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December 28, 2010

Greetings, loyal listener! We hope you’ve stopped in to check for another episode of TALES FROM BEYOND THE PALE as you do every Tuesday. Well, not to dissapoint, but the next and final episode of this season will launch next week. Seems some of us at Pale HQ were making a bit too merry these last few days and forgot to put the finishing touches on Ashley Thorpe’s THE DEMON HUNTSMAN. We hope you can find something to do with yourself in the meantime, and we expect to see you back on January 4th. Until next time, listener, wishing you a happy new year

December 21, 2010

This week’s tale comes from the mind of TALES producer and co-curator Glenn McQuaid himself. It should delight fans of the odd and off kilter with a robust soundscape that may leave some listeners waterlogged and groping for terra firma.

With this tale we take a much needed week off before wrapping up Season One in the New Year with Ashley Thorpe’s THE DEMON HUNTSMAN.

Until then, wishing you pleasant dreams…

December 14, 2010

We are very pleased that our newest tale is from the Glass Eye Pix in house sound designer and all around talent Graham Reznick. THE GRANDFATHER was written, directed, designed, scored and mixed by Graham (with a final polish by Jeff Sellye and DIGit Audio. Graham’s piece was also the first show to record back in August when Angus Scrimm stepped into our LA Studio, The Hobby Shop, to record the role of the Grandfather.

December 7, 2010

100% medically acurate, Paul Solet’s tale is sure to strike a cord with those who have a hankering for physical perfection… For the rest of us, a thrilling ride through the mind of one of horror’s true up and coming auteurs.

November 30, 2010

We knew it would have to happen eventually: TALES host and producer Fessenden offers his own audio drama with the haunted tale of childhood THE HOLE DIGGER.

Meanwhile, the TALES blog at FearNet continues to roll out posts from all our collaborators, most recently and deliciously an awesome peak into the creative process of our graphic artist Gary Pullin.