12 Creepy Tales
This is a collection of 12 creepy stories by that master of creepiness, Poe. The Black Cat; The Fall of the House of Usher, The Raven; The Tell Tale Heart, The Masque of the Red Death, the Premature Burial and six others that are a shuddering delight to read and listen to. Turn off the lights, settle down and hear these stories read to you as only LibriVox readers can perform them. (Summary by Phil Chenevert) (5 hr 8 min)
Read by Ann Boulais
Read by Pamela Krantz
Read by Debra
Read by Eden Rea-Hedrick
Read by Rhonda Federman
Read by Elizabeth Klett
Read by Peter Yearsley
Read by Blake Curran
Read by Novella Serena
Read by nkneer
Read by Piotr Nater
Read by Eden Rea-Hedrick
I feel like most people are just being quite rude about the readers. If you don't like it, don't listen to it! Better yet, volunteer yourself. stop being rude just because it makes you feel better about yourself.
lots of critics not ti many wonderful voluntees
well this lady did volunteer her time and I for one enjoyed it alot and I appreciate her time and effort. so from an appreciative listening audience thank you.
These tiny few who hatchet the narrator are to be pitied. One can "critique" without such awful and self revealing vitriol. These comments say far more about the extreme non-security of the reviewers than about the lady who read the material well and volunteered to do so. It may be that you expected a "strong" male voice and were disappointed. PR maybe you disagree with the approach of sounding like the narrator is reading to a small group. MAYBE. I have been a narrator / actor / broadcast journalist for 45 years. Won awards in all those fields. I would not read this in the same way as this lady. BUT... RULE ONE in doing books aloud is..? Know your voice strength and weakness for the project. Know the author intent and fit your reading delivery to each. This lady did just that. If you would prefer Charles Laughton or Alexander Scour by, go find such a recording and buy it.
fantastic readings I thank them Mr poe I think would be pleased to know that in the year 2013 we still read the publication. T
I love this lady shs is great. Takes me back to school age days. Reading with Mrs. B was my favorite
A new reader for every take was pleasant and helped to distinguish each from the next. All well read.
I love the readers hate it or love . they help me also sleep good
I usually don't like creepyish things, but I love everything Edgar Allan Poe. Good work Mr. Poe.