D. J. Swales Gothic & Other Tales

Author D. J. Swales shares the same name as Dracula's first Whitby victim. Discover his audio-drama podcast, a Top 20* hit in over 12 countries. Fans of dark fiction will love BARATANAC, a suspenseful supernatural horror and historical fantasy No. 1 Best Seller from the FITZMARBURY WITCHES series: https://geni.us/Part1print. Fans of the quirky and offbeat will love PEOPLE OF BLOOMSBURY, the author's first heartwarming speculative fiction book inspired by Japanese popular fiction. Author's books, Patreon, and media links: https://linktr.ee/djswaleswritesbooks *ApplePodcasts. Chartable2020

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episode 1: EP 1 | CHERRY TREE OF THE SIXTEENTH DAY | Japanese Ghost Stories | KWAIDAN | Audio Fiction |


KWAIDAN: STORIES AND STUDIES OF STRANGE THINGS

Listen as DJ Swales, author of BARATANAC, narrates this audio drama of personally selected Japanese ghost stories from Kwaidan. First published by Irish writer Lafcadio Hearn (Yakumo Koizumi) in 1904, Kwaidan is Japan’s most famous, widely read, and beloved collection of ghostly folklore and superstition...


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 2020-10-12  5m
 
 

episode 2: EP 2 | RIKI BAKA | Japanese Ghost Stories | KWAIDAN | Audio Fiction |


KWAIDAN: STORIES AND STUDIES OF STRANGE THINGS

Listen as DJ Swales, author of BARATANAC, narrates this audio drama of personally selected Japanese ghost stories from Kwaidan. First published by Irish writer Lafcadio Hearn (Yakumo Koizumi) in 1904, Kwaidan is Japan’s most famous, widely read, and beloved collection of ghostly folklore and superstition...


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 2020-10-15  6m
 
 

episode 3: EP 3 | OSHIDORI | Japanese Ghost Stories | KWAIDAN | Audio Fiction |


KWAIDAN: STORIES AND STUDIES OF STRANGE THINGS

Listen as DJ Swales, author of BARATANAC, narrates this audio drama of personally selected Japanese ghost stories from Kwaidan. First published by Irish writer Lafcadio Hearn (Yakumo Koizumi) in 1904, Kwaidan is Japan’s most famous, widely read, and beloved collection of ghostly folklore and superstition...


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 2020-10-26  5m
 
 
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