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Join podcaster, Diane Woodrow, in conversation with the renowned Paranormal Investigator, Peter Van Melsen, as the pair discuss a strange case the latter was involved with, known as the Hammerton Horror. Over 6 episodes, you’ll hear the recording of Woodrow’s podcast in the quiet setting of Rosedale Chapel, interspersed with dramatic cutaways, desi…
 
Join podcaster, Diane Woodrow, in conversation with the renowned Paranormal Investigator, Peter Van Melsen, as the pair discuss a strange case the latter was involved with, known as the Hammerton Horror. Over 6 episodes, you’ll hear the recording of Woodrow’s podcast in the quiet setting of Rosedale Chapel, interspersed with dramatic cutaways, desi…
 
"House of the Griffin" is a short story by Will Garth, the 'house pseudonym’, used by numerous Strange Stories authors, including August Derleth, Edmond Hamilton, and Henry Kuttner, to name but a few. The story first appeared in Strange Stories in its October 1939 edition. “Forces of Terror Strike from, the Void to Be Stayed Only by Stronger Forces…
 
"The Hunters from Beyond" is a short story by Clark Ashton Smith. Highly reminiscent of Lovecraft’s Pickman’s Model, the tale first appeared in the October 1932 edition of STRANGE TALES OF MYSTERY AND TERROR. “Living gargoyles, most hideous, come to the sculptor Sincaul from outland realms of evil.”By HorrorBabble
 
"The Night They Crashed the Party" is a short story by American author, Robert Bloch, first published by Weird Tales Magazine in 1951. The story tells of a party, in which the guests, expecting to watch a televised wrestling match, are subjected to an unsettling and impromptu live broadcast.By HorrorBabble
 
"The Treader in the Dust" is a short story by American author Clark Ashton Smith. The story introduces Quachil Uttaus and the Testament of Carnamagos to the Cthulhu Mythos, in relation to the tale of an unnamed character who obtains the forbidden tome from a sinister book-seller.By HorrorBabble
 
"Doctor Satan" is a short story by the American author, Paul Ernst. First appearing in Weird Tales in August 1935, the enigmatic Doctor Satan was described as ‘the world's weirdest criminal—an immensely wealthy man, who has turned to crime to satisfy his longing for thrills.’ There are 8 stories in the Doctor Satan series, with the titular characte…
 
"A Ghost Story" is a short story by the American writer Mark Twain. The tale is based upon the Cardiff Giant, one of the most famous hoaxes in United States history. It was a 10-foot-tall purported "petrified man" uncovered in 1869, by workers digging a well behind the barn of William C. "Stub" Newell in Cardiff, New York.…
 
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