Sinister Tales of Terror Ep. 14 (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.

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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Lurking in the bowels of the Retroist Vault, the Projectionist comforts himself with the dreams of celluloid glory of days gone by. With his assistant, Daniel XIII, in the quiet time of the night he serves as host in what has been dubbed the Haunted Drive-In. Bringing films to the entertainment starved masses the Haunted Drive-In projector roars to life and shines brightly once again...
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