Tag: halloween special

Halloween Ep. – The Ghost Ship by Richard Middleton

Welcome to our third annual Halloween special here at the Maritime History Podcast. Rather than choose a grim, frightening, or eery tale, this year I felt that a more lighthearted fare was in order. This story was written by an Englishman named Richard Middleton. It tells of a quiet countryside village named Fairfield where the townsfolk are as comfortable with… Read more →

Halloween Ep. 2.0 – Manuscript Found in a Bottle by Edgar Allan Poe

Welcome to our second annual Halloween special here at the Maritime History Podcast. This year I opted for a nautical tale by the ever-popular American author of the macabre, Edgar Allan Poe. Some people love this tale, some hate it, but no matter your side, this is a proper sea-tale of weirdness, “ghosts” and an underlying current of horror, so,… Read more →