Fiddler59 wrote:Hi, I've just recently discovered the miracle of podcasts and love me some Drabble. Really enjoyed the HP Lovecraft stories, they were also new to me. Great narration, like the musical enhancements, but I do have a Drabble Quibble (would that be a Dribble?) with a pronunciation in The Horror at Martin's Beach.
No native to that town calls it Glou-chester. Rather, they rhyme it with lobsta. Where'd you get that lobsta? Got it in Glosta. Similarly, if you ever visit Worcester (also in Massachusetts) you will receive strange looks if you call it Wer-chester. It rhymes with, umm, eh, I don't know WHAT it rhymes with, but you say it Woosta. Like the Roosta when it crows in the mahning.
Just thought you'd like to know. Keep up the good work. I'll pass you the worcestershire sauce.
the mighty twix wrote:Woot Woot!!! WOw that was amazing. This is what good pod-casting is, great story, great narration, and probably the best production yet. I was completely drawn into this story, I had to stop everything I was doing(the dishes) and immediately lie down on the floor to listen.
The PMS Avenger wrote:Am I the only one who was a little disappointed by this story?
strawman wrote:I must admit to feeling a bit let down that the monster stayed submerged. I think Lovecraft tries to evoke a sense of dread/terror that depends on the imagination and unfulfilled anticipation. What worked with our grandmothers may be somewhat different from what works for eyeballs that have seen Alien.
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