The Howling Man - C. B. Lovehill (Audio CD) Reviews
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The Howling Man is a 2009 Twilight Zone radio adaption featuring Fred Willard and Stacey Keach. It was written by Charles Beaumont (I think this was the first episode not to be written by Rod Serling) and first broadcast as a television episode in 1960. The Howling Man is highly regarded and makes for a suitably atmospheric spooky radio drama. The story revolves around David Ellington, an American on a walking tour through Europe. One night he becomes lost and a terrible storm breaks out, lashing him with rain and wind. He stumbles across a remote Gothic castle that (we soon learn) serves as a hermitage for a strange religious order living there who all wear robes like .. Read the complete review
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