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The Top 20 Audio Dramas Of All-Time

The Top 20 Audio Dramas Of All-Time! (as picked by some stranger on the internet) The first audio drama (aka radio drama) I remember hearing was an episode of CBS Radio Mystery Theater in the 70s. While I have no idea what the story was about, I cannot forget the sound of the creaking door, the haunting strings of the theme music, or the voice of E.G. Marshall. My father and I had been listening to the story while driving. Once we had arrived home, we pulled into the driveway and sat in the car until the story was over.......

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Campfire Radio Theater: “Whispers From Hell”

Campfire Radio Theater: "Whispers From Hell" The latest installment of Campfire Radio Theater has arrived just in time for your Halloween entertainment! "Whispers From Hell" is an entertaining and scary story sure to please fans of the horror genre. As much as I enjoy writing music for horror stories, the ending for this particular episode was great fun to compose! Talk about anxiety-inducing intensity. Sheesh! I have been writing music for the show for around a year and a half now and continue to enjoy the process greatly. Now that the work of rebuilding my home studio has begun, my......

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Campfire Radio Theater: “Night Delivery”

Campfire Radio Theater: "Night Delivery" The latest horror story from Campfire Radio Theater is called "Night Delivery" and is set in the 80s. The story centers around a radio station, a rookie late-night DJ, a mysterious woman in red, and some devilish music! It was a wonderful challenge to assemble music for the story drawing from the archives of Overlook Hotel Records and creating new music. Quite a bit of the music written for the show was played backwards to fit the theme of backmasking. A couple of the tracks used in the story were written by friends of mine......

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Campfire Radio Theater: “Ghosts of Flannan Lighthouse”

Campfire Radio Theater: "Ghosts of Flannan Lighthouse" Writing music is a pleasure. Writing creepy music is even better. Over the last month or so I have worked on just over thirty short pieces of music for the latest episode of Campfire Radio Theater. "Ghosts of Flannan Lighthouse" was written by Campfire Radio Theater creator, John Ballentine, and is based on an actual historical event. The Telegraph (UK) ran a short story about the event which occurred just over 100 years ago. It remains an unsolved mystery to this day. I have seen lighthouses on the coasts of the US and in......

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