Glenn Beck has made a tradition of reading Edgar Allan Poe's "The Tell-Tale Heart" on Halloween every year to his audience, and now you can download the whole rendition to listen to at any time with the whole family.
This year Beck didn't stop at "The Tell-Tale Heart" -- he also read Poe's "The Raven," "The Conqueror Worm" and "Annabel Lee" -- all of which are available for download at glennbeck.com.
And it's not just Beck's voice that you'll hear -- each of the stories is enhanced by music and sound effects.
"You'll be able to listen to (the stories) tonight with your kids, that's what we usually do," Beck said. "We turn off all the lights, and we listen to 'The Tell-Tale Heart' or I read it to them. And that's kind of what started this whole tradition."
In the second hour of his radio broadcast Thursday, Beck and his co-hosts sat in the dark themselves to listen to the pre-recorded stories, as images of skulls or an ominous floorboard appeared on the giant screens.
You can watch a clip from Beck's reading of "The Raven" below:
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