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This record, performed by Kay Lande and conducted by Wade Denning, was originally released in 1969 by Golden Records and revised in 1974. The colorful cover artwork is adorable and looks like it was drawn by kindergartners with crayons. My kids love to do the Halloween Dance and creep around like the monsters in the song. […]

 

Two teenagers, Mike and Karen, are walking home from their date and get caught in the rain. They stumble upon and old, abandoned mansion and make their way inside when they hear a ghostly voice. This voice tells them that it is their ghost host for the evening and offers to give them a tour. Too […]

 

This Troll Record starts out with the Casper theme song, followed by the main story of the record, The Scariest Halloween Ever narrated by a talking haunted house. Yeah, I said that. Casper lives inside this haunted house and he never boos because he’s friendly, to the house’s embarrassment. Casper invites the Ghostly Trio – Fatso, […]

 

This Wade Denning production features some wonderfully adapted classic ghost stories accompanied by some ear piercing psychedelic sound effects. Wade produced quite a few records in the mid 70’s that are loved by many. More coming soon!  

 

The Folktellers , Connie Regan & Barbara Freeman, recorded this LP live on Halloween Night in 1983. They are master storytellers that deliver the scares with stories like Mary Culhane And The Dead Man and Mr. Fox. Connie, who earned the Circle Of Excellence by the National Storytelling Network in 1996, regularly performs at the National […]

 

Four great writers and four great stories: From the pens of Edgar Allan Poe, W. W. Jacobs, Lafcadio Hearm, and H. H. Munro (Saki) come tales very different from each other but all bearing the mark of genius and calculated to chill the listener to the very marrow of his bones. Murder leads to madness and confession […]

 

Ghosts are imaginary. We all know that. Spirits cannot leave their bodies and travel across miles and miles of ocean, can they? Of course not. A dead man can’t play a guitar. All the annoying things that happen to people every day happen because of their own carelessness. Certainly! Well … maybe a ghost or two, or three, or […]

 

Are you one of the frightened? Then pull up  a chair and prepare yourself.  Make sure the doors are bolted, the windows locked, and the fireplace roaring with blazing logs.  There must be no dark corners, no murky shadows, no questionable areas where no light falls.  You are about to go on a thrilling journey […]

 

Are you one of the frightened? Then pull up  a chair and prepare yourself.  Make sure the doors are bolted, the windows locked, and the fireplace roaring with blazing logs.  There must be no dark corners, no murky shadows, no questionable areas where no light falls.  You are about to go on a thrilling journey […]

 

Boris Karloff himself narrates this audio documentary of the early Universal movie monsters. Frankenstein’s Monster, the Wolf Man, Dracula, The Mummy, and others are remembered for our listening pleasure.  

 

FRANKENSTEIN As you have already read in the newspapers, a most amazing discovery has been made in this most peaceful of countries. It seems that Dr. Victor Frankenstein, once thought to be a character in a story, did actually exist and created what we have come to call “his monster.” The purpose of this meeting today is […]

 

The poems and stories on this record can be found in the book, THE HAUNTED HOUSE and Other Spooky Poems and Tales.

 

Graveyards at midnight, ghosts that seem to come out of nowhere, cats that talk and toes that get lost. These are the subjects that make for spooky, scary tales. Creaking doors, howling wind, hooting owls, flapping wings and footsteps that are heard in empty houses. These are the sounds that tingle the spine. Here are six famous stories narrated […]

 

How do you do, boys and girls. I’m delighted to find that you believe in ghosts, too. After all they believe in you, so it is only common courtesy to return the favor. As a matter of fact, I tell them “human” stories and they enjoy them immensely. Now, the best way to listen to ghost stories is with the […]