First published in 1913, "Fishhead" by Irwin S. Cobb takes place at real Reelfoot Lake, the largest lake south of the Ohio line mostly in Tennessee but extending up across what is now the Kentucky line. The protagonist, Fishhead, a halfbreed lives alone by his choice and by the choice of his neighbors because of his deformity that causes his head to resemble a fish. This story was written in 1913, and the narrators chosen to leave the N-word in as part of the narration, so please be aware. This is another nery creepy story, that no doubt influenced H.P. Lovecraft.
Cobb's Anatomy is a wonderfully humorous work by Irvin S. Cobb, published in 1912. The author discusses the tummy, teeth, hair, hands and feet parts of the human body, creating deep belly laughs in the lucky listener of this classic piece of American humor!
What could be better than a guided trip down into the heart of the Grand Canyon? How about great conversation, food, and a story about an unusual skunk that lives in the belly of the canyon? Yes, that would create a tale worth remembering - and a night worth forgetting. Narrated by Glenn Hascall.