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  • Six Creepy Cat Tales | H. P. Lovecraft,Barry Pain,William James Wintle,Edgar Allan Poe,Hugh Walpole,E. F. Benson

    Six Creepy Cat Tales

    • UNABRIDGED (2 hrs and 36 mins)
    • By H. P. Lovecraft, Barry Pain, William James Wintle, and others
    • Narrated By Cathy Dobson
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    Six creepy horror stories of sinister, murderous and ghostly cats. 'The White Cat' by Hugh Walpole; 'The Cat' by E. F. Benson; 'The Cats of Ulthar' by H. P. Lovecraft; 'The Black Cat' by William James Wintle; 'The Grey Cat' by Barry Pain; 'The Black Cat' by Edgar Allan Poe.

  • The Ghost at the Blue Dragon | William James Wintle

    The Ghost at the Blue Dragon

    • UNABRIDGED (24 mins)
    • By William James Wintle
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    William James Wintle (1861-1920) was a Welsh writer who later became Oblate for the Abbey of Caldey Island in Wales. It was there that he wrote a series of ghost tales for the entertainment of eight boys who attended there. Wintle wrote that the stories were originally told on Sunday nights while "crouching over a wood fire on a wind-swept island off the Western shore".

  • The Red Rosary | William James Wintle

    The Red Rosary

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    • By William James Wintle
    • Narrated By Cathy Dobson
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    William James Wintle (1861-1920) was already an established writer before he became an Oblate for the Abbey of Caldey Island in Wales. It was there that he wrote his famous ghost stories, intended for the entertainment of eight boys who attended the abbey. In the forward of this collection, Wintle states that the stories were originally told on Sunday nights while "crouching over a wood fire on a wind-swept island off the Western shore".

  • The Chamber of Doom | William James Wintle

    The Chamber of Doom

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    • By William James Wintle
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    William James Wintle (1861-1920) was already a recognised writer before he became an Oblate for the Abbey of Caldey Island in Wales. It was there that he wrote a series of horror stories for the entertainment of eight boys who attended the abbey. In the foreword of this collection, Wintle explains that the stories were originally told on Sunday nights while "crouching over a wood fire on a wind-swept island off the Western shore."

  • The Chamber of Doom | William James Wintle

    The Chamber of Doom

    • UNABRIDGED (23 mins)
    • By William James Wintle
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    William James Wintle (1861-1920) was already a recognised writer before he became an Oblate for the Abbey of Caldey Island in Wales. It was there that he wrote a series of horror stories for the entertainment of eight boys who attended the abbey. In the foreword of this collection, Wintle explains that the stories were originally told on Sunday nights while "crouching over a wood fire on a wind-swept island off the Western shore."

  • The Spectre Spiders | William James Wintle

    The Spectre Spiders

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    • By William James Wintle
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    William James Wintle (1861-1920) was a Welsh writer who distinguished himself as a versatile writer before becoming an Oblate for the Abbey of Caldey Island in Pembrokeshire, Wales. There he wrote a collection of supernatural horror stories specifically for the enjoyment of eight boys who attended there. Wintle wrote that the stories were originally told on Sunday nights while "crouching over a wood fire on a wind-swept island off the Western shore".

  • The Black Cat | William James Wintle

    The Black Cat

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    • By William James Wintle
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    William James Wintle (1861-1920) was a Welsh writer who established himself as an author before becoming an Oblate for the Abbey of Caldey Island in Wales. It was there that he wrote a series of horror stories for the enjoyment of eight boys who attended the abbey. Wintle noted that the stories were originally told on Sunday nights while "crouching over a wood fire on a wind-swept island off the Western shore".

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