The Dogcast: The Original Vampire Radio Drama “Dracula” For Your Listening Pleasure!

Howdy Folks! It’s The Kendog here with a hankering for a good old fashioned vampire drama after watching the fun Netflix film “Day Shift.” A fun flick but the vampires (save for the boss lady) were a little underwhelming. I’m correcting that oversight with the best radio adaptation ever to air from none other than Orson Wells and The Mercury Theater On The Air. This takes place the same year as the classic “War Of The Worlds” broadcast but a few months earlier. In many ways it’s just as good as “War Of The Worlds” and in some ways, even better. The captain’s log detailing the terrifying events on The Demeter crossing from Transylvania to London is one of the most chilling dramatizations in radio. So enjoy and feel free to comment either below or on my Facebook Page. So Sayeth The Kendog!

/Mercury Theater On The Air – Dracula – 7/11/1938

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