Listen to the graphic horror play by Bill Gray, "Gerald". A child, Gerald, has an evil imaginary friend, Tom. As a team, Tom captures the souls of those Gerald has killed. Gerald's parents fail to notice his sociopathic tendencies, even when their dog and his friend Ricky, are found dead.
Listen to the 1875 victorian short story, "The Case of Mr Lucraft" by Sir Walter Besant and James Rice. Interpreted and dramatized by P. Norman Cherrie's play, "The Appetite of Mr. Lucraft". Allow the characters to transport you back in time.
Listen to this unique and twisted play of urban transportation, "Cemetery Stop" by Margery Stewart. A bus driver struggles after the death of his wife. He starts being late and missing stops on his regular route. All seems dull in life until he notices something strange on his route.
Listen to Don Dickinson and Allan Guttman's haunting play, "Welcome to Homerville". A lonely trucker, RC, is on his way to Homerville. When fellow truckers and others along the way are horrified of his destination and beg for him to avoid visiting Homerville at all costs.
Listen to this small town tale of horror. Fifty years after a town suffers a number of murders, the killings begin again. Some of the elderly townspeople believe that the murderer is back, and may be in a supernatural form.
Listen to the short story, "Assassin Game" by John G. Fisher. Set in the future, the world is controlled by rival corporations. They test college students on their potential to become future executives. However, when one student rejects a job offer, the corporation doesn't take no for an answer.
Listen to the play, "The Book of Hell" by Mavor Moore. Two editors and the president of a publishing company receive an odd manuscript from an author who has been dead for two years. The book tells of his first-hand experience in Hell.