Pan Horror Classic: Saki’s “The Music on the Hill”

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“I don’t think you were wise to do that,” he said reflectively. “I’ve heard it said that the Wood Gods are rather horrible to those who molest them.”–Saki (The Music on the Hill)

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Children of Horror,
Tonight, we raise pandemonium digging up that mischievous master of the macabre—Hector Hugo Munro. Or, as he may be known to most, Saki. We bring you his devilishly delightful “The Music on the Hill”.


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