“One For The Road” By Stephen King (Narrated By Jeffrey LeBlanc)

So have your drink, and then my advice to you is to keep right on moving north. Whatever you do, don’t go up that road to Jerusalem’s Lot. Especially not after dark.–Stephen King

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Children of horror, follow me as we cross the ghoul guarded gateways, the labyrinth of the lost, and the decrepit crypt into that cherished abyss that is moonlight, swamp, and darkest night. Forever are we outsiders to this world and the coil that is man. And, for that relish in the strange, the grotesque, and the unnerving as we push ever farther, without a torch, flashlight, or candle into shadowed waterways, fog-fetid bayous, and amongst moss-covered oaks. These truly are our home.

Our name is LEGION horror fans for we are many. My LEGION, walk the cobwebbed, cyclopean stairs with me. Climb the bat filled bell tower on the expanse of endless night wind. And fly through mists into ancient cypress as we learn the mysteries of creatures in the dark.

I promise, as we splash and lumber through the darkness, to protect you from the ghastly ghouls within.

Well…maybe.

After howling at a leprous moon, we went digging deep into a vampire’s grave for tonight’s horror master. Our undying master’s time is long overdue. May he terrify you tonight as he has so many.

A quiet town falls prey to a plague…of vampires. A doctor resurrects roadkill and far worse in an ancient burial ground. And, a comatose man awakens with a supernatural gift to save humanity. These are just a few of the terrifying creations by the “King of Horror”, Stephen King.

Stephen King, is the author of several horror, supernatural fiction, crime, science fiction, and fantasy novels. He’s the rare, undying horror master who has gained immortal fame with sales of over 350 million copies. Stephen’s works have been adapted into films, television series, miniseries, and comic books. He’s published 61 novels, and over 200 short stories.

Like his mentors Richard Matheson, Joseph Payne Brennan, and others, Stephen King has won numerous awards. King was awarded several Bram Stoker Awards, World Fantasy Awards, and the British Fantasy Society Awards. He received the Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters from the National Book Foundation. Further awards were the Grand Master Award from the Mystery Writers of America, the National Medal of Arts from the U.S. National Endowment for the Arts, and World Fantasy Award for Life Achievement.

“One For The Road” is a terrifying tale by Stephen King first published in the 1977 March/April issue of “Maine”. Later the short story was placed in the 1978 collection “Night Shift”.

The tale focuses on an elderly man named Booth and the strange rescue of a stranded family in a blizzard. The family’s vehicle is stuck in a snow drift…near…Jerusalem’s Lot.

Can Booth and Tookey Tooklander recover the Lumley family in time for last call? Or will Salem’s Lot sink its teeth into new victims?

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