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Witch's Tale, the: Stories of Gothic Horror from the Golden Age of Radio
Vampire library of Darkness : Witch's Tale, the: Stories of Gothic Horror from the Golden Age of Radio, Alonzo Deen Cole Vampire library of Darkness : Witch's Tale, the: Stories of Gothic Horror from the Golden Age of Radio, Alonzo Deen Cole
Author : Alonzo Deen Cole Witch's Tale, the: Stories of Gothic Horror from the Golden Age of Radio
Realease Date : 1998
 
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Resource : Jim Widner
Description : I have a copy of this and I want to say that it is worth every penny if you are at all a fan of the macabre. Not only is the introduction informative (you can learn a lot about this series), the scripts are a great read. The book is attractive and well bound for easy reading.
 
Resource : John Dunning, noted radio historian and author of On The Air and Tune In Yesterday
Description : It's not often that we get to look back at the creation of an entire art form. The Witch's Tale is certainly that-the true inception of the radio horror show in America. That recordings for these scripts are as yet unavailable only adds to their significance.
 
Resource : From the Publisher
Description : The Witch's Tale by Alonzo Deen Cole was network radio's first drama series devoted entirely to the supernatural and the model for later programs like Light Out, Suspense and Inner Sanctum.
 
Resource : are Bones Magazine (12/98)
Description : David S. Siegel and his Dunwich Press make it possible to see just how creepy this Cole guy was. Very nicely done in an affordable trade paperback (with, I should add, a beautiful cover by Alice Pfeiffer--a name I'm not familiar with but hope to see more of), THE WITCH'S TALE presents 13 of Cole's best stories. What sets the author's horror plays apart from others of the day is that when the menace is finally unmasked at the climax it's not the disgruntled university scientist or scheming wife, but, more often than not, really truly a sea monster, vampire, or (as in the opening story, "The Image") a demonic idol. Alonzo Deen Cole's THE WITCH'S TALE represents the closest we ever came to having a WEIRD TALES radio show.
 
Resource : Hellnotes Newsletter, 10/98
Description : This is a rare opportunity to venture back in time and experience horror purely through your imagination. And this is the real stuff: vampires, ghosts, werewolves, severed heads, devil worship and more. A horror fan's delight.
 
Resource : Book Description
Description : Stories of gothic horror from the Golden Age of Radio. Discover the thrills and goose bumps that frightened a generation of listeners during radio's Golden Age with 13 hair raising vintage radio scripts featuring stories about Vampires, Were wolves, Ghosts, Severed heads, Devil worship, Mad scientists and more . By Alonzo Deen Cole, the great granddaddy of modern media horror and the creator of network radio's first drama series devoted entirely to the supernatural.
 
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