Tonight, we have a story about stars and astrological coincidence, a story about worldwide observation and planetary danger. A story about disaster, and perspective.
Presenting “The Star” by H. G. Wells, published in 1897.
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A story of fear, and dread. A story about dark histories, and darker deeds. A story about endurance, and determination. A story, about the power of the unknown.
Presenting “The Empty House” – written by Algernon Blackwood, published in 1906.
We are kicking off the spooky season with something...
Tonight, we have a story of ransoms and retribution. A story about kidnapping and regret. A story about Scouts and Horses and games. A story, about things not going quite the way you expect them to.
Presenting “The Ransom of Red Chief” – written by O. Henry, published in 1907.