Nosleep Podcast – correspondence://

31 Oct Nosleep Podcast – correspondence://

The Nosleep Podcast is proud to present the third part of our Halloween Trilogy to celebrate Halloween Week! Warning: This episode contains extremely violent and graphic language. Not recommended for anyone under 18 years of age.


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audio file found…correspondence 1

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voice actor accessed. user name: Nathan MacDonald:;//

voice actor accessed. user name: Wendy Stolyarov:;//

voice actor accessed. user name: David Cummings:;//


Podcast produced by: David Cummings (Redditor MikeRowPhone).

This podcast is licensed under Creative Commons 2011.

Music adapted by: David Cummings

Sound effects courtesy of:

  • Zak
    Posted at 12:36h, 01 November Reply

    That was creepy as hell. Nice work guys!

  • Radpanda99
    Posted at 15:38h, 03 November Reply

    Jesus! Replayed this and its way scarier the second time. Awesome job!!

  • Lilly
    Posted at 22:38h, 28 November Reply

    Shit… Shit… Shit… wait… Why are they southern? >.>

    • Wakkawakka
      Posted at 17:40h, 30 October Reply

      They’re supposed to be in Canada. The accents make NO sense!

  • D
    Posted at 00:54h, 01 February Reply

    is there a correspondence part 2?

    Answer: Due to the complexity of the way the “correspondence” series progressed, it was determined that a part 2 was not viable.

  • Jacob
    Posted at 20:12h, 14 February Reply

    39:00 – 39:40 My god, that sent chills down my spine. That moment was perfect, this entire podcast extremely creepy and the rest of the entries on /r/nosleep are downright terrifying as well.

  • Lady Lazarus
    Posted at 15:07h, 11 April Reply

    Quite old but….why was he quoting that particular line from Horace? As an English woman all I could think of every time he said ‘Dulce et decorum est’ was War poetry we studies at school….is Wilfred Owen widely studied in the US? Or did you just like the sound of the line?

    David responds: I’m not the author, but my guess is the author wanted the demon to speak in Latin and use phrases dealing with death. It may have been intended to be a combination of gibberish and actual Latin.

  • Metro
    Posted at 18:07h, 03 July Reply

    I found the first few minutes good; up to the point when the supernatural aspect begins kicking in. After that… ho-hum. The descriptions of gore seemed to have little point except for cheap gross-out value, and the ‘demon’ was the kind of eye-rollingly hammy you’d expect out of one of the Exorcist sequels.
    Maybe this would be scary to somebody religious, but to me, it was just tedious. Very tedious.

  • Qns
    Posted at 15:20h, 02 August Reply

    Very creepy

  • Nina
    Posted at 13:19h, 05 November Reply

    Not as scary as I would’ve liked, and far too long..
    I loved how you’ve edited the story and this audio. Made the story easier to listen to. As for the story itself.. the narration is interesting, but the swearing, cursing and quips from the ‘demon’ was very cheap. A lot like the type you get from cheap horror films playing at demon possession. Not at all believable or scary. Just. Meh.

    But, NoSleep, you guys did a great job with the editing and finishing of this podcast episode~ <3

  • Davy Jones
    Posted at 08:14h, 08 January Reply

    Let the person doing the ‘British’ accent at around the 40(ish) minute mark that their accent won the Dick Van Dyke British Accent Award 2011.

  • Alex
    Posted at 08:02h, 29 October Reply

    So I just started listening to these podcasts and WOW. Just WOW.

    Thank you, Sir David Cummings for sharing your talents with us through these!

  • Derek
    Posted at 18:42h, 12 June Reply

    Definitely the low-point of all these podcasts so far. Just vulgar to be vulgar and no real…scariness about it.

  • WatPatat
    Posted at 11:17h, 23 August Reply

    It sounds like Owen Wilson is Ross.

  • EZmisery
    Posted at 15:21h, 04 November Reply

    This had a lot of potential, but definitely fell flat. Also, why the stereotypical gay voice?

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