A spine-tingling collection of weird and wonderful horror stories, featuring ghosts, curses, strange phenomena, ghouls, black magic, and demonic apparitions. Do you dare to listen?
"Nyarlathotep", by H. P. Lovecraft
"The Ship that saw a Ghost", by Frank Norris
"Lost in a Pyramid", by Louisa May Alcott
"The Girl Who Was Tired of Love", by Leonard Merrick
"The Brothers", by Stacy Aumonier
"The Devil’s Spectacles", by Wilkie Collins
"Glad Ghosts", by D. H. Lawrence
"The Mummy’s Foot", by Théophile Gautier
"The Ring of Thoth", by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
"The Famous Race Between the Hearse and the Steamroller", by Sidney Keyes
"Lot No. 249", by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
"The Pit and the Pendulum", by Edgar Allan Poe
"The Money’s Paw", by W. W. Jacobs
"My Favorite Murder", by Ambrose Bierce
"The Fall of the House of Usher", by Edgar Allan Poe
"Imprisoned with the Pharaohs", by Harry Houdini and H. P. Lovecraft
"The Story of Baelbrow", by E. & H. Heron
"The Idiot", by Arnold Bennett
"Miss Bracegirdle Does Her Duty" by Stacy Aumonier
"The Premature Burial", by Edgar Allan Poe
"Sredni Vashtar", by Saki
"The Masque of the Red Death", by Edgar Allan Poe
"The Lifted Veil", by George Eliot
"The Telltale Heart", by Edgar Allan Poe
"The Withered Arm", by Thomas Hardy
"Smith and the Pharaohs", by H. Rider Haggard
"A Professor of Egyptology", by Guy Boothby
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Mostly the narration, but the stories are pretty unhorrific as well.
Absolutely not. Her performance doesn't make these dated tales to life.
Ugh, more great material ruined by Cathy Dobson
A better narrator without the strange cadence and random inflections!
Other great classic material ruined by Dobson's weird narration.
Everything. She has a British accent, which would usually bode well for this type of material, but in her case it's just awful.
The scene where Cathy Dobson enters the narrators booth.