FNH Audio presents an unabridged reading of H. P. Lovecraft's The Dunwhich Horror. Lavina Whateley has birthed an abomination, and now it's got free. First one family and then another are wiped off the face of the Earth, and this is just the beginning of the plan. Dr. Armitage, the Librarian at Miskatonic University, is scared. He's pieced together the clues and has a dreadful inkling of what is abroad. This ageing doctor may be the world's only hope.
"Great story and performance"
FNH Audio presents an unabridged reading of H.G Wells The Time Machine. In this classic tale a scientist invents a time machine and travels far into the future where he finds himself marooned amongst the two races that are the descendents of man.
FNH Audio presents an unabridged reading of The Hour of the Dragon by Robert E. Howard. As it was foretold, Conan has risen to the kingship of Aqualonia, yet the forces of darkness and evil are forging his downfall. An ancient power rises from death and smashes Conan from his throne, leaving him running for his life through the streets of his own capital. The Hour of the Dragon follows Conan as he struggles against evil men and monsters in an epic struggle to recover his lost crown.
Sci Fi Shorts is a collection of classic science fiction stories from the golden age of space stories. This group of four unabridged short stories by various authors covers such adventures as invading technological hordes, superweapons on the moon, meteors with strange powers, and robot armies waging war on mankind.
The house on Benefit Street is shunned. With a dark forbidding exterior, a garden overrun by corrupt weeds and bent malformed trees, it simply looks wrong. The locals know its history, know how many people that house has killed, and fear it. Dr Elihu Whipple is not afraid of the house, he's fascinated by it and its history, and now he's decided to investigate its horrifying secret.
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While on a fishing trip two men discover the ruins of an old house perched on the very edge of a cliff. In the ruins they discover an old manuscript that seems to suggest the house was once involved in something super natural, and horrific.
"One of the greatest stories I have ever heard"
The King in Yellow is a collection of short stories - mysterious, macabre, and endearing by turns. The work has been linked to H. P. Lovecraft, with the titular entity forming a part of the extended Cthulhu mythos. The first three stories are darkly suspenseful and linked by the mysterious Yellow Sign and the malevolent King in Yellow. These will please Lovecraft fans most of all, and the ghost stories will not disappoint. Also included in this collection are a war story and a strange romance, both of which intrigue and entertain.
FNH Audio presents a full reading of "The Willows" by Algernon Blackwood. This story written in 1907 has stood the test of time. It is today, just as creepy and unnerving as it was in its own time. Algernon Blackwood is probably best known for this story and another classic "The Wendigo". Although his writings do not focus on horror, he has in this case created an outstanding work in that genre. It's not blood and gore based horror, but rather a story that works on the mind.
"H. P. Lovecraft???s Favorite Horror Story"
FNH Audio presents an unabridged reading of H.P. Lovecraft's classic tale "The Shadow Over Innsmouth". In 1927 the coastal town of Innsmouth was raided by police, federal agents and elements of the United States Navy. The town was cleared. Everyone was arrested yet none of the prisoners turned up in the prison system.One man who knew the reason for the raid was sworn to secrecy. He knew the deep secrets of ancient Innsmouth, had seen the horrors that lurked within and barely escaped with his life.
Professor Angell was an expert on ancient languages. When a young man brought a grotesque carving to his office that contained a strain of hieroglyphics that were unreadable to all, it started the strangest and most horrific research of his life. The statue would lead the professor and is great-nephew to discover the awful truth of the cult of Cthulhu and what its existence meant for the future of mankind.
Famous elephant hunter Allan Quatermain is approached by Sir Henry Curtis to help him search for his brother who disappeared in the heart of Africa. When Allan accepts the job, little does he know that the quest for the missing man will drag him over mountains, through deserts, under ground and into the midst of a bloody war.
FNH Audio presents a complete and unabridged reading of H.P. Lovecraft's famous story "At the Mountains of Madness". The story is related by one of the two survivors from a polar expedition. Unlike other polar explorers who may have died from cold, starvation or simply getting lost, in this story things are somewhat different.The survivor is desperate to prevent a new polar expedition because there are "beings" there, strange murderous beings.
"GREAT story, HORRIBLE music!"
The sound came swiftly nearer, rising in pitch and swelling in volume. Then it broke through the clouds, tall and black and beautifully deadly, the Gern battle cruiser, come to seek them out and destroy them. Humbolt dropped inside the stockade, exulting. For two hundred years his people had been waiting for the chance to fight the mighty Gern Empire with bows and arrows against blasters and bombs!
"The Mysterious Island of Space"
FNH Audio presents a reading of Charles Oman's classic military history A History of the Peninsular War. In this first volume, a detailed examination is made of the first years of the war, 1807 to 1809. The campaign is examined from both sides using reference materials from British, French, Spanish, and Portuguese sources. This book covers the invasion of Spain and Napoleon's trickery in luring the Spanish crown into prison. It also features Wellington's first peninsular battle and of course the famous retreat to Corunna and the battle at that place.
"Wonderful if you can tolerate the reader"
Days from civilisation five men are about to experience something beyond the rational. In the snow slaked wilds where the natives fear to tread, these men search for moose but find something more terrifying and supernatural. With a rush of wind and the smell of feral nature one of their number is whisked away, leaving them wondering: Who might be next?
When Gabriel Utterson takes charge of the will of his good friend Dr Jekyll, in which the doctor leaves everything to the mysterious Mr Hyde, he's alarmed at what appears to be a recipe for murder. Over the following months, he investigates Mr Hyde until he uncovers a horrific murder. What's the relationship between his friend and the murderer, and can Utterson save the doctor?
FNH Audio presents an Unabridged reading of "The Damned" by Algernon Blackwood. A brother and sister are invited to stay at "The Towers", an ancient residence owned by a friend. When they arrive, they find their friend in a state of distress. Something is wrong; something in "The Towers" feels wrong. Strange sounds, whispery apparitions and doors opening themselves lead the siblings to conclude that there is something other than themselves and the servants abroad in the house.
"Not Bad at All"
This collection of narratives, all told by people who were actually part of the American Civil War, was first published in 1885 and was received very well by the public, who caused it to have a further five reprints during the next few years. You'll hear about a number of famous escapades that took place during the Civil War, from a civilian with Unionist sympathies but living in the South, through to the unparalleled locomotive chase that inspired Buster Keaton's all time classic silent movie The General.
In 1645 Matthew Hopkins began his career as Witchfinder General. He travelled the country searching for witches and wizards, those he found, he had put to death. Questions were raised by judges and priests when he they saw him convicting hundreds of men and women. To answer their questions Matthew wrote and published this explanation of his methods and motivations.
"Totally bizarre to the modern mind"
Conan and Valeria discover a lost city that is walled in and roofed over, allowing none to enter or leave. Within its walls are riches beyond compare and a seething war between the tribes of degenerates who live there. FNH audio presents an unabridged reading of Red Nails. Red Nails was the last Conan story penned by Robert E. Howard and is often represented by Howard scholars as one of the best.