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Will Murray's Pulp Classics #41
Terror Tales Audiobook
Hugh B. Cave Book 1
Read by Milton Bagby. Liner Notes by Will Murray

Although born in Britain, Hugh B. Cave grew up in Boston, Massachusetts. He began writing in the late 1920s, and soon became a very prolific pulp writer. Specializing in crime stories at first, he gravitated to Weird Tales and the so-called Shudder Pulps. Cave’s reputation only grew over the following decades, during which he racked up some 40 novels and over one thousand short stories in every genre imaginable.


Cave’s interest in the weird took a different turn in the post World War II era when he relocated to Haiti and became interested in the mysterious religion of Voodoo. He wrote one of the earliest sympathetic inside books on Voodoo, titled Haiti: High Road to Adventure, followed by a bestselling novel on the subject, The Cross and the Drum.


Stories in this first Hugh Cave compilation of Weird Menace classics ripped from the crumbling pages of Terror Tales date from before his encounters with the dark religion. Whatever supernatural rites Cave may have participated in, it led to him becoming one of the great grandmasters of pulp era fiction––as these suspenseful stories will attest.


Begin the bizarre journey by sailing to a dark rendezvous on Privacy Island, where a retired warden and his former inmates convene in the nightmarish account called “Terror Island.” In “Death’s Loving Arms,” a jungle beast-woman invades civilization to rip and rend and slay in order to satisfy her wonton bloodlust. Thrill to the terrible tale of the innocent churchman who was dragged down to perdition and presented with proof positive that he sold his soul to the Evil One in “Enslaved to Satan.” Finally, prepare for ultimate horror as we enter a long-deserted church which hosts dark, diabolic rites to become “Satan's Sepulcher.”


Read with suitably portentous overtones by Milton Bagby.

Terror Island
by Hugh B. Cave, Read by Milton Bagby
Chapter 1: The Island
Chapter 2: Horror Chamber
Chapter 3: Woman Gone Mad
Chapter 4: Poison Pellets
Chapter 5: A Woman’s Scream
Chapter 6: The Man Who Was Sane
Death’s Loving Arms
by Hugh B. Cave, Read by Milton Bagby
Chapter 1: Jungle Horror
Chapter 2: Marked For Death
Chapter 3: A Woman’s Scream
Chapter 4: The Beast Feeds
Enslaved to Satan
by Hugh B. Cave, Read by Milton Bagby
Chapter 1: Satan’s Covenant
Chapter 2: The Black Coat
Chapter 3: Sworn to Satan
Chapter 4: Blood Message
Chapter 5: Into the Pit
Satan’s Sepulcher
by Hugh B. Cave, Read by Milton Bagby
Chapter 1: Returned from the Dead
Chapter 2: Tomb of the Mad
Chapter 3: The Temple of Torment
Chapter 4: Screams of the Tortured
Chapter 5: Warning of the Dead
Chapter 6: Red Hell of Torture

Will Murray is the Series Producer for Will Murray’s Pulp Classics line of Pulp Audiobooks and Pulp eBooks. Will is the author of over 50 novels in popular series ranging from The Destroyer to Mars Attacks. Collaborating posthumously with the legendary Lester Dent, he has written to date fourteen Doc Savage novels, with Skull Island, Death’s Dark Domain, Desert Demons, Horror in Gold, and The Infernal Buddha now available. For National Public Radio, Murray adapted The Thousand-Headed Man for The Adventures of Doc Savage in 1985, and recently edited Doc Savage: The Lost Radio Scripts of Lester Dent for Moonstone Books. He is versed in all things pulp.

Milton Bagby is a veteran radio announcer and voiceover specialist who first turned to audiobooks in 2010. Since then, Milton has worked on over two dozen audiobook projects as a narrator or producer. Drawing upon years of stage acting and the occasional bit part in films, Milton uses his experience to create characters that stand out in the ear of the listener.

“I am very much aware that a perfect stranger is going to invest eight or ten hours listening to me tell a story. I do my best to give the listener an experience in which the characters in that story come alive and sound real.”

When not behind a microphone, Milton is a writer, having authored dozens of magazine articles and two non-fiction books on topics ranging from Colonial history to the Civil War to architecture. He lives in Nashville.

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