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!
"Late" in the new on-time is seems. Still they do say, better late than after the funeral...or something like that. Anyway, the usual line up today. Mr Standfast continues and of course Chambers' The King in Yellow.
Howyadoin? Here's episode two hundred and three, wowzers I must be about a million years old to have reached that high. Reckon I'll be dead before it reaches three hundred. You'd best make the most of this show!
Today we start another Richard Hanney story, with the sequel to Greenmantle, this one called "Mr Standfast". It's another WWI adventure with our lucky hero. The show also includes the next part of The King in Yellow.
Another day, another dollar, another Cthulhu podcast! In today's show we have the final part of the WWI adventure Greenmantle, and the next part of the King in Yellow, and a wee number from Al Johnson.
Well here we are breaking into the next century of podcast and every thing will be completely familiar. Although.... the music is a bit scratchy, but hell I enjoy it. Also this segment of The King in Yellow is less story and more poem, lots of poems. Bit weird if you ask me, but I suppose this show has always featured weird fiction, right?
Today's episode is a bit of a break from tradition. In this weeks show you'll get to listen to the Redacted Files podcast, as the hosts play through a story telling game of my devising called "Lovecraftian Shorts". The three hosts work together to tell a fun Lovecraftian story full of adventure and madness.
Well, here we are at episode 190, and the show carries on in the usual style. Opening with our WWI adventure, following up with a bit of period music and finishing off with the next part of the Chamber's classic "The King in Yellow".
In todays magnificent episode of the Cthulhu podcast we continue out exciting WWI adventure, pootle past a 1926 musical number you'll maybe recognise, and wend out merry way into the final part of "The Repairer of Reputations", which isn't the final part of the King in Yellow, just the end of the first story in the book.
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