Stories of Yore and Yours is a seasonal, bi-weekly short story podcast. Host Shawn Ennis narrates classic short stories, using sound effects and music to bring them new life. The show also asks for listener submissions. Whether you’re an aspiring author or just write as a hobby, you can be a part of the show! Send your short story to email@example.com for consideration, and in the meantime, thanks for listening!
"The House of Silence," by E. Nesbit
Bonus episode! In this #AlltheHorror bonus content, you’ll hear the sixth installment of the Patreon exclusive series Simply Stories! Today, the story of a thief who has some inside information on a huge score, but the place has to be hit at night. But what kind of danger is the thief walking into? Find out in “The House of Silence,” by Edith Nesbit!
"The Romance of Certain Old Clothes," by Henry James
Today, Henry James brings us the story of two sisters in colonial New England who both wish to marry the same man. What becomes of the sister who isn’t chosen? That’s just the beginning of the story – find out what happens in “The Romance of Certain Old Clothes!”
"The Minister's Black Veil," by Nathaniel Hawthorne
The local preacher, Mr. Hooper, refuses to show his face to his congregation, choosing instead to wear a black veil. What are his reasons? Will he show his face to anyone? Listen to Nathaniel Hawthorne’s classic short story and hear about “The Minister’s Black Veil!”
"The Red Room," by H.G. Wells
What horrors lurk within the walls of the red room? Find out in this episode, featuring H.G. Wells’s classic ghost story!
"A Star Trap," by Bram Stoker and "The Hunters," by Caroline Roberts
This week: Stories of Yore and Yours returns from hiatus with two stories! First you’ll hear about a very unique hunting trip, and then you’ll hear a story about the dark side of the theater from a familiar name. Don’t miss “The Hunters” by Caroline Roberts and “A Star Trap” by Bram Stoker!
"The Diary of a Madman," by Guy de Maupassant (in One Take)
On today's show I’ll be giving you all the latest updates on my upcoming appearance for the fourth annual Livestream for the Cure, and in preparation for that live show, I’m bringing you Guy de Maupassant’s story of a murderer whose deeds were discovered too late. But it’s not like any regular story, my friends. This one comes to you with no safety net. No do-overs, no punch-ins. Get ready with a live-to-tape stream, and then join me on May 30th at 10:00pm Eastern time on Livestream for the Cure!