02 Aug Scary Stories Told in the Dark – Season 6, Episode 23 – “Age-Old Oddities”
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In this episode of Scary Stories Told in the Dark, we bring you four spine-chilling tales from authors N.J. O’Neail, Clark Ashton Smith, Theda Kenyon, and Gertrude Macaulay Sutton, performed by host and narrator Otis Jiry. This episode’s hand-picked collection of stories are pulled from the pages of the September 1930 edition of the iconic American fantasy and horror fiction pulp magazine, Weird Tales – the very same publication that gave writers such as H.P Lovecraft and Clark Ashton Smith their starts, and which inspired generations.
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STORIES FEATURED IN THIS EPISODE
“The Flame Fiend” by N.J. O’Neail
“The Phantoms of the Fire” by Clark Ashton Smith
🔑 “The House of the Golden Eyes” by Theda Kenyon
🔑 “Gesture” by Gertrude Macaulay Sutton