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Hallowed Histories Extra - Interview with Chloe McMinn and Emily Taithe

As a companion piece to our last podcast, we present an interview with crusading documentarians Chloe McMinn and Emily Taithe. They were kind enough to come into the Hallowed Histories studio to add background to the disturbing series of mutilations and disappearances that have plagued the campus recently. We're hoping to show their documentary on our site pretty soon, so keep an eye on hallowed-histories.org.

We're also now on Spotify! Just search 'hallowed histories'.

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Hallowed Histories Extra - Interview with Richard Hand and the UEA Radio Theatre Players

Ahead of there production of Frankenstein on the 26th March 2018, Richard Hand and a few members of the UEA Radio Theatre Players dropped by the studio to discuss Frankenstein, the art of foley and keeping up with the Shelleys. Tickets still available, follow some links below:-

 

https://www.cyborphic.com/talos-2018/

https://www.breadandrosestheatre.co.uk/talos.html

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Portrait of Love by Neil Walker - Hallowed Histories Present Ghost Stories for Christmas

The last story in out ghost stories for Christmas strand is a little different. Neil Walker's tale of suicide, artists and a memory-haunted Florence has all the ingredients of a classic macabre tale, but then wrong-foots you into something else entirely.

We're going to be making the short story readings a regular part of the Hallowed Histories line-up, so please keep on checking back. If you're a writer or voice actor who wants to get involved, please contact us at hallowedhistories@gmail.com

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Dark Eyes by Johnny Raspin - Hallowed Histories Present Ghost Stories for Christmas

Next up is Johnny Raspin, with his story 'Dark Eyes'. Johnny is not only a born writer, but also (as you will hear), a born storyteller. He breathes life into this Gothic chiller through his words and his delivery, making you almost feel like you were there. Although given the kind of people who creep the dark corridors of  Chillingham orphanage, where 'Dark Eyes' is set, that may put you a little too close for comfort.

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Episode Two - Black Shuck

In this episode we look at East Anglia's most famous legend, Black Shuck. We find out how this spectral dog went from demonic murderer to traveller's protector and finally to town mascot.

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