The narrator flows across a timestream and encounters an unknown land that he cannot tell is real or not.
XXIV. The Canal
The narrator enters an abandoned city with an endless river of black oily water.
XXV. St. Toad’s
As the narrator walked the abandoned city, people whispered “Beware St. Toad’s cracked chimes” which urged the narrator to run as he saw a ragged shadowy figure.
XXVI. The Familiars
In Aylesbury, the narrator witnesses a man named John Whateley, an occultist who lives on a rundown farm, who has become disfigured and is taken by night-gaunts before he could be put in an insane asylum.
Previous Posts in this Series
First Reading was retconned to be put on Podbean (contains “The Book” and “Pursuit”)
Second Reading was on Audio (see post, below, containing “The Key” and “Recognition”)
Third Reading was on Audio (see post, below, containing “Homecoming” and “The Lamp”)
Fourth Reading was on Audio, (See post, below, containing parts 7 “Zaman’s Hill”, 8 “The Port” and 9 “The Courtyard”)
Fifth Reading was on Audio (see post, below, containing parts 10 “the Pigeon Flyers” 11 “the Well” 12 “The Howler” 13 “Hesperia” and 14 “The Star Winds”
Sixth Reading was on Podbean (see post, below) containing Parts 15:. Antarktokos, 16: The Window, 17: A memory and 18: the Gardens of Yin
Seventh Reading was on Podbean (see post, below), containing parts 19: The Bells, 20: Night-Gaunts, 21: Nyarlathotep, and 22: Azathoth