Word. Nothing helps kids learn to read better than a disembodied, amnesia-ridden phantom, accidentally freed from a magic book by Samuel L. Jackson. Or so thought PBS in 1992 when they created the show Ghostwriter, in which a non-corporeal entity assists children in their fight against petty crime. It seemed epic back in the day, but how does it fare now? Why were so many children fighting crime in early ’90s PBS shows? Did Roman Polanski make a movie version of Ghostwriter? Is Alex really on drugs? We answer these questions and more! Download the link below, or better yet subscribe on iTunes! And be sure to follow us on Twitter!
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