If Mary Shelley's life were a book, you'd put it down because it sounds too dramatic and tragic to be believable. By her mid-20s, the creator of "Frankenstein" had run off with a poet, been disowned by her family, lost four children, published a literary masterpiece, and been widowed.

Tyler and Hannah spend far too much time ragging on Mary's husband, and Tyler has quite the theory about the deeper meaning behind "Frankenstein."

Thank you to Jake Bassen for our theme song: https://soundcloud.com/jakebassen

As well as Cam Clawson, for our Correspondence Remix: https://soundcloud.com/camclawson7

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