A young couple takes a Halloween seaside break, where they spot a ‘Used Gravestone For Sale’ in the small ads. Their subsequent purchase, and journey with it through the streets of Bridlington, becomes a nightmare – worse still, an evil force stalks them.
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Oh, I Do Like to be Beside the Seaside was written by Alyson Faye.
It was originally published on the Horror Tree, and as a reprint in Siren’s Call e-zine, October 2018.
Her fiction has recently appeared in the anthologies – Diabolica Britanica, Feral, Trickster’s Treats 4, Colp:Black, Grey and Holiday Horror Book Five: Dark Halloween.
Her work has also been read on BBC Radio, local radio, and on several podcasts like Ladies of Horror, and is available as audio downloads on The Casket of Fictional Delights.
Her writer’s blog is at https://alysonfaye.wordpress.com/
This episode was narrated by Elizabeth Suggs, for more from Elizabeth head over to www.editingmee.com
Also, her publishing company Collective Tales publishing are taking submissions for their next anthology. Head over to www.collectivedarkness.com to submit.
Jimmy Horrors was performed by James Barnett.
The Stuttering Man now Samuel was performed by Mike Rickard from the Stories of Strangeness podcast. Just search for it wherever you find your podcasts or head over to www.storiesofstrangeness.com
This episode was edited and produced by James Barnett.
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