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I just searched amazon and there is also an audio version of Night Shift, read by John Glover.  My favourites are Jerusalem's Lot and The Mangler.

Yeah - but I would have to buy it, I'd rather read it and make it personal rather than go the commercial sounding route. That's what made us big in the beginning, that we interacted, and paid attention to the listeners. (Granted I haven't been able to do it lately because of work but my boss OFFICIALLY approved my vacation on 10-31 and 11-1!)

*dances*

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try to get the leatherbound complete tales of mystery and imagination, the raven and other poems.

nice feel to it when reading, good looking.

the raven is ok, but maybe the tell-tale heat or the cask of amontillado for stories, or one of the other shorter ones.

or a longer one. you have 36 hours....

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"Careful With That Axe, Eugene" Pink Floyd

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AC5_eJV2zJo

" Don't Fear The Reaper"   Blue Oyster Cult

"Clap for the Wolfman"  GUESS WHO

"Season of the Witch" Donovan

"Voodoo Chile or Voodoo" Child Jimi Hendrix

water :I think this is one of the best horror short story books I have read.Some are short & some not so short.

"The Dark Descent " by David Hartweek

I thought I would add Table of Contents

Introduction

PART I: The Color of Evil

"The Reach," by Stephen King

"Evening Primrose," by John Collier

"The Ash-Tree," by M. R. James

"The New Mother," by Lucy Clifford

"There's a Long, Long Trail a-Winding," by Russell Kirk

"The Call of Cthulhu," by H. P. Lovecraft

"The Summer People," by Shirley Jackson

"The Whimper of Whipped Dogs," by Harlan Ellison

"Young Goodman Brown," by Nathaniel Hawthorne

"Mr. Justice Harbottle," by J. Sheridan Le Fanu

"The Crowd," by Ray Bradbury

"The Autopsy," by Michael Shea

"John Charrington's Wedding," by E. Nesbit

"Sticks," by Karl Edward Wagner

"Larger Than Oneself," by Robert Aickman

"Belsen Express," by Fritz Leiber

"Yours Truly, Jack the Ripper," by Robert Bloch

"If Damon Comes," by Charles L. Grant

"Vandy, Vandy," by Manly Wade Wellman

PART II: The Medusa in the Shield

"The Swords," by Robert Aickman

"The Roaches," by Thomas M. Disch

"Bright Segment," by Theodore Sturgeon

"Dread," by Clive Barker

"The Fall in the House of Usher," by Edgar Allen Poe

The Monkey," by Stephen King

"Within the Walls of Tyre," by Michael Bishop

"The Rats in the Walls," by H. P. Lovecraft

"Schalken the Painter," by J. Sheridan Le Fanu

"The Yellow Wallpaper," by Charlotte Perkins Gilman

"A Rose for Emily," by William Faulkner

"How Love Came to Professor Guildea," by Robert Hichens

"Born of Man and Woman," by Richard Matheson

"My Dear Emily," by Joanna Russ

"You Can Go Now," by Dennis Etchison

"Three Days," by Tanith Lee

"Good Country People," by Flannery O' Connor

"Mackintosh Willy," by Ramsey Campbell

"The Jolly Corner," by Henry James

PART III: A Fabulous Formless Darkness

"Smoke Ghost," by Fritz Leiber

"Seven American Nights," by Gene Wolfe

"The Signal Man," by Charles Dickens

"Crouch End," by Stephen King

"Night-Side," by Joyce Carol Oates

"Seaton's Aunt," by Walter de la Mare

"Clara Militch," by Ivan Turgenev

"The Repairer of Reputations," by Robert W. Chambers

"The Beckoning Fair One," by Oliver Onions

"What Was It?," by Fitz-James O'Brien

"The Beautiful Stranger," by Shirley Jackson

"The Damned Thing," by Ambrose Bierce

"Afterward," by Edith Wharton

"The Willows," by Algernon Blackwood

"The Asian Shore," by Thomas M. Disch

"The Hospice," by Robert Aickman

"A Little Something for Us Tempunauts," by Philip K. Dick

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A reading of Stephen King? Sounds appropriate.

How about something from Everything's Eventual?

If you want, PM or e-mail me an address and I'll send you the book.

Yeah, another great collection of short stories. Well, I suppose they are all good, but I am most definitely bias. I always liked "L.T.'s Theory of Pets," but that is not necessarily the most festive of the bunch. "Riding the Bullet" is a good one too. :-D

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water; I think these libraries might be near you.Not completly sure on that.I know you said you didn't use the library .I think you should look at this book even if you don't read any of the stories on the air.

http://search.clevnet.org/web2/tramp2.exe/see_record/A0m6r31c.008?server=1home&item=2&item_source=1home

The link didn't work exactly right.Select main page & type in  "The Dark Descent "

It is the one by David Hartweek

FallowEarth;I put a copy of "Everything's Eventual" on hold at my library.They will call when it's checked back in.Looks interesting.I think you posted it or philp did.You seem to know about it anyway.

I posted several songs .If you want more I could post some.

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*is getting ready*

:D

Witch Doctor Lyrics

I told the witch doctor I was in love with you

I told the witch doctor I was in love with you

And then the witch doctor, he told me what to do

He said that

Ooh-ee-ooh-ah-ah, ting-tang-walla-walla-bing-bang

Ooh-ee-ooh-ah-ah, ting-tang-walla-walla-bang-bang

Ooh-ee-ooh-ah-ah, ting-tang-walla-walla-bing-bang

Ooh-ee-ooh-ah-ah, ting-tang-walla-walla-bang-bang

I told the witch doctor you didn't love me true

I told the witch doctor you didn't love me nice

And then the witch doctor, he gave me his advice

He said that

Ooh-ee-ooh-ah-ah, ting-tang-walla-walla-bing-bang

Ooh-ee-ooh-ah-ah, ting-tang-walla-walla-bang-bang

Ooh-ee-ooh-ah-ah, ting-tang-walla-walla-bing-bang

Ooh-ee-ooh-ah-ah, ting-tang-walla-walla-bang-bang

You've been keepin' love from me just like you were a miser

And I'll admit I wasn't very smart

So I went out and found myself a guy who's so much wiser

And he taught me the way to win your heart

My friend the witch doctor, he taught me what to say

My friend the witch doctor, he taught me what to do

I know that you'll be mine when I say this to you

Ooh-ee-ooh-ah-ah, ting-tang-walla-walla-bing-bang

Ooh-ee-ooh-ah-ah, ting-tang-walla-walla-bang-bang

Ooh-ee-ooh-ah-ah, ting-tang-walla-walla-bing-bang

Ooh-ee-ooh-ah-ah, ting-tang-walla-walla-bang-bang

You've been keepin' love from me just like you were a miser

And I'll admit I wasn't very smart

So I went out and found myself a guy who's so much wiser

And he taught me the way to win your heart

My friend the witch doctor, he taught me what to say

My friend the witch doctor, he taught me what to do

I know that you'll be mine when I say this to you, oh baby

Ooh-ee-ooh-ah-ah, ting-tang-walla-wal

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water; I think these libraries might be near you.Not completly sure on that.I know you said you didn't use the library .I think you should look at this book even if you don't read any of the stories on the air.

http://search.clevnet.org/web2/tramp2.exe/see_record/A0m6r31c.008?server=1home&item=2&item_source=1home

The link didn't work exactly right.Select main page & type in  "The Dark Descent "

It is the one by David Hartweek

FallowEarth;I put a copy of "Everything's Eventual" on hold at my library.They will call when it's checked back in.Looks interesting.I think you posted it or philp did.You seem to know about it anyway.

I posted several songs .If you want more I could post some.

hey baby doll - can you get the book, and copy it on a printer and mail the copies to me? I'll PM you the addy if you are willing!

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FallowEarth;I put a copy of "Everything's Eventual" on hold at my library.They will call when it's checked back in.Looks interesting.I think you posted it or philp did.You seem to know about it anyway.

Cholla, if you like Stephen King's fiction, you will probably enjoy his short stories a lot.  Everything's Eventual and Night Shift were mentioned here.  Skeleton Crew and Nightmares and Dreamscapes are also excellent collections.  He also has collections of stories which are in between novels and short stories (novellas), such as Different Seasons.

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hey baby doll - can you get the book, and copy it on a printer and mail the copies to me? I'll PM you the addy if you are willing!

water ;I don't have a printer right now but even if I did it would be cheaper to buy the book.It's a large book a little over 1000 pages.It has a lot of shrt stories.The copy I read came from the local library.But if you don't like to use the library which is one way to get some use out of your taxes.

Amazon has it used for 3 dollars plus shipping.

Or are you a desperate library criminal that the library police are after because you owe book fines?

                                                        ;)  :haha:

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water ;I don't have a printer right now but even if I did it would be cheaper to buy the book.It's a large book a little over 1000 pages.It has a lot of shrt stories.The copy I read came from the local library.But if you don't like to use the library which is one way to get some use out of your taxes.

Amazon has it used for 3 dollars plus shipping.

Or are you a desperate library criminal that the library police are after because you owe book fines?

                                                        ;):haha:

:-P No, but i't s huge pain in the neck to keep getting library access everytime that I move. :haha:
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Quit moving water, or are you a desperate criminal in that way also?  :shock:

Maybe you don't get along with neighborhood associations like me. That is why I moved to the country. I hate the paint colors they pick out for you to use.  :tongue2:

And if I want pool rights, I will just dig up a pond for the kids.  :haha:

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water;Since you have kids in school most school libraries can get what they wany from the public library.So even without a library card one of your kids could probably get it that way if your local public library has it.

I guess my problem is I do use my library.They have something called interlibrary loan.I use it mostly for movies but I have gotten a few CD's that way too & copied them .I have got movies from as far as Oregon.All free if you don't count the property tax I pay to support the library.

You pay it too even if you rent because the landlord passes it on to you in higher rent.

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