"To Build A Fire" (Narrated By Jeffrey LeBlanc)

Published December 15, 2020 34 Views $0.01 earned

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Children of Horror,

We dedicate tonight’s tale to our mountain climbing friends--Kasper and Annie. Kasper, no more chasing bear cubs!
A sled dog watches his owner freeze to death in the Yukon. A scientist is sacrificed by head hunters to an alien. And, eerily in the time of the COVID-19 pandemic, a society battles the Scarlett Plague, as we howl at the moon with Jack London. His latest chilling tale may bring the heat…or not.
Jack London was a journalist, novelist, and social activist. He was also an innovator in science fiction and horror with such tales as “The Scarlett Plague” and “The Red One”. London is one of the first American authors to become an international celebrity and earn a large fortune from writing.

Tonight it’s 75 degrees below zero in the Yukon. You’re trying to make it back to camp when the ice breaks throwing you into frozen water. Can you make a fire in time before freezing to death? Or will you and your dog…be left out in the cold?--JL