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Episode 124 is released! It has the second and final part of "The Horror at Red Hook" and the next part of "How I Found Livingstone".

 

http://cthulhupodcast.blogspot.co.uk/

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PoC

What is episode 125 about?

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FNH

Episode 125 contains the next part of the Livingstone adventure , and he has to start dealing with the local "kings". The main feature is story lifted from the pages of the April 1930 edition of "Astounding Stories of Super Science", called The Man who was dead.

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FNH

Episode 126 is released. A while back I ran a story called "Second Coming" by John Luck, that featured the characters Fulton and Pigeon. John's back with a sequel to that story, called "It Sees". Also a musical number from 1925 "The Flapper Wife" and the next part of Stanley's adventure to find Livingston.

 

http://cthulhupodcast.blogspot.co.uk/2012/05/126-it-sees-part-1.html

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FNH

Episode 127 is now ready for download. In this weeks podcast I feature the second and final part of John Luck's "It Sees", a cool Cthulhu mythos type story.

 

Of course the other usual elements are there too, the next part of the journey to find Livingstone, where Stanley becomes somewhat peeved, and a musical number from 1927.

 

http://cthulhupodcast.blogspot.co.uk/2012/06/127-it-sees-part-2.html

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Episode 129 hits the net-waves featuring the next part of Stanley's adventure to find Livingstone and a the first part of a story penned by Algernon Blackwood called "The Insanity of Jones".

 

Come and get it! http://cthulhuPodcast.co.uk

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Drhoz

Been enjoying all the episodes greatly. But by Nyarlathotep, that Stanley is a ****.

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Been enjoying all the episodes greatly. But by Nyarlathotep, that Stanley is a ****.

 

Indeed! He was a total git. If memory serves, Livingstone said of him... "He shoots the blacks like they're monkeys", which about sums up his git-itude.

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FNH

Episode 134 is now ready for download. This includes another segment of the journey to find Livingstone, musical number by Ruth Etting, and the next part of "The House on the Borderland".

 

Download and enjoy :) http://cthulhupodcast.blogspot.co.uk

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FNH

Episode 135 is up and ready to be downloaded. This episode includes the narration of a very short segment from Stanley's hunt for Livingstone and the next two, yes two(!), segments of "The House on the Borderlands".

 

Download and enjoy http://cthulhupodcast.blogspot.co.uk/

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FNH

Episode 137 is out in the wild! We're up to part 7 of "The House on the Borderland", and the second part of chapter 10 of Stanley's trip across Africa looking for that pesky Livingstone.

 

Download, share, enjoy: http://cthulhupodcast.blogspot.co.uk

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Episode 138 is ready for you to download. It contains the next part of Stanley's African adventure and opens with a mutiny! Then a rather scratchy tune from 1929 and then as the main feature the next two parts of "The House on the Borderland"

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FNH

Episode 140 is up and ready for download. In this episode Stanley is considering starting a war of his own, and we have the next part of "House on the Borderland" where our hero puts on his "investigating feet".

 

http://cthulhupodcast.blogspot.co.uk/

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PoC

- and with that I think it's probably time to conclude this long-running thread (since it's little more than a place to drop link).

 

If you're looking for more of FNH's podcasts, simply visit http://cthulhupodcast.blogspot.co.uk/

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