Tune in to Episode 5 of HORROR AT THE POLES with "Prunes" by C. P. Howard. “The water between the lighthouse and the island started to freeze, and the lone watchman looked on in horror...”
First appearing in Harper’s magazine in October 1868, Harriet Prescott Spofford's "The Moonstone Mass" describes an unnamed narrator’s attempt to cross the Northwest Passage, which, unsurprisingly, results in a series of unusual events.
Clark Ashton Smith's "THE ICE-DEMON" tells the story of a hunter who seeks to plunder jewels from a glacial tomb.
First published in 1906, The Republic of the Southern Cross tells of a disastrous epidemic in a supposed Antarctic utopia.
First published in the May 1943 edition of Astounding Science-Fiction, "Ghost" tells of an attempted exorcism at a center of science in Antarctica.