04 Feb NoSleep Podcast S10E11
It’s episode 11 of Season 10. On this week’s show we have five tales about sacrosanct sinners, confounded children, and evil elders.
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The Art of Transubstantiation
Self Harm, Genital Mutilation
The Animals Went In Two By Two
She Catches Demons in Her Teeth
Self Harm, Suicide, Drug Use
“The Art of Transubstantiation”† written by Henry Galley and performed by Dan Zappulla & Peter Lewis & Kyle Akers & Erika Sanderson. (Story starts around 00:20:00)
“The Animals Went In Two By Two”¤ written by Olivia White and performed by Erika Sanderson & Penny Scott-Andrews. (Story starts around 00:42:30)
“She Catches Demons in Her Teeth”‡ written by V.R. Gregg and performed by Mike DelGaudio & Erin Lillis & Jessica McEvoy & Jesse Cornett. (Story starts around 01:11:45)
“His Life’s Work”† written by Gemma Amor and performed by Brian Mansi & David Ault & Erika Sanderson. (Story starts around 01:32:25)
Executive Producer & Host: David Cummings
Musical score composed by: Brandon Boone
“She Catches Demons in Her Teeth” illustration courtesy of Lukasz Godlewski
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