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  1. The Bellefaire: Chapter 1, The Way Home

    Yuki is thirteen and has just moved to San Francisco, where the discovery of a family house known as "The Curse Castle" makes for a very supernatural homecoming. Local gossip, family secrets, as well as an unhealthy dose of mortal peril await Yuki. Join her while she discovers that the "everyday" in San Francisco is anything but ordinary. (http://www.bellefairepodcast.com/)

    —Huffduffed by JulieD

  2. The Bellefaire: Prologue, Too Bad for Tina

    A novel of Victorian horror in modern day San Francisco. Yuki is thirteen and has just moved to San Francisco, where the discovery of a family house known as "The Curse Castle" makes for a very supernatural homecoming. Local gossip, family secrets, as well as an unhealthy dose of mortal peril await Yuki. Join her while she discovers that the "everyday" in San Francisco is anything but ordinary.

    —Huffduffed by JulieD

  3. PodCastle 125: The Whistling Room

    Featuring Carnacki, the Ghost Finder

    by William Hope Hodgson

    Read by Paul S. Jenkins

    “‘The whistling started about ten o’clock, on the second night, as Ibsaid. Tom and I were in the library, when we heard an awfully queer whistling, coming along the East Corridor–The room is in the East Wing, you know.

    “‘That’s that blessed ghost!’ I said to Tom, and we collared the lamps off the table, and went up to have a look. I tell you, even as we dug along the corridor, it took me a bit in the throat, it was so beastly queer. It was a sort of tune, in a way; but more as if a devil or some rotten thing were laughing at you, and going to get ’round at your back. That’s how it makes you feel.

    “‘When we got to the door, we didn’t wait; but rushed it open; and then I tell you the sound of the thing fairly hit me in the face. Tom said he got it the same way–sort of felt stunned and bewildered. We looked all ’round, and soon got so nervous, we just cleared out, and I locked the door.

    Rated PG: For Things That Whistle in the Night (http://podcastle.org/2010/10/05/podcastle-125-the-whistling-room/)

    Featured as a podcast highlight in Episode 137 of Forgotten Classics (http://hcforgottenclassics.blogspot.com)

    —Huffduffed by JulieD

  4. The Flicks That Church Forgot: Episode 37: Christians and Halloween Part 3 (Addressing Common Objections to Halloween)

    We conclude our exploration into Halloween and Christianity, by offering responses to the common objections to Halloween. (http://theflicksthatchurchforgot.podomatic.com/entry/2010-10-01T14_50_36-07_00)

    Podcast highlight in Episode 137 of Forgotten Classics (http://hcforgottenclassics.blogspot.com)

    —Huffduffed by JulieD

  5. The Flicks That Church Forgot: Episode 35: Christians and Halloween Part 1 (The Origins of Halloween)

    Especially for the Halloween season, we take a three part look at Christians and Halloween. Why are they so against it? And might it be possible for a Christian to enjoy Halloween along with everyone else?

    TONIGHT: The Origins of Halloween. Exploring where Halloween originated from, and its growing popularity in Western cultures. (http://theflicksthatchurchforgot.podomatic.com/entry/2010-10-01T15_51_02-07_00)

    Podcast highlight in Episode 137 of Forgotten Classics (http://hcforgottenclassics.blogspot.com)

    —Huffduffed by JulieD

  6. The H.P. Lovecraft Literary Podcast: The Haunter of the Dark (story reading)

    Well, we started podcasting from the beginning of Lovecraft’s career and now we’re audiobooking from the end. Brought to you by the listeners of The H.P. Lovecraft Literary Podcast… An all-new, hour-long, full story reading featuring the incomparably eldritch Andrew Leman… It’s…THE HAUNTER OF THE DARK! (http://hppodcraft.com/?p=296)

    —Huffduffed by JulieD

  7. Transmissions from Beyond: Must See to Appreciate by Scott Nicholson

    From Black Static 2, December 2007 (http://transmissionsfrombeyond.com)

    Featured on Episode 121 of Forgotten Classics (http://hcforgottenclassics.blogspot.com)

    —Huffduffed by JulieD

  8. Radio Free Burrito: Episode 14

    Two songs, one very short story, some truly humorous DJ-ish patter, and a whole lotta explicit language … from Wil Wheaton. Ohhhh, yes, and Elliot Gould! (http://radiofreeburrito.com/)

    —Huffduffed by JulieD

  9. H.P. Lovecraft Literary Podcast: Episode 8 - The Doom The Came to Sarnath

    Guess who’s coming to Sarnath? The people of Ib and they’re bringing a gift bag full-O-DOOM!

    In each podcast, we discuss a specific H.P. Lovecraft story - what it’s about, how it reads, why it may have been written and what other works of art it’s influenced. (http://blog.hppodcraft.com/)

    Featured on episode 91 of Forgotten Classics

    —Huffduffed by JulieD

  10. Pseudopod: Episode 153: The Hay Devils

    "Every July Dad would put me on the Greyhound, wave a hearty goodbye, and shout, “House’ll be hollow without you!” Then I’d clamber up on the seat to hoist my bag onto the rack and listen as he pounded the horn in his rusty old pick-up. This year that parting call sounded more forlorn than ever. To my early-adolescent mind, Dad was becoming increasingly odd and worryingly isolated. Lately, I’d woken at night to hear him talking to Mom. The next day he would confess to me how much he still missed her.

    But, for the next month, I could put all that behind me. I was off, a hundred miles to the west, to Granddad’s farm; an Illinois retreat for me and my cousins Ray, Suzie and little Sam. It would be a time of picnics and perfect sunshine, of bicycles in the dust and splashing in the cool river.

    As the bus moved out of the city, exchanging the squalor of the slums for the lawns and colonnades of the suburban estates, my thoughts were already racing ahead along the road. This holiday would be so much more memorable.

    “This year…” I told myself. “This year I aim to catch me a Hay Devil.” "

    Usually their stories are too horrific but this one was juuuuuust right. (http://pseudopod.org/)

    —Huffduffed by JulieD