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Welcome to the Knifepoint Horror Wiki.

These tales of supernatural suspense by Soren Narnia adhere to the most primal element of storytelling: a single human voice describing events exactly as it experienced them. The stories, stripped of even proper titles, spill forward as taut, uninterrupted confessions. Knifepoint Horror leaves nothing but the story's riveting spine to compel and chill you to the core." - http://www.knifepointhorror.libsyn.com

Knifepoint Horror is a horror podcast created and produced by American author Soren Narnia. The first Knifepoint Horror story, town, was posted on 23 November 2010 and was read by narrator Dennis Smith. As of 1 May 2022, 67 Knifepoint Horror episodes have been released, including Halloween compilations and special anthology episodes.

Knifepoint Horror is available to hear at Libsyn, Spotify, Stitcher, and many other podcast streaming services.

You can support Soren Narnia and Knifepoint Horror at Patreon.

Read more about Knifepoint Horror, or check the List of Knifepoint Horror episodes.

About the Knifepoint Horror Wiki

This encyclopedia is a resource created and developed by fans of Soren Narnia's Knifepoint Horror series as well as has other uncollected works and other related material.

It is important to note that individual episode pages contain information on all aspects of the stories, characters, dates, locations and narrative, and as a result are filled with spoilers. Do not read an episode page without first listening to or reading the story.

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Notes

Knifepoint Horror stories are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License, meaning that anyone is free to adapt them as they see fit, even for profit, without the obligation to compensate the author.[1]