People's Guide to the Cthulhu Mythos & Black Clock Audio Tales: Audio Books, Science Fiction, Folklore, Gothic Literature, Cl

People's Guide to the Cthulhu Mythos & Black Clock Audio Tales: Audio Books, Science Fiction, Folklore, Gothic Literature, Cl

Published by: DB Spitzer PGttCM.com
500 Episodes | First Released: Mar 17 '19
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Jeffrey Williamsburg
Jun 17
Rating:   2
Abysmal podcast

If you’re interested in weird fiction or the Cthulhu Mythos don’t waste your time with this rambling incoherent nonsense.

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Drunk Satan Robot
Mar 24
Rating:   10
Spooky stuff

A podcast with spooky audio books!!!

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Deidre D
May 31 '19
Rating:   2
Wanted to like this

This podcast sounded like interesting ideas (readings of fiction and interviews), but the host is really obnoxious. I can’t get past that.

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xchickadeex
Mar 27 '19
Rating:   10
So interesting!

These guys are so fun to listen to! And informative! I always learn something new. And now that it’s daily, I’m really enjoying discovering all this great literature. I loved the Ken Hite episode!

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Ghoulsbite
Jul 4 '18
Rating:   2
I wanna like you!

I love WHAT you do and What you try to do. I just wish you’d cut back on the commentary while you two read (poorly, don’t you edit?) nothing pulls you out of the horror mood like flubbed words or SJW commentary about what a misogynist /racist Lovecraft was. Ugh we get it already...

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Lumberjack_Nick
May 11 '17
Rating:   2
Came back, still can't do it

I was excited when I found this podcast a few years ago but was greatly disappointed to find that the host just rambled for most of the podcast and rarely talked about the subject manner. I was excited again to find that the podcast was back and hoped the host had figured out how to host a podcast. But I was sad to find that the host still rambles a lot. Not sure if the podcast gets better in the later episodes. I'll check out the readings at some point, but my advice: Write down what you're going to say before the podcast so that you can narrate. Also please remove back catalogue, especially the first series. People will go to the start of your podcast feed and I bet you lose a lot of potential listeners because that stuff just isn't listenable. I feel the host is trying to be like Burry Photos, but banter only works when you have someone to bounce off of.

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Threeapple
May 8 '17
Rating:   4
Pointless rambling

Long stretches of silence followed by babbling. I gave it the best shot I could.

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Cary NC fan
Sep 6 '16
Rating:   10
Loved it !

This is a lot of fun. The host does his research well and delves into a lot of esoteric and side trips of the Cthulhu Mythos. I am a huge fan of H.P. and have learned a lot. Well worth the time !

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Henryhastur
Jul 26 '16
Rating:   10
Worst MLP Podcast EVAR!

But not a bad HPL Podcast. If you like the Cthulhu Mythos, semi-coherent rambling, and fourth wall breaking editorial interjections this podcast won't make you want to kill yourself. What is it? Think of HP Podcraft after about five fat blunts of the dankest med-grade MJ.

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