On the evening of October 30, 1938, a twenty-something Orson Welles and his troupe, the Mercury Theatre on the Air, put on a radio adaptation of a literary classic that managed to fool a nation-wide audience into thinking that an honest-to-god alien invasion was occurring in upstate New York. People unlucky enough to tune in a few minutes after the contextual introduction listened in horror and fled for the hills.
Enjoy the original War of the Worlds radio broadcast, presented in its entirety c/o Jump Kick Punch! Never fails to raise a few hairs on the back of my neck. Happy Halloween! Enjoy!
For artists out there wanting to get into the Halloween spirit(while still getting work done)!