Legends and Legendary People Audios

Meet some of the world's most-colorful characters in this collection. From Roman times to the Spanish Main, these individuals were famous in their own lifetimes and later, when their stories became the "stuff of legends."

Bram Stoker based his novel, Dracula, on the legend of a real person, Vlad Tepes.

Mina Murray and her friend - Lucy Westenra - have traveled to the town of Whitby in North Yorkshire, England.

Orson Welles, and his Mercury Theatre troupe, brought Bram Stoker's story of Dracula to the radio.

Edmund Dantes - unjustly convicted of helping the former (now-exiled) ruler of France (Napoleon Bonaparte) - escapes from his own imprisonment.

The second production of the Mercury Theatre on the Air was Treasure Island.

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