13 O’Clock Presents The Witching Hour: Shuddersome Stories of Sinister Science

“From Beyond” by H.P. Lovecraft
Published in The Fantasy Fan (June 1934)

“Dr. Heidegger’s Experiment” by Nathaniel Hawthorne
Published in Twice-Told Tales (1837)

“The Jelly-Fish” by David H. Keller
Published in Weird Tales
Volume 13, Issue 1 (1929)

“The Facts in the Case of M. Valdemar” by Edgar Allan Poe
First published in The American Review
(December 1845)

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Some of you may remember my short story collection The Associated Villainies, which I published way back in 2011. Well, I have recently published a second edition, complete with four extra stories, a new cover design, tweaks and corrections to the stories, and a cooler interior layout. Here are the print and ebook versions, and the audio book version is now available here!

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13 O’Clock Episode 72 – The Russian Sleep Experiment, Plus Tic Tac UFO

It’s the first episode of 2018, and things are about to get REAL creepy. Creepypasta, that is. After a brief and topical discussion of the recent “Tic Tac UFO” story that grabbed the headlines, we’re delving into the story of the infamous Russian Sleep Experiment. According to lore, a group of scientists working in Russia in the 1940s decided to subject a group of men to some extreme sleep deprivation combined with the use of an experimental stimulant gas. Spoiler alert: shit didn’t go too well, and an insane and shocking bloodbath ensued. But did this horrific experiment ever really happen? Tom and Jenny are on the case, so brew up the stimulant of your choice and try to stay awake for episode 72.

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Clip at the beginning: The Russian Sleep Experiment Official Short Film. Song at the end: “Never Sleep Again” by The Crest. Link to the 1940 film Experiments in the Revival of Organisms.

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