Jeremy Saxon was a traveler; late of Oxford, late of the Highlands of Scotland, late of the Amazonian rain forest, late of Kashmir and the Indian frontier and late of a great many other interesting places. All that remains of Mr. Saxon’s final journey is a single handwritten journal.

“We do not believe,” the old abbot said slowly, “in good and evil as you perceive it in the West. Here, there is subtlety, wisdoms far older than the clear polarities of your faith. There is balance found only in the whole, where sometimes even the most vile and hideous monster is the consort of the gods.”

Narrated by Martin Yates for Ghastly Tales Horror Show Podcast