While house hunting in Texas with his daughter this past holiday weekend, Glenn Beck left a surprise in one of the homes they visited. The inhabitants of the house appeared to be Glenn Beck fans.
During his radio show on Monday, Beck told the funny story.
"So I'm walking into this house and there's a Roku box on the TV," Beck began.
"Roku is how, by the way, you can pick up TheBlaze if you don't have Dish," co-host Pat Gray explained.
Beck continued: "And then I go upstairs...and Tim, my new son in law, said 'look at the books.' So I started looking at all the books that they have and it's like Ann Coulter and Michelle Malkin and I think Andrew Napolitano...and then they have all of mine. And so I think they must be fans a because they have the Roku."
"So I took all of the books out of their shelves, and I took them. Because they had my name on them. Who the hell are you, why'd you take my books? My name is on them," Beck joked. "So I took the books out and I signed them all and I just said thanks for reading, blah, blah, blah, Glenn Beck."
"And as I was leaving my daughter looks at them and says, 'what did you do?' And I said, 'I signed all of the books.' And she said, 'Dad, no one can read your writing. They are going to think somebody came into their house and took all of their books [and wrote in them].'"
In order to clear up any confusion, Beck spoke directly to the home owners who may have thought someone indiscreetly broke into their home and signed all their Glenn Beck books as a prank.
"They are going to be really confused. So if that happens to be you, you've done wonderful things to your house. My daughter loved the house, I was a little concerned about the serial killer. And I wanted her to live closer to me so I convinced her that the person living next door to you may kill her family…but not yours," Beck said jokingly.
Stu Burguiere, executive producer of the Glenn Beck Radio Program, teased Beck for trying to convince his newly married daughter that a serial killer was living next door to the home she liked. "So you're just lying to your daughter to get her to move closer to you," he said.
"So that's what I did with my weekend. I ate. I lied to my family and signed a bunch of books," he concluded.
Watch the clip from Monday's radio show via TheBlaze TV here: