Robert E. Howard’s “Rattle the Bones”—A Solomon Kane Tale: Episode 1 (Narrated By Jeffrey LeBlanc)

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We dedicate tonight’s episode, Robert E. Howard’s “Rattle the Bones”—A Solomon Kane Tale, to “Lovecraftian Disciple” The Eldritch Horror, “Master of Malevolence” Matias Delgado, the “Mistress of the Macabre” Cole Marie, and the “Carnivorous Creator” Butterfly Crafter. Devilishly devoted to horror, may your souls always be!

Conan the Barbarian battles the evil sorcerer Thoth Amon. John Kulrek suffers a witch’s sea curse. And, Solomon Kane has a terrifying time at a tavern, as we open the gates of Hell for Robert E. Howard. Tonight, we begin our scorched and fiery sojourn with Solomon Kane. Our collection should give you many sleepless nights. We begin with the bone-chilling “Rattle of Bones”. Enjoy! -JL

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