In this episode of Macabre Reviews, I review H.P. Lovecraft's short story "The Dreams in the Witch House." Lovecraft's work is entirely in the public domain, so you can read it at the link below:
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(That being said, this is a trial episode of "Macabre Reviews," and unfortunately, the video didn't turn out nearly as well as I had hoped it would, so it's unlikely that I'll make more unless a surprising number of people like it.)
Thanks for Kevin MacLeod for providing the background music to this video, "Cryptic Sorrow." Visit Incompetech.com to listen to a large collection of his music for free, all of which is fantastically composed and highly recommended.
If you're interested in reading my own short stories some of which are macabre and some of which are not, you can find them at www.shallice.com.