Robert Bloch Egyptian Tales--Episode 1 "The Faceless God" (Narrated By Jeffrey LeBlanc)

Published November 20, 2020 27 Views

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A terrified man encounters the curse of Scarabaeus after stealing a mummy. A father and son pay a terrible price for angering the god Anubis. And a robber of tombs is left to die alone in the desert after encountering the Faceless God, as we unwrap a series of Egyptian tales from Robert Bloch. These may make you want to call your mummy.

We present our series “The Egyptian Tales of Robert Bloch” which focus on Robert Bloch Egyptian tales published from 1936 to 1938 for Weird Tales. It’s no doubt the 1932 script by John L. Balderson for Universal’s “The Mummy” cursed Bloch to write his own horrific canon.

For our first episode we present “The Faceless God”. This lurid tale published in the May 1936 issue of Weird Tales began the Bloch Egyptian series.
As stated by Weird Tales:
A tremendous story of a fearful trek across the Egyptian desert, and the malignant stone idol that waited for the doctor’s return.

The story concerns an evil dealer in antiquities, Doctor Stugatche, and his expedition to a forgotten statue in the desert. The statue belongs to a god so vile that all record of the being was erased.

Can Dr Stugatche and his team find the statue of the Faceless God? Or, will he become another victim to Nyarlathotep?--JL