04 Nov NoSleep Podcast S11E23
It’s episode 23 of Season 11. On this week’s show we have five tales about distracted drivers, horrendous habits, and stemming Summer.
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I Should Never Have Started Smoking
Instances of substance abuse
After the Lifeboat
Violence, sexual violence
The Summer Solstice
Violence, child harm
“Little Lost Amy”† written by Dan Fields and performed by Corinne Sanders & Alexis Bristowe. (Story starts around 00:04:00)
“Velvet”¤ written by Sierra Cvach and performed by Kyle Akers & Jesse Cornett & Nikolle Doolin & Peter Lewis. (Story starts around 00:22:00)
“I Should Never Have Started Smoking”† written by S.S.Livia and performed by Addison Peacock & Kyle Akers & Peter Lewis. (Story starts around 00:48:50)
“After the Lifeboat”† written by Jazzmin Forrestall and performed by Nikolle Doolin & Mary Murphy. (Story starts around 01:08:00)
“The Summer Solstice”‡ written by Marcus Damanda and performed by Jessica McEvoy & Jeff Clement & Nichole Goodnight & David Ault & Erin Lillis & Nikolle Doolin & Armen Taylor & Kyle Akers & Dan Zappulla & Atticus Jackson & Addison Peacock & Mary Murphy & Jesse Cornett. (Story starts around 01:34:00)
Executive Producer & Host: David Cummings
Musical score composed by: Brandon Boone
“Velvet” illustration courtesy of Mark Pelham
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