"Genius Loci" is a short story by American writer, Clark Ashton Smith, which first appeared in the June 1933 edition of Weird Tales Magazine. The tale tells of a painter’s strange account of a meadow he felt compelled to draw.
Tune in to terror with the latest installment of HorrorBabble’s “LOST IN THE WILDS OF HORROR” reading series
"The Hunt" is a short story by British writer Jennifer Gill and tells of a young lady’s first hunt of the season, across the sprawling Elderwood Estate, in North Yorkshire.
Tune in for a tale of a man, who, out in the wilderness, apparently dies at the hands of his deceased mother.
This week: The Interlopers by British author, Saki, takes place in the dramatic Carpathian Mountains of Eastern Europe, wherein a pair of feuding landowners vow to put an end to one another.
In this terrifying tale of body horror, an intrepid explorer incurs the wrath of a witch doctor, in deepest Africa.