Some stories I would love to hear reviewed on The Elder Sign podcast: 1) Anything by T.E.D. Klein, whose output has been low but whose stories have been consistently excellent. Especially the meta-HPL novella "Black Man With a Horn" or the very frightening "Children of the Kingdom" or really, anything he has written, 2) Ambrose Bierce's "The Damned Thing". "Bitter Bierce" combined sardonic wit with what could almost be considered proto-splatterpunk in this story that is among his best. 3) Ray Bradbury, especially early in his career, wrote some really creepy stories - in addition to "The Veldt", "The Lake" or "The Small Assassin" or "The Skeleton", maybe. Or two of the creepier stories he wrote, in my opinion - "At Midnight in the Month of June" - a story about the serial killer that stalks unseen through the events in the collection "Dandelion Wine", whom we finally meet in this story that never appeared in that collection but who sits quietly in a room, bright-eyed and thinking, in this independent story that was included in the collection "The Toynbee Convector". Or "Heavy-Set", never collected in any of his collections but which I found in that surprisingly definitive anthology of the 1950s/1960s SoCal school of horror, "The Playboy Book of Horror and the Supernatural". 4) Fritz Leiber - Fritz was great at finding horror in big cities, especially his novel "Our Lady of Darkness" which uses the history of San Francisco admirably to create an antique occult science to threaten the hero, who was based not-so-thinly on Leiber himself; his short story "The Black Gondolier" does the same thing with 1960s Venice, California. Just some suggestions, I'm sure others have more. Loving the podcasts!