The Weird Circle: Toll the Bell

  • by Edgar Allan Poe, Herman Melville, Emily Bronte
  • Narrated by William Johnstone, Frank Lovejoy, Mercedes McCambridge
  • 8 hrs and 39 mins
  • Radio/TV Program

Publisher's Summary

"Out of the past, phantoms of a world gone by speak again the immortal tale...." Follow the sound of crashing waves, howling winds, and tolling bells to tales of treason and vengeance, beasts and plague, haunted houses and curses, mystery and murder. These vintage chillers, written by Edgar Allan Poe, Herman Melville, Charles Dickens, Emily Bronte, Alexandre Dumas, and Guy de Maupassant, are brought to life by William Johnstone, Frank Lovejoy, Mercedes McCambridge, Eleanor Audley, Lon Clark, and more.
Episodes include: "Fall of the House of Usher" (Program 1), 1943; "What Was It?" (Program 7), 1943; "The Man without a Country" (Program 13), 1943; "Dr. Manette's Manuscript" (Program 14), 1943; "The Hand" (Program 17), 1943; "The 4:15 Express" (Program 21), 1943; "The Heart of Ethan Brand" (Program 25), 1944; "Wuthering Heights" (Program 31), 1944; "The Werewolf" (Program 37), 1944; "The Bell Tower" (Program 43), 1944; "The Mark of the Plague" (Program 45), 1944; "Mad Monkton" (Program 49), 1944; "The Warning" (Program 55), 1944; "The Duel Without Honor" (Program 59), 1944; "The River Man" (Program 62), 1944; "The Ancient Mariner" (Program 63), 1944; "The Goblet" (Program 70), 1944; "Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde" (Program 74), 1944; "The Red Hand" (Program 75), 1944; "The Black Parchment" (Program 78), 1945.

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Radio classics!

Starting with a chilling Poe classic, this collection of "The Weird Circle" contains 20 vintage radio shows. Spanning the war years of 1943 to 1945, these episodes hold up rather well. The production values are top notch, and the voice acting superb. The writing is based on classics from Poe, Melville, Dickens and others...obviously no complaints there. In fact, this version of Nathaniel Hawthorne's "The Heart of Ethan Brand" has quickly become one of my favorite radio shows of all time. With a decent price point (which works out to $0.95 per tale) one cannot go wrong. Highly recommended to any fan of suspense and horror radio.
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Book Details

  • Release Date: 11-30-2015
  • Publisher: Radio Spirits