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"The City of Lost Souls" by Genevieve Larsson first appeared in Weird Tales in October 1928. This is how the magazine described the tale: "Weirdly terrible was the punishment of the twelve who avenged a brutal murder in a spectacular way."โดย HorrorBabble
 
"The Stroll" is a short story by Ian Gordon. A man finds himself alone in a strange structure, traversing empty rooms and corridors with seemingly no purpose to speak of. Narrated by Ian Gordon Music and production by Ian Gordonโดย HorrorBabble
 
"The Seed from the Sepulchre" is a short story by Clark Ashton Smith. The tale, which first appeared in Weird Tales in October 1933, was described by the magazine as follows: “A horror tale of the Venezuelan jungle, and a diabolical plant that lived on human life.”โดย HorrorBabble
 
"The Spirits' Mountain" is a story by Spanish author, Gustavo Adolfo Bécquer, included as part of his collection, "Romantic Legends of Spain." In the tale, a young man is tasked with the retrieval of a scarf from a haunted mountain.โดย HorrorBabble
 
"Henry's Hoard" is a weird short by British writer, Gary Gordon. The story revolves around the strange experience of an elderly treasure hunter by the name of Henry. Narrated by Ian Gordon Music and production by Ian & Jennifer Gordonโดย HorrorBabble
 
"The Transgressor" is a short story by Henry Kuttner. The tale, which first appeared in Weird Tales Magazine in its February 1939 edition, tells of an individual whose curious invention proves to be terribly successful.โดย HorrorBabble
 
"The House of Living Music" is a short story by the regular Weird Tales author, Edmond Hamilton. The story, which first appeared in Weird Tales in January 1938, was described as follows: “A strange weird-scientific story with a tragic denouement—about a great composer who could re-create all living things in sound.”…
 
A recording of Ian's Creepypasta, "The Pit". From Ian: The story is loosely based on the Pretoria Pit disaster, which occurred in my hometown of Westhoughton in 1910. My grandfather did in fact work in the mines, and related many disturbing tales back in the day. This story explores aspects of some of those tales. Narrated by Ian Gordon Music and p…
 
"The Pale Man" is a short story by American writer, Julius Long. The story tells of the eccentric behavior of a strange guest in a country hotel. It first appeared in Weird Tales in September 1934.โดย HorrorBabble
 
"The House of the Worm" is a Cthulhu Mythos story by the American author, Mearle Prout. It first appeared in Weird Tales Magazine in October 1933. The story tells of two men, and their struggle against an otherworldly blight that originated in a bleak forest.โดย HorrorBabble
 
"Uncle Seth's Ashes" is a horror short story by British writer, M. D. Vickers. It tells the story of a terrible old man, who caused as much trouble in death, as he did in life. Narrated by Ian Gordon Music and production by Ian Gordonโดย HorrorBabble
 
"I, the Vampire" is a horror short story by American author, Henry Kuttner. The story first appeared in Weird Tales Magazine in February of 1937. It tells of a vampire loose in Hollywood, feasting on the stars of the silver screen. But is there more to this vampire than simple bloodlust?โดย HorrorBabble
 
"The Hounds of Tindalos" is a short story by Frank Belknap Long. It first appeared in Weird Tales (Volume 13, Issue 3) in 1929, and was later published in the collection, The Hounds of Tindalos, in 1946. The story tells of Halpin Chalmers, an author and journalist, who, following the consumption of the Chinese drug Liao, encounters extra dimensiona…
 
"Smee" by British author, A. M. Burrage, is a classic ghost story, in which a group of youngsters decide to play a game of hide and seek in an old, haunted house. It was first published in Nash’s Pall Mall Magazine, in December 1929.โดย HorrorBabble
 
"The House of Shadows" is a short story by Mary Elizabeth Counselman. First published in Weird Tales Magazine in April 1933, the story tells of a family whose images would not reflect in the mirror.โดย HorrorBabble
 
"The Stonegate Horror" is a Cthulhu Mythos short story by Ian Gordon. Tasked with the retrieval of a rare and powerful object, the Paranormal Investigator, Peter Van Melsen, descends into the hidden catacombs of York... But what else might be waiting for him down there? Narrated by Ian Gordon Music and production by Ian & Jennifer Gordon…
 
"A Terribly Strange Bed" is a short story by Wilkie Collins, first published in 1852 in Household Words, a magazine edited by Charles Dickens. It was written near the beginning of his writing career, his first published book having appeared in 1848. Collins met Dickens in 1851, and this story was the first contribution by Collins to Dickens's magaz…
 
"The Red God Laughed" by American author Thorp McClusky, first appeared in Weird Tales Magazine in April 1939. The story tells of the extinction of the human race, and of he who came to survey the Earth following our demise.โดย HorrorBabble
 
“When the Flame-Flowers Blossomed” by Leslie F. Stone, first sought sunlight in the November 1935 edition of Weird Tales Magazine. The tale was described as follows: “A bizarre fantasy about strange life found on Venus by two explorers from Earth.”โดย HorrorBabble
 
"The Pit Golems" is an original, Carnacki, the Ghost-Finder story, written by Ian Gordon, based on characters and themes created by British author, William Hope Hodgson. Synopsis: Carnacki is called to investigate a series of bizarre sightings revolving around a small, isolated village in the hills of West Yorkshire. Queer-looking strangers have be…
 
“Till A’ the Seas” is a post-apocalyptic short story by H. P. Lovecraft and R. H. Barlow. The story, which describes a dying world, was first published in The Californian in 1935.โดย HorrorBabble
 
"Evening Primrose" is a short story by British-born author, John Collier. It tells of a poet who seeks solace and privacy in the forgotten corners of a department store. To his horror, he discovers that he is not alone.โดย HorrorBabble
 
"The Space-Eaters" is a short story by American writer, Frank Belknap Long. It first appeared in the July 1928 edition of Weird Tales. The story explores the concept of the 'ultimate horror', as viewed from the perspective of a short story writer, and his closest friend.โดย HorrorBabble
 
"VANITY LTD." tells of Mark Burmann, a man with an unusual fetish. Unfortunately for him, the 'fetish' is malfunctioning. Written & Narrated by Ian Gordon Feat. Jennifer Gill as TRU REFLECTION Music and production by Ian Gordonโดย HorrorBabble
 
"The Three Marked Pennies" is a classic horror story by Mary Elizabeth Counselman, first published in Weird Tales in August 1934. The magazine provided the following synopsis: “A strange destiny awaited the holders of the pennies, with doom for one and weal for the others.”โดย HorrorBabble
 
"The Whisperer in Darkness" is a novella by American writer H. P. Lovecraft. Written February–September 1930, it was first published in Weird Tales, August 1931. The story introduces the Mi-go, an extraterrestrial race of fungoid creatures.โดย HorrorBabble
 
"HorrorBabble's THE DUNWICH HORROR" will transport you to a quiet tavern in the dark hills of rural Massachusetts, within the shadowy confines of which a talkative landlord (with a little help from his friends) will recite the whole sordid business of what went on in that most decadent of townships back in 1928. Adaptation, music and production by …
 
"The Whisperer in Darkness" is a novella by American writer H. P. Lovecraft. Written February–September 1930, it was first published in Weird Tales, August 1931. The story introduces the Mi-go, an extraterrestrial race of fungoid creatures.โดย HorrorBabble
 
"The Whisperer in Darkness" is a novella by American writer H. P. Lovecraft. Written February–September 1930, it was first published in Weird Tales, August 1931. The story introduces the Mi-go, an extraterrestrial race of fungoid creatures.โดย HorrorBabble
 
"The Whisperer in Darkness" is a novella by American writer H. P. Lovecraft. Written February–September 1930, it was first published in Weird Tales, August 1931. The story introduces the Mi-go, an extraterrestrial race of fungoid creatures.โดย HorrorBabble
 
"The Whisperer in Darkness" is a novella by American writer H. P. Lovecraft. Written February–September 1930, it was first published in Weird Tales, August 1931. The story introduces the Mi-go, an extraterrestrial race of fungoid creatures.โดย HorrorBabble
 
"The Ninth Skeleton" is an early work by the American author, Clark Ashton Smith. In the story, which debuted in Weird Tales in September 1928, a man has a bizarre encounter with a procession of skeletons in an otherwise familiar setting.โดย HorrorBabble
 
"The Fire Vampires" is a short story by American writer Donald Wandrei. It first appeared in Weird Tales in February 1933, and was described by the magazine: "Out of the sky struck a dread electric scourge that burned the life out of countless thousands and left charred skeletons to mark its passing."…
 
"Rigby's Sandwich" is a weird short story by British writer, Gary Gordon. The story deals with the consequences of wastefulness. Narrated by Ian Gordon Music and production by Ian Gordon & Jennifer Gillโดย HorrorBabble
 
"Creeping Fingers" is a short story by American author, Loretta Burrough. It was Burrough's first published story, appearing in Christine Campbell Thomson’s 1931 collection, AT DEAD OF NIGHT. The tale tells of a weary guest, left with no choice but to spend the night in a hotel room with a questionable reputation.…
 
"The Picture in the House" is a short story written by H. P. Lovecraft. It was written on December 12, 1920, and first published in the July issue of The National Amateur, 1921. In the tale, a genealogist seeks shelter from an approaching storm in an apparently abandoned house.โดย HorrorBabble
 
"The Corpse Light" is a short story by British writer Dick Donovan (aka J. E. Preston Muddock). It's the tale of a sceptical physician, and a windmill known as 'The Haunted Mill'.โดย HorrorBabble
 
"The Mark on the Wall" is a short story by British author, Virginia Woolf, in which a trivial observation triggers a tidal wave of introspection, and self-reflection. The story first appeared in 1917 as part of the collection, Two Stories.โดย HorrorBabble
 
"A Strange Incident at the Barber's" is a short story by British author, M. D. Vickers. In the tale, a man in need of a haircut learns that is is NOT okay to insult his host. Narrated by Ian Gordon Music and production by Ian Gordonโดย HorrorBabble
 
"The Transfer" is a short story by Algernon Blackwood. The tale, which was first published in the magazine, Country Life, in 1911, tells of a child’s fascination with a barren patch of land in a big garden known as the Forbidden Corner.โดย HorrorBabble
 
"Afterward" is a short story by Edith Wharton. It was first published in the 1910 edition of The Century Magazine and in her books, The Collected Short Stories of Edith Wharton and Tales of Men and Ghosts, 1910. It is an ironic ghost story about greed and retribution. The ghost comes for one of the main characters long after a business transgressio…
 
"Letters from the Village" tells the story of Martin Menkin, a man who receives a series of timeworn letters detailing the preparations being made for his arrival at a mysterious village. Narrated by Ian Gordon Music and production by Ian Gordonโดย HorrorBabble
 
"The Lady in Gray" is a short story by the American author, Donald Wandrei. The tale first appeared in Weird Tales in its December 1933 edition, and was described by the magazine as follows: “The story of a strange woman and a loathsome gray slug that came to a sleeper in his dreams..."โดย HorrorBabble
 
"Rats" is a short story by the British author, F. A. M. Webster. First published under a pseudonym in the 1931 anthology, At Dead of Night, the tale tells the story of Mike Halliday, a man determined to make the most of a problematic holiday in dreary England.โดย HorrorBabble
 
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