Footprints

Sinister Tales of Terror Ep. 15 (Footprints)

Hello there, dear listeners. It has come time once more to venture down into the Vault for one of my Sinister Tales of Terror! I am unaware of how the weather might be treating you. However here at the Vault there is a rather nasty snow storm brewing. Which is why I have chosen a tale that I call ‘Footprints’.

With such delightfully horrid weather howling outside these walls. I can assure the best place to be as a matter of fact is beside myself. In front of the roaring fire. Moreover it might even chase away the chills of the story I have to share with you today.

Footprints is a true tale, an incident that occurred in Haddonfield. Many, many years ago during a similar snow storm. In fact we have John Ives to thank for sending me an electronic missive, requesting such a tale.

I want to take a moment and thank The Retroist once again for that charming, moreover vintage artwork for the broadcast. I must assume that he was becoming rather embarrassed over the previous artwork, eh? It is not as if Victor Sage can deliver a radio broadcast properly. To say nothing of supplying the appropriate artwork for my radio program, eh? Heh, heh.

Now I beg of you to extinguish your electric lights. Lean in closer to the soothing glow of your personal radio. As I begin this broadcast for my Sinister Tales of Terror…

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Covers

Sinister Tales of Terror Ep. 14 (Covers)

Hello there, dear listeners. It has come time once more to venture down into the Vault for one of my Sinister Tales of Terror! I realize that many of you that listen to my radio broadcasts might in fact do so before bed. So from my tome for this week I have selected “Covers” as the tale to tantalize or terrorize you with.

We have a rather fetching new addition to the vault. It is as a matter of fact the reason I had to cancel the last broadcast. I was far too busy constructing a fireplace. To better read from my collection of stories of course.
Covers

This story was submitted by Warren McCloud of Goodland, Florida . Furthermore this tale is presented in a different style than our other offerings. Think of it as my having the pleasure of whispering sweet nothings in your ear. Heh. Regardless of the change you can be rest assured that it still will give you frights.

This also marks a return to a shorter broadcast. McCloud’s tale gets straight to the point. Like a dagger to the heart, eh?

I want to take a moment and thank The Retroist once again for that charming, moreover vintage artwork for the broadcast. I naturally must assume that he was mortified by the ‘art’ that Victor was creating for the radio show.

Now I beg of you to extinguish your electric lights. Lean in closer to the soothing glow of your personal radio. As I begin this broadcast for my Sinister Tales of Terror…

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Sinister Tales of Terror Ep. 13 (The Hidebehinds)

Hello there, dear listeners. It has come time once more to venture down into the Vault for one of my Sinister Tales of Terror! I realize that many of you that are hearing my broadcasts are nature lovers. I felt for this episode The Hidebehinds would fit the bill.

In addition to the story, I have included a little local flavor, no extra charge of course. I am nothing if not committed to providing you loyal fright fanatics your moneys worth. Heh, heh, heh.

Our offering for this go around was submitted by Linda Dunsmore. As a matter of fact you should look on The Hidebehinds as a cautionary tale. Furthermore I do cherish the thought that you might listen to this broadcast while out for a walk. Heh.

In addition, much like last week’s broadcast from the Vault. Our story is a little longer than some of the previous tales. I am well aware that many of you prefer the quick touch of fear or you like to get straight to the point. I remind you that I am more than willing to share your very own scary story on the air. You need merely contact me at the Facebooks. Projectionist at the Haunted Drive-In.

By the way, did you notice we have a new bit of art for the show? This was donated to use by none other than The Retroist himself. Perhaps he grew tired of that…doodle…that Victor came up with, eh?

Finally, I believe you will be able to find my broadcasts on the iTunes any day now. It has been submitted to the iTunes Radio Network. Sage informs me that it is being reviewed…to be sure that it is not too frightening for listeners I have no doubt!

Now I beg of you to extinguish your electric lights. Lean in closer to the soothing glow of your personal radio. As I begin this broadcast for my Sinister Tales of Terror…


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Good luck as you leave the Vault. Keep an eye on The Hidebehinds won’t you?


The Hidebehinds

The Projectionist’s Sinister Tales of Terror Ep. 12 (Thump, Thump)

Hello there, dear listeners. It has come time once more to venture down into the Vault for one of my Sinister Tales of Terror! I have chosen a story this week for your listening pleasure that hails from my old stomping grounds. Haddonfield. It is a tale that is entitled Thump, Thump. I do so hope that after listening to it you won’t ignore those strange noises in the night.

This week, we have Josh Martin to thank for submitting this particular story. With Thump, Thump you just might find yourself compelled to move throughout your home. In fact before you listen to my latest broadcast you might want to check the windows and doors. Heh, heh, heh.

Like last week’s broadcast from the Vault. Thump, Thump is a little longer than our typical offering. As a matter of fact if you are like myself and find it hard to embrace sleep this might be the very thing you need. To help you stay awake that is!

Furthermore I believe you will be able to find my broadcasts on the iTunes any day now.

Now I beg of you to extinguish your electric lights. Lean in closer to the soothing glow of your personal radio. As I begin this broadcast for my Sinister Tales of Terror…


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Did you just hear a Thump, Thump? Heh, heh, heh!


Thump, Thump

An Apple

The Projectionist’s Sinister Tales of Terror Ep. 11 (An Apple A Day…)

Hello there, dear listeners. It has come time once more to venture down into the Vault for one of my Sinister Tales of Terror! I have chosen a rather tasty story for you this week. In the light of it being almost Samhain I present a tale of Haddonfield’s past. Concerning something simple as An Apple…
An Apple

We have David Price to thank for this week’s seasonal offering. In the hope that I might educate you better I present “An Apple A Day Keeps The Doctor Away”. Additionally you will learn after listening why Haddonfield citizens keep putting that fruit on their doorsteps during Samhain.

Who knows? In spite of this strange but accepted custom you might actually start doing the same, eh?

I would add that this tale is a little longer than those of late. With this in mind it might be the perfect thing as you walk the streets during your trick or treating. Furthermore you should be able to listen to my broadcasts upon the iTunes within the week!

Now I beg of you to extinguish your electric lights. Lean in closer to the soothing glow of your personal radio. As I begin this broadcast for my Sinister Tales of Terror…


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