Welcome to Campfire Classics, a Literary Comedy Podcast!!
What is your favorite late December tradition? Because this week, we've found a new one.
Taking up the torch of a centuries old British tradition, we're reading a ghost story for the holidays. Spooky author M.R. James returns to give us some tips on writing, and Heather takes a pass at his short "Lost Hearts." Ken tries not to roast his chestnuts, we learn a lot about architecture, and jokes are funnier when you explain them, right?
"Lost Hearts" was originally published in 1895. It was later collected in James' 1904 book Ghost Stories of an Antiquary.
Craig Kellberg once again contributes his musical talents. Listen for his sick Hurdy-Gurdy shredding.
So sit back, light a fire (or even a candle), grab a drink, and enjoy.
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Episode 36- Don't Take the Hoonanny
Episode 35- The Magical Mr. Electrico
Episode 34- Lost in Translation
Episode 33- Dynamite of the Soul
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Episode 32- A Gift to Humanity
Episode 31- Acetone High on the Yellow Brick Road
Episode 30- Musty Hussies!
True Crimes and a Lie, Vol.5
Episode 29- Eight Miles in My Rear
Episode 28- See You Next Tuesday
Episode 26- Teabag Your Sweetmeats
Episode 25- Fairying Around: A Christmas Tale
Episode 24- Dreams, Feasts, and Fire Island
Episode 23- Rather an Old Ass
Episode 22- Bronchitis my Butt
Episode 21- Derelict in the Ditch
Episode 20- Psycho Psychic or That Darn Cat
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