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Dead at Knotty Oak-Halloween Tales & Stories
  • Artist: Mark Binder
  • Label: CD Baby
  • UPC: 634479311499
  • Item #: SRD931149
  • Genre: Spoken
  • Release Date: 10/24/2006
  • Rank: 270611
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Dead at Knotty Oak-Halloween Tales & Stories on CD

Dead at Knotty Oak It's Halloween, author and storyteller Mark Binder was invited to perform for several hundred middle school students... no one survived. Only 100 copies of this signed and numbered limited-edition CD were made. The label on each CD was illustrated by Mark Binder. 'I wish I was still alive to tell these stories to my grandkids.' --Frank Zappa 'That is not how Harry Potter ends!' --J.K. Rowling Mark Binder is the author of the best-selling 'Everything Bedtime Story Book' and four other CDs, including the award-winning 'Classic Stories for Boys and Girls'. On this limited edition 'Extended Play' CD, he offers three stories for a slightly older crowd. - 'It Ate My Sister' is a story of childhood misadventures, science experiments gone awry, and revenge. - 'The Death of Harry Potter' is the final installment in the thrilling series -- or rather Mark's twisted interpretation of the audience's version of the end. - 'Sarah's Stake' is a horrifying vampire story. Don't listen to these stories alone in a dark room. (Ages: 10 - middle school and up) Additional Notes: The version of 'It Ate My Sister' on this CD is different from the one on 'It was a dark and stormy night...'