This show is inspired by the writings of H.P. Lovecraft and his Cthulhu Mythos. You will hear readings of his works, and horror or ghost stories by other authors. The Lovecraft "period" is primarily the 1920's and you will also hear history and music from that period.
The aim is to provide anything appropriate to that time frame. However anything "Lovecraft" like or spooky is likely to appear on this show. You are invited to contribute your stories!
Well here is episode one hundred and forty featuring Stanley still crossing the African continent and thinking about starting a war! A track from 1929 and of course, the next part of the House on the Borderland!
Howdy folks, well here is episode one hundred and thirty nine featuring Stanley still crossing the African continent, a track from 1927 and of course, the next two parts of the House on the Borderland!
In this episode it's the usual story with the next part of the search for Livingstone. Then a single from 1921, and then onto the next part of House on the Borderland, where something is afoot...or is that ahoof?
In this week's show I narrate the very short next section of Stanley's hunt for Livingstone, then a musical number from 1920 and then the next two parts of "The House on the Borderland", where things start getting even creepier.
Why two parts, you ask? Well, one seemed too short.
In this weeks episode with have three segments for your delight! The next part of the true live adventure of Stanley searching for Livingstone, another Ruth Etting musical number and the next part of "The House on the Borderland".
Well, here we are again, after a bout of the sickiness, hopefully back on track. In this weeks show we continue with Livingstone's trek, and a complete short story that was first published in an April 1930 edition of "Astounding Stories of Super Science".
In this weeks episode we have the second and final part of the Lovecraft's "The Horror at Red Hook". Of course also included for extra flavour are a piece of band music from 1921 and the next part of "How I Found Livingstone".
Announcing my latest release, the "Lovecraftian Shorts story telling game". It's a game for three people and gives them a framework for telling a collaborative story where the protagonists can only defeat the evil foe by sacrifice of their minds and/or bodies.
In today's episode we feature the second part of John Luck's story "The Second Coming". Then a song from 1931 and opening with the next part of Stanley's journey across Africa in search of Dr. Livingstone.
This weeks show include a 1928 blues number, part two of the expedition to find Livingstone and part one of a rip-snorter of a story...(what the heck is a rip-snorter?) called "The Second Coming" by John Luck
It's the end of something and the start of something else, and I don't mean the New Year!
In this episode we hear the last part of the "The Damned" and the start of a new true life adventure, "How I Found Livingstone". The adventure is a little early to be considered in the Lovecraftian era, but it does have its' moments, and the spirit of it is much the same.