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Tales to Terrify No 107 (108 and 109) Scott Nicholson

February 7, 2014 by Tony C. Smith

Tales to Terrify, Show 107 (108 and 109), Nicholson, Tour of the Abattoir, New Art and Ten Terrifying Minutes

Coming up:

Good evening  0:00:40

New Art, “Cold Comfort” by Jason Wren  0:02:07

A Tour of the Abattoir with Mike Allen  0:03:58

…and a something of a rebuttal  0:20:44

Fiction:  “You’ll Never Walk Alone” by Scott Nicholson, narrated by Antoinette Bergin  0:23:47

Ten Terrifying Minutes  0:49:16

Pleasant dreams  0:59:08


This week’s pertinent URLs:

Jason Wren:  www.idea-design.fi

Mike Allen:  descentintolight.com

Scott Nicholson: http://www.hauntedcomputer.com

Antoinette Bergin:  @Netti_Bergin

Jesse Livingston:  Athousandlifetimes.com


  1. What a fine “Tour”, Mike Allen! I’ve only dabbled in Black Sabbath, so this detailed, horror-emphasizing discography was especially useful. I have been enjoying playing through tracks I haven’t really listened to before.

    Larry, what a vile and hilarious rejoinder. To explore the metal world, may I recommend the Map of Metal site, http://mapofmetal.com/#/home ? It offers a nice visualization of the field’s surprising breadth and history. (If it helps, my own musical background is pretty eclectic, including classical and punk)

    “You’ll Never Walk Alone”: this time I agree whole-heartedly with Larry. My zombie tale expectations are usually pretty low, but Scott Nicholson took us in powerful directions: the App. background well realized, the protagonist richly, sadly vivid; the concluding catastrophe utterly affecting. Antoinette Bergin did a grand job.