Sunday, September 13, 2015

The Podcast That Dares Not Speak Its Name 12: Dracula's Guest

Back before there was a Rish Outcast, I recorded this and another story that never saw the light of day.  Well, here's one of those long-lost episodes, wherein I present "Dracula's Guest," by Bram Stoker.

Afterward, find out if this truly was the first chapter of Stoker's "Dracula," and who owns the original manuscript.  Or don't, I'll never find out if you listened or not.

If you wanna download this episode, why not Right-Click this link here?


Journey Into... said...

I love this! I also love Dracula and the epistolary format. I am still very touched that you cared enough to record and edit that Stephen King story for me. It was a great story and a great honor. Thanks again, man. Would there be rights issues if you put it on Youtube?

Julie Pie said...

I really enjoyed this story. If you get the chance, check out the HP Literary Podcast. Chris Lackey and Chad Fifer review all the HP Lovecraft stories in the first few years, and then broaden the reviews to other supernatural stories. They covered Dracula recently. I had no idea of these fun (and free) stories out there, and it's been a blast.