June 8, 2021
Back once again with parts two and three of Arthur Machen's masterpiece 'The Great God Pan'. This time we delve into the curious history of a young girl with a habit of getting up to mischief in the wild woods of Wales. In part three we (finally!) get to the streets of London where a young man about town delves into the mystery of his long lost college friend, whose mysterious bride may be more than meets the eye.
And if all that leaves you wanting more, we end the episode with a brief look into the life and times of Arthur Machen and we discover how his occult writings influenced the works of George Lucas, Alan Moore and Aleister Crowley.
June 7, 2021
This time I am trying something a little different, as we explore the folk horror classic 'The Great God Pan' by Arthur Machen. A victorian tale of ancient gods, mad scientists, foggy London streets, occult rituals and death!
In this first episode we read the first part (of 8) of this short story, and introduce the hero of the piece, the god Pan.
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April 22, 2020
Hello! This episode we travel around Soho Square, have a swim with a merry monarch, disappear into a WW2 bunker, and read a book from another dimension.
April 20, 2020
Hello! Just a short episode today, where we take a jaunt into the history of the wonderful Cabman's shelters you will have seen dotted around London. We pay a visit (maintaining a safe social distance) to the Earl of Shaftesbury, join the Victorian London cabmen for a drink, and potentially share a sandwich with Jack the Ripper.
July 2, 2019
This time we take a look at the hidden geometry and occult designs present in the Cenotaph in central London
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October 28, 2018
As we start our Journey into the darker parts of London History proper; we cross Green Park to Buckingham Palace, and meet pagan gods, monsters, ghouls and ghosts, before ending with a Royal investigation into visitors from other planets.
July 28, 2018
A quick bonus episode, not looking at a place but at a person! Rev. Charles Davies published many works on the occult side of Victorian London. From summoning Satan to officiating at an execution, we take a look at his groundbreaking 1875 book 'Mystic London: Phases of Occult life in the Metropolis'
June 5, 2018
In which we lay our scene. We start in the heart of the city, and walk in the footsteps of Roman legionaries and the heroes of Ancient Greece.