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Good evening! Welcome to poetry night, Bobtober style. Prepare to be petrified with fear, as I read selected works of putrid poetry from Edgar Allen Poe, Emiliy Dickinson, HP Lovecraft and Robert E. Howard. Six poems in all await you, all sinister, all spookily spectacular. Here they are, in order of appearance –

“Dead Man’s Hate” by Robert E. Howard

“Halowe’en In A Suburb” by HP Lovecraft

“Because I Could Not Stop For Death” and “I Felt A Funeral, In My Brain” by Emily Dickinson

“The Haunted Palace” and “The Raven” by Edgar Allen Poe.

Writhing in between the phantasmal poems are four songs by Sao Paulo, Brazil’s Goddess’ Of Gore, Nervosa. The songs are (also in order of appearance) “Horrordome”, “Vultures”, “Kill The Silence” and a BRAND NEW SONG, “Guided By Evil”. Join me for these repulsive recreations – if you dare.