional music by Kevin MacLeod, Jelly Roll Morton and Freeplay Music.
Mixed and edited by David King.

Episode 40 - "The Legend of Sleepy Hollow"

The Ringmaster offers an extra-large Halloween treat with this retelling of Washington Irving's classic ghost story of Ichabod Crane and the Headless Horseman...

Featuring the voices of (in order of appearance) Nick Nocturne, Nick Barbera, Dino Andrade (Batman: Arkham Asylum), Nick Jewell, David King, Marissa Marinello, Heather Kipp, Michael Malconian and Matt Holley; the voice of the Ringmaster is Xander Mobus.

Opening theme by CaptainInsanity; additional music by Kevin MacLeod, the YouTube Audio Library and Freeplay Music.
Mixed and edited by David King.

Based on the classic story by Washington Irving.