20 responses to “Lovecraftian Audios

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  3. Hi,

    I downloaded some of your Lovecraft audio files and “The Haunter In The Dark” is only half there. It fades out in the middle of the story. Years ago I think I had this on cassette tape and this is only side one. I was looking forward to hearing it again. Kind of a letdown. I hope you can find side two.

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    • Hi there, Larry. I’ve download this twice, and been able to listen to the entire story. It does seem a little weird because it shows as only being about 28 minutes long… but then it continues after that 28 minutes. Keep it plying, and see if it comes back on. Has anyone else had a problem?

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  4. Hi Mike,

    I downloaded it again and opened it in Sony Sound Forge. It is only 28:00 minutes. The recording, as it is here, ends with him running out of the tower and the church. The Haunter in the Dark goes on for quite a bit longer.

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  5. Hi again,

    The entire tape does play in itunes but if I put it on my mp3 player it only plays the first half. It does say 28 minutes in itunes and then plays for nearly an hour. If I view the wave form in any audio editor it shows and plays only the first 28 minutes. Very strange! Must be something Lovecraftian

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  6. What a fantastic–and I use that word purposefully–thing you are doing here. Thanks so much. I am already a fan of radio drama, and your collection enriches my collection so much.
    With deepest regards, Rev. V

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  7. …my younger brother *Loves* Lovecraft too, this will help round out a nice holiday – he lives in rural KS and has (gasp) Modem Internet.

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  8. I love what you have but Ive finished it all off. You need to add more. I CRAVE MORE CTHULHU

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  9. This brings back fond memories for me. I worked the graveyard shift at a university radio station (during the worst winter in New York history, lol), the combination of which would have been mind-numbingly boring, but the audio library there was full of treasure. I was allowed to broadcast several hours of everything from INNER SANCTUM to THE CBS MYSTERY THEATRE. I wish I had had some of these Lovecraftian treats back then, I would have really creeped out some of the snowbound midnight listeners 🙂

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  10. Just a quick open question.

    why are so few of the mythos anthologies every released as audiobooks? Its a real shame. I have all the ones I can find. The two editions of ;The book of cthulhu’ were really great on audio but there are only a handful of others. I see more and more story collections being released and when I look for an audio version im almost always disappointed.

    Id like to ask any of the editors who may read this to please think about producing audio versions of your titles

    what do the rest of you think about this?

    thanks

    glenn

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  11. Thank you for bringing Lovecraft to the masses for free..i applaud you and the immeasurable gifts of literature that the world can enjoy because of your actions..again thank you

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    • Niklas. Thanks so much for alerting me to this. I’m just getting around to replying, but I did fix it a while ago. It seems that sendspace was having problems, and I store most of the audios there.

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  12. God damn your site is great. You need to advertise more though, I have spent the last six months obsessed with cosmic horror and only discovered it today! Also I don’t know if you accept suggestions, but the podcasts Archive 81 and The Magnus Archives have very lovecraftian themes – Archive 81 especially (The Magnus Archives span across the horror genre, although the mytharc episodes are definitely lovecraftian).

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