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Dagon: War of Worlds (Dramatized)

Length: 1 hr and 17 mins
5 out of 5 stars (27 ratings)
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The ocean's imponderable depths contain mysteries far beyond the grasp of mortal men. From the adventurous mariners of ancient times, to simple fishermen of our own New England of yesteryear, mankind has found the seven seas to be both the source of life, and a watery grave. When man seeks to delve too deeply into that abyss, what appalling secrets will rise to the surface? And what will mankind do when faced with the unnamed horrors of the deep?

Public Domain (P)2015 HPLHS, Inc.

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Great production, creative reimagining of story!

A creative reimagining and dramatization of one of Lovecraft's most well known tale. Highly recommended, if you are a Lovecraft afficionado.

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Fun and engaging!

This is a great introduction to Lovecraft which combines elements of Dagon, Call of Cthulhu, and Shadow Over Innsmouth into a 1930’s style “breaking news” radio broadcast. I highly recommended this. I only wish it was longer!

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Perfect

I loved this. Best recording since their production of The Shadow over Innsmouth. Excellent radio theatre at its very best.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 01-22-19

Frightening tale, but disjointed in format.

Much more Adaptation than direct reading, "Dagon" is here presenting a pseudo sequel to "The Shadow Over Innsmouth".

The story and idea are really great, but the disjointed nature of its telling does reduce the horrific nature of Dagon rising to the surface somewhat. However it's still brilliantly narrated by the HP Lovecraft historical society.