I sure hope so. Can't have a good pub without good guests having a good time.
Another question -- did you all notice the ol' Hallowe'enith radio crackling last night? That thing's possessed, I'm tellin' you! Something in those tubes...
That's right, another bit of vintage spooky radio wonderfulness has somehow found its way into the dusty, waxy inner workings of the old console.
The S&P's current focus on Edgar Allan Poe must be influencing the ancient airwaves that occasionally waft through the radio's coils, for tonight we have another Poe tale adapted to the medium of sound... this time starring none other than the King of Movie Monsters himself, Boris Karloff!
The Tell-Tale Heart was adapted as an episode of the legendary series Inner Sanctum, and was first broadcast in 1941.
Mind, it's a rather loose take on the original short story, but it still has creepy eyes, beating hearts and floorboards, and a possibly mad narrator with a guilty conscience (unlike your current narrator, who doesn't have a guilty conscience, but might well be mad).