Jarrem Lee: Ghost Hunter
- The Whitechapel Vampire, The Tragic Revenge of Charles Maynard, The Waxing of the Moon, The Last Stand
- Narrated by: Jerry Robbins, The Colonial Radio Players
- Length: 1 hr and 42 mins
- Radio/TV Program
- Release date: 08-27-12
- Language: English
- Publisher: The Colonial Radio Theatre on Brilliance Audio
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Episode 09: "The Whitechapel Vampire" - A Vampire terrorizes London.
Episode 10: "The Tragic Revenge of Charles Maynard" - Can the human soul be captured?
Episode 11: "The Waxing of the Moon" - Is the client Lee is attempting to help actually a Vampire?
Episode 12: "The Last Stand" - Jarrem Lee takes on Dr. Ravenscroft to prevent him from bringing a demon back to life.
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By Mike K of Denver on 07-08-13
A vampire of a different color?
What made the experience of listening to Jarrem Lee: Ghost Hunter the most enjoyable?
The Jarrem Lee stories are pure ear candy. My favorite tale in this volume is the Waxing of the moon, due to the nebulous nature of the creature.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Jarrem Lee: Ghost Hunter?
I realized the best part of Jarrem Lee overall is the character's flexibility. And story flexibility, pulling new ideas from old themes.
Have you listened to any of Jerry Robbins and The Colonial Radio Players ’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
Volume 3 is a solid entry into the Jarrem Lee series and it holds its own. Gareth Tilly's writing and Jerry Robbins and the CRT are top notch in whatever they do.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
I appreciated the Waxing of the Moon is similar to Doyle's the Red Headed League, in overall scope to the Jarrem Lee character.
Any additional comments?
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By Joseph A. Ardine on 01-20-17
The best volume yet!
Each episode of Jarrem Lee is extremely well done, far exceeding any expectations I had. But with this volume, the show kicks into high gear. The ongoing plot points linking the individual stories together is quite interesting, especially the introduction to Lee's nemesis and his cult of followers. Add in vampires and demons, and you have a winner. I have an extensive collection of radio shows, old and new (Inner Sanctum, Lights Out, Frozen Frights, Beyond the Pale, etc.) and I am confident saying Jarrem Lee is one of the best ever produced. I only wish The Colonial Radio Players had made more than the six volumes that they did. Maybe with enough positive feedback they'll consider making more!
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