#74 – A Light in the Darkness by Gary Buller


We can’t leave Christmastide without a proper ghost story. Michael Whitehouse narrates.


(Yes, it’s late. So very, very late.)

Author Gary Buller is an author from Manchester England where he lives with his partner Lisa and daughters Holly and Evie. He grew up in the Peak District where the hauntingly beautiful landscapes inspired him to write. He is a huge fan of all things macabre, and loves a tale with a twist. He is a member of the Horror Writers Association.
Twitter: @garybuller
Website: http://www.garybuller.com

Narrator Michael Whitehouse is a writer, filmmaker, and voice-over artist from Glasgow, Scotland. He spends most of his time writing supernatural fiction, though occasionally dabbles in other genres when the story leads him there. He is s also the founder of Ghastly Tales, which has both a horror fiction podcast and YouTube channel.

Music & Sound:

Theme Song: Ashes Ashes by Deus Ex Vapore Machina

Sunset at Glengorm, Long Road Ahead by Kevin Macleod/incompetech.com

Artists Garret, Abyssal Gaze, Rise of the Ancients by Tabletop Audio/tabletopaudio.com

Excelsior Lang Syne by The Holiday Squad/freemusicarchive.org

Some sounds effects via Pond5.com

Read about the real locale which inspired this story: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Snake_Pass

Curiosities No. 5 (Horror Issue) is available in digital and print-on-demand formats.

Much gratitude to our 2018 staff for steering the Gallery through its third year –
Andrew McCurdy – First Reader, Editor, Interviewer
Kris Law – voice of Osgoode Underby
Jed Dagger – First Reader
Steadman Kondor – First Reader
Kevin Frost – Lead Editor, Audio Producer

April 2019 is reading month. Please read the guidelines before sending in your manuscripts.

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