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An Oxford student, Heyling, visits a village in the Cotswolds for a restful break...but what is the truth behind the folk song and dance practiced in the old market square, and what is the secret of the ancient barrow in the field?
This is an audio presentation of "Randalls Round" (1929) written by Eleanor Scott. It is narrated and produced by Jasper L'Estrange for EnCrypted: The Classic Horror Podcast.
"Randalls Round: Nine Nightmares" by Eleanor Scott is available to buy from the British Library: https://shop.bl.uk/collections/british-library-fiction/products/randalls-round-nine-nightmares-by-eleanor-scott
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About the episode:
"Randalls Round" by Eleanor Scott, first published in Randalls Round, published by Ernest Benn, 1928.
Credit where credit's due:
Podcast image courtesy of Picture House Photography. Used with permission.
The Old Ones by Scott Buckley | www.scottbuckley.com.au | The music (mp3 downloads) found on scottbuckley.com.au is made available under the Creative Commons ‘Attribution 4.0 International’ (CC BY 4.0) License
Randalls Round song written and performed by Jasper L'Estrange
Sound effects: All sound effects sourced at Freesound.org
The recording was created using Audacity and BandLab. Podcast hosted by Anchor.