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3.86 out of 53.86 out of 53.86 out of 53.86 out of 53.86 out of 5 3.86 (0 ratings) (rate this audio book) Author: Jerry Robbins Narrator: Full Cast Publisher: The Colonial Radio Theatre on Brilliance Audio Format: Original Staging Audiobook Delivery: Instant Download Audio Length: Release Date: June 2005 ISBN:
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It has been said that the scariest monster is the one you never see. That is precisely why nothing is better suited for radio theater than a good ghost story...and we here in New England have plenty of them! True or not, believer or skeptic, nothing captures the imagination with such a cold, firm grasp as a tale of legend and mystery. We always want to believe, and the stories will give you cause to wonder. Some are pure legend, passed down for scores of decades, while others rest on foundations of fact, difficult to discredit or explain. You be the judge!

The Storm Breeder is a classic old New England ghost tale; the story of Peter Rugg, the missing man.

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About the Author
Author Jerry Robbins

Jerry Robbins is an American actor and singer who has performed in more than one hundred stage productions, including an acclaimed portrayal of John Barrymore in William Luces’ play, “Barrymore.” He has also written and produced forty radio plays with his company, the Colonial Radio Theatre on the Air, winning the Parents Choice Award for The Wonderful Wizard of Oz in 2001 and an Audio Worlds Golden Headset Award for Little Big Horn in 1999.