Nosleep Podcast S2E10

09 Sep Nosleep Podcast S2E10

We’ve reached double digits in Season 2 of the Nosleep Podcast with episode 10. This time we’re featuring five stories about nasty home environments, futuristic frights, and workplace terrors!

This episode features these stories:

The Silent written by Asher Rice (Redditor OminousOnes) and read by Guy Lester (Redditor BaphometJr).

I’m Sorry, Daddy written by Hagen Loyd (Redditor Hagenisnotacat) and read by C.H. Williamson (Redditor pomochu).

Talent Show written by Sam Hunt (Redditor Left-Hand-Path) and read by Wendy Corrigan (Redditor EchoWind).

Working Late written by Leon Chan (Redditor straydog1980) and read by David Cummings (Redditor MikeRowPhone).

Basement Cameras written by Alan Coakley (Redditor breadofthedead) and read by Travis Newton (Redditor thetravisnewton).

Podcast produced by: David Cummings (Redditor MikeRowPhone).

Music by: David Cummings

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  • Ronaldo
    Posted at 19:48h, 09 September Reply

    Amazing! Keep up the good work! Cheers!

  • Left-Hand-Path
    Posted at 23:59h, 09 September Reply

    Oh my God, I loved it. Thank you so much, guys, especially you, Wendy. You had my heart pounding the entire time and I’m the one that freakin’ wrote it.

  • Daryl
    Posted at 14:50h, 10 September Reply

    I have been a fan for a year, and I commend you on your excellent stories and storytellers. Keep up the great work.

  • chad
    Posted at 21:18h, 10 September Reply

    holy crap, this is freakin amazing! l love this, keep up the good work guys!!!

  • John V.
    Posted at 19:46h, 12 September Reply

    Listening to it now. So far so creepy!

  • UnbredConstant
    Posted at 20:53h, 12 September Reply

    I just listened to it. Amazing job, as always. After listening to “The Silent”, I realized I have the room at the end of the hall in my house…guess I won’t be sleeping tonight.

    • Francisco
      Posted at 19:01h, 11 August Reply

      Sara,I have question.My hair color is dark brown/black. I want to dye my hair into dark red / bgnruudy. I don’t want to bleaching my hair.I want to use permanent dye. I live in Indonesia. Commonly available brands are L’oreal and Garnier. Do you have any suggestions, what color suit me? And which products are right for me and should I use?I also want to have a few streaks/highlights in my hair with bright colors. Such as blonde, or whatever fits.I don’t know if it matters, but my skin is yellow Asia. So it might be to adjust the color of my hair.Thank you so much

  • Eric
    Posted at 05:02h, 14 September Reply

    Love this podcast! Been listening to it since last season’s second episode. This newest one creeped me the hell out! Had a little trouble “sleeping” as a matter of fact…

  • C1in
    Posted at 03:18h, 17 September Reply

    C. H. Williamson always freaks me out.

  • flemdeezill
    Posted at 03:52h, 18 September Reply

    very glad you guys made this,thank you so much.avid no sleep reader myself.keep up the good work its much appreciated.

  • harrison
    Posted at 03:18h, 20 September Reply

    i love the podcast i think that you should sell nosleep shirts

  • katie
    Posted at 14:16h, 20 September Reply

    When will there be a new episode? I have listened to every single episode since last week or so – It made my days go by so much faster (and made them more enjoyable too).

    Reply: Episodes come out every other Sunday. Next episode is Sept 23.

  • Daniel
    Posted at 23:52h, 20 September Reply

    You know, most of the time the stories in the podcast give me shivers every now and again, I still enjoy all of the very much though, but this episode really disturbed and scared me! That doesn’t happen often I can tell you that haha! Keep up the good work and I hope to hear the same level terror in every other story that make up these amazing podcasts!

  • carlyn
    Posted at 04:23h, 21 May Reply

    I like the way that the narrator s can make any story intersting. It would be nice to know what the narrators look like. I think C H Williamson has a unique voice, I like listening to him.

  • Pamela
    Posted at 13:05h, 20 March Reply

    I just found you a month ago, February 2015, so I have a lot of catching up to do. I’m a diehard fan of creepy, scary stories, and not many things scare me, but NoSleep podcasts most certainly have!! What I’ve heard these past few weeks have cost me some sleepless nights!! Love every story, and I’m only up to July 2012. Great stories and narrators. Simply the best.

  • 408Facemob
    Posted at 02:39h, 06 August Reply

    Been following nosleep for a long time now. Looking to become a narrator. I have a producer., not only that but, as far as they go, a really good one. I’m starting classes in the fall for media production.

  • Brittany
    Posted at 23:42h, 24 October Reply

    Dear God… I have a 3 to 4 hour (depending on traffic) round trip commute to and from work. Now that winter has crept in it gets dark by the time I am out of the city and on the the less well lit cow country roads where I live. Basement Cameras scared the ever loving crap out of me, especially when my GPS fell off my windshield and crashed against my dashboard. I almost peed.

  • Katie Lagacy
    Posted at 16:27h, 09 November Reply

    I usually think the stories are pretty decent but “Talent Show” was PAINFUL to listen to. The fact that it’s supposed to take place in the future and they mention Xbox 360 and Mumford and Sons?? I am shocked that you would pick that one to read. I love the podcast but I just can’t believe that you chose that poorly written story to read. I’m going to pretend like it never happened.

    • Frank
      Posted at 05:56h, 01 February Reply

      Not sure when this comment was written, but it’s all kinds of wrong. As far as I can tell from the description of the robot’s processor, this story is meant to be taking place in a year where technology developed in 2016 is still used, so it’s not that far into the future from when it was written. The Xbox bit was talking about the robot’s motion sensors using technology that had originally been developed for the Kinect and had later been improved and used for other purposes. Assuming it’s somewhere between 2016-2018 (2020 at the latest), the narrator could easily have owned an Xbox 360 at some point in her life. As for her listening to Mumford and Sons, I really don’t see why this would be an issue. As of 2016, they’re still releasing new music. Even if this was decades in the future (which it’s not), there’s still a possibility that she just likes old music, like people who listen to music from the 50’s and 60’s now. The only thing that didn’t feel quite right time-wise was the news headlines, but they could have been plausible future headlines four years ago. The person who originally posted about this will probably never see this response, but I just couldn’t let it go.

  • J Pollhein
    Posted at 21:17h, 01 February Reply

    I’m sorry Daddy wasn’t very well written I think. The kid used words a toddler wouldn’t usually use and the concept of stalling/ a toddler negotiating with monsters seems a little off-kilter. Still, I’m a huge fan!

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 16:39h, 14 April Reply

    I hate to be negative, but C H Williamson is one of my least favorite narrators. His voice grates on me, especially when he pronounces every word ending in “g” as a hard g sound.

  • Kat
    Posted at 01:14h, 14 July Reply

    I just wanted to let you know that the Basement Cameras was great! I’m not one to normally find gory style stories interesting or scary, but this one had a great atmosphere thanks to the narrator and was extremely well written.

    As a side note, I’d like to ask for more psychological horror like the story an episode or two back about everything being a dream. I tend to find those scarier and more thought provoking than the monster in the dark stuff. Thanks as always for keeping my nights sleepless!

  • Anna Hendricks
    Posted at 13:47h, 30 August Reply

    Another excellent job folks! “I’m sorry Daddy” took a very unexpected curve that made for a good ending.
    “Basement Caneras” was by far the creepiest. The thought of being surrounded by things you can’t see, then having your eyes opened to all of it at the same time must be indescribable.
    Keep it coming!

  • Suyash
    Posted at 04:50h, 23 December Reply

    It was best As it was.(no more words)

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 00:37h, 12 April Reply

    I’m hooked.

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