Radio play: "The Ghost with the Club Foot"
Welcome to another episode of Maplewood Barn Radio Theatre. This installment is an adaptation of a chiller mystery called "The Ghost with the Club Foot," by Robert Barr. It was first published in 1906 in a volume called The Triumphs of Eugene Valmont.
Monsieur Valmont was Robert Barr's ironic parody of Sherlock Holmes. While stories such as this one seem to have elements of Gothic horror as well as mystery, Barr's tales were actually written as a poke at his friend Conan Doyle.
The Maplewood Barn Radio Players now bring you our adaptation of Robert Barr's "The Ghost with the Club Foot."
- Valmont: Charlie Wilkerson
- Sophia: Sandra Jones
- Lord of Rantremly, Prisoner: Chris Bowling
- Constable: Byron Scott
- Narrator: Darren Hellwege
This podcast originally aired on Friday, Dec. 12. Tune in to KBIA every Friday at 6:30 p.m. to hear more from the Maplewood Barn Radio Players. You can find our full season lineup on maplewoodbarn.com.