04 Mar NoSleep Podcast S10E15
NoSleep Podcast S10E15
It’s episode 15 of Season 10. On this week’s show we have six stories about nightmarish nature, confident cults and ancient evils.
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I Can’t Let My Friends Leave The Mine
“The Conqueror Worm”† written by Edgar Allan Poe and performed by Peter Lewis. (Story starts around 00:06:00)
“Edward”† written by Sarah Daly and performed by Erin Lillis & Addison Peacock & Kyle Akers. (Story starts around 00:10:00)
“Kensey Kendall’s Entrepreneurial Extravaganza”† written V.R. Gregg and performed by Peter Lewis & Mary Murphy & Jeff Clement & Erin Lillis & Nikolle Doolin. (Story starts around 00:28:15)
“Three-Faced Thelma”‡ written by S.H. Cooper and performed by Addison Peacock & Nikolle Doolin & Erin Lillis. (Story starts around 01:06:00)
“What Was Under My Bed”† written by C.E. Avery and performed by Elie Hirschman & Jesse Cornett & Addison Peacock & Mike DelGaudio. (Story starts around 01:26:50)
“I Can’t Let My Friends Leave The Mine”¤ written by Jon Grilz and performed by Jesse Cornett & Atticus Jackson & Nikolle Doolin & Mike DelGaudio & Dan Zappulla. (Story starts around 01:52:15)
Host: Peter Lewis
Executive Producer: David Cummings
Musical score composed by: Brandon Boone
“The Conqueror Worm” illustration courtesy of Jörn Heidrath
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