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kelsolane | 20:40 Fri 06th Nov 2015 | Music
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Hi ian trying to find out what the music is called in an episode of the above it is called the parsons pleasure and is at the beginning when the vicar is planning his route through the village sounds Irish maybe thanks you can find it on YouTube.

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The Fall of the House of Usher was very scary!
Ahhhhhggg, and the House on haunted hill !!!!!!!!!
Was Premature Burial one of them?

Edgar Allan Poe. Very chilling!
Yeah, I remember that, Yilly. Wasn't there a bell attached to the grave ?.
I think there was, Yont.

I can't remember whether I read it or saw it televised. We 'did' E.A.P. at school. Gothic literature and all that.
Wasn't Premature Burial an old Ray Milland film?
May have been, Sir A.
Good, I haven't imagined it then! I seem to remember him overacting most dreadfully. Wasn't his wife and her lover trying to scare him to death, or something? They showed him a family vault with fingernail scratches on the inside of the door, 'cause he was morbidly afraid of being buried alive. I last saw that in the '70's - I think!
Remember this Edgar Alan Poe classic ?.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8xzdrffJ91E
I do, Yont. The Spanish Inquisition!
I loved Theatre of Blood and Masque of the Red Death, both with Vincent Price. He did all the E.A.P stuff. I particularly liked the ones with Peter Lorre as his side-kick, The Raven and Comedy of Terrors.
Terrifying films when I was a kid, Sir A.
I used to watch Quatermass and the Pit through my fingers. That scared me to death.
A bit like the Torch that, Yilly. A bit before my time ;-)

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