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  • Classic Tales of Hauntings | Bram Stoker,Ambrose Bierce,Lafcadio Hearn,W. Bourne Cook,E. Nesbit

    Classic Tales of Hauntings

    • ORIGINAL (7 hrs and 41 mins)
    • By Bram Stoker, Ambrose Bierce, Lafcadio Hearn, and others
    • Narrated By Hayward Morse, Liza Ross, Garrick Hagon, and others
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    Sixteen classic stories from masters of the genre: "The Judge's House", by Bram Stoker; "A Jug of Sirup", by Ambrose Bierce; "The Reconciliation", by Lafcadio Hearn; "The Woman With a Candle" by W. Bourne Cooke; "The Ebony Frame", by E. Nesbit; "On the Northern Ice", by Elia W. Peattie; "The Haunted Doll's House", by M. R. James; "The Old House in Vauxhall Walk", by Charlotte Riddell; "The Underground Ghost", by John Berwick Harwood; "Haunted", by Anon (from Tinsley's Annual); plus five more....

    Robert says: "Great Stories and Narration!"
  • Kwaidan | Lafcadio Hearn

    Kwaidan

    • UNABRIDGED (2 hrs and 32 mins)
    • By Lafcadio Hearn
    • Narrated By Walter Covell
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    Based on Japanese literature and foldlore, Kwaidan contains 17 stories. The story of Loichi, the blind biwa player who was called to perform for the dead; of Muso, the journeying priest who encountered a man eating goblin; of the samurai who outwitted the ghost of a dead man. All these plus 14 other spooly tales are included in this collection.

    Kaori says: "Recording quality is bad"
  • The Boy Who Drew Cats | Lafcadio Hearn

    The Boy Who Drew Cats

    • UNABRIDGED (7 mins)
    • By Lafcadio Hearn
    • Narrated By Walter Covell
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    "The Boy Who Drew Cats" is a Japanese folk tale collected by Lafcadio Hearn in "Japanese Fairy Tales." This is his most anthologized story. It concerns a boy who drew cats everywhere. Everyone in the town thought this was a waste of time until a goblin invaded their temple. They boy, and his cat, then come to the rescue.

  • The Story of Chugoro | Lafcadio Hearn

    The Story of Chugoro

    • UNABRIDGED (10 mins)
    • By Lafcadio Hearn
    • Narrated By Cathy Dobson
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    Patricio Lafcadio Tessima Carlos Hearn (1850-1904) was the son of a British father and Greek mother. He spent his early life in England, Ireland, France and America before moving in 1890 to Japan, where he married and settled. His most famous works are retellings of Japanese and Chinese folktales, in particular those of a ghostly or macabre nature. 'The Story of Chugoro' is the tale of a young man who is enticed into the clutches of a vampiric frog.

  • Classic Tales of Horror: Mujina | Lafcadio Hearn

    Classic Tales of Horror: Mujina

    • UNABRIDGED (4 mins)
    • By Lafcadio Hearn
    • Narrated By Stephen Greif
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    On the Akasaka Road, in Tokyo, there is a slope called Kii-no-kuni-zaka. Before the era of street-lamps and jinrikishas, this neighbourhood was very lonesome after dark; belated pedestrians would go miles out of their way rather than mount the Kii-no-kuni-zaka, alone, after sunset. All because of a Mujina that used to walk there....

  • Classic Tales of Horror: Oshidori | Lafcadio Hearn

    Classic Tales of Horror: Oshidori

    • UNABRIDGED (3 mins)
    • By Lafcadio Hearn
    • Narrated By Liza Ross
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    One day a hunter came across a pair of mandarin duck, oshidori, swimming together in a river that he was about to cross. To kill oshidori is not good; but Sonjô happened to be very hungry, and he shot at the pair. His arrow pierced the male: the female escaped into the rushes of the farther shore, and disappeared. Sonjô took the dead bird home, and cooked it. That night he dreamed a dreary dream.

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