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Inside this classic horror set, you’ll find disturbing and spine-chilling stories from some of the most beloved horror authors of all time, from Lovecraft’s strange pulp fiction to tales from the 19th century, discover the unsettling world of monsters, ancient deities, and the occult. 

The Gothic horror Dracula, the chilling tale of the Count’s quest to find new blood, and the people who stood in his way. 

H. P. Lovecraft’s fan-favorite Cthulhu mythos, with disturbing short stories including The Call of Cthulhu, The Dunwich Horror, and The Shadow over Innsmouth

Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll and Mr. Hyde delves into Victorian London with a tale of good, evil, and monstrous transformations. 

The Raven, Edgar Allan Poe’s supernatural-themed poem with talking birds, tragedy, and madness. 

Frankenstein, a story about a scientist creating a terrible monster which has stayed in the minds of audiences since 1818. 

One of Lovecraft’s earlier works, The Horror at Red Hook tells the tale of a New York Detective and his encounters with a sinister and supernatural occult. 

When a trip to Antarctica goes horribly wrong, At The Mountains of Madness contains geologist William Dyer’s discovery of an ancient, terrible secret lost among the ice. 

And Lovecraft’s The Dream-Quest of Unknown Kadath, the strange quest of Randolph Carter to find a sunset city in his dreams, which takes him to magical cities, horrifying monsters, and the Outer Gods.

Public Domain (P)2020 Charlie Creative Lab Ltd.

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  • Ernest Vasquez
  • 29-07-20

Woah

The performance of this audiobook was fabulous. Kept me engaged throughout even when the stories themselves got a smidgen slow in some parts. Overall a wonderful classic horror collection. Thanks!

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  • Terry
  • 26-07-20

“I began to fear, horrible fears.” ~ Van Helsing.

Masterful – I listened only to the first book of the collection: Dracula
What more can be said about Bram Stoker’s Dracula? Granted, that mostly everyone knows the story, and have seen the countless movie adaptations of the book. So naturally, I went in it thinking about the 90s movie and came out of it loving the book even more.

Listening to this audiobook version with Michael Stewart was a treat to my ears and soul. It’s hands down one of my favorite audiobooks ever.

I’ll have to admit at first, I wasn’t sure that I was going to like the book. It seemed a bit boring with the journal entries and weather forcasts during one of the scenes. I haven’t read a book where it was almost completely told via character journals and correspondence. But the shock of that goes away and fear and anxiety of each character is portrayed even better through their own thoughts on paper than anything else.

“I am in fear, in awful fear.”- Jonathan Harker

I do believe that Count Dracula’s major role happens in the beginning of the story with poor Harker’s trip to his castle. Even while not having the major interactive presence, the Count is still there in the background causing his terror. He is the fear, the loathing, the doom that surrounds each and every one of the characters. Dracula is causing damage and the day to day journal entries and news stories just adds to the suspense.

Lucy’s character was the one I really felt sorry for. That poor girl, it really was tragic. When Dr. Seward’ and Van Helsing felt confident in their abilities to help her so did I, even though I knew that it was going to end up badly.

I really enjoyed Van Helsing’s curious way of speaking with his most abundant “friend Jon’s” and his fatherly disposition.

The book began with fear and ended with fear.


The aspect that I found boring in the beginning turned into an enthralling storytelling experience. I got to know the makings of each character personally and I really felt sad when the book ended because I would not hear from them again.

Although I loved the movie from the 90s, I do believe the book was better. The ending was totally different and it wasn’t as sexy as Hollywood likes to portray. If you are inclined to read this classic, do so with this audiobook version. Now I’ll continue the journey through this collection!

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  • Betty Murtagh
  • 26-07-20

Best credit I ever spent

Everything about this collection was perfect-the stories chosen, the narration, and the thrill factor. Even though this is very old literature, I wasn't at all bothered by the language. Moreover, though I was expecting the stories to hardly be scary by modern standards, I must admit that listening to this at night (or day for that matter) produced a much better thrill than most horror movies I've seen.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 06-11-20

Classic Stories Done Well

Some performances are amazing, others, not as exciting but overall a great collection and audiobook!

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  • Rebecca Martinez
  • 10-04-21

Very good structure of terror

From my point of view, the author has managed to link the stories perfectly, because although there are some where perhaps the fear and suspense do not reach their highest point, there are other stories where this is reached easily, with this is achieved that the emotions travel like a roller coaster.

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  • David Smith
  • 10-04-21

Excellent interpretation

The role played by the announcer in this series of chilling stories has undoubtedly been the most important since from the first moment he has managed to keep me attentive to the whole story, even when the moment was not the most action-packed or suspenseful of the whole story. My compliments to the storyteller.

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  • Amanda Johnson
  • 10-04-21

My favorite story

The story that I liked the most of all this horror collection was the one about Dracula, being able to listen to the powerful voice of the storyteller telling the chilling story of the count in search of new blood, was something that made me shiver with fear and that is why I liked it so much.

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  • Kevin Lopez
  • 10-04-21

Incredible voice of the speaker

What I liked most about this audiobook, was the voice of the speaker, without a doubt it is the ideal voice for this type of reading related to horror and suspense, the truth is that I really enjoyed this collection and I recommend it without doubts.

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  • Oscar
  • 10-04-21

A collection of horror

If you are one of those people who like terror, suspense and everything related to fear, you should definitely buy this collection of terror, because in it you will find the creepiest stories you have ever heard and that will leave you trembling with fear.

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  • Anne Vierra
  • 29-07-20

Eternally scary!

This is a collection of classics horror. Even thou I have read the books and seen some movies, this Audio version was still scary and the perfect thing to listen to right before sleep. Recommended.

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