Apr 3, 2020
When John Muller was asked to come up with a story for the March 2016 Strange show, he responded with not one strange story, but several! From childhood schizophrenia to alien abductions, John infuses our final Strange episode with weirdness and humor alike. From his Odyssey bio:
John Muller is a man of many talents. When not tending his flock of giraffes at his downtown ranch, he is an author of such NY Times best sellers as “Playing the Theremin for Fun and Profit,” “Marge Laszlo, the Medea of the Bay Area Bombers,” and his tell-all memoir, “I Was A Chihuahua for the FBI.” In addition, Mr. Muller has co-authored (with Ayn Rand) “The Great Objectivist Songbook.” A prolix composer as well, Mr. Muller’s “Concerto for Gamalan, Accordion, Tuba and Small Orchestra is part of the score for SyFy’s “Vampire Octopusnado (the Second Movement, marked Tempo alla Polka.) The film is due for an Easter 2016 release. He is currently developing a hybrid rose which smells like dirty socks, especially for people who hate their neighbors.
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This story was performed and recorded in front of a live audience at The Screening Room in Tucson, AZ, on March 3rd, 2016, and was curated by Simon Donovan. For more information about Odyssey Storytelling, please visit www.odysseystorytelling.com