18 Feb NoSleep Podcast S10E13
It’s episode 13 of Season 10. On this week’s show we have six tales about horrifying helpers, petrifying prizes and tiny terrors.
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He Was Dead When I Met Him
Extreme violence, sexually crude language
“It’s The Taking Part That Counts”† written by Caitlin Hobbs and performed by Mick Wingert & Mike DelGaudio & Dan Zappulla. (Story starts around 00:05:37)
“A Job for John”† written by S.H.Cooper and performed by Nikolle Doolin & Erika Sanderson & Erin Lillis & Jesse Cornett & David Cummings. (Story starts around 00:20:23)
“The Grand Reopening of Hellmouth Pass”† written by Jimmy Juliano and performed by Kyle Akers & David Cummings & Nichole Goodnight. (Story starts around 00:35:30)
“The Great White”† written by L.R. Cole and performed by Jesse Cornett & Atticus Jackson & Nikolle Doolin. (Story starts around 01:02:50)
“He Was Dead When I Met Him”‡ written by Henry Galley and performed by Jessica McEvoy & Elie Hirschman Nichole Goodnight & Peter Lewis. (Story starts around 01:26:25)
“The Little Man”¤ written by Gemma Amor and performed by Erika Sanderson & Jessica McEvoy & David Ault & Mary Murphy & Penny Scott-Andrews & James Cleveland & Brian Mansi & David Cummings. (Story starts around 01:58:10)
Executive Producer & Host: David Cummings
Musical score composed by: Brandon Boone
“He Was Dead When I Met Him” illustration courtesy of Naomi Ronke
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