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The Voice in the Night

William Hope Hodgson

Narrator Cathy Dobson

Publisher: Red Door Consulting

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Summary

William Hope Hodgson (1877-1918) was an English author. He produced a large body of work including horror, fantastic fiction, and science fiction stories. "The Voice in the Night" is an uncanny story about a ship becalmed in fog in the middle of the Pacific. In the night, the watch hears a voice hailing the ship. It would seem to be a lone man in a rowing boat, but the individual does not wish to be seen. He is starving and urgently wants them to give him food - but despite this, he will not approach the ship and vehemently rejects the idea of being rescued. Instead they have to float some provisions out to him in a crate, which he takes off to a nearby island where his fiancée is dying of hunger. A few hours later he returns and tells a horrifying and incredible tale.
Duration: 32 minutes (00:32:27)
Publishing date: 2017-07-13; Unabridged; Copyright Year: — Copyright Statment: —