More Posts for Show: Dreadtime Stories: Back From The Grave
Hello again, Dear Listeners. Yes, I know Yours Cruelly is over a week late in getting the show podcast up but… Better late than never, right? Anyway. This week, our stories were In the Village of Villifere by Robert E. Howard, and The She-Wolf by Saki. This was followed by episode 7 of The Magnus Archives, The Piper. We then
Hello again, Dear Listeners. It is finally October and Halloween, objectively the best time of the year, has begun in earnest. To mark this occult occasion, we have selected an extremely terrifying tale written by Washington Irving, one of America’s finest authors of short stories. In fact, you’re guaranteed to just lose your head listening to The Adventure of the
Hello again, Dear Listeners. After much consideration, I have decided that going forward our program will be prerecorded in its entirety, to allow for a more… seamless listening experience for you. Our next prerecorded program will likely be October 13th. But that is the future, and I am sure you are concerned with the present. On this week’s paranoid program,
Hello again dear listeners. On this episode of Dreadtime Stories, Yours Cruelly shared two tales of Asian anxiety: In a Cup of Tea, and The Tale of Earless Hoichi, both by Greek-Irish-Japanese writer Lafcadio Hearn. These were followed by episode four of The Magnus Archives, Page Turner, an electrifying tale of horror and terror. After that was The Strange Doctor
Greetings, Dear Listeners. On this episode of the program, we returned live to the airwaves. On it, Yours Cruelly featured the following: 1. Rappaccini’s Daughter by Nathaniel Hawthorne, courtesy of http://librivox.org 2. The Magnus Archives Episode 3- Across the Street, courtesy of http://rustyquill.com 3. Two editions of Ripley’s Believe It Or Not, courtesy of the fine people at http://archive.org 4.
Greetings, Dear Listeners. Please note that this episode is prerecorded, and will run about half an hour long. This week on Dreadtime Stories, Yours Cruelly shared the following. 1. Our story this week was Algernon Blackwood’s The Empty House, courtesy of Librivox. 2. Episode Two of The Magnus Archives: Do Not Open, was brought to us courtesy of The Rusty
It’s the first episode of Dreadtime Stories! Yours Cruelly featured the following on this auspicious program: 1. H.P. Lovecraft’s The Doom That Came to Sarnath and The Statement of Randolph Carter, courtesy of librivox.org 2. The Magnus Archives Episode 1: Angler Fish, courtesy of The Rusty Quill (www.rustyquill.com) 3. The Black Mass- The Outsider, broadcast on November 20th, 1968, courtesy