Get absorbed into the story with cool props
Cover art by HPLHS illustrator Darrell Tutchton
Dark Adventure Radio Theatre
The Dreams in the Witch House

"Whether the dreams brought on the fever or the fever brought on the dreams Walter Gilman did not know."

Dark Adventure Radio Theatre: The Dreams in the Witch House lets you hear Lovecraft's eerie tale as it might have been dramatized for radio in the 1930s. Dark Adventure Radio Theatre presents HPL's story with a huge cast of professional actors, exciting sound effects and thrilling original music by Troy Sterling Nies. Click here for more information about our other Lovecraft stories in the Dark Adventure Radio Theatre series. It's like a movie you can enjoy with your eyes closed.

Walter Gilman, a mathematics student at Miskatonic University, takes up lodging in Arkham's legend haunted "Witch House". Before long, the room's weird architecture and disturbing dreams invade his psyche. Is he going mad, or are his horrifying dreams somehow becoming reality?

In addition to the full 74 minute radio drama on CD, you'll get these carefully made props from the story to enhance your listening experience:

• a newspaper clipping from the Arkham Advertiser reporting on the demolition of the famed Witch House

• a transcript of the deposition of accused witch Keziah Mason from 1692

• a page from Walter Gilman's journal, detailing the bizarre collision of mathematics and folklore

• the Accession Card for the Miskatonic University Exhibit Museum, cataloging the corpse of Brown Jenkin

All of these great extras are complemented by the fantastic artwork of illustrator Darrell Tutchton in the style you've come to know and love from other episodes of Dark Adventure Radio Theatre.

PLEASE NOTE: this is NOT the rock opera of The Dreams in the Witch House. You can get that by clicking here.

Want to hear the show RIGHT NOW? You're in luck. You can order a digital download of the show right here.

Everything you ever wanted to know about Dark Adventure Radio Theatre is right here.

Price $19.50


Shoggoth Lord says:
I have to say, The Dreams in the Witch-House was absolutely amazing! I especially liked the cameos of Armitage and Ward, as well as the allusions to String Hypothesis. The Codex Beltran-Excavy was fantastic (and sort of tied in to the CD, which I didn't expect) and the artwork was beautiful. So, I have to ask: Is there any chance You Guys might make more vintage Lovecraftian Monographs in the future? I'd definitely buy more.... ^///^

Listener Daniel says:
I am a dedicated fan to your films and D.A.R.T. productions. I greatly enjoyed your newest production The Dreams In The Witch House and wanted to express my appreciation and enjoyment for your efforts. I truly hope that the HPLHS is able to continue creating these wonderful radio plays and I look forward to each new episode. Keep up the excellent work!

Listener Rich says:
Many thanks for sending me the download link for my recent purchases. Just wanted to say that I have listened to one of them already....(the dreams of the witch house).....and its brilliant.

Joseph says,
When you guys released "Reanimator", I figured that was it for this series.  Then you go and make two of Lovecraft's less-known pieces into full-length dramas...*and* manage to do so without compromising or distorting them into something unrecognizable!!  My hat's off to the production staff! Anyways, know you have a deeply impressed and excited listener here, and you have my deepest thanks for doing such justice to these stories.

Listener Jeffrey says:
I'm enjoying it.  I'm so happy you've been able to keep the actor duo from Herbert West and Dreams in the Witch House intact for another adventure!  They make a great team. [that's Andrew Leman and Sean Branney of the HPLHS, ed.]

Listener Andrew says
I am writing to share with you my mixed delight and horror at the remarkable handling of The Dreams at the Witch House. Of all of the tales I have listened to so far, it is by far the most thrilling and unsettling. Considering the amount of artistic interpretation you have taken of the original literature, I think your work would have rivaled the writings of the mad arab Abdul Alhazred in it's sinister diabolicism!
To reiterate your own sentiments on the show: I believe Mr Lovecraft would have been pleased by your handling of his work for portrayal over the 'wireless'. Many thanks!