Thou Shalt Not Suffer A Witch [Afternoon Reading]
Readings from the classic 1949 collection of supernatural short stories by Scottish author Dorothy K Haynes.
|"Katherine felt tired and cold.|
It was only nine o'clock.
The dentist entered silently..." Read by Tamara Kennedy
An eerie journey on the way home from the dentist.
An eerie journey on the way home from the dentist. A short story from Dorothy K Haynes' 1949 collection. Read by Tamara Kennedy.
|02||The Gay Goshawk||20041214||20061022||On reaching the safety of his castle, a knight finds the occupants are not human.|
Read by Finlay Welsh.
A wounded knight struggles to reach the safety of his home.
But the castle only has two remaining occupants, and neither is human.
|03||Pentecost, A Flashback||20041215||20061029||A prayer meeting in wartime Glasgow is rudely interrupted, and the life of the hall caretaker is changed forever.|
Read by Tamara Kennedy.
|04||The Memory||20041216||20061105||"My father said to me, 'Bessie, there's a man being hanged in the street...'." Read by Tamara Kennedy.|
|05 LAST||Windfall||20041217||20061112||A young woman opens the door of her house to a curious and persistent visitor.|
Read by Mark McDonnell.