Welcome to Campfire Classics, a Literary Comedy Podcast!!
Okay, we may as well be upfront. This one goes off the rails a bit. But that's some of the fun! Right?
This weeks author is a man with a very cool name, who was recommended to us through social media: Sheridan Le Fanu. His story "Dickon the Devil" (hmm...that's two in row Ken has picked with "Devil" in the title) provides the fodder for this weeks ridiculousness.
Amidst the the wacky hijinks, Heather and Ken tackle some hard hitting issues like:
What is your favorite verse to that classic diarrhea song?
What joke made Ken fall for Heather?
What do you look at like a Hand of Glory?
Also, Ken reveals a secret that Heather never knew! Stick around to the end to find out what.
"Dickon the Devil" was first published in London Society, Christmas Number, 1872. Republished posthumously in the 1923 collection Madam Crowl's Ghost and Other Tales of Mystery, edited by our favorite ghost story author, M. R. James.
Remember to tell five friends to check out Campfire Classics.
This weeks promo is from The Path Went Chilly. Check them out for some cold case analysis.
So sit back, light a fire (or even a candle), grab a drink, and enjoy.