Tales to Terrify 584 Arthur Davis & Timothy G. Huguenin

Welcome to episode 584. We have two tales for you this week. First, a man moves into a new community only to discover his neighbour is Dracula. But is the legendary vampire really as bad as his reputation? Then, a woman in 1920s Appalachia cares for her newborn while her husband works, but she soon discovers strange growths appearing around the house.


Good Evening: Submissions: 00:01:06

Arthur Davis’ Dracula Had My Back as read by Anthony Babington: 00:04:06

Timothy G. Huguenin’s The Station Agent’s Wife, 1927 as read by Danielle Hewitt: 00:19:18


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