A watchmaker tells of his boyhood job at the famed American Museum of P.T. Barnum, and how a demon was acquired for the menagerie. Originally published in Strange Tales V. Theme music by Deus ex Vapore Machina, additional music by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com).
First show of the new format. Mr. Underby welcomes you to the gallery and presents two new stories for Valentine's Day.
Love is a Masterpiece by Chris Kelworth read by Garnet Psaltery.
This Peculiar Way of Hers by Joel Arnold ready by Travis I. Sivart.
Theme music by Deus ex Vapore Machina.
Sir Emerson and the Squire entertain an odd customer on Christmas Eve at the Gangplank and present three original stories written by New Babbage and Caledon residents. Test of the Magi by Emerson Lighthouse. A Christmas Clockwork Secret by Nyree Rain. Spare a Penny by MacKnight Culdesac. The Christmas Penny by Maxwell Grantly. Music by Jon Sayles, Kevin MacLeod, and MacKnight Culdesac.
Vic Mullins narrates. Title music by MacKnight Culdesac, additional music by Kevin MacLeod and the MusOpen.org project.
What a Christmas it was. Mr. Mornington tells of the success of the Brunel Hall party, while across town at the Gangplank, the Squire tries to balance the books at the Gangplank. Miss Ginsburg reads The Strategy of the Were-wolf Dog by Willa Cather, and Mr. Pearse reads a tale of arctic exploration by the famed Madam Blavatsky. Original music by Canolli Capalini, MacKnight Culdesac, and Kevin MacLeod.
Junie Ginsburg tells a tale that HP Lovecraft said "approaches the absolute culmination of loathsome fright.” Music by Kevin MacLeod.