Monthly Archives: November 2012

Tales of Old 70 A Passing Pleasing Toungue

By Kara Race-Moore Read by Shawn Robertson Autumn, 1528, Hertfordshire, Hinxworth All of London, all of England, and even onto the Continent, people were talking about the king’s mistress, the lady Anne Boleyn. Henry VIII was known for his love … Continue reading

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Tales of Old 69 The Jungle & Ex-Con Man

The Jungle by Laird Long read by Shawn Robertson A claw-hammer crushed a bum’s skull. A four-foot crowbar slammed against a hobo’s face, breaking jaw and cheekbone. Fortunately, the screaming helped to muffle the nauseating sound of the cracking bones. … Continue reading

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Tales of Old 68 Repatriated

By Bryan Wein Read by Shawn Robertson Period: American West In the last days of the Republic of Texas a man rode up out of the mesquite bluffs south of the Guadalupe River and stopped on a rise where nothing … Continue reading

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