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Fear In The Southwest Podcast

Join us as we share stories and accounts surrounding the supernatural, paranormal, and the unexplained phenomenons presented by our hosts. Originated in the Southwest, our focus may range from folklore to modern day mysteries. Always looking to expand our curiosities, feel free to share your stories with us. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fear-in-the-southwest/support

Recent Episodes

Sept. 16, 2021

The Saucy Fairy and Friends return, this time with some special guest…

We are joined by the awesome team at What In The...? Podcast who talk with us about paranormal experiences and tag along in our c…

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July 27, 2021

Raging Reign- Part 2 of Summer Slaughter Fest

Part 2 of our Summer Slaughter Fest, this week the crew dives into notorious female serial killers often known for the hierarchy …

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July 14, 2021

Kicking it off with Summer Slaughter Fest

In honor of the blazing hot summer, the crew is kicking it off with a Summer Slaughter Fest Series. Diving into the worlds less k…

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July 9, 2021

The Crew Reviews the Conjuring Series

Over a month has passed since the release of the newest installment to the Conjuring horror series, giving the crew much time to …

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July 3, 2021

Surviving the Haunted Museum

After returning from Las Vegas, Drew and Stef get together with the rest of the Fear in the Southwest crew to discuss their vacat…

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June 14, 2021

Sasquatch Waxing and Mass Hysteria

On this episode the Fear in the Southwest crew venture out into a new side hustle...body waxing. Just kidding! But this week's fo…

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Welcome to our channel!!

Hey everyone, Just want to take a little time to welcome you to our show! We are happy you are here! This channel has been up and running for two years…

About the Hosts

Andrew Bleakley


Hi I’m Andrew , I’ve been a lifelong enthusiast of everything scary, I enjoy telling stories and jokes. So much so I spook myself. I created this podcast with the fellow members to share my love of paranormal and to possibly spook the audience as well. I created Fear In The Southwest Podcast to open up listeners ears and minds to the world that has me swallowed up deep in. Listen in and enjoy the show and watch out for those gluten croutons as Alan mentioned! stay creepy my friends!

Alan Bleakley

Creator/ Host

Hey, I'm Alan, I'm 32, I'm usually a Gemini, and always sarcastic. My mind tends to fascinate over the odd and macabre fringe topics, and Cryptozoology, Folklore, Gluten-Free No-Bake Baking, and varied knowledge of the Occult would probably be the areas I gravitate to the most. I believe there are dangerous unseen things lurking around us at all times, and they mean to do us harm. "GLUTENS" I guess I'm just too WOKE to go back to sleeping on the subjects of the paranormal, and "Evil Bread Juju". I enjoy learning and talking about these things, and especially so when it's with friends and family that share your passions. I think that what makes this podcast special is that we offer people a room full of friends who just like to share with, learn with, and poke fun at one another while we look into things we are passionate about. Just remember, there are NO safe Croutons.

Ryan Williamson


Salutations, My name is Ryan. Im a 27 year old artist who's drawn to abstract wonders. I think in pictures, love the taste of red and purple, and have a talent for making situations moderately uncomfortable. This podcast, to me, is a great way to explore the unknown as well as give inspiration for art. My knowledge stems from mental health to paranormal, Including a few personal experiences. Thank You for your support and remember we are all being watched in the shower!

Stefini Nañez


Originally from Tucson, AZ, folklore and the macabre has always fascinated me and has given me a little bit of a darker edge than the people I grew up around, but Halloween and the supernatural were a common theme in my household. From stories my parents, and grandparents told me, my mind opened up, and by the time I was 12-years-old, I started to have dreams and premonitions of things that came to be true. As a teenager I began to feel and see things others did not, especially at friends houses, and began a love of writing, turning my encounters into stories. With my love of history and personal experiences with the unknown, I look forward to sharing both on the Fear in the Southwest Podcast, and look forward to many future adventures.