Ocean Dread: A Collection

by Various Authors

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This series comprises seven nightmarish narratives set at sea, carefully selected from the ever-yellowing pages of Weird Tales Magazine.

"The Horror in the Hold" by Frank Belknap Long (February 1932)
A tale of the old adventurous days when Spain and England fought for the supremacy of the seas.

"Sea Curse" by Robert E. Howard (May 1928)
John Kulrek and Lie-lip Canool felt the baneful force of the old woman’s curse—a weird tale of the sea.

"When the Sea Gives Up Its Dead" by Robert Peery (June 1929)
Every month, when the moon was full, the mariners came up out of the sea to dance upon her grave.

"Left by the Tide" by Edward E. Schiff (March 1929)
A bizarre tale of the sea—the story of a gruesome struggle with a monstrosity out of the deeps.

"The Seven Seas Are One" by Allison V. Harding (September 1944)
The Captain knew that somehow, some day his fate was coming—out of the sea and the wind!

"Drowned Argosies" by Jay Wilmer Benjamin (July 1934)
A weird tale of the sea.

"Death of the Kraken" by David H. Keller (March 1942)
In the Sargasso Sea Are Many Monsters . . . Human Ones!

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released April 29, 2020

Narrated by Ian Gordon for HorrorBabble
Music and production by Ian Gordon & Jennifer Gill

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