John W. Campbell’s “Frozen Hell”: The Greatest Science Fiction Horror! (Narrated By Jeffrey LeBlanc)

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“The corridor to Comsos House twisted, as did nearly all corridors in Big Magnet, and Powell stood at the entrance again. But they heard, rather muffled, McReady’s sudden shout. There was a savage flurry of blows, dull ch-thunk—shluff sounds. “Bar—Bar—for God’s sake—”And a curious, savage mewing scream, silenced before even Powell had reached the bend.”--John W. Campbell (Frozen Hell)

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Children of Horror,

We can’t help but get icy shivers down our spine when we recall our rea life travels across the Arctic Circle. Waking up on a freezing plane crossing the Arctic after twenty hours flying from the Red Sea was one of our more unique experiences. Leaving the Red Sea, the temperatures were close to one hundred and thirty degrees. Crossing somewhere near the northern Arctic the temps had dropped into minus subzero temperatures.
On that frigid flight we saw white, bleak landscapes, and ominously dark mountains. All these icy visions conjured up the terror of Lovecraft’s “At the Mountains of Madness”, the hopelessness of Jack London’s “To Build a Fire”, and the unhinged paranoia of tonight’s tale by John W. Campbell titled “Frozen Hell” or… “Who Goes There?”

John W. Campbell wrote the terrifying novella “Frozen Hell” or “Who Goes There?” under his pen name Don A. Stuart in 1938. Since then the book was adapted as the films Howard Hawk’s “The Thing from Another World”(1951), John Carpenter’s “The Thing (1982), and a horrible re-make of The Thing (2011).

“Frozen Hell” has 45 more pages than “Who Goes There?” and is the more detailed, ultra-violent, and gory version of this Antarctic science fiction horror.

You are working in the arctic circle. It’s minus thirty-seven degrees below zero outside your room. You are in a dark scientific camp with a monstrous shape-shifting alien on the loose somewhere in the dark. Will you survive this attack from beyond the stars? Or will you become the next victim of The Thing?

Enjoy! -JL

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  1. “McReady raised his head, looked vaguely at the knife in his hand, and dropped it. His laugh was shaky, almost a laugh of relief. “Well, whoever did it can speak up now. He was an inhuman murderer at that—in that he murdered an inhuman. I swear by all that’s holy, Kinner was a lifeless corpse on the floor here when we arrived—but when it found we were going to jab it with the power gadget there—it changed.” –John W. Campbell (Frozen Hell)

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  2. The corridor to Comsos House twisted, as did nearly all corridors in Big Magnet, and Powell stood at the entrance again. But they heard, rather muffled, McReady’s sudden shout. There was a savage flurry of blows, dull ch-thunk—shluff sounds. “Bar—Bar—for God’s sake—”And a curious, savage mewing scream, silenced before even Powell had reached the bend.”–John W. Campbell (Frozen Hell)

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