"Picture this place. A bare, black rock. One hundred twenty feet long, maybe forty wide. That's at low tide. At high tide, just the lighthouse, rising one hundred ten feet straight up out of the ocean. And there was a hot, dank, rotten smelling wind that came at us day and night off the jungle swamps of the mainland. A wind that smelled like ... death. A wind that had smelled the slow and frightful death that came one night to this bare, black rock . . ."
Three men. An isolated lighthouse off the coast of South America. A desolate ship on the horizon. Millions of unwanted visitors.
Join the One Act revival of this classic in radio horror. HONORABLE MENTION from the 2004 Ogle Award panel for excellence in audio horror and/or fantasy.
released October 31, 2004
Story by George Toudouze
Adaptation by James Poe
Music composed and performed by Clark Stiefel
FULL CAST RECORDING
Running time 30 minutes