Tribute to Ray Bradbury
In honor of his recent passing, we will present two short stories written by Ray Bradbury. From 1946 comes, "The Night", one of his first works to be published in the slick paper fiction magazines, selected at the time for publication by a young editor named Truman Capote. On a hot summer night, a young boy and his mother wait for his older brother to return home. As they go out into the night to look for him, the young boy begins to realize that there are dangers lurking in the darkness.Reading this story is Mrs White. Our second story, will be read by Fortunato, and is entitled "The Foghorn"(1951), an old lighthouse keeper, and his new assistant, realize that their fog horn is attracting something monstrous from the primeval depths of the ocean. Elements of this story were adapted to the screen as "The Beast From 20,000 Fathoms", and it has influenced many surrealistic, giant monster movie masterpieces from "Godjira" to "Cloverfield" and "The Host."
- Title: Ray Bradbury Tribute
- Length: 46:32 minutes (42.61 MB)
- Format: MP3 Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)