The Hounds of Tindalos

Suspense, Episode 13
Length: 29 mins
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A researcher uses a mystical drug to travel backwards through time. But what he finds there is a horror beyond imagining.

Adapted from the short story by Frank Belknap Long, it also stars Rocky Cerda.

Suspense is a revival of "radio's outstanding theatre of thrills", which ran from 1942-1962. Featuring a mix of original scripts and adaptations of pulp-era short fiction, all performed by our crack company of Hollywood talent, this new version of an old classic is well-calculated to keep you in...Suspense!

©2013 Blue Hours Productions (P)2013 Blue Hours Productions

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insanely creative

I found this book through the grapevine, the hounds of Tindalos tells a riveting story of suspense, and horror. With the short read time, it’s the perfect story to scratch the Lovecraft like itch

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Several words are cut out like recording was stopped and started again. The story is a good one, but it would be better if it was full.

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  • Chris Halliday
  • 02-10-15

Great story, poor quality audio

Excellent story, with great performances, sadly marred by skipping audio. Not quite enough to ruin it, but jarring and annoying nonetheless.