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A young woman finds it hard to stop quarrelling with her husband at Christmas - but is the warning voice she hears her own...or someone else's?
This is an audio presentation (with music and sound effects) of "The Snow" by Hugh Walpole (1929).
The first in a series of "festive" frighteners read by Jasper L'Estrange...
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About the episode:
"The Snow" by Hugh Walpole. First published in "Shudders", edited by Lady Cynthia Asquith (pub. Hutchinson, 1929). Later collected in "All Souls' Night" by Hugh Walpole (pub. Macmillan & Co., 1933).
Credit where credit's due:
Giant Wyrm by Kevin MacLeod
License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-licenseIncidental music:
It Came Upon a Midnight Clear by Kevin MacLeod
Sound effects: All sound effects sourced at Freesound.
The recording was created using Audacity and BandLab. Podcast hosted by Anchor.