Dr. John Barber (WSU, Vancouver) and Re-Imagined Radio present Dracula, as a radio drama, and is adapted from Bram Stoker's 1897 novel of the same name. Mr. Stoker, an Irish writer and theatre manager, wrote his novel to address the fears and uncertainties of Victorian society in the late 19th century. Dracula continues to signify fears of the unnatural, and how abnormality can evolve from one source and infect the surrounding society with discord, misfortunes, and evil. In July 1938, Orson Welles and The Mercury Theatre on the Air presented a radio drama adaption of Stoker's novel. Since then, the radio script has lain dormant . . . buried in a box . . . covered with earth . . . waiting to emerge. It was revived through arcane galvanic sciences and careful administrations of elixirs and tonics and is presented with the intent of sending a skittering up your spine, a preview of Halloween!