Aug 182011
 

I’m going to take the unusual step of publishing the link to the music that has been selected to accompany the article today in this announcement post, because you need to get into the right mood as soon as possible to read this article. Make sure you have the music nice and loud and are in a dark room, with only your screen to light your way!

The music is from the 1958 Alfred Hitchcock classic Vertigo? The music was composed by Bernard Herrmann, one of the best composers for writing the moody, spine-tingling stuff Alfred Hitchcock demands.

I’ve always enjoyed Hitchcock movies and today’s article relates a story, which he could quite easily have written and turned into a classic movie.

In true Hitchcock suspense style, I’m not going to give you anymore information, you need to head on over the the article page here and read the article for yourself: Articles / General Interest / ‘Help me! Help me! For God’s sake, help me…

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