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Cthulhu Mythos stories along with others that are creepy or scary and set in or around the 1920s. Also a little history and music from the 1920s

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Cthulhu Mythos stories along with others that are creepy or scary and set in or around the 1920s. Also a little history and music from the 1920s

    306 - The Turn of the Screw, part 7

    306 - The Turn of the Screw, part 7

    Here is the next episode of the podcast, with Mungo Par's adventuers in the old world Africa, and continuing the Turn of the Screw. Download the show  

    305 - The Turn of the Screw, part 6

    305 - The Turn of the Screw, part 6

    Here's the very next part of the podcast. In this most excellent of episodes are the next parts of "The Turn of the Screw", and Mungo Park's "Travels in the interior of Africa". Download the show

    304 - The Turn of the Screw, part 5

    304 - The Turn of the Screw, part 5

    Greetings and welcome to the new year! Hopefully this year will be when Great Cthulhu rises from his sleep to bring us all home...into his belly! In this episode we continue The Turn of the Screw, and Travels in the Interior of Africa. Enjoy! Download the show

    303 - The Turn of the Screw, part 4 and a new book start

    303 - The Turn of the Screw, part 4 and a new book start

    Greetings Dear Listeners In this episode we continue the creepy story "The Turn of the Screw" and start a new memoir of adventure, as we follow Mungo Park in his "Travels in the Interior of Africa". Download the show

    302 - Final part of "South" and chapters 1 and 2 of The Turn of the Screw

    302 - Final part of "South" and chapters 1 and 2 of The Turn of the Screw

    Greetings In today's episode we finish off Shackleton's book, "South" and wade out into the mystery of "The Turn of the Screw" with chapters 2 and 3. Download the show

    301 - The Turn of the Screw, part 1

    301 - The Turn of the Screw, part 1

    It's time to start a new book today, and we're picking up the classic tale of horror "The Turn of the Screw". We're also nearly at the end of Shackleton's "South". Download the show

Customer Reviews

Mr Observant ,

Quality!

Consistent high quality narration and production.
You keep putting it out, I'll keep listening!

Johnnymorris ,

Sadly not the podcast it once was.

I get it, this podcast is free but I have to admit that over the last few years it has gone from being a Chulhu and Mythos podcast to being a Shipping podcast. What do I mean by that? Short epsodes that rattle off rather dull and eventless "stories". This podcast is now little more than an advert for Felbrigg's paid-subscription audiobook downloads. It's a shame but I guess that;'s the way of the world - I'm done with it.

Martin T ,

Undiscovered treasure.

Although I've been a fan of Lovecraft and related mythos for 20 years I've never really been part of or even heard of any sort of community that celebrates his and others works. Then I decided to search itunes and was very pleased to find this and a couple of other related podcasts. Thanks very much for your work producing this and bringing other amatuer writer's efforts to a wider audience. The period music that occasionally gets played is also a nice touch. Although as with several other producers of horror podcasts some overdo their voice effects during readings, which to me sounds very cheesey and amatuerish. Although this could be the fault of the people who submit recordings to the show and not the producer of this particular podcast himself.

Thanks a lot and keep up the great work!

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