Happy Halloween - Listen To David Tennant Read Vampire Stories


Happy Halloween! We hope you all have a suitably spooky day. To get you in the mood here's some tales of vampires read by David Tennant!
They're bloody fang-tastic...


Bewitched by Edith Wharton. Saul still goes out to see his previous girlfriend...even though she died years ago.

The Girl With The Hungry Eyes by Fritz Lieber concentrates on the magnetic power of the vampire.

A Lot Of Mince Pies by Robert Swindells focuses on a group of carol singers who visit the same cottage every year.

The Lady Of The House Of Love by Angela Carter a virginal English soldier, travelling through Romania by bicycle, finds himself in a deserted village.



Dead Persons In Hungry
David Tennant reads Antoine Calmet's accounts of real Vampires, gathered from people across Europe who believed they had seen the creatures with their own eyes.


The Family Of The Vordalak
Gorcha sets off on a mysterious mission but tells his family not to accept him if he should return after 10 days - for then he will be a vampire.

The Horla
Guy de Maupassant's striking psychological tale enters the world of the Vampire and how it corrupts and destroys the brain.

Luella Miller
Luella Miller seems incapable of helping herself. But everyone who comes to her aid soon ails and dies in their efforts.

Clarimonde
In this true struggle between good and evil, heaven and hell, Theophile Gautier creates a whirlwind world of sensuality, seduction and rampant vampirism. 

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