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Horror Story Collection 003

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(4,336 Sterne; 107 Bewertungen)

An occasional collection of 10 horror stories by various readers. We aim to unsettle you a little, to cut through the pink cushion of illusion that shields you from the horrible realities of life. Here are the walking dead, the fetid pools of slime, the howls in the night that you thought you had confined to your more unpleasant dreams.

(3 hr 17 min)

Chapters

Caterpillars

21:18

Read by Andy Minter (1934-2017)

The Cats of Ulthar

8:55

Read by Sarah Jennings

The Crawling Chaos

28:28

Read by D.E. Wittkower

The Nameless City

37:02

Read by Mark Nelson

The Raven

7:52

Read by Pete Williams, Pittsburgh, PA

The Skulls in the Stars

22:04

Read by Zoe Earley

The Spook House

8:44

Read by Paul Siegel

The Statement of Randolph Carter

13:55

Read by Scott Bush

The Strange Orchid

20:56

Read by Glen Hallstrom

The Tomb

31:42

Read by D.E. Wittkower

Bewertungen

fun on winter night

(5 Sterne)

great for snug listening

well written

(4,5 Sterne)

Nice, quick little tales that are well read and delightful. I enjoyed this little book a lot!

not too creepy but good bed time stories narrators very good! xx

(5 Sterne)

Creepy!

(5 Sterne)

There are some really creepy stories in this lot and the last one 'the tomb' is read in a great voice. Even though I have heard it before this version is brilliant! Listen to them at night and they may creep you out. I like the Raven but when you have heard it (even though it was in the Simpson!) read by James Earl Jones nothing can compare but a good effort! Thank you all involved!

Several Classics

(4 Sterne)

A few excellent readings of classics by Poe, Lovecraft, and Wells. Several of the recordings are by amateurs, some are good, while others are ok. Has The Tomb, one of my favs.

awesome

(4,5 Sterne)

One of my favorite Lovcraft story is well read I like the readers realistic style and feel for the story!

The Raven

(4 Sterne)

horribly read by a theatrical woman who couldn't read her way out of a Shakespearean paper bag.

Classics

(5 Sterne)

Brilliant stories by some of the greats.