NoSleep Podcast S11E25

18 Nov NoSleep Podcast S11E25

It’s episode 25 of Season 11 – Our Season 11 finale. We have three tales about vexing vagrants, horrifying heritage, and lethal literati.

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The Public Domain
Violence

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“The Boy in the Alley”‡ written by C.K. Walker and performed by Nikolle Doolin & Jeff Clement. (Story starts around 00:02:50)

“The Family Strega”¤ written by Maxwell Malone and performed by Addison Peacock & Nikolle Doolin. (Story starts around 00:25:10)

“The Public Domain”† written by Henry Galley and performed by Jessica McEvoy & Atticus Jackson & Addison Peacock & Erika Sanderson & Peter Lewis & David Ault & Andy Cresswell & Penny Scott-Andrews. (Story starts around 01:13:30)


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Executive Producer & Host: David Cummings

Musical score composed by: Brandon Boone

Audio adaptations produced by: Phil Michalski† & Jeff Clement‡ & Jesse Cornett¤

“The Public Domain” illustration courtesy of Jörn

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