Welcome to Campfire Classics, a Literary Comedy Podcast!!
Apparently our hosts really do have no sense of decorum, decency, or humor. And I have to sit and listen to this whole thing to try to come up with adequate warnings for you, dear listener, so you know what you're getting yourself in to.
Okay, so Clown Corner this week is inexplicably educational, the author's Fun Facts (provided by Ken this week) seem awfully short on fact, and the story is just...well, no, the story is actually quite good. A little unsettling, but it's A story called "The Phantom Wolfhound" by a guy name Otis Adelbert Kline, and it really is incredibly engaging.
But not engaging enough to keep your hosts on task.
Tangents include musical interludes by Bloodhound Gang (and The Offspring mislabeled as Bloodhound Gang, which neither Ken nor Heather picked up on, for shame, for shame), a treatise on the value of art, and some masturbation jokes. So, you know...even more scatterbrained than usual.
But really, you're here for this story!
Come on in!
"The Phantom Wolfhound" was published in 1923 in Weird Tales.
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