I don't know much about horror podcasts (the few I've tried before didn't do anything for me), but Jonathan Sims' The Magnus Archives over at rustyquill.com has won me over. I'm only 7 episodes in at the moment (they're into their fifth season, I reckon, and Ep. 181 is now online, not counting the specials and other shows they've done!), but I can't wait for the bigger mystery to unfold. Each episode is a statement narrating a supernatural encounter or bizarre event, read by the organisation's newly appointed head archivist. The Magnus Archives has thousands of such tales waiting to be sorted out and recorded for future filing by Jonathan Sims... But as the podcast's creators warn us: "Individually, they are unsettling. Together they begin to form a picture that is truly horrifying because as they look into the depths of the archives, something starts to look back…"
Current regurgitations of popular artefacts