119 – A Journey of Little Profit by John Buchan

It’s Christmas, so we’re back in New Babbage for a very Scottish weird tale. #weird #Christmas #vintageHorror

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Author John Buchan (1875-1940) 1st Baron Tweedsmuir, was a Scottish novelist, historian, and politician, and served as the Governor General of Canada. His most famous work is The Thirty-Nine Steps.

Reader Vic Mullin is a 40something Scotsman who is usually surrounded in a cloud of vapour from constant e-cig usage.  He is generally found editing youtube videos for his channel ‘Vaping with Vic’ or, as Vic Mornington, rebuilding his famous hotel in New Babbage.

00:01 Tuning the Interocitor
00:32 Welcome to Brunel Hall
02:19 Opening Epigraph
02:55 The cattle market of Inverness
05:05 Duncan Stewart begins his tale

Black Waves by Darkness Prevails Podcast
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Medieval Town by Table Top Audio
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Elegant Dinner Party by Table Top Audio
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The following music was used for this media project:
Music: A Solemn Meadow by Tim Kulig
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Ballad for Classical Strings (envatoElements)

The following music was used for this media project:
Music: Patience by Tim Kulig
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Music: InMyHead by Lilo Sound
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The following music was used for this media project:
Music: We Wish you a Merry Christmas by Kevin MacLeod
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