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Marley's Ghosts

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Well in celebration of the Holiday I thought it was time to share my name sake with the world in this bonus episode! The Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens.Happy Christmas and A Merry New Year!
What is wrong with Jekyll? what killed Lanyon? Where is Hyde? The mystery builds!Instagram @marleys_ghostsTwitter @GhostsMarleyemail [email protected] Well!
Tonight we continue with kind doctor and savage Mr. Hyde.Instagram @marleys_ghostsTwitter @GhostsMarleyemail marleysghostspodcast @gmail.comSleep Well!
It's been a year! thank you to everyone who listens and has stuck with me for a year. Because it's my favorite month I'm going to do something a little different and tell a longer story in multiple parts. Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde has been a favo
The scariest part is how long his mom was pregnant for!Gihilihili: The Snake Man is a myth from the Tusti people of RwandaInstagram @marleys_ghostsTwitter @GhostsMarleyemail [email protected] Well!
50 episodes!!! What? So of course I celebrate that milestone with a little madness and Poe.The Tell Tale Heart - first published in 1843Edgar Allan Poe - Brilliant, Fragile and Complicated Instagram @marleys_ghostsTwitter @GhostsMarleyemail mar
Would you invite Death to your wedding?The Gray Man - First published in The White Heron and Other Stories in 1886Sarah Orne Jewett - an American author born in Maine and became well known for her subtle short stories about country life.Instagr
A nice mix of old spooky horror and science-fiction!The Beast Of Averoigne - First published in 1933 and is a tale of an Eldritch MonsterClark Ashton Smith - an american author, poet and sculptor. He is best known for his work the Cthulu Mythos
A "friendly" neighborhood ghost? A Ghost That Will Not Down - 1919. First published under a collection of stories called Some Real American Ghosts by an anonymous author.Instagram @marleys-ghostsTwitter @GhostsMarleyemail [email protected]
The instructions were so simple!The Dead Wife - is an Iroquois legend. I found it in a little book called the Yellow Fairy Book so it doesn't have an official publish date or even an official author. Instagram @marleys_ghostsTwitter @GhostsMarl
This one is juicy, whahaha! I crack myself up!Aurelia; or, The Tale of a Ghoulwas first published in 1820 by the name "Vampirismus". I'm glad the named changed because our monster isn't a vampire and is indeed a ghoul. Yes I'm that kind of mons
Pro tip: if you see bones surrounding a place you are trying to get to- you don't want to get to that place!Garden of the Gods - a recent publication in a collection of stories called "Strange Lands"Ed Burkley - a PhD in social psychology and h
Tick Tock!The Clock first Published in 1928William Fryer Harvey - an English author (I know big surprise) who is most famous for writing the Beast with Five Fingers considered by many to be a minor masterpiece.Instagram @marleys_ghostsTwitter @
You are either going to love it or hate! Mwah!Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy: was originally a radio program for the BBC in 1978It has also been a TV show, movie, comic book, and video game.Douglas Adams: English author and pardon me while I g
There are 460 calories in a pint of blood, that's a pretty extreme diet programThe Vampyre published in 1819 and was part of the contest that also produced Frankenstein.John William Polidori - and English writer and Physician who is considered
A naturally occuring oubliette, hmmm how convenient, I mean terrible, yes terrible!The Murder Hole was first published in February of 1829 in Blackwoods Edinburgh magazine.Catherine Sinclair - was most famous for being an evangelical philanthro
A toast to old friends gone by and a promise kept!The Last Man's Club - first published in The Black Cat periodical in 1905 Robert M. Clutch is a bit of a mystery and seems to have only published 2 stories. Perhaps his ghost will make a visit a
I love all Japanese ghost stories! They are so much scarier than western european stories!Mujina first published in 1907Patrick Lafcadio Hearn - was born in Greece, raised in Dublin and moved to Japan and became a Japanese citizen changing his
We are back out to sea! And revenege is a dish best  served on cold (iceburgs will do!)This weeks episode is dedicated to one of my favorite podcasters who passed away unexpectedly last week. Dan from Real Life Ghost Stories Podcast. Listening
Please forgive the  interuption, I'll be back next week with more dreadtime stories.Sleep Well!
Napoleon a dictator, a complex and a tasty dessert. Quite the hat-trick!Napoleon and the Spectre was first published in 1833 and strongly embrasses the classic gothic genre.Charlotte Bronte - It's nice to have another female author. Especially
This takes being afraid of the dark to a whole new levelHe! first published in 1883Our Author - Guy de Maupassant (or Henri Rene Albert Guy de Maupassant - he was crowned  the heir apparant to Edgar Allan Poe! His life is fascinating and tragic
Would you fear the family curse?The Astrologer was first published in 1899 in a collection of stories called The Tales of Terror!Our Author- Dick Donovan making his second appearance. this is the nom de plume for J.E. Preston Muddock and is act
Good Dog!!!The Warning first published in Armada Ghosts 1978.Joyce Marsh - She is a mystery! Lots of spooky stories credited to her but not a single trace of anyone actually being her.  Oh maybe she's a ghost, they say write what you know.insta
The Ghost has something to say!The Moonlit Road - first published in 1907 in Cosmopolitan Magazine - not exactly the regular what color lipstick makes a man love me kind of fair that we see now. I wish they'd go back to publishing ghost stories
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