Corpse Husband (born: August 8, 1997 (1997-08-08) ), or simply Corpse, is an American YouTuber from San Diego, California who is part of a community of YouTubers known as Horror Narration Channels.
Unlike other horror narrators, Corpse Husband prefers to read true horror stories, whether they are sent in from his subscribers, or from subreddits such as r/LetsNotMeet and r/NoSleep.Corpse Husband is well known for his very deep, distinguishable voice, which makes reading his horror stories entertaining and frightening for listeners.YouTube
Before his channel, Corpse Husband had been told on numerous occasions that he had the voice to do narration; more specifically, horror narration on YouTube. When he was growing up he used to listen to CreepyPasta narration channels such as MrCreepyPasta, Chilling Tales For Dark Nights, and Cryaotic. He was intrigued, but what really motivated him was stumbling across channels like Mr.Nightmare, Be. Busta, and Lazy Masquerade who typically narrated true horror stories. He then got to work on his own channel, which would later become one of the most popular horror narration channels on YouTube.The name Corpse Husband was created whilst he sat down for 20 minutes, trying to think of a name for his channel. He wrote down a few names, and eventually, he came up with the name Corpse Husband. His girlfriend at the time said it sounded cool, but Corpse wasn't entirely sure and stated he would change it. As of now, he hasn't changed it, and most likely will not.When Corpse Husband first started recording videos, he had a microphone zip-tied with rubber-bands on a pop-filter which is why he sounded "so weird". A few people enjoyed his content, so he decided to continue narrating. Mr. Nightmare was one of the first big channels to comment on his videos, which probably contributed to his desire to continue narrating.Later in 2020, Corpse Husband gained a large following by playing Among Us with big YouTubers such as PewDiePie and JackSepticEye.
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