Mother Hydra & Weird Shadows Over Innsmouth


Whoa Momma! Mother Hydra, the origins of her name is part one, part two is ‘weird shadows over innsmouth’ published by Fedogan & Bremer, and edited by Stephen Jones. Some really great stories in that one. Third and final section is a reading of “The Discarded Draft of The Shadow Over Innsmouth”. Thank you for listening.
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Sorry about the delay, I’ve had computer issues and health issues. It’s hard to record w/o a computer or mic & it’s hard to edit while sick and recovering from a serious ear infection.


Episode 50:



This is our 50th episode. The Cry of Cthulhu, Lurker at the Threshold, The Horror at the Museum and RHAN-TEGOTH. Check out Byron Craft’s scary book ‘The Cry of Cthulhu’ at
Thank you all for listening for many of the last 50 episodes.
Also why do many lovecraftian Great Old Ones sound like they could be a novelty song from the 1960’s. [That that is from the song about a one eyed, one horn, flying, purple people eater] sounds like a GOO. RHAN-TEGOTH is a three eyed, six clawed, acid drippin’, people eater. Honestly, most GOO are people eaters.

Whispers from the Abyss vol. 1

Whispers from the Abyss: Volume One is a wonderful anthology of dark fiction/horror based in the shared literary world of HP Lovecraft, know that first. This anthology is a marvelous collection of weird fiction, some of it of a violent brutal nature. Some of it told in a clever manner as a series of text messages, or the classic gothic/lovecraftian journal entry trope. Stories of fish people, ancient gods and extradimensional space aboud. This is a wonderful read. I highly recommend this ebook. I look forward to reading its sequel anthology once I finish my current round of books. whisperscover