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Morgus' Experiment

Morgus' Experiment

On January 3, 1959, the House of Shock with Morgus the Magnificent aired on television sets throughout New Orleans. With the help of his assistant, Chopsley, and a talking skull known as E.R.I.C., Morgus conducted weekly experiments while hosting late night horror movies. Shortly before Halloween 1959, the "Morgus' Experiment" was released. Listen to the full recording, which includes the original theme and narration from the House of Shock:
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Audio courtesy of Lagniappe Broadcast Network(1).

1. http://www.lagniappe.la

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