New Royal Occultist Audio Track–”The Maida Vale Mummy”

The Adventures of the Royal Occultist: The Case Files now has two entries, for your listening pleasure. “Owd Hob” and “The Maida Vale Mummy”, ably read by Richard Gough Thomas and Ruth Narramore, with an assist by Erik Crossley in the later tale.  The theme music is ‘Limehouse Blues’, a jazz standard.

As ever, these short audio productions are free to listen to and free to download, though you can donate, should you wish, to show your appreciation for the hard work and hours of fiddling with the audio that went into these.

“The Maida Vale Mummy” was first published in 2013 in Bento Box 11, from Artifice Comics. It is available to download for free.

“Owd Hob” was published in 2013 in the February issue Monster Corral. To read the story in its original form, visit: monstercorral.com/2013/02/16/owd-hobb-by-josh-reynolds/

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2 comments

    1. Yep. All of these ‘Case-Files’ stories are 1000 to 2000 words in length. “Maida Vale Mummy” is a stripped back version of the prologue of The Whitechapel Demon, so it’s probably in the 1200 to 1500 range.

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