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"The Puppeteer of Prague" is a short story by the British author, Paul Draper. The story appeared in Draper's 2020 collection, Black Gate Tales. In the author's own words: "On the eve of the Sudetenland annexation, a depressed Czech bureaucrat uncovers the rumour of a murderous mannequin dispatching traitors in the city."…
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"The Coming of the White Worm" is a short story by Clark Ashton Smith that takes place in the fictional prehistoric setting of Hyperborea. The tale, which was first published in the April 1941 issue of Stirring Science Stories, and sometimes includes the subtitle, "Chapter IX of the Book of Eibon", concerns the victim of a monstrous entity’s scourg…
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In the latest episode of THE UNTOLD MYSTERIES PODCAST, the show's host, Dan Rogers, shares the strange story of a 1978 radio broadcast, concerning a series of calls the station received from a man who claimed to be under the watchful eye of a mysterious sea creature. Performers: Erik Peabody as "Dan Rogers" Ian Gordon as "John Price" Tony Walker as…
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"Porcelain Blood" is a 2024 Cthulhu Mythos story by the British writer, Tamlan Dipper. The tale, which takes place in China in 1928, tells of a British Shanghai Municipal Police constable, who finds himself drawn into a strange investigation, involving of a room with no doors, a theft with no object, and a criminal who has committed no legislated c…
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"The Testament of Athammaus" is a short story by Clark Ashton Smith that takes place in the fictional prehistoric setting of Hyperborea. The tale was first published in the October 1932 issue of Weird Tales Magazine, described as follows: "The state executioner's story of an incredible monstrosity that struck terror to an entire city."…
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*This is the second HorrorBabble recording of TSoI* Forming part of Lovecraft’s Cthulhu Mythos, THE SHADOW OVER INNSMOUTH tells the strange story of an unnamed student, whose visit to a decrepit Massachusetts seaport—the crumbling town of Innsmouth—leads to a number of shocking and personal revelations……
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Part 5 will follow May 17th at 8PM UK. *This is the second HorrorBabble recording of TSoI* Forming part of Lovecraft’s Cthulhu Mythos, THE SHADOW OVER INNSMOUTH tells the strange story of an unnamed student, whose visit to a decrepit Massachusetts seaport—the crumbling town of Innsmouth—leads to a number of shocking and personal revelations……
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Part 4 will follow May 16th at 8PM UK. *This is the second HorrorBabble recording of TSoI* Forming part of Lovecraft’s Cthulhu Mythos, THE SHADOW OVER INNSMOUTH tells the strange story of an unnamed student, whose visit to a decrepit Massachusetts seaport—the crumbling town of Innsmouth—leads to a number of shocking and personal revelations……
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Part 3 will follow May 15th at 8PM UK. *This is the second HorrorBabble recording of TSoI* Forming part of Lovecraft’s Cthulhu Mythos, THE SHADOW OVER INNSMOUTH tells the strange story of an unnamed student, whose visit to a decrepit Massachusetts seaport—the crumbling town of Innsmouth—leads to a number of shocking and personal revelations……
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Part 2 will follow May 14th at 8PM UK. *This is the second HorrorBabble recording of TSoI* Forming part of Lovecraft’s Cthulhu Mythos, THE SHADOW OVER INNSMOUTH tells the strange story of an unnamed student, whose visit to a decrepit Massachusetts seaport—the crumbling town of Innsmouth—leads to a number of shocking and personal revelations……
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"The White Sybil" is a short story by Clark Ashton Smith that takes place in the fictional prehistoric setting of Hyperborea. The tale was first published alongside David H. Keller's "Men of Avalon" by Fantasy Publications in 1934. "He knew that he had seen the White Sybil, that mysterious being who was rumored to come and go as if by some preterhu…
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"The Evil Clergyman" is an excerpt from a letter written by American horror fiction writer H. P. Lovecraft in 1933. After his death, it was published in the April 1939 issue of Weird Tales as a short story. The tale centres around an ancient house, in the attic of which a terrible fate met its former occupant.…
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"The Door to Saturn" is a short story by Clark Ashton Smith that takes place in the fictional prehistoric setting of Hyperborea. First published in the January 1932 edition of Strange Tales of Mystery and Terror, the story was described as follows: "Beyond sea and sky the wizard Eibon pursues his outlandish wanderings."…
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"The Strange High House in the Mist" is a short story by H. P. Lovecraft. Written on November 9, 1926, it was first published in the October 1931 issue of Weird Tales. It concerns a character traveling to the titular house which is perched on the top of cliff which seems inaccessible both by land and sea, yet is apparently inhabited.…
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"Through the Alien Angle" is a Cthulhu Mythos story by Elwin G. Powers. Little is known about the author, nor the publication history of the story, though ISFDB suggests it was written in 1941. The brief yarn tells of a man and his quest for a book that will assist him with a class paper.由HorrorBabble
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Subsequent episodes will air daily at 8PM (GMT) through to January 6th. "The Man Who Saw the Light Over Winter Hill" is HorrorBabble's sixth Twelve Days of Christmas Special. A troubled young man, in physical decline, tells of his strange and terrible ordeal following the sighting of an unusual phenomenon over the haunted plateau of Winter Hill.…
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"Out of the Jar" is a Cthulhu Mythos story by the American author, Charles R. Tanner. First appearing in the February 1941 edition of Stirring Science Stories, the tale was given the following synopsis: “Are you inquisitive too? Do you want to know things? Too many things?”由HorrorBabble
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