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Welcome ….to…. Dweller of the Dark!
We are a channel honoring the yellowed and blackened bones of many prominent authors. We will be digging up several obscure, strange, and forgotten authors who influenced many of the great horror, science fiction, and fantasy writers today.
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Children of Horror,
The season of Halloween has arrived! To celebrate we will be presenting one poem nightly of the best Halloween poems ever conjured to terrify and delight! And remember, devilishly devoted to horror…and Halloween, may your souls always be!
Our eighth episode is H.P. Lovecraft’s “Nemesis”. Enjoy!
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Thro’ the ghoul-guarded gateways of slumber,
Past the wan-moon’d abysses of night,
I have liv’d o’er my lives without number,
I have sounded all things with my sight;
And I struggle and shriek ere the daybreak, being driven to madness with fright.–H.P. Lovecraft