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"You Spin Me Right Round": Spin & Rabbit Hole

Beards, Books, and Bourbon Podcast

Release Date: 09/17/2021

Season 1 Finale Part 2:  Basil Hayden Dark Rye & IT show art Season 1 Finale Part 2: Basil Hayden Dark Rye & IT

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LOOK WHO'S COME TO JOIN THE PARTY, KIDDIES.  BASIL HAYDEN, AND HE'S BROUGHT HIS DARKEST RYE.  IT'S SO DARK, IT PRACTICALLY GLOWS.  LIKE MY LIGHTS.  MY DEAD LIGHTS.

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You've heard part one, but stay tuned as Part 2 will be coming very soon.

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STEPHEN AND MARK CAN'T COME TO THE SHOW RIGHT NOW, BECAUSE THEY'VE FALLEN INTO MY LIGHTS.  MY DEADLIGHTS. THEY FLOAT DOWN HERE WITH ME NOW, AND YOU'LL FLOAT TOO. (and try some EH Taylor Bourbon. It's yummy.)

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HOW ABOUT A LITTLE MAGIC, QUENTIN! Here we are, folks!  The final episode before the beginning of the season finale!  We hope you've had a fun time with us, because it's been a delight spending time with all of you!  Enjoy the show, and then buckle up for next week!

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In this episode, we discuss the theme of the setting as a character.  What would a haunted house story be without the house?? What would DUNE be without Arrakis? What would our show be without BOURBON??  Okay, so that's not really a setting, but...it's still bourbon.

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Stephen and Mark spend a few minutes to talk about the caretakers of modern America's grand daddy of haunted houses.  Hugh Crane might've built it, but it was the Dudley's that kept it from falling apart.  ALSO, we try out a 30 year old bottle of Wild Turkey Stephen's father found sitting forgotten in a liquor cabinet.

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"And Whatever Walked There": The Haunting of Hill House & Old Elk

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WALKED ALONE. We spend some time wandering the halls of one of the greatest haunted house books of all time. "The Haunting of Hill House" by Shirley Jackson.  Iconic.  Classic.  Ground breaking.   To celebrate, Stephen and Mark will crack open and revel of the flavors of Old Elk bourbon.

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"Spin" by Robert Charles Wilson, is an epic tale.  So, yeah. There's a boat load of stuff we didn't get to talk about.

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"You Spin Me Right Round": Spin & Rabbit Hole

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In this week's episode, we look at the immensity of the history of the universe, and all the things living there, in comparison with the eyeblink time scale of the human race as we come face to face with our much older and more powerful neighbors in Spin by Robert Charles Wilson.  When coming to terms with our fate gets too much, we hide inside Rabbit Hole Cavehill Bourbon.

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"Alright, Alright, All Doors": The Portal Theme Show

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We've discussed a lot of books that talk about the experience and imagery of doors.  Physical doors.  Doors in time.  Doors in reality.  Doors as a metaphor.  In this episode, we make like cosmic lizards, break on through to the other side, and get into the Twilight Zone-esque twists of doors.  Along for the ride is Long Branch Straight Kentucky Bourbon, a collaboration between Wild Turkey and Mister Alright Alright Alright himself, Matthew McConaughey.

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In this week's episode, we look at the immensity of the history of the universe, and all the things living there, in comparison with the eyeblink time scale of the human race as we come face to face with our much older and more powerful neighbors in Spin by Robert Charles Wilson.  When coming to terms with our fate gets too much, we hide inside Rabbit Hole Cavehill Bourbon.