Halloween podcast and audiobook recommendations from Audible


With Halloween just the corner, Audible has shared its top audiobook and podcast recommendations for the spooky season.

Research commissioned by Audible found 43% of Australians’ favourite audiobook genre is mysteries and thrillers, while 39% of us list true crime as our favourite podcast genre.

If you’re after Halloween content ideas, the following list of six audiobooks/podcasts might provide some inspiration.

Impact Winter by Travis Beacham (Audible Original):

It’s the near future and seven years since a comet hit the earth and blotted out the sun. The world is a dark, frozen landscape. And then, beastly creatures emerge and take over. Can they really be vampires? A story of apocalypse, horror, and adventure, Impact Winter is created with immersive 3D audio that dares you to pop in your earbuds and listen in the dark.

Birds of Prey (Audible Original):

Eleven stories that are twisty, scary, surprising and bursting with imagination. Birds of Prey: The Harlan Coben Challenge is described as a highly bingeable audiobook that’s a treat for thriller fans.

The Method by James Patterson and Michael B. Silver (Audible Original):

Described as a chilling, immersive audio thriller, The Method is pure James Patterson—a roller-coaster ride of lies, coverups, and dark deeds.

The Orchard (Audible Original):

At the edge of an old orchard, on the grounds of an exclusive private girls’ school, a teenage boy is found dead. Was it murder, suicide, or something else? The Orchard – starring Eric Bana – is a haunting tale of memory, myth and unnatural forces.

Bloodguilt by Dan Box and Kate Wild (award-winning Audible Original):

Suicides rarely get reported. But reporters Dan Box and Kate Wild believe this unnerving public death is worthy of further explanation.

John Safran vs The Occult (Audible Original):

John Safran has spent months among sorcerers, satanists, and exorcists and he’s spilling the beans in a new podcast. Forget gentle white witches and tarot card readers. John packs his bag and fearlessly heads off to places where black magic leads not only to exorcisms but … murder.

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