HP Lovecraft's Beyond The Wall Of Sleep

from HP Lovecraft's Short Tales Of Terror by Rupert Degas

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An intern in a mental hospital relates his experience with Joe Slater, an inmate who died at the facility a few weeks after being confined as a criminally insane murderer. During the third night of his confinement, Slater has the first of his "attacks". He bursts from an uneasy sleep into a frenzy so violent it takes four orderlies to strait-jacket him. For nearly fifteen minutes he gives vent to an incredible rant. As an undergraduate, the intern had built but never tested a device for two-way telepathic communication. The device was designed around his principle that thought was ultimately a form of radiant energy. Heedless of any ethics, he attaches himself with Slater to the device as Slater lies near death. With the device switched on, he receives a message from a being of light whose experiences had been what were transmitted through the medium of Joe Slater.


from HP Lovecraft's Short Tales Of Terror, released November 8, 2010
Written by HP Lovecraft
Read by Rupert Degas
Music by Jon Nicholls
Produced/Directed by Neil Gardner

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