We've got the goods on your new favorite spooky author.
This is where to go for all things Edgar.
You can visit in person, or check out their offerings online. Either way, it's worth it for the bobbleheads you can buy at the gift shop.
The New York Times has articles on Poe dating back to 1874. You read that right: 1874.
This gorgeous nine-minute animated version of the story comes from German director Florian Grolig.
The University of South Florida has an mp3 of the story, along with the text to keep you from cheating with the ol' fast forward button
Here's the original version of the story, on the front page of the Baltimore Saturday Visiter. It's pretty neat to see the story in its natural habitat.
Harry Clarke, perhaps Poe's most famous illustrator, created this awesome companion to the story.
Hey, Mr. Poe, how's about a smile?