Edgar Allan Poe's “The Raven” is a perennial at Halloween.
And in this video, humorist and illustrator Jordan Monsell tries to make the poem his own by making belong to a lot of other people first. 100 people, to be precise. He reads this here while imitating 100 other people's voices.
The skill is uneven. Some imitations are spot-on, and some are merely passable. Like something you'd hear a friend do at a party.
But, still, the size of the project is impressive. 100 imitations in one video.
Give it a listen and see which imitation you like the most.