When I was a young lad, on Sunday nights, if the weather was clear, you could catch an AM radio station from New York broadcasting Mystery Theater or something like that.
These were not horror stories, but usually, crime or mystery stories done with actors and sound effects and cool stingers. I loved that stuff because a boy’s imagination is never better than between the ages of six and twelve. That magical time before we discover girls or worry about things like being “cool.”
For me, those years were between 1972 and 1978. It was a great time for horror and I arrived at my teenage years about the same time as Michael Myers was slashing up his old neighborhood, Jason was terrorizing Camp Crystal Lake, and we learned that space aliens were a lot scarier than they had been in the 50’s and 60’s.
Graveyard Radio is my homage to those old radio shows of yesteryear. A collection of audio short stories from my upcoming anthology of the same name.
And while it is all under construction, please enjoy this preview of a story titled: Reflections.