What do a dead lover, a nervous killer and a black bird have in common? If you guessed Edgar Allan Poe, you'd be right. Poe often created dark and forbidding imagery in his work, making him a favorite this time of year. In this installment of hiSTORY, Glenn dramatically reads from Poe's more famous works, including The Raven, The Tell-Tale Heart and Annabel Lee.
Watch the video below for a sneak peak and answers to these chilling questions:
• Does reading Poe dramatically make a difference?
• Are the main characters in The Tell-Tale Heart both men?
• What bird is mentioned in The Tell-Tale Heart? Was it the raven?