1001 Classic Short Stories & Tales is a weekly audio podcast hosted by master storyteller Jon Hagadorn and enjoyed worldwide. The show features classic short stories from authors including Anton Chekhov, Jack London, Mark Twain, Guy de Maupassant, O.Henry, Ambrose Bierce, Arthur Conan Doyle, and many others. Our difference: instead of stuffy armchair reads, each episode we choose contains a full measure of drama, mystery, or humor-and our listener reviews express their appreciation for this.

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The two were inseparable, according to legend, and this is best version I have ever heard. Actually, it combines two versions, one, in prose, from The English and Scottish Popular Ballads by Francis James Child (1888) and one in story form from Henriette Elizabeth Marshall (1905). . She based hers upon the prose. We hope


Jack London’s autobiographical story covering the years when he traveled with hoboes. Bulls was and is the hobo expression for police, who were often rough on hoboes.  Tune in to 1001 Heroes podcast for “KING OF THE ROAD”- the story of American hoboes yesterday and today. We appreciate your monthly support!  Here;s the link:  https://www.patreon.com/1001storiesnetwork\


Merino Sheep and the wool they produce have been a leading Australian export for years. Australian folklorist Banjo Paterson shares his opinion of just how hard they are to cultivate in this hilarious classic short story. We appreciate your monthly support!  Here;s the link:  https://www.patreon.com/1001storiesnetwork\ IF YOU ENJOY THIS STORY YOUR REVIEWS AT APPLE/ITUNES ARE


Our protagonist finds himself stranded at Innsmouth and given a room at the only hotel- a room from which he makes a narrow escape as unseen creatures start tearing down the door. We appreciate your monthly support!  Here;s the link:  https://www.patreon.com/1001storiesnetwork\ IF YOU ENJOY THIS STORY YOUR REVIEWS AT APPLE/ITUNES ARE NEEDED AND APPRECIATED! Here


The suspense heats up quickly as our narrator finds the town drunk, who, with the help of a quart of whiskey, shares an incredible story of devil worship and sacrifice. Then our narrator finds that there is no bus leaving town and he will have to stay at the only inn YOUR REVIEWS AT APPLE/ITUNES


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