This show boasts the best theme song of any podcast that I've heard since my addiction for the medium began around six months ago. A man named Lex is the show's creator, host, and also the composer of the theme song. The premise of the podcast is brilliant in its simplicity. Listeners send in stories of the paranormal, and Lex shares them. Usually he will read the stories, adding minimal sound effects in the same tasteful manner that he applied to the theme song. Occasionally, the listeners record their own audio and send it in, which adds a nice element of diversity to the program. Often, after having read and/or played the stories which are sent to him, Lex will read tales of the paranormal from outside sources.
All in all, this is a great podcast. Lex has a very nice style of delivery, we hear some fine original music, and most of the stories are interesting. Unfortunately, not all of them are, which is one of two minimal complaints I have about this podcast, the other being the manner in which some of the stories are written. On one hand, I can admire the purity of reading them just as they are sent without any sort of editing. But, on the other hand, some of the stories are written so poorly that it is a distraction. I'm really not a stickler for grammar, but I am a stickler for clarity, and sometimes the pieces presented "as is" are lacking in that department. Fortunately, most of the stories are presented in a followable manner, and range from simply interesting to absolutely fascinating.
In addition to the podcast, the Anything Ghost website has other treats, including Lex's music, some photos, and film reviews.