sc 422 Halloween Hootenanny


Our Halloween thrill for the day: Special Guest Jimmy Bear reads, “The Cremation of Sam McGee”!

The Cremation of Sam McGee is among the most famous of Robert W. Service’s (1874–1958) poems, published in 1907. It concerns the cremation of a prospector who freezes to death in the Yukon, as told by the man who cremates him.

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8 Responses to “sc 422 Halloween Hootenanny”

  1. Kathy B Says:

    My guess this show is about how the tooth fairy leaves money and the Easter bunny leaves candy. Which then rots the teeth.


  2. Kathy bacon Says:

    In the Yukon??? I have a Yukon!!!!


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