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Courting Casualties: The Oval Portrait, by Edgar Allan Poe

In which I read a story of art and madness.

Intro/Outro music is Ghost Story by Kevin McLeod, used under the Creative Commons License.

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Courting Casualties, Episode Four: The City Built on Her Dead

In which I head to Savannah, GA for a much needed vacation, hang out in a cemetery, and tell ghost stories. But not IN the cemetery. That’s illegal.

432 Abercorn. Approach at own risk.

432 Abercorn. Approach at own risk.

Bonaventure Cemetery, main entrance.

Bonaventure Cemetery, main entrance.

Statuary in Bonaventure Cemetery. Savannah, GA.

Statuary in Bonaventure Cemetery. Savannah, GA.

Mercer House, Savannah, GA. Home of Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil and also several murders and a museum.

Mercer House, Savannah, GA. Home of Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil and also several murders and a museum.

Poe

Yeah, I didn’t buy these, but they were hilarious.

Intro/Outro music is Ghost Story by Kevin McLeod, used under the Creative Commons License.

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Courting Casualties, Episode Three: Penny Dreadfuls

In which we explore the origins of serialized storytelling and I read you some Victorian vampire fiction.

Tonight’s reading is Varney the Vampire, written by James Malcolm Rymer.

Intro/Outro music is Ghost Story by Kevin McLeod, used under the Creative Commons License.

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Counting Casualties, Episode Two: Fear

In which we explore fear, phobias, and the things in the dark. Sleep tight.

This episode’s short story is Planchette by Meghan Harker.

Intro/Outro music is Ghost Story by Kevin McLeod, used under the Creative Commons License.

Counting Casualties is also available through iTunes! If you enjoy the show, please consider subscribing. Have a suggestion for a future episode? Tweet us at @CasualtyPodcast.

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Courting Casualties Presents: “A Rose for Emily”

Episode Two of Counting Casualties is running late, so in the meantime I read you a tale of love and arsenic.

“A Rose for Emily” was written by William Faulkner.

Music: “Ghost Story” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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COURTING CASUALTIES

I am pleased to announce that I’ve just launched my first podcast, COUNTING CASUALTIES.

LogoA twice-monthly podcast, I’ll be talking about gothic fiction and horror, fangirling over favorites like Lord Byron and Edgar Allan Poe, and hopefully entertaining you with humor. I’ll also be making “reads” casts, where I choose a Gothic work and, well, read it to you. Because I like those.

Wanna check out the first episode?

Episode One: Gothic Fiction

 

 

Like what you hear? Want to suggest a topic or ask a question? Follow the show on Twitter @CasualtyPodcast.

Again, I’d like to thank Amy Lukavics, Andrea Judy, Kira Butler, and Katie Locke for being my test audience. I adore you gals. I also need to add Brian LeTendre to the list of people I am indebted to. Thank you so much for your help. Brian ALSO makes podcasts and writes Lovecraftian things. Check out his work over here: http://www.seebrianwrite.com/

 

Intro/Outro music: “Ghost Story” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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