173: Fire and Ice - Chilling Tales for Dark Nights
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Why do narrators on this show wet their consonants so much? It sounds phony, artificial, and unappealing. It takes me out of the story when the narrator must try to annunciate every single consonant in every single word even though English as a spoken language has no such convention among any of its regional speakers. It truly pulls the listener out of the story. This particular narrator's artifice can really drone on incessantly. A story as long as this isn't horrific because it's horror. It is torture because the speaker had no personal appeal. I literally root for his character to be torn to pieces so that he will just stop talking in that artificial cadence.