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Raconteur Radio also offers a seasonal interactive Haunted Library:

WHAT GOES ON AFTER A LIBRARY CLOSES FOR THE NIGHT? Find out! The only "haunted attraction" of its kind in the world! Guaranteed to scare you lit-less!

Featuring characters from Moby Dick, Titus Andronicus, Metamorphosis, The Woman in White, Don't Look Now, Dante's Inferno, Frankenstein, Annabel Lee, The Invisible Man, The Island of Dr. Moreau, The Masque of The Red Death, Hamlet, The Man Who Laughs, Dracula, Dr. Jekyll & Mr. Hyde, and The Man in the Iron Mask.

With make-up, prosthetics, and props designed by Tom Savini protege Dan Diana.

See Gregor Samsa turn into a clacking, black bug; see Captain Ahab, mad with the hunt, hoist high his harpoon; see the barked bodies of Dante's tree suicides crawl up and out of the Seventh Circle. Then watch Dr. Jekyll's terrifying transformation as Moreau experiments with howling hybrids, and a bound behemoth is jolted to lightning induced life! Plus a consumptive Annabel Lee. And is it a deadly dwarf or the return of a drowned daughter? Find out! Find out!
 
Matt Smith's Frankenstein monster awakens!
"The Haunted Library" requires a minimum of two hours to set up. For more info and fee quotes, contact raconteurbooks@gmail.com

On occasion, Raconteur Radio presents original, fully staged productions of classic works, such as the recent premiere of Nosferatu: the First Vampyre.

Carlyle Owens' Count Orlock draws blood.

Morning takes Owens' Orlock by surprise.
Based on the 1923 German Expressionist film by F. W. Murnau, our stage adaptation additionally draws on Chinese shadow-play, Shakespeare, and explorer/orientalist Richard Burton's translation of Hindu vampire fables to tell the story of Count Orlock, a rat-fanged Romanian looking for love even as he brings a boatload of Black Death to a German village.

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