A Terrifying Reading of the Sweet Children’s Story Goodnight Moon

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Is this wrong? Ben­jamin Per­cy (author of the were­wolf thriller Red Moon) takes the sweet chil­dren’s bed­time sto­ry, Good­night Moon by Mar­garet Wise Brown, and turns it into a sto­ry that will keep kids (and maybe adults) awake for days on end — per­haps leav­ing par­ents no choice but to have the real Wern­er Her­zog read Go the F**k to Sleep. This record­ing comes cour­tesy of Gray­wolf Press, and don’t for­get to look under your bed.

H/T Sheer­ly

Relat­ed Con­tent:

Stephen Fry Reads Oscar Wilde’s Children’s Sto­ry “The Hap­py Prince”

Alfred Hitch­cock Presents Ghost Sto­ries for Young Peo­ple (1962)

James Gan­dolfi­ni Reads from Mau­rice Sendak’s Children’s Sto­ry “In The Night Kitchen”

Hear the Clas­sic Win­nie-the-Pooh Read by Author A.A. Milne in 1929

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