Very interesting story, and great read. I had never heard of this author before, but really like the odd premise of this one. It was nice to not have any idea where the story was going, or how it would end. Great choice. And great work on reading it. I've listened to the other horror story you read, three times (and still can't remember the name of it...), and I'll be listening to this one a few more times, I'm sure. I'm hoping we'll get another one of these soon. Thanks.
I never cease to admire how well you narrate these horror stories, and certainly how you choose them. Although there has been only two of them, they have taken a place in my favourites, and nope, I'm not complaining about the amount of these, I'm complete and absolutely happy, this is one of the best QUALITY free enter-fucking-tainment I have ever listened to.
This is the equivalent in audio, to my beloved Creepy magazine, and as a matter of fact, now that I think of it, I promise to commission you with a sculpture of uncle Creepy as soon as I save some money, a Jordu Schell - Bernie Wrightson combination would be AWESOME.
Thank you sir for the audio blog and horror stories, and may you live a thowsend years :)
Yeah, great to see another one up and running! I just finished.
I might have to listen again to this one. All I kept thinking was the evil dead hand and thing running around dragging some poor soul around behind them ha. But you delivery is great and I get really amerced into it. Thanks again.
Now I'm off to Audio Blog #39
well Jordu, that was a damn cool and spooky story. Loved the narration!
I would have listened sooner, however, I must have overlooked it on my news feed (so much cluster). My bad! Keep 'em coming mate. ^_^
As you asked for feedback : Love your horror stories. Look forward to the next one. Thank you. For reading them. For sharing what you like. Do more. Please.
And I loved this idea of hands in love.
Absolutely great voice work, story's a slow burn but creepy as hell all the way through. As I imagined it, it was black & white in my head, old school classic scary story.
Well that was creepy. First time I listened to you narrating a story. Really liked it! Currently working on a creature for Resident evil, and the story just perfectly resonated with my mindset ;) Thank you Jordu, you are the best!
I really liked the first horror story you read, and I was looking forward to more. While I really like the way you read the stories and the cool, moody music at the beginning and end, this was far from the scariest horror story I've ever heard. Hands that attack??? And a guy gets weirdly obsessed?? Come on! :)
So, the delivery was great but the content didn't warrant the treatment in my humble opinion. You clearly know horror! This one is kind of a head-scratcher to me though. I love the blog! Please don't quit doing it!
I hadn't listened yet because I thought I would save it for a good occasion when it's dark and I'm in an unfamiliar mansion.
AAAAAAGH! I would have expressed my appreciation for these but thought it would be ignored among the multitude of comments! I really liked this one and the last horror story a well. I appreciate the tone setting narration, as many short horror story readings on youtube are monotonously or too cheesily narrated. I love the short horror story format and thanks for introducing us to awesome and lesser known horror. I really like Lovecraft, King and Clive Barker short stories but I have found it hard to get into others I have come across. Bianca's hands reminds me of a short story in Clive Barker's books of blood called "The Body Politic". I recommend you check it out if you have not already. I have listened to every one of your blogs as I work and all but the horror stories made me laugh my ass off. Thanks a ton, Jordu, keep them coming and maintain that shiningly happy, positive outlook!
Thanks for these Jordu. I really enjoy them and your reading delivery of the stories is great. Please keep them up.
Great choice of story! Well read and recorded! Very unique to have a story centered around hands like that. Would be a great inspiration for a sculpture. Please continue to delight us with these obscure and haunting tales. Thanks!
Very disturbing- and your delivery is awesome. Thank you for the entertainment.
Another great job, Jordu! I really enjoy these. They remind me of Doug Bradley's Spine Chillers. I hope you keep them coming. Thank you for sharing your time with us. I hope you are able to give another class on the Stan Winston School of Character Arts site. I watched both of your classes on demand and hope to take one live someday.
I really enjoyed this! Please keep 'em coming.
It's obvious you're not choosing just any story, and that's appreciated. These stories are inspirational, thanks.