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Daryl Castillo narrates this tale from the anthology Daylight Dims (see links under to obtain a copy of this remarkable book!), about a group of mariners named in to help an ailing whaling ship and its crew, who are caught at sea in the midst of a terrible storm. When they arrive on the scene, however, they encounter far more than they bargained for.

“Residence From the Sea”
Author: William Meikle
Narrator: Daryl Castillo
Sound Design and style: Craig Groshek
Post-Production: Craig Groshek
Artwork: Craig Groshek

Story © William Meikle
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Author William Meikle is a Scottish genre writer now living in Newfoundland. He has 20 novels and a number of hundred brief stories in genre presses, anthologies and magazines.
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Image from page 49 of “The year’s at the spring an anthology of recent poetry” (1920)
Identifier: yearsatspringant00walt
Title: The year’s at the spring an anthology of current poetry
Year: 1920 (1920s)
Authors: Walters, L. D’O. (Lettice D’Oyly), b. 1880 Clarke, Harry, 1889-1931, ill Monro, Harold, 1879-1932 Brooke, Rupert, 1887-1915 Davies, W. H. (William Henry), 1871-1940 De la Mare, Walter, 1873-1956 Hardy, Thomas, 1840-1928 Hodgson, Ralph, 1871-1962 Masefield, John, 1878-1967 Stephens, James, 1882-1950 Yeats, W. B. (William Butler), 1865-1939
Subjects: English poetry
Publisher: New York : Brentano’s
Contributing Library: University of California Libraries
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om at her feet, She blesses us with surprise. I by no means get in between the pines But I smell the Sussex air Nor I never come on a belt of sand But my property is there.And along the sky the line of the Downs So noble and so bare. A lost issue could I by no means uncover,Nor a broken issue mend : 39 rHE r E J RS AT • THE • SPRING And I worry I shall be all alone When I get towards the end.Who will be there to comfort me Or who will be my buddy ? I will collect and cautiously make my friends Of the males of the Sussex Weald,They watch the stars from silent folds, They stiffly plough the field.By them and the God of the South Nation My poor soul shall be healed. If I ever become a wealthy man. Or if ever I grow to be old,I will construct a house with deep thatch To shelter me from the cold.And there shall the Sussex songs be sung And the story of Sussex told. I will hold my property in the high wood Within a walk of the sea.And the men that have been boys when I was a boy Shall sit and drink with me. HILAIRE BELLOC 40

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AI.l. I A5K IS A UINDV DAY H II lilt Ullllt CLOUDS FLYING THE ■ r.EARS ■ jr ■ THE ■ SPRING Sea Fever I Must go down to the seas once more, to the lonelysea and the sky,And all I ask Is a tall ship and a star to steerher by And the wheels kick and the winds song and the white sails shaking,And a grey mist on the seas face, and a grey dawnbreaking. I need to go down to the seas once again, for the contact of the running tideIs a wild contact and a clear contact that may not be denied And all I ask Is a windy day with the white clouds flying,And the flung spray and the blown spume, and the sea-gulls crying. I must go down to the seas once more, to the vagrantgipsy life, 41 r HE rE ARS AT THE S P RING To the gulls way and the whales way where the • winds like a whetted knife And all I ask is a merry yarn from a laughing fellow-rover, And quiet sleep and a sweet dream when the long tricks more than. JOHN MASEFIELD

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49 thoughts on “House FROM THE SEA | Scary Stories | Daylight Dims Horror Anthology Audio Book”

  1. A fantastic tale and well told. Sea creature tales are the most terrifying of all to me. I have a great fear of open water, be it a lake or an ocean. Most terrifying moment of my life was when I rode a jetski with my sister. I thought it would be fun until I got on. I could almost "feel" something under us. I could do nothing but clutch onto my sister. How easy it would have been for something to drag us under…swallow us whole…

  2. the monsters are lifted from HG Wells "the Sea Raiders" but its great nonetheless, particularly the infested sperm whale…

  3. "The lead boat capsized." A boat made entirely of lead might sink before it capsizes.  "The lead (as in foremost) boat capsized" makes more sense.

  4. Very interesting story, quite chilling indeed!

    No offense intended, but I can tell that the "mother" (spoilers) is the sound of the tripod from 2005 War of the Worlds. But I don’t care; it works so well.

  5. Finally, another I really enjoyed. A 7/10 from me. My cousin is barely listening to these at this point, but I know there are some more gems in the playlist!

  6. Man, for some reason I just LOVE this story, a great narrator, wonderful antagonists, and the ending of even more horrifying things yet unknown. VERY Lovecraftian!

  7. This story was, quite basically, a typical monster movie distilled to its necessary parts, minus the exposition, the unnecessary romance, the sex scenes, and the halfassed attempts at character development. It delivered everything that such a film would promise, while being handily bite-sized, briskly paced, and all the better for it. Well done!

    I especially appreciate how there was nothing supernatural about the threat, nor any terribly bizarre sci-fi concepts. The creatures are something that could very easily exist in real life. Even the ending wasn’t a huge stretch.

    Essentially, this is what almost all B-movie creature features strive to be.

  8. A WONDERFUL story, being a Lovecraft fan I couldn’t help but appreciate the design of the monsters. I also like sea stories.

  9. I like these sea stories. The ocean has always spooked me, so these tales really put a chill on me. Keep up the good work.

  10. Great story, really exciting (love sea monsters)! Love this narrator’s voice, accent and reading style, too ?

  11. Lol i thought i was listening to the story about the home from the Sean turns out it was a surfboard commercial

    ((ugh caps lock!!! sorry)

  13. the narration was fantastic but I didn’t find the story very scary it was more interesting than anything

  14. I always thought that this man I once met was just drunk or crazy, or both but hearing these stories sent a shudder down my spine. This is what I remember.

    I was staring at the ocean while on a family trip. "Aye, she is what she is and she does what she does, if she wants you, she’ll get you" an old salty Irish sea dog once told me as we stood on the coast in Ireland looking out at the Atlantic ocean.
    "Who’s that?" I said, thinking he was talking about his wife or some loose woman.
    "The keeper of the deep" he said.
    I stared on out to the ocean for a few seconds, trying to think of something to say, when I turned to ask him about what he said he had tears running down his face, he looked angry.
    "She took my son, my son in law and she taunted me for years",
    "I see them when I sleep, if I can get to sleep….if she lets me sleep….the keeper of the deep".

  15. viewer 1 ‘3’ never happened before… Id like to thank the academy for bestowing this chance occurrence on me :O

  16. This one rocked. It really was told well and I could see these nasty creatures coming after these men and the horror of it all! The scene with the mother in the end was equally chilling to me! A+ short horror tale!

  17. I like how this story sounds like a Lovecraftian nightmare; tentacled beasts of nightmares, seascaped, loss of sense of time and space. The narration is exceptional for this story, and the story itself is very much full of suspense, even if the monster is one that had to be overcome and not the men themselves.

  18. Curiosity… have ya gotten Mr. Nightmare, BlameItOnJorge, BeBusta, CreepsPlays and other horror genre Tubers to narrate stories?

  19. I just watched a two part movie today called the Beast, involving giant squid; for some reason this reminded me a little of it. Maybe because they were only babies and their mumma was calling to them; for those that don’t know in the movie they kill a giant squid that turns out to only be a baby, its mumma ain’t happy.

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