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"'We have Always Fought:' Challenging the 'Woman, Cattle and Slaves' Narrative," by Kameron Hurley

War Of The Worlds - The original Orson Welles' helmed War of the Worlds broadcast. A radio dramatization of H.G. Wells' novel that proved one of the greatest hoaxes of all time.


Beyond War Of The Worlds: 12 other times Orson Welles ruled radio

While War Of The Worlds still stands as Welles’ most famous wireless adventure, the master has plenty more radio work that’s worth giving a listen.

just want to say darling, i do understand torn apart in a tug-of-war blood in your heart you don't sleep every word he said bounces in your head, even held your hand you're no victim my sugarfluff my queen you are, in love with you i am you sit on the roof of my heart i take you to bed and cover you with love and cuddle you dear, your kisses like wine there will be an assessment love, just hang not too far

Orson Welles' radio broadcast of "War of the Worlds" stirs terror through US [October 31, 1938]

Roger Corman's Cult Classics Triple Feature (Attack of the Crab Monsters / War of the Satellites / Not of This Earth)