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The house on Benefit street is shunned. With a dark forbidding exteria, a garden overrun by corrupt weeds and bent malformed trees, it simply looks wrong. The locals know its history, know how many people that house has killed, and fear it.Dr Elihu Whipple is not afraid of the house, he's fascinated by it and its history, and now he's decided to investigate its horrifying secret.

(P)2012 FNH

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  • Eric James Johnson
  • 04-09-17

Classic Lovecraft

Lovecraft's mind is a wonder. Can anyone explain it? Napoleon Herriot has the perfect voice and demeanor to deliver the inexplicable.

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  • wiseraven2000
  • 14-05-15

I love hp Lovecraft he is one of the greats

loved it I think everyone should read this or listen to it 3 or 4 times

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  • 27-03-13

Good Story, Though Poorly Narrated

I'm a true lover of ghost stories, both the old and the new, but I found this audiobook to fall flat and really kill what could have been an exciting tale. I chalk that up to the British narrator who speaks too quickly, and in a monotone voice.
My recommendation would be to slow his voice down if your media player offers that option.