Dark Adventure Radio Theatre: The Curse of Yig brings to life H.P. Lovecraft and Zealia Bishop's tale of the curse of an ancient snake god in a 1930s-style radio drama. Dark Adventure Radio Theatre presents the tale with a cast of professional actors, exciting sound effects and thrilling original music by Reber Clark and Troy Sterling Nies. Click here for more information about our other Lovecraft stories in the Dark Adventure Radio Theatre series. They're like movies you can enjoy with your eyes closed.
A student of Native American lore investigates Yig - the shadowy snake god of an extinct tribe of the Great Plains. His investigation uncovers an account from 1889 of settlers homesteading in the Indian Territories of Oklahoma. A pervasive fear of snakes nudges a simple settler towards madness. Are his fears of the dreaded snake god's curse just the result of hearing old stories, or is a new story unfolding as Yig's curse takes hold?
The CD edition will feature the 70-ish minute audio show plus a collection of props to enhance your listening experience. The props include:
- a map of the Oklahoma Territory from 1889
- a newspaper account describing a trip through the wilds of the west
- a unique Native American depiction of Yig
- a land office homestead claim to 160 acres
NEW PACKAGING: Dark Adventure fans may be surprised to see that our CDs now come in a flat cardboard sleeve with a companion binder sleeve for storing props. No more jewel cases. Bigger and better props! You can use your own binder or get our DART Collector's Prop Binder. We think you're going to like it. The show's still complemented by the fantastic artwork of illustrator Darrell Tutchton in the style you've come to know and love from other episodes of Dark Adventure Radio Theatre.
The CD edition of The Curse of Yig also includes a free digital download of the show. Everything else you ever wanted to know about Dark Adventure Radio Theatre is right here.
For those who enjoy props but no longer use CD technology, our Download with Props Via Post option gives you the best of both worlds by letting you download an MP3 of the audio and receive the props in the mail.