Yap Audio Productions, 2012
Two spooky tales with twists in them: both "Who's There?" and "The Funeral"
offer diverting entertainment, even though they are only five and seven minutes long.
"Who's There?" written by Matthew McLean, is a tale of a protagonist (Michael Hudson)
who becomes aware of a spooky presence in a deserted house. He becomes more and more agitated, as he realizes that it is actually
an intruder brandishing a cricket bat. Whoever strikes first will be the only one that survives: the protagonist manages to
get in his blow first, as he strikes the intruder on the head with a hammer. However our expectations of how the story ends
are not quite fulfilled .... The story also stars Robert Cudmore and Neil Colquhoun.
"The Funeral" is narrated by a female protagonist (Julie Hoverson) who describes
the cortege trying to cope with bad weather as they take the coffin towards the grave. As in "Who's There?" another intruder
stands idly by, witnessing the proceedings: the protagonist becomes more and more agitated as she tries to work out why he
is there. One of the pall-bearers slips in the wet ground: the coffin shoots out and bursts open, revealing the protagonist's
corpse inside. She has been witnessing her own funeral. Written once again by Matthew McLean, this story has another unexpected