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Friday the 13th
Airdate: Friday - March 13, 1970

WOR Show
Original Airing

First Line After Theme Ends
It's Friday the thirteenth. . . .
Show Description
45 minutes of Friday the 13th appropriate poetry reading. Spooky Poetry I know some lonely houses by Emily Dickinson more Spooky Poetry and one from Bret Hart Overheard on a salt marsh (poem) The counting man (poem) Green Candles (poem) W.B. Yeats (poem) The demon Lover (poem) written by A.Nonymous Mr. Nobody (poem) written by A.Nonymous >
Speaking of lonely lost and gone houses, this is WOR, WOR ridding like an eagle ghoul, out of the stygian darkness, of a depraved soul, New York, the fun city
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Miller Beer
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A cut from 2001 Space Odyssey for spooky effect (Jupiter and Beyond: Excerpts from Requiem / Atmospheres / Adventures (as used in the film 2001: A Space Odyssey) Composed by Gyorgy Ligeti). Shep improvises with I'm forever blowing bubbles.
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By: Ken Applegate
Date: 05-08-2008
Rating: Not Rated
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