I'll begin the show with an episode of an old radio show entitled "The Family Theater". This particular broadcast was aired on April 22nd, 1953 and entitled "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea". I'll bet that sounds familiar! Is Davis being overtaken by cockroaches? I'll address that issue. My top ten list will be comprised of the most remote islands in the world. Goblins (and hobgoblins) will then enter the picture followed by the ominous Friday the 13th and the fears centered upon that date. Are you perhaps aware that quite a few buildings with more than 13 floors often don't have a 13th floor? If that doesn't make sense, hopefully it will after I narrow in on that superstition. The importance of storytelling and how it benefits us will be covered. Next, the creepy, crawly subject of arachnophobia will enter the picture. The highly dangerous Brazilian Wandering Spider will make his way onto the show (not literally) - if you're one of the approximately 3% - 15% of folks who are afraid of spiders, you might want to wear earplugs as I comment on the above spider. Finally, snakes will slither onto the scene. This will include some cool poetry about snakes. Have you ever considered writing a poem about a snake? Hmm...
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