Episode 145 – The Mark of the Beast

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We’re kicking off Werewolf History Month with Rudyard Kipling’s short story The Mark of the Beast!

Show Notes:

  • Thanks to reader Paul Maclean of Yog-Sothoth.com for reading our excerpts.
  • Although it’s free online, this story appears in the anthology Rudyard Kipling’s Tales of Horror & Fantasy, with the foreword by Neil Gaiman that we quote in the show.
  • Get a hold of up the rip-roaring Lovecraftian comedy-thriller Deadbeats before it gets a hold of you!
  • Or, even better, get a hold of Chris himself at the York Travelling Man, where he’ll be hanging out and signing copies of Deadbeats with illustrator I.N.J. Culbard – February 9th at 1 pm!
  • THE SOUNDTRACKS ARE HERE! You can now download the podcast soundtracks Volume 1 and Volume 2, each with 3 bonus tracks, all newly-remastered, for only $7 a piece. That’s 70 tracks total, over 2 hours of creepy goodness. Get into it!

Post Comment 3 comments on “Episode 145 – The Mark of the Beast

  • Baron Lego on

    There’s a neat, moody piece of music from the second installment of the “Case of Charles Dexter Ward” (played over the description of the assault on Curwen’s lair) which also shows up in the third part of the podcast covering “The Shadow Over Innsmouth” (where the narrator finds out that he’s stuck in the town for the evening) that doesn’t appear to be present in either volume of the soundtrack. Is that particular piece available or did I accidentally overlook it while skimming through the track samples?

  • chris karriem on

    I guess im suscribing….nuff said

  • Nate on

    The eyes are green behind like a cat’s. They reflect back the light of the lamps.

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