03 Dec NoSleep Podcast S10E04
It’s episode 04 of Season 10. On this week’s show we have five tales about deep dryness, fiendish forests, and medicinal memories.
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An Out of Place Artefact at Toltec Site Three
Graphic violence, child death
“My Son Brought Something Home From the Woods“† written by Harrison Prince and performed by Mary Murphy & Erika Sanderson & Dan Zappulla & Jeff Clement. (Story starts around 00:02:00)
“An Out of Place Artefact at Toltec Site Three”‡ written by Samuel J. Allen and performed by Jeff Clement & Elie Hirschman & Atticus Jackson. (Story starts around 00:36:00)
“To Dust”† written by David Skulich and performed by David Cummings & Nichole Goodnight & Peter Lewis & Nikolle Doolin. (Story starts around 01:13:00)
“Don’t Become a Fire Lookout in Montana”¤ written by J.P. Carver and performed by Jesse Cornett & Erin Lillis & Matthew Bradford & Jessica McEvoy. (Story starts around 01:40:00)
“After The Curtain Called“† written by Marcus Damanda and performed by Mick Wingert & Mary Murphy & Nikolle Doolin & Atticus Jackson & Erin Lillis & Peter Lewis & Mike DelGaudio. (Story starts around 02:09:00)
Executive Producer & Host: David Cummings
Musical score composed by: Brandon Boone
“My Son Brought Something Home From the Woods” illustration courtesy of Naomi Ronke
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