[News] iHeartMedia and Aaron Mahnke’s Grim & Mild Debut Christmas Thriller Podcast, 12 GHOSTS
12 GHOSTS l iHeartMedia & Grim & Mild
Yesterday, iHeartMedia and Grim & Mild launched the first episode of 12 GHOSTS, an original fictional podcast from Aaron Mahnke, creator of “13 Days of Halloween.” The podcast, starring Malcolm McDowell (A Clockwork Orange), is a 12-part ghostly anthology series with a festive twist, offering 12 spooky stories for the 12 days of Christmas and released daily through Christmas Eve.

In the midst of a massive blizzard, 11 strangers find themselves stranded in an old inn on Christmas Eve. With no escape, and strangely compelled by the old innkeeper (Malcolm McDowell), each stranger discovers something they have in common: everyone has a secret spectral tale. Produced in 3D binaural sound, listeners will be transported to Mulligan’s Inn as they follow each storyteller into their nightmares and experience a timeless, frightening tale.

The first episode launched yesterday, December 14, with subsequent episodes dropping daily through Christmas Eve.

12 GHOSTS is distributed by iHeartPodcasts and is available on the iHeartRadio app and everywhere podcasts are hear.

About Aaron Mahnke

One of the most successful podcast producers in the world, Aaron began his career in 2015 with the launch of “Lore,” which went on to become a breakout hit. Aside from racking up nearly 400-million downloads to date, “Lore” was adapted for two seasons of television on Amazon Prime, and as a three-book set from Penguin Random House / Del Rey. Aaron has also toured extensively, taking the Lore storytelling experience to tens of thousands of people across the country.

These days, as founder and president of Grim & Mild Entertainment, Aaron stays busy writing, voicing, and producing a number of wildly popular shows, including the 2021 breakout hit Bridgewater.

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