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Teeth

After two years I finally went to the dentist. My teeth are clean, I have a jacked filling that needs repairing and I think I’m finally going to get my one wisdom tooth ripped out of my head.

Above is a charcoal drawing I did recently of some plaster teeth…that I came home to find Jason making…in his own mouth. So yes, those are Jason’s teeth.

Enjoy some dentist themed horror radio shows.

Fear on Four – Day at the Dentists

Nightfall – The Dentist

Teeth are an interesting thing. You don’t realize how important they are as a child…how easy they are to loose. They are often your first reminder of mortality and decay, and a common theme in nightmares. I sometimes, when stressed out, have dreams of my teeth falling out of my head.

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Cat People -The Woman as Aloof Beast

I love my horror radio plays. They go from exquisite to terrible, but the medium is amazing and tends to force writers into efficiency.

But some are bad, and some return to the same tired themes. Below are some of my favorite terrible ones. In all of them the story is based weakly on the idea that women are naturally associated with our favorite selfish house pet, the cat.

I’m sure someone with more writing talent than I could write an entire paper on the topic. I’m content to roll my eyes and laugh.

Cat Woman – The Creaking Door

Queen of the Cats – The Mysterious Traveler

The Weekend – Macabre

Alley Cat – Lights Out

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Winter Horrorland – Chilly and Scary Radio Stories

They are a bit late, but I am finally updating with more radio plays. All scary and all related to winter and cold weather.

I love this one, but beware. The sound quality isn’t too great.
The Horn – Fear on Four

His Last Card – Fear on Four

The Snowman Killing – Fear on Four

Sometimes I miss eating turkey…sometimes I don’t.
Gobble Gobble – Fear on Four

This series is an older one. The sound quality is very…hollow.
The Werewolf – Weird Circle

I hope you enjoy them. I of course don’t own any of this. They are free to download or play in a new window. You can also find more at the Internet Audio Archive.