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The Rats in the Walls (Dramatized)

Length: 1 hr and 13 mins
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An American businessman undertakes the restoration of his ancient ancestral home in England. After moving in, he's haunted by strange phenomena, apparently coming from the very walls of the legend-haunted mansion. A team of experts joins him to dig into the centuried structure's shadowed past, and its shadowy cellars. Can the investigators solve the lingering mystery of the grim and rumor-shrouded priory, or are they merely ushering in the most horrific chapter of the house's monstrous history?

Public Domain (P)2017 HPLHS, Inc.

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Freaky!!

Now, I didn't see that ending coming! The production was amazing and just the right length.

So, I'm heading off to find my next listen by the H. P. Lovecraft Historical Society!

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  • Hebby~Bookworm
  • 04-18-19

Disappointing

Nothing much really happened in this story. It raised more questions then it answers. Just when things were getting interesting, it ended very abruptly.

The voice actors did a fantastic job, but the story was a real let down. Perhaps the original story has more details, but I haven’t read it.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 03-29-19

A Masterpiece of the Macabre

With its awful and grim atmosphere and its abominable setting, this is one of the HP Lovecraft historical society's best tales.

Don't listen at night...