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Tony Walker
Classic Ghost Stories
A weekly podcast that reads out ghost stories, horror stories, and weird tales every week. Classic stories from the pens of the masters Occasionally, we feature living authors, but the majority are dead. Some perhaps are undead. We go from cosy Edwardian ghost stories (E. F. Benson, Walter De La Mare) to Victorian supernatural mysteries (M. R. James, Elizabeth Gaskell, Bram Stoker, and Charles Dickens) to 20th-century Weird Tales (Robert Aickman, Fritz Lieber, Clark Ashton-Smith, and H. P. Lovecraft) and wander from the Gothic to the Odd, even to the Literary, and then back again. Each...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 578 ratings
I love ghost stories in general, but Tony’s story choices and reading are absolutely riveting! And his after-story banter is so interesting and informative. My favorite podcast!
Kgee63 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/28/24
Tony = Ledge
Very open and honest end to the last story @ Tony. All the best!
JoyHorville via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 01/26/24
One of my favorites
The literary selection and the performance are both excellent.
391ajjj via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/25/24
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