No, not the "and the mouse had a peg leg..." type, but this sort: Once, at Band camp... No, wait, THIS type: I remember going to one scout camp as a councilor, and the guy who had prepared the bonfire had rigged a "flaming Arrow" type Rube Goldburg with a wire and a roadway flare, and an 16oz Styrofoam cup of Naptha gas. The cup had been sitting in the middle of the firepit for about 1 hour before ignition, and you could see this long, slow motion arrow slide down from the sky. then there was this quiet, pregnant pause then KABLAMM! The flame front was impressive, and blew all but the big logs out of the firepit. Gave those kids something to talk about all week, and they really were careful around the fire after that. Got more then that, but that was one of the best.