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The stories were great. the Colonial Theater turns rainy boring days into an adventure with their performances.
Would you listen to Jarrem Lee - Ghost Hunter - The Suicides at Sevens Hall, The Fear of Knowing, The Call of the Dead and The Sacrifice again? Why?
I would listen to Jarrem Lee Volume Six again because the stories capture a sub genre hardly seen in horror audio. The occult detective. That's the magic of Jarrem Lee. Relistenability. If that's even a word. Plus a listener is treated to occult stories set in a time which never has gone out of style. Victorian England.
What was one of the most memorable moments of Jarrem Lee - Ghost Hunter - The Suicides at Sevens Hall, The Fear of Knowing, The Call of the Dead and The Sacrifice?
The fear of knowing episode was dark. More dark than I've heard previously on this series. And as a result, the episode never leaves you after you've listened to it. Suicides was a great adaptation of a Flaxman Low story. And I've read them all. Call of the dead and sacrifice were both parts of the same story and a solid one.
What about Jerry Robbins and The Colonial Radio Players ’s performance did you like?
I like Jerry Robbins and CRT because they pay attention to detail. Listeners are listening. Lee and Bennett are established characters. Actors and writers don't experiment. I don't think Mr. Robbins nor CRT would do so with Sherlock Holmes either.
Was this a book you wanted to listen to all in one sitting?
No I didn't want to listen to volume six all in one sitting. I knew this was the last of the series and I wanted to stretch it out. Make it last. And I enjoyed examining each episode as a result.
Any additional comments?
Well done to Jerry Robbins and the CRT team of players! I'll miss Jarrem Lee, but I'll keep an eye out for other excellent work from the Colonial Radio Theater!
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