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Macabre Mansion Presents… The Fall of the House of Usher

By: Edgar Allan Poe,John Billingsley
Narrated by: Kevin Sorbo,Jim O'Rear,Bonita Friedericy
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Macabre Mansion Presents... The Fall of the House of Usheris an audio drama adaptation of the Edgar Allan Poe's classic short story. This adaptation stays true to Poe's original vision with only minor changes in dialogue.

Driven to the edge of insanity, Roderick Usher believes unknown forces torture his every moment. In a final attempt at finding a moment's peace, he begs his childhood friend to come to his aid. Upon arriving, Roderick's friend discovers all is not what it seems in the macabre House of Usher.

This audio production features a star-studded cast that includes Kevin Sorbo as the narrator, Jim O'Rear as Roderick Usher, Bonita Friedericy as Madeline Usher, and John Billingsley as the doctor.

Public Domain (P)2014 Blackstone Audio, Inc.

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  • 07-03-19

Not how I remembered it

I read this when I was 16 and it was chilling and atmospheric. Reading it again at almost 50, I wasn't much fond of it.