Earbud Theater just released The Creaky Stairs, a spooky, classic scare story written by Jared Rivet. This was my second chance to do the sound effects editing and mix on one of their episodes, and I had a blast doing it.
I must say, by way of unsolicited testimonial, that I couldn't have done it without iZotope software. I used RX 4 Advanced to clean up and shape all the dialogue, and seamlessly apply a 1.25 semitone pitch up to the voices of our actresses, making them really sound like young boys. The Alloy 2 and Nectar 2 plugins gave me lots of control over the sound of all the voices, and Alloy's transient shaping let me sculpt the sound of spooky footsteps.
I was also quite pleased with how my Zoom H6 recorder worked out. I grabbed city and playground ambiences, and recorded most of the footstep foley in the episode, and it performed wonderfully.
Grab your best headphones. Or, if you have a speaker system with good bass extension, turn down the lights and crank up the volume.