Jeffrey LeBlanc Horror Collection (Fiery New Novel Coming Soon!!!)

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“Oh, how I remember the blood!”–Jeffrey LeBlanc (Ice in the Veins)

Welcome….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,

Tonight, in preparation for a new horrific novel unlike anything we’ve written before, we are presenting a collection of our earlier horror stories. In the meantime, let the images hint at our new horrific work.

Enjoy!

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  1. Each tale on the podcast has its own episode. Now back to the new novel!
    “And, on that first winter breaker, of Grand Isle’s coldest winter…Pierre Santiny plunged into the sea and was seen no more. But none on the island will ever say he died!”–Jeffrey LeBlanc (The Mariner of Caminada Pass)

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