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The Hollow Places: Part Two

We're getting warmed up by reminiscing about what brought us back into fantasy (6:00 to skip), let us know what books rejuvenated your fantasy career! Luke wants to take over financial management duties for the museum and Dan breaks down the themes for us. Lastly, we've got some words for our museum benefactor.

Next week we're doing a special trick or treat episode, and then the new Cradle book after that!

Special thanks to VOLO for the intro and outro music.

T. Kingfisher Spooky

The Hollow Places: Part One

Dan has a nightmare and is sort of hyped. This episode celebrates great innovations in prank history and cursed item storage. Dan appreciates Simon's style and Luke spots an opportunity for the museum. Also, Luke has the most absurd idea for scary dimension graffiti. At the halfway mark Dan is seriously wondering, what is even going to happen in the second half of this story?

Special thanks to VOLO for the intro and outro music.

T. Kingfisher Spooky