Monthly Archives: February 2012

Tales of Old 36 – Patrick O’Hare: King of the Freaks

by C.J. Lines read by Kevin Harty In the foggy streets of Victorian London, Patrick O’Hare has set up his latest Freak Show , a veritable promenade of wonders and horrors. Are they real, and where does he aquire them? … Continue reading

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Tales of Old 35 – Angel of the Hopeless

by Danny Adams read by Shawn Robertson Period: American Civil War (and others) What could be worse than a gruesome death by Minie ball in a bloody civil war? Maybe having to do it more than once. “Your name is … Continue reading

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Tales of Old 34 – The Crusader from Cross Plains, part 2

Short fiction: To Those Who Wait by Rachel Bundock Setting: England, 1820 Main fiction: The Crusader from Cross Plains by Teel. James Glenn Setting: Egypt, 1938

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Tales of Old 33 – The Crusader from Cross Plains

Short fiction: “Strangers Well Met” – by Andrew MacRae, 1800’s USA Main fiction: Period: 1938s, Setting: Egypt By Teel. James Glenn Read by Shawn Robertson In some of the infinite worlds of the multiverse some men live that might die … Continue reading

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