Edgar Allan Poe
00:26 - 04:56
4m 30s

Peabody introduces Sherman to American writer, Edgar Allen Poe, who is best known for his poetry and short stories, particularly his tales of mystery and macabre. They find Poe writing happy stories and try to scare him in order to spark his thinking in the horror genre.

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