During an hour of Edgar Allan Poe radio special for Halloween, Glenn read one of the author's more difficult-to-understand works, which Glenn couldn't really explain (because you're not supposed to understand it until the very end).
The story begins by depicting a play on opening night. The actors are all on stage and everybody is watching, but something isn't quite right.
"Nobody really understands what they're watching until the curtain comes down," Glenn said.
Watch the first minute or two of Glenn's reading above. Listen to the rest in the audio clip below: