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Supernatural Horror in Literature

By Charly Crawmer

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"Supernatural Horror in Literature" is an essay written by H.P. Lovecraft and first published in 1927. This podcast will present readings of works referenced in the essay, including the works of Arthur Machen, Algernon Blackwood, Lord Dunsany, and M.R. James, among others.

Customer Reviews

Great Classic Horror Podcast!

It's really amazing to find a free podcast with is covering this content. All the stories in the Supernatural Horror in literature anthology are classic creepy tales. I'm so happy to have found this podcast so I can listen to these stories.

Enjoying the podcast thusfar...

I've always wanted to read The Great God Pan, but have always been too lazy. Now this nice fellow is doing it for me. Cthanx. Looking forward to many more stories in the same supernatural vein.

Great work

I like that you have chosen works that inspired Lovecraft, and the somber tone of voice you have chosen for the great god Pan works quite well.

I have noticed that sometimes you trip in pronouncing some words, though. Would a teleprompter or enlarging the text help with narrating the books? PowerPoint is pretty good, and I think Microsoft word is helpful as well.

Keep up the great work.

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