In a time of strife and contention, a figure rises up to draw the masses together. The question is, what are his intentions? This extremely short tale gives us a glimpse into the manifestation of one of Lovecraft’s more notorious creations from his dream world. Tune in Wednesdays at 8pm for the radio broadcast of Wednesday’s Weird Stories and catch
Wednesday’s Weird Stories returns after it’s brief hiatus with one of my favorite Lovecraft tales. The Music of Erich Zann weaves a harmony of supernatural horror and mystery in true Lovecraft fashion. One of the things I really enjoy about H.P.’s short stories is that you don’t really need to ever meet the “monster” to have the fear of it.
I’ll be dipping into the Cthulhu mythos this week as I share a tale of a stranded sailor and the terror of what he finds upon reaching land. Dagon is a fairly widely used character in the mythos, and I feel like it represents a blending point in the stories between what Lovecraft’s original settlers of earth worshiped and what
This is the first live reading that I have done for Wednesday’s Weird Stories and I kept the intro and outro mostly intact as well to give a little history on the tale and make it more entertaining (maybe?). This is a tale of wanderlust and longing for the mysteries of the sea. It begs the question for us; what
In the town of Ulthar, it is said that no man may kill a cat. This is one of Lovecraft’s shorter stories about a mythical town in the dream realm. Listen in as I share the tale of how this law came to pass. http://media.blubrry.com/angelsandgodsradio/p/rockdsoulradio.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/04/ulthar-2_01.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | Download (10.6MB)Subscribe: Apple Podcasts | Android | Google Play |