"The Black Kiss" By Henry Kuttner and Robert Bloch (Narrated By Jeffrey LeBlanc)

Published February 24, 2021 45 Views

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We dedicate tonight’s tale by Henry Kuttner and Robert Bloch, “The Black Kiss”, to horror fans Cole Marie and Jesse Ard! Thanks for the great comments. We’ll be bringing you thousands of more stories soon.

Children of Horror,
Graveyard rats squeal in ecstasy as a man is buried alive. Norman Bates still has “Mother” troubles”. In a ghoul’s graveyard, a broken-hearted man searches for his stolen wife’s corpse. While in another tale, an unsuspecting couple satisfy the appetite of the “Hungry House”. Finally, a bewitching secret lies deep beneath a man’s ancient Salem home, as we resurrect the rat gnawed and vampiric corpses of Henry Kuttner and Robert Bloch.

Henry Kuttner and Robert Bloch collaborate on tonight’s tale! Both were masters of horror, science fiction, mystery, and fantasy. Both writers have influenced and inspired so many great writers. These include H.P. Lovecraft, Stephen King, C.L. Moore, Anne Rice, Richard Matheson, Peter Straub, Ray Bradbury, and many more.

Tonight, we bring you the terrifyingly tragic sea tale, “The Black Kiss”. First published in the June 1937 issue of Weird Tales, this slithering sea serpent tale brings a deep, slimy bite. Our story focuses on artist Graham Dean and his troubling dreams of the sea.

As stated in Weird Tales:
“Two popular writers of weird fiction join forces to produce one of the eeriest sea-stories ever written—a story of the thing that swam in the black waters off California, and called itself Morella Godolfo.”

Can Graham Dean stop his California dreaming of the ominous dark sea? Or will he fall prey to the black kiss of the deadly dream weaver--Morella Godolfo? --JL