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After a yacht catches fire and Paterson swims to the safety of a desert island, he soon finds out he is not the first castaway to wash up on its shores. But what is the secret of the island? And why do NO SHIPS PASS...?
This is an audio presentation of "No Ships Pass" (1932) by Lady Eleanor Smith. It is narrated and produced by Jasper L'Estrange for EnCrypted: The Classic Horror Podcast.
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About the episode:
"No Ships Pass" by (Lady) Eleanor Smith. First published in Cassell's Magazine, April 1932. Collected in Great Short Stories of Detection, Mystery and Horror (1934) edited by Dorothy L. Sayers, published by Gollancz.
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Mary Celeste by Kevin MacLeod
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