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2 terrifying scary stories about science experiments gone wrong, and about creatures beyond our wildest nightmares, from a time long since forgotten. The pair of stories in this episode have been masterfully performed by Otis Jiry, our resident master storyteller, in order to provide you a window into a new world which he is about to introduce. This Saturday, December 17, we invite you to join Mr. Jiry along his very own trail of terror, as he unveils his very own horror storytelling program, “Walking in the Dark,” which will be available weekly on SimplyScaryPodcast.com, as well as on the Chilling Tales for Dark Nights YouTube channel, and of course, on iTunes and wherever else podcasts are available. Allow Mr. Jiry to guide you down the darkened path, as together you will go “Walking ...
Humanity has eternal life, at least to some degree. Pseudo-life allows a person to live on after his or her body dies. By routinely visiting a psych-lab to record thoughts in a mind machine, a person can be restored to that moment in a new body. The side-effects, however, should not be ignored. Published January 1952 ~ Galaxy Science Fiction
An illegal science experiment gone horribly wrong ,a dangerous mutant on the prowl, neither the streets nor homes are safe. An ACP and his team working frantically to contain the menace, but do they face the ultimate superhero ? Will this man-made disaster be the death of mankind itself ? Presenting Nemesys-a tale of vengeance , a movie by medicos from one of India's premier medical colleges. Welcome to a world of vendettas, cover-ups and mutant vs mankind
Heavy Interlude by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/) Source: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100515 Artist: http://incompetech.com/
As part of the Documentary Film and Television course, our brief was to reconstruct a classic danish art film named "The Perfect Human" by Jorgen Leth but as a Science Fiction Film. Starring: David Sykes Jessica Pearce with Matthew Jones Written, Edited and Directed by Josh Bennett and Thomas Brooks
A classic Science Fiction tale of advanced technology, anti-gravity, and the nature of impossibility. This work is in the public domain. It was published in the United States between 1923 and 1963, and the U.S. copyright was not renewed. Audio produced by Michael Hanson of WHA Public AM radio, Wisconsin
Rushdie's first novel, Grimus (1975), a part-science fiction tale, was generally ignored by the public and literary critics. More Rushdie: https://www.amazon.com/gp/search?ie=UTF8&tag=tra0c7-20&linkCode=ur2&linkId=98c5625464eac017c8bdd62272e2e545&camp=1789&creative=9325&index=books&keywords=salman%20rushdie His next novel, Midnight's Children (1981), catapulted him to literary notability. This work won the 1981 Booker Prize and, in 1993 and 2008, was awarded the Best of the Bookers as the best novel to have received the prize during its first 25 and 40 years. Midnight's Children follows the life of a child, born at the stroke of midnight as India gained its independence, who is endowed with special powers and a connection to other children born at the dawn of a new and tumultuous age ...
Uller Uprising - FULL Audio Book - by H Beam Piper - Science Fiction Novel Uller Uprising is the story of a confrontation between a human overlord and alien servants, with an ironic twist at the end. Like most of Piper's best work, Uller Uprising is modeled after an actual event in human history; in this case the Sepoy Mutiny (a Bengal uprising in British-held India brought about when rumors were spread to native soldiers that cartridges being issued by the British were coated with animal fat. The rebellion quickly spread throughout India and led to the massacre of the British Colony at Cawnpore.). Piper's novel is not a mere retelling of the Indian Mutiny, but rather an analysis of an historical event applied to a similar situation in the far future. (Summary from John F. Carr's introduc...
Little green men coming out of paint cans,
Phosphate mines and Slaked Lime, 1966, he was sixteen,
it's Central Florida in the era of the dragline,
play it over the pit and dig up more of that green shit,
and trade it with the Russians, who are traditionally hated,
you can imagine that after a few years
that you'd run out of things to say,
and I'll be here every day.
the daughters watch over you,
on a transformer four stories high it walks like a cripple
and turns on its base,
diggin' up that Dicalcium Phosphate.
Travel the blacktop
and you won't have far to go to find an alien civilization,
a creature from a creation that's from outer space.
Sixty foot high for miles around;
one million tons of Phospho~Gypsum tailings rise to the sky.
Nearly half the world's fertilizer once lay beneath the overburden;
it got taken off this sandbar,
and now there's something that's left behind.
Hey, this place is a mess!
'what are you takin' about?
I'll clean it up later.
No, that's not the way it is at all, I'm not a miner I don't care,
man, that's pant of the system, I'm punk,
but who's gonna indict the Wall Street Journal, just me and Bob Ray,
it's just part of the system here on the surface of the planet
and the day has come when there's only work left
There's unlimited sunshine in a bottle of Tropicana,
with his friends and his 'Spooky Tooth' 8-track flipped upside down,
drivin' in his Mercury Monterey down to Lithia Springs,
saying that if we could take the tailings,
and build a building for the New York Stork Exchange,
then we could tell everyone about
how we live in a state that digs Radon by the ton
and you'll be loved by everyone,
and the government will give us a Superfund,