Bonus Episode – Bedtime and Other Tales of Terror

14 February, 2013

In this special bonus episode of The Nosleep Podcast, we feature three tales from author Michael Whitehouse. These stories are a part of his upcoming novel entitled, “Bedtime and Other Tales of Terror”.




Michael Whitehouse on Facebook ~~~~~ Michael Whitehouse on Tumblr



All stories written by Michael Whitehouse.


Bedtime read by David Cummings (Redditor MikeRowPhone).


Tunnels read by David Cummings (Redditor MikeRowPhone).


Forgotten Valentine read by Michael Whitehouse (Redditor Mike_Rants).



Podcast produced by: David Cummings (Redditor MikeRowPhone).


Music by: David Cummings


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Comments (8)

  • Amazing stories! I will definitely be purchasing a copy and recommending it to my friends when it becomes available. I just wish I hadn’t missed the crowdsource campaign in order to donate towards it’s production.

    David, another perfect narration with incredible music and audio effects. You are the best in the business!

  • This is a great episode! I love the writing, and I definitely vote for having Mr. Whitehouse narrate another of his stories for us. Such a beautiful voice!

  • The last story was tragic yet beautiful all at the same time! So much emotion and passion, it overwhelmed me a filled my heart! Michael, you have a way with words and you words carve gorgeous visuals in our minds! May you continue to be healthy and write many more literate works of art!

  • this is i think the best so far

  • forgotten valentine is an incredible story.

  • Dat accent *melts*

  • He should’ve gotten a tempur-pedic.

  • The first game in this episode, Bedtime, was actually made into a game, called ‘It Moves’ (http://rpgmaker.net/games/6022/). While a ton of the text is lifted from the story, and it features many of the aspects of the story, it also has a ton of completely original dream sequences.

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