There is a book that is shrouded in mystery. Some even say it's a myth. Within its pages is a play - one that brings madness and despair to all who read it. It is the play of the King in Yellow, and it will haunt you for the rest of your days. The King in Yellow is a collection of stories interwoven loosely by the elements of the play, including the central figure himself.
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Barred from life and death alike, she waited - waited for the key that could unlock the sinister talisman that held her prisoner of eternity. Taken from The King in Yellow, often referred to in "True Detective" this is one creepy short story.
From The King in Yellow by Robert W. Chambers, an American gets lost whilst hunting in Brittany and encounters The Demoiselle D'Ys and is invited back to the castle where she lives. While the two become close, it is clear to the listener that this castle and those who live in it are strangers to the world the American recognises, and he returns to the world he knew, after a sudden attack by a snake.
Todos los relatos del Rey de amarillo están conectados por un símbolo, por una maldad difícil de comprender: En la corte del dragón - vas a sentir un escalofrío cuando una voz de ninguna parte empiece a susurrar a tu alma La demoiselle d'Ys - Si Jeane te invita a ir a su castillo, quizás te lo deberías pensar... a lo mejor no te conviene El símbolo amarillo - ¿pueden los espíritus de un cementerio influenciar el arte de un pintor? La máscara - ¿cómo se podría conseguir una escultura absolutamente perfecta?
Skillfully narrated by voice actor Mark Turetsky, The King in Yellow by Robert W. Chambers is a classic in the field of the supernatural. The series of 10 short stories is named after a fictional play of the same name which induces madness in the minds of those that read it. The Yellow King and Carcosa were often alluded to in a popular TV series True Detective, where evil and madness are often a theme.