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A performance by Red Stone Trio, Clare Crossman and Max Loth at Tullie House Museum 30th November 2019

10 Classic albums you’ve (probably) never heard of

First chapter of Black Hallows: Cradle of Darkness

Cradle of Darkness – an interview with the authors

Frankenstein  (or the Modern Prometheus) by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley – a review

The Angry Red Planet by Ralph Robert Moore – A review

 

The Siren and the Spectre by Jonathan Janz (audiobook) – A review

Flora and Jim by BP Gregory – A review

Compulsory Games by Robert Aickman – A review

The Hunger – by Alma Katsu. Narrated by Kirsten Potter – A review

Take a Black Pilgrimage with the Rocket Man

The Sea was a fair master by Calvin Demmer – A review

We are all falling towards the centre of the Earth

The Puppet Show by Stephen King – a review

A dark light

The Outsider by Stephen King – a review

Broadswords and Blasters – a review

The Pilgrimage

Sleeping Beauties – Book review

by Stephen and Owen King

The Town – Book review

by B.P. Gregory

My Absolute Darling – Audiobook review

by Gabriel Tallent. Narrated by Alex McKenna

Why was Ronnie james Dio so universally adored?

‘Under a watchful eye’ by Adam Nevill – a review

Consumed or lost?

The impact of Alzheimer’s

‘Father figure’ by Ralph Robert Moore – a review

Anatomy of a classic album – ‘Heaven and hell’ by Black Sabbath

Mr Crimson – a short story

Death – a bit morbid?

Middleland folklore – The Croglin Vampire and Billy Green Teeth

5 dark secrets horror writers don’t want you to know