Cassandra Harold

Goblin Market – Unpleasant Dreams 50

Join Cassandra on a journey to the mysterious Goblin Market on this edition of Unpleasant Dreams! This classic was written by Christina Rossetti and released in 1862. Thank you for listening and please share the show your friends!

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The Yellow Wallpaper – Unpleasant Dreams 49

The Yellow Wallpaper is a horror tale from 1892 which details a woman’s decent into madness. Yet, it is much more and is considered a classic of feminist literature. The author is Charlotte Perkins Gilman and you can find the full text at Project Gutenberg. Your narrator is Cassandra Harold. Thank you for listening and share…

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A Christmas Carol – Unpleasant Dreams 48

A Christmas Carol is perhaps the most loved classic holiday story of all time. Cassandra shares her narration of the full version of Ebenezer Scrooge’s tale by Charles Dickens. This episode includes the complete story. Enjoy this super sized Christmas edition of Unpleasant Dreams. Merry Christmas and God Bless Us Every One!

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A Voice In The Night – Unpleasant Dreams 43

A terrifying tale of a lost soul on the sea crying for any help he can find for himself and his doomed wife. Cassandra Harold narrates the classic short story, “A Voice In The Night” by William Hope Hodgson. Please share this episode with your friends who love classic horror!

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A School Story – Unpleasant Dreams 42

Classmates exchange mysterious tales about their “ordinary” Latin teacher. Their banter spirals into a gripping saga of ghostly encounters, where reality blurs with the realm of the unknown. Cassandra Harold reads this classic tale, A School Story by M.R. James on this edition of Unpleasant Dreams. You can find the short story here: https://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/9629 Here’s wishing you pleasant dreams!!!

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A Midnight Visitor – Unpleasant Dreams 39

A man gets a most unwelcome visitor late at night! Cassandra Harold is your narrator. You can find A Midnight Visitor by John Kendrick Bangs at The Gutenberg Project: https://www.gutenberg.org/cache/epub/8377/pg8377.html Follow Cassandra’s new Instagram here: https://instagram.com/unpleasant_dreams_podcast Thanks for listening and please share the show with your friends! And…may all your dreams be pleasant!

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The Fall Of The House Of Usher – Part Two – Unpleasant Dreams 36

Cassandra narrates the Edgar Allan Poe classic, The Fall of the House of Usher. This episode is part two! You can find part one HERE. Cassandra Harold is your narrator. You can find The Fall of the House of Usher at Project Gutenberg: https://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/932 Follow Cassandra’s new Instagram here: https://instagram.com/unpleasant_dreams_podcast Thanks for listening and please share the show…

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August Heat – Unpleasant Dreams 34

A man experiences the “strangest day of his life” and we are witnesses to this tale worthy of The Twilight Zone. The heat can do strange things… August Heat was written by W. F. Harvey in 1910. You can find the text at Project Gutenberg Australia here: http://gutenberg.net.au/ebooks06/0605761.txt Cassandra Harold is your narrator. Follow Cassandra’s…

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Afterward – Part One – Unpleasant Dreams 32

An American couple comes to England hoping to find a haunted manor. Did they find it? Listen to this episode of Unpleasant Dreams to find out! Written by Edith Wharton in 1910. Source: https://www.gutenberg.org/files/306/306-h/306-h.htm Cassandra Harold is your narrator. Follow Cassandra’s new Instagram here: https://instagram.com/unpleasant_dreams_podcast Thanks for listening and please share the show with your friends! And…may all your…

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The Monkey’s Paw – Unpleasant Dreams 30

For Season 3, Unpleasant Dreams is back with a new format! Cassandra is now turning her attention to classic spooky stories! This week she shares the cautionary and terrifying tale of The Monkey’s Paw by W.W. Jacobs. Be careful what you wish for! You can find The Monkey’s Paw at Project Gutenberg here: https://www.gutenberg.org/ebooks/12122 Thanks…

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