Jarrem Lee - Ghost Hunter - A Ghost from the Past, The Death Knell, All Cats are Grey, and The Radinski Automaton
- A Radio Dramatization
- Narrated by: Jerry Robbins, The Colonial Radio Players
- Length: 1 hr and 42 mins
- Radio/TV Program
- Release date: 06-03-13
- Language: English
- Publisher: The Colonial Radio Theatre on Brilliance Audio
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In London, in the 1900’s, the solutions to supernatural occurrences were investigated by a man who was famous for his dealings with the unknown, and the worlds of the dead: Jarrem Lee, Ghost Hunter.
Meet Jarrem Lee, Ghost Hunter (or as he prefers to call it, a psychical detective). With the help of college student Arthur Bennett, he embarks on a series of spine tingling and exciting adventures in the world of the dead.
Episode 17 - A Ghost from the Past: When he was younger, Jarrem Lee once succeeded in summoning a daemon and ever since he’s kept a dark secret. Some ghosts cannot be left in the past.
Episode 18 - The Death Knell: Someone is tolling the church bell in the peaceful village of Loscombe and the whole village is afraid. Reverend Upway thinks it’s a supernatural force and calls in the ghost-hunter.
Episode 19 - All Cats Are Grey: The most curious of cases can affect the plainest of people. What is the strange creature which cries outside the house of unassuming Harold Rayner each night?
Episode 20 - The Radinski Automaton: Professor Radinski’s Automaton is truly a remarkable machine, more skilful, graceful and talented than any man alive. But is there also a dark secret at the heart of the machine?
Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Mike K of Denver on 06-17-13
Jarrem Lee Volume 5 another score for CRT!
If you could sum up Jarrem Lee - Ghost Hunter - A Ghost from the Past, The Death Knell, All Cats are Grey, and The Radinski Automaton in three words, what would they be?
After five volumes both Lee and Bennett can still capture the supernatural ne'er do wells of the outside.
What did you like best about this story?
All Cats are Grey-well done and some tales end more realistically than others.
Have you listened to any of Jerry Robbins and The Colonial Radio Players ’s other performances before? How does this one compare?
Yes I've listened to many and JR & the CRT and Jarrem Lee Volume 5 is on par with all the rest of the series, as well as other CRT productions.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
The ending of All Cats are Grey.
Any additional comments?