Great Scary Audio Stories
The Marble Hands, by Bernard Capes15/12/2008
The Marble Hands, by Bernard Capes
An Unfinished Race, by Ambrose Bierce06/12/2008
An Unfinished Race, by Ambrose Bierce: . . . .
A Ghoul’s Accountant29/11/2008
A Ghoul’s Accountant, by Stephen Crane. . . . .
The Man-Eating Tree, by Phil Robinson07/11/2008
The Man-Eating Tree, written by Phil Robinson in 1881 Read by Brian Schell . . . . . .
The Dead Alive, by Edward Lloyd11/10/2008
The Dead Alive, or the Murdering Mendicant of Orleans, by Edward Lloyd Download the PDF: http://www.arcanetales.com/audio/Dead Alive.pdf
The Thing at Ghent, by Honore de Balzac11/10/2008
The Thing at Ghent, by Honore de Balzac Download the PDF: http://www.arcanetales.com/audio/Thing at Ghent.pdf
Dagon, by H. P. Lovecraft03/10/2008
I am writing this under an appreciable mental strain, since by tonight I shall be no more. Penniless, and at the end of my supply of the drug which alone, makes life endurable, I can bear the torture no longer; and shall cast myself from this garret window into the squalid street below. Do not … Continue reading Dagon, by H. P. Lovecraft →
The Strange Orchid, by H. G. Wells20/09/2008
The Strange Orchid By H.G. Wells The buying of orchids always has in it a certain speculative flavour. You have before you the brown shrivelled lump of tissue, and for the rest you must trust your judgment, or the auctioneer, or your good luck, as your taste may incline. The plant may be moribund or … Continue reading The Strange Orchid, by H. G. Wells →
The Vampire Cat of Nabeshima, by A.B. Mitford12/09/2008
The Vampire Cat of Nabéshima By A.B. Mitford, Lord Redesdale
The Masque of the Red Death, By Edgar Allen Poe05/09/2008
The Masque of the Red Death By Edgar Allen Poe THE “Red Death” had long devastated the country. No pestilence had ever been so fatal, or so hideous. Blood was its Avatar and its seal — the redness and the horror of blood. There were sharp pains, and sudden dizziness, and then profuse bleeding at … Continue reading The Masque of the Red Death, By Edgar Allen Poe →