Suburbia. Shady, tree-lined streets; well-tended lawns; and cozy homes. A nice, quiet place to grow up. Unless you are teenage Meg or her crippled sister, Susan. On a dead-end street, in the dark, damp basement of the Chandler house, Meg and Susan are left captive to the savage whims and rages of a distant aunt who is rapidly descending into madness. It is a madness that infects all three of her sons and finally the entire neighborhood. Only one troubled boy stands hesitantly between Meg and Susan and their cruel, torturous deaths.
"A Horror To The Core"
The box is Jack Ketchum's 1994 Bram Stoker Award-winning story. It has been anthologized, reprinted, and now it is available for the first time in digital. This is a live recording of the author, narrating his award-winning story, in the way only Jack Ketchum can....
"Little Nasties", written and directed by Eric Red. Things are not quite as they seem when Heather Knox and her daughter, Bethany, arrive at a child beauty pageant after dark.... Larry Fessenden and Glenn McQuaid's award-winning Tales from Beyond the Pale, now entering its sixth year, has produced over 40 audio dramas from a wide array of today's leading genre writers and directors. Season three was produced by Larry Fessenden, Glenn McQuaid, and Jenn Wexler.
"pretty Fun story"
Collected here in one volume are more than 60 poems from Bram Stoker Award-winning author Jack Ketchum. These are read by the author.
Two short stories read by Stoker Award-winning author Jack Ketchum, with music and effects written and performed by Bob Schaller.
"More Ketchum Please"
This is one of best-selling author Peter Straub's strangest and most subtly disturbing short stories. Music is by Claude Debussy, arranged by Bob Schaller.
"So very weird..."