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Audio versions of short stories by authors like Edgar Allan Poe, H.P. Lovecraft, H.G, Wells and others.
 
Interesting People Reading Poetry is a short, sound-rich podcast where artists and luminaries read a favorite poem and share what it means to them. Created by Andy & Brendan Stermer.
 
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In this episode, Jennifer Crandall reads “Keeping Things Whole” by Mark Strand. Crandall is a documentary filmmaker and journalist. She is the creator, most recently, of Whitman, Alabama – a must-watch web series in which Alabama residents recite passages from Walt Whitman’s poem, “Song of Myself.” Crandall has described the project as “an expe ...…
 
In this story a man meets an eccentric Doctor who must be in a cool environment at all times and has some bizarre theories about death. Also a warning about an Electromagnetic Pulse that could kill you. About 34 minutesBy Robert Crandall.
 
What if it were possible for humans to be invisible. Could someone track you at all times ? In this story a man is attacked by an invisible creature found to be human. Horror word of the day Eldritch. Is this you ? About 45 minutes.By Robert Crandall.
 
In this story a room drives people crazy and makes them want to do awful things. I am attacked by a horrible grizzly creature, there’s blood everywhere, and the Horror Word of the Day is …Evil. After this you’ll think twice before putting your glasses on.By Robert Crandall.
 
This is a very sad story. A child dies and the Mothers grief is overwhelming. One day she decides to visit the grave of the child and something happens that changes her forever. Horror Word of the day Death. About 15 minutesBy Robert Crandall.
 
In this episode, Robert Alter reads from his translation of the Song of Songs. Alter is a literary critic and translator based at the University of California, Berkeley. In 2018, he published a landmark, one-man translation of the entire Hebrew Bible – the culmination of over two decades of scholarship. The Song of Songs – sometimes referred to ...…
 
In this story a witch places a curse on the person responsible for the death of her niece and the result is morbid. Horror word of the day is Funeral. About 25 minutes.By Robert E Crandall.
 
This is a story about the Bronte family, a strange mirror, and death. About 14 Minutes. www.adventuresinaudio.netBy Robert Crandall.
 
In this story a deadly curse is cast to punish someone. The curse is implemented by using runes , an ancient system of magical symbols. About 1 hour and 5 minutes. http://www.adventuresinaudio.netBy Robert Crandall.
 
In this story a man is hanged but miraculously escapes when the noose fails, but just when he is to be reunited with his wife something happens. About 32 minutes http://adventuresinaudio.netBy Robert Crandall.
 
This is a story of loneliness and despair, and a woman who doesn’t exist and a portrait of her. A man sees a lovely woman who disappears and no-one else had seen her. He sees her again and she disappears again and he can’t get her out of his mind, and finds a portrait of her. The main character goes through many tribulations. Have you ever expe ...…
 
In this episode, Enrique Martínez Celaya reads “Elegy for Ramón Sijé” by Miguel Hernández. Martínez Celaya is a world-renowned painter, sculptor, and the author of On Art & Mindfulness, among other books. He lives and works in Los Angeles. Miguel Hernández (1910-1942) was an early 20th-century Spanish poet. The elegy featured in this episode wa ...…
 
In our feature story a woman suffering from mental illness is confined to a room with yellow wallpaper. She sees other people trapped in the design of the wallpaper. About 45 minutesBy Robert Crandall.
 
A terrible supreme being spreads chaos throughout the land. Destruction and death are everywhere. About 14 minutes.By Robert Crandall.
 
In this episode a man spends the night in a warehouse believed to be inhabited by a live corpse. About 45:30By Robert Crandall.
 
In this episode, composer Libby Larsen reads “Wolf Song in Los Angeles” by Bill Holm. Larsen is one of the most prolific and most performed living American composers. Bill Holm (1943 – 2009) was a poet and essayist who lived in western Minnesota. Throughout the episode, you’ll hear excerpts from Larsen’s musical setting of “Wolf Song in Los Ang ...…
 
This is a story about a bell that brings the dead back to life but kills someone to take the place of the revived. Plus a listener nightmare that is terrifying. About 36 minutes.By Robert Crandall.
 
A couple is shipwrecked and in their efforts to survive they encounter a strange fungus that devours all it comes in contact with. Attempts to destroy the fungus fail, and the fungus grows more deadly. About 42 MinutesBy Robert Crandall.
 
In this story a man has both arms and both legs removed as punishment for crimes he committed and he seeks revenge. What he goes through to implement his revenge is amazing and a salient reminder that anyone can kill you. 36 MinutesBy Robert Crandall.
 
In this story a man ice skates to his best friends wedding in which he is best man and his girlfriend the bridesmaid. But on the way something strange happens and when he arrives at his destination he is greeted with tragedy.By Robert Crandall.
 
In this episode, On Being Project founder and CEO Krista Tippett reads “God speaks to each of us as he makes us” by Rainer Maria Rilke. She shares how the poem gave her courage and resolve during the creation of her public radio show, Speaking of Faith, in 2003. In the years since, Speaking of Faith has grown and evolved into The On Being Proje ...…
 
Have you ever had dreamed that you murdered someone ? We'll talk about it. This is the story of a man with an obsessive disorder who lives in a dark mansion with is female cousin that he falls in love with, and commits a gruesome act upon her corpse. About 35 minutesBy Robert Crandall.
 
In this story two men are travelling when a storm occurs, so they pull into an abandoned house for the night, and some strange things happen including the discovery of some dead bodies. Plus a new feature. "Fill in the blanks." About 17 minutesBy Robert Crandall.
 
In this episode, U.S. Representative Ilhan Omar reads “Conversations about home (at the deportation centre)” by Warsan Shire and reflects on the many meanings of home. On November 6, 2018, Omar became the first Somali American, and one of the first two Muslim women elected to U.S. Congress. She represents Minnesota’s 5th congressional district. ...…
 
Do you ever think about the end times ? In this Story a man is walking through time and comes upon a funeral , but this is no ordinary funeral , it’s the devils funeral , and what happens to the world is scary , and a listener nightmare. Our listener is stalked by a beast where ever she goes. About 30 minutes…
 
In this story a man is preparing for a Christmas vacation in the Alps and borrows a kit bag. But the kit bag was one used by a murderer to stuff the remains of a victim in, and strange things happen. About 44 minutes. Be sure to visit www.adventuresinaudio.netBy Robert Crandall.
 
This is a story about population control. When a baby is born someone must die. Also shout outs and I appeared as a guest on another Podcast.www.sensationalcustomerexperiences.com and www.beertalkradio.net, , www.adventuresinaudio.net About 28 minutesBy Robert Crandall.
 
A science fiction story although written in 1952 it could have been written today and may make you think twice about artificial intelligence and drones, and where current events might lead us. About 45 minutes. Be sure to visit http://www.adventuresinaudio.net for poems.By Robert Crandall.
 
A Space Traveller comes across a planet that has been devastated by some sort of catastrophe. He finds a woman and a child seemingly in despair. He tries to help, but his efforts end in disaster. Plus a sample of the poem Wilderness by Carl Sandburg, and a listener e-mail.By Robert Crandall.
 
In this episode, entomologist Dr. Marla Spivak reads “When Grapes Turn to Wine” by Rumi and discusses how Rumi can teach us to “think like bee.” Dr. Spivak is a MacArthur “genius” Fellow known for her groundbreaking research on bee behavior and biology. “When Grapes Turn to Wine” by Rumi, translated by Robert Bly, appears in the book If Bees Ar ...…
 
A family has been cursed and male members of the family die at the age of 32. Have you been cursed ? Plus a sample of the poem Annabel Lee by Edgar Allan Poe. About 35 minutesBy Robert Crandall.
 
A man takes a voyage from London to New York and is killed in an accident. His wife wants money for her loss, but the cruise line refuses to pay. In the end however they pay in full.By Robert Crandall.
 
An unsettling dream where rain turns to blood. About 13 minutesBy Robert Crandall.
 
This is a story about the battle of Mons during World War One. The British army is out flanked by the Germans and in retreat when a miracle happens. The story thought to be true was only fiction. About 13 and a half minutes.By Robert Crandall.
 
This is a story of romance, infidelity, and a gruesome murder about 38 minutesBy Robert Crandall.
 
A keeper of a light house boards the white ship from the south for a voyage to strange distant places. Some not so welcoming.By Robert Crandall.
 
In this episode, playwright Harrison David Rivers reads “For My Own Protection” by Essex Hemphill and discusses the use of the poem in his recent play, This Bitter Earth. Rivers is the recipient of fellowships from the McKnight and Jerome Foundations and is a core writer at the Playwright’s Center. “For My Own Protection” by Essex Hemphill appe ...…
 
A Strange and curious story about a banker whose only fear was that he might be buried alive, like his grandfather before him. About 36 minutesBy Robert Crandall.
 
In this episode a chilling listener nightmare. Our feature story is about a man who has been dead for four years and comes back to life through a seance. An interesting story with a very disturbing ending.By Robert Crandall.
 
In this story Solomon Kane is traveling on a trail he was advised not to and is savagely attacked by a ghost like creature. It’s a bloody and morbid story, and chilling listener nightmare. About 35 minutesBy Robert Crandall.
 
In this episode, writer Chris Kraus reads “Miserable Life” by Steve Levine and discusses how New York School poetry influenced the development of her distinctive style. Kraus is the author of I Love Dick (now an Amazon Original Series) and, most recently, After Kathy Acker. “Miserable Life” is used by permission from To and For (Coffee House Pr ...…
 
A ghost story that doesn’t take place in an old house or abandoned dwelling. This ghost story takes place in a railroad tunnel . A haunting story that drives a railroad employee to the brink of madness. A story of tragedy and death. About 39 minutesBy Robert Crandall.
 
A couple loses three children in separate accidents and suspect an orphan child and then suspect the orphan has supernatural powers. This will make you stop and think about AI and Technocracy, Robots, human animal hybrids, aliens and human longevity.By Robert Crandall.
 
In this episode, Amy Thielen reads “Death Again” by Jim Harrison and explores the relationship between great food and great literature. Amy Thielen is a chef and two-time James Beard Award-winning writer. She’s the author of The New Midwestern Table (a cookbook) and Give a Girl a Knife (a memoir). She’s also the host of Heartland Table on Food ...…
 
A murderer wants to kill me, Frankenstein to the rescue, cannibals on the loose, and a story of death and reincarnation with revenge.By Robert Crandall.
 
The story of a street that begins as a dirt path and becomes a beautiful street with houses and later becomes ravaged by war. In many ways this story parallels current events. Maybe H.P. Lovecraft was clairvoyant and there's more to come.By Robert Crandall.
 
A door has been sealed shut in this old house for two hundred years with an inscription above the door threatening anyone who breaks in and enters the room. I hope you enjoy The Sealed Room by Bernhard Severin Ingemann About 25 minutesBy Robert Crandall.
 
In this episode, DJ Rekha reads “A Litany for Survival” by Audre Lorde and discusses dancing as an antidote to fear. DJ Rekha is a producer, curator, and educator based in New York City. Her classic debut album, DJ Rekha presents Basement Bhangra, was released in 2007. Her monthly party, Basement Bhangra, ran from 1997 to the summer of 2017 – m ...…
 
In this story a man is looking in his mirror while putting on his tie only to notice that the reflection in the mirror is not him. What happens from here will forever change how you think of mirrors. About 18 minutes.By Robert Crandall.
 
The story on this episode appeared in the magazine Weird Tales in 1926 and is a story of man who worked the night shift for a news wire service when a dense fog covered a town named Xebico, a place he had never heard of, and things get strange and deadly.By Robert Crandall.
 
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