FROM THE GREAT LIBRARY OF DREAMS PODCAST

FROM THE GREAT LIBRARY OF DREAMS PODCAST

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Welcome to the the Great Library of Dreams Podcast, where we present readings of classic tales of the weird and the wonderful! Here you will find stories of the magical, the mysterious, the marvelous, and the macabre!


011 - Far Below by Robert Barbour Johnson
May 28 • 58 min
What secrets lurk in the subway system? What horrors dwell deep in the bowels of the earth beneath our cities? Far Below by Robert Barbour Johnson has the answers! A tale of subterranean terror which was voted by readers to be the best story ever to be…
010 - He by Guy de Maupassant
May 19 • 29 min
A tale of terror from one of literature’s greatest writers. Guy de maupassant wrote many novels and hundreds of short stories, and is recognised as a giant of French literature. However he also penned a series of haunting tales about the strange and the…
009 - The Brass Murders
May 6 • 23 min
This week Mr Jim Moon delves into local history and folklore to unearth a true tale of crime, madness and the Devil - the strange case of the Brass Murders! DIRECT DOWNLOAD —- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hypnogoria/message
008 - Teacups by Thom Burgess
Apr 25 • 17 min
In this show we have a tale from a modern master, Mr Thom Burgess, who has created a string of highly acclaimed ghostly graphic novels. His latest opus, a collection of short tales entitled Nyctophobias which delivers twenty very good reasons to be scared…
007 - From Beyond by HP Lovecraft
Apr 8 • 34 min
HP Lovecraft is regarded of the one of the masters of the 20th century horror story, but a good many of his tales also contain a great deal of science fiction. And this early short tale is a prime example of how Lovecraft fused science and terror… DIRECT…
006 - Dreamland by Edgar Allan Poe
Apr 8 • 15 min
Mr Edgar Allan Poe surely needs no introduction, but as well as writing a legion of classic horror tales, his poetry often went to dark and strange places too… DIRECT DOWNLOAD —- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/hypnogoria/message
005 - The Open Window by Saki
Apr 8 • 16 min
Mr HH Munro forged as successful career as a writer under his pen name Saki, and is now hailed as one of the masters of the short story. Many of his tales contain a dark humour, and a good few ventured into the realm of the weird and the macabre. Here is…
004 - Seaton’s Aunt by Walter de la Mare
Apr 8 • 107 min
While Walter de la Mare is usually best remembered as a highly respectable poet, he also wrote a good deal of fiction, and in particular, several highly individual tales of the macabre. . One such story is Seaton’s Aunt, which in a visit to a friend’s…
003 - Rats by MR James
Apr 8 • 26 min
When we talk of ghost stories, there is one man who is reckoned to the master of all - the great Mr James. And tonight we present one of his finest little creepy stories, a cautionary tale about prying into rooms that stay locked for good reason… DIRECT…
002 - The Red Room by HG Wells
Apr 8 • 34 min
While the great HG Wells is best known for his pioneering science fiction, he also wrote come cracking tales of terror too. Indeed this story The Red Room is reckoned by many to be one of the most terrifying ghost stories ever written… DIRECT DOWNLOAD —-…
001 - An Introduction
Apr 8 • 8 min
Welcome to the the Great Library of Dreams Podcast, where we present readings of classic tales of the weird and the wonderful! Here you will find stories of the magical, the mysterious, the marvelous, and the macabre! DIRECT DOWNLOAD —- Send in a voice…