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I love podcasts. I consider myself to be quite the podcast connoisseur and have compiled a list of my top three most binge-worthy podcasts:

The Magnus Archives

The Magnus Archives follows Jonathan Sims, head archivist at the fictional Magnus Institute in London as he investigates accounts of the paranormal. Initially a skeptic, Jonathan begins to uncover a larger mystery regarding these supernatural events, and the Magnus Institute itself. With 200 episodes spanning five seasons, the Magnus Archive combines horror and mystery into an epic anthology.

Edge of sleep

Fans of Mark Fischbach (aka Markiplier), a popular YouTuber, have probably already heard of this one. The Edge of Sleep is a gripping mystery- thriller involving night watchman Dave and a terrifying global epidemic: anyone who had fallen asleep the previous night has mysteriously died. Now, Dave and the other survivors must stay awake and they desperately search for answers. Don’t fall asleep.

Never Been better

I stumbled upon this podcast when I was at a particularly low point in my life. I had a lot of things going on and was feeling pretty pessimistic. After a series of bizarre coincidences I stumbled upon Hayley’s podcast, and I was immediately hooked. I actually went to high school with Hayley, so I knew I wanted to support her 100%. You’ll love Hayley’s honest, down-to-earth delivery and natural charm as she talks about everything from falling in love, mental health, substance abuse, and more. In her latest episode, Hayley plays Truth or Drink with her fiancé, Jordan. You can’t help but smile at their playful, flirty dynamic while they ask each other questions like what movie title they would give their last relationship, whether or not they’re keeping any secrets, and would they help the other hide a body.


Michaela Shaw is currently the vice president and senior editor of the Her Campus chapter at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. Michaela is also a member of Active Minds, Alpha Kappa Delta, the National Society for Leadership and Success, Sociology Club, and Psi Chi. She also volunteers with Hopeful Hearts, a grief support group for children and families. After completing an internship in Alleghany County, she will graduate in August with a dual baccalaureate in Psychology and Sociology and a minor in Child and Adult Advocacy Studies. She intends on pursuing a master's degree in Social Work with a concentration on Children, Youth and Families. She likes video games, reading, rainy days, vinyl records, Thai food, and spending time with her cat, Ron. 
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