Nosleep Podcast S2E22

10 March, 2013

It’s episode 22 of the second season of The Nosleep Podcast! The episode features five tales about scandalous surgeons, campus creeps, vexatious visitors, and distorted reality.



This episode features these stories:


The First Person to Surgically Remove Their Own Brain written by Thomas Thompson (Redditor dr_vonhugenstein) and read by David Cummings (Redditor MikeRowPhone).


9004 written by Afia Gyennin (Redditor Maaaame) and read by Jörn Meyer (Redditor its_pronounced_yearn).


An Unexpected Guest written by William Dalphin (Redditor wdalphin) and read by David Cummings.


Forget Me Not written by Kelsey Donald (Redditor CaseByCase) and read by Nikolle Doolin.


The Whirlwind in the Thorn Tree
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Click here to learn more about Nikolle Doolin.


Click here to learn more about Nikolle’s podcast, “Audio Literature Odyssey”.



Podcast produced by: David Cummings


Music by: David Cummings


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This podcast is licensed under a Creative Commons License 2013.


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Comments (12)

  • Another great episode david. Keep the good work up :)

    Also well done to the writers because without their hard work we wouldn’t be here.

  • Amazing, just amazing… the final story only spiced it up with perfection, Nikolle does an amazing job.
    About the first story, could it be connected with “The Scarecrow Corpse”?

  • Great episode!!
    I hope Nikolle will be back to narrate more stories!

  • @jokenz: i had the same thought! Didn’t expect anybody else to think so crazy!

  • I don’t listen to music anymore. I’m addicted to this podcast!

  • @mudo
    There are two nosleeps who are simular
    My Friend’s Mother and My Last Babysitting Tonight

  • Its sad I know but I wonder what I will do when you go on a break before season 3

  • Great podcast. I listen every day.

  • Can you get Nikolle to do a few more stories in the future, I love her narrating.

    The first three stories almost made me poop bricks, but that last one was brilliant! Just enough of suspense and not really scary and beautifully done.

  • I know that it has been published a long time ago, but I just listened the episode and have to say that it was a peace of art.

    This episode was incredible!

    And sorry for the poor English. It’s not my natural language (I’m Brazilian).

  • I’m also aware this is super old, but the fact that the roommate’s name in the first story is “Herbert” absolutely killed me. I hope it was intentional, it gave me some serious Re-Animator flashbacks

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