Nosleep Podcast S2E25

21 Apr Nosleep Podcast S2E25

It’s episode 25 and the season finale of the second season of The Nosleep Podcast! This episode features stories about freaky food, frightening farmers, and forgotten phones. Not to mention the tales about murderous mirrors, mechanical mayhem, and mental meltdowns.

This episode features these stories:

Jack in the Box written by Graham McBride (Redditor donworrryboutit) and read by David Cummings (Redditor MikeRowPhone) & Jinny Sanders (Redditor Spookykittens). (Story starts at 00:05:35)

Old MacDonald Had a Farm written by Anton Scheller (Redditor urban_teller) and read by Jinny Sanders (Redditor Spookykittens). (Story starts at 00:15:55)

Autopilot written by Kevin Thomas (Redditor Skarjo) and read by David Cummings. (Story starts at 00:26:23)

Victim’s Glass written by Ari Nestlebaum (Redditor Arithered) and read by Ray Sizemore. (Story starts at 00:38:50)

Always Leave Work on Time written by Anton Scheller (Redditor urban_teller) and read by David Cummings. (Story starts at 00:48:15)

Psychosis written by Matt Dymerski (Redditor M59Gar) and read by David Cummings & Wendy Corrigan (Redditor EchoWind). (Story starts at 01:00:10)

Click here to learn more about Anton Scheller.

Click here to learn more about Matt Dymerski.

Click here to learn more about Kevin Thomas.

Click here to learn more about Ray Sizemore.

Podcast produced by: David Cummings (Redditor MikeRowPhone).

Music by: David Cummings

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This podcast is licensed under a Creative Commons License 2013.

  • Simon D
    Posted at 09:41h, 21 April Reply

    Great job on the new website David! This is a great wordpress theme, is that what you used?

    Keep up the great job, im considering doing some volunteer work in the future if I get some time. Thanks as always for providing us with great story’s.

    Kind regards,
    Simon D.

    • David C
      Posted at 21:50h, 24 April Reply

      Thanks, Simon. I appreciate the support!

    • Anonymous
      Posted at 00:19h, 15 May Reply

      I honestly want to see one episode after the subscription fee for me to pay. Love this series, I’ve listened to every episode since the beginning. I just expect more than the usual for me to shell out some money to listen to this.

  • Luka
    Posted at 10:06h, 21 April Reply

    Hello David,

    I am an avid listener to the nosleep podcast and I must say I truely enjoy your fright inducing podcasts!
    One thing that I am a bit confused about is, what will happen to the itunes podcast of this series? Will the free version only be availible there? Or will it be made possible to purchase a “premium” version which will have the full episodes (like the season pass)?
    Just wondering since it’s the easiest mothod for me to listen to this great podcast.

    Best regards,
    Luka from Denmark

    • Mudo
      Posted at 16:25h, 21 April Reply


      “You will have access to your password-protected RSS feed that you can use for your podcast delivery system. This means you can also access it via iTunes like you normally would, you just need to enter your password to do so. You can also download each episode via your membership page.”

      Reply feature is awesome, hope we can save David some time by answering each other’s questions from now on.

      • David C
        Posted at 21:50h, 24 April Reply

        Thanks for providing that info. That’s exactly how it will work.

  • jonny
    Posted at 15:11h, 21 April Reply

    amazing as usual, well done again, sir.

  • Mudo
    Posted at 16:30h, 21 April Reply

    Mixed feelings about the new theme.

    On one hand, it’s technically better in every way. Easier to navigate, more concise info, easier for new members to get used to (probably), improved commenting features, and even the social media features seem improved.

    However, the new logo and the color scheme have me a bit puzzled. I will admit the new background is easier on the eyes, but it seems a bit… friendly for such a dark podcast. Maybe this is just an old fan not adjusting to change, but it just seems odd to me this way. I’ll give it some time though and it will probably grow on me.

    Anyone else have thoughts on this?

    • David C
      Posted at 21:56h, 24 April Reply

      Thanks for the feedback.

      It was my intention to stay away from the look and feel of a stereotypical horror site, e.g. black background, blood-red text, images of skulls and demons, etc. The old theme with its blood splatter background was as close as I wanted to get to that style.

      This new style is meant to be clean and easy to use while conveying just a hint of the macabre that is contained in the show. I want people to know it’s a horror podcast while at the same time letting the horror sneak up on them when they listen.

      Think of it this way, like a sweet little old lady welcoming you into her old house, you feel comfortable and safe…until she locks you in the basement and starts preparing to chop you up and serve you in a stew. The new look is the little old lady, the show itself is where you experience the terror.

  • Jack
    Posted at 09:30h, 22 April Reply

    Goodbye NoSleep Podcast.

    It was one helluva ride.

  • Lauren
    Posted at 13:06h, 22 April Reply

    I am pretty upset that I won’t be able to pay for season three. I’m going to miss listening to my favorite podcast.

    • Lewis
      Posted at 10:50h, 24 April Reply


  • H Dore-Boize
    Posted at 20:46h, 23 April Reply

    Hi David, great work on the podcasts!

    I was just wondering what will happen with receiving the podcasts through the ‘podcasts’ app on the iPod. If i subscribe to season three (which i most certainly will) will i still be able to download the podcasts through the app? Or will there be an. Alternatives?

    • David C
      Posted at 21:58h, 24 April Reply

      Yes, you can subscribe via iTunes and the Podcasts app. You will get a username and password for the RSS feed and you’ll enter that in the app.

      • NicholsonsEyebrows
        Posted at 09:10h, 07 May Reply

        Will the main access point still be via this website (and subsequent member login)?

        I’ve never been a fan of iTunes and would much prefer to continue listening via this website, great new look by the way.

        I am defintely going to pay for full membership. Keep up the fantastic work.

  • Juturna
    Posted at 22:12h, 23 April Reply

    Hey David!

    Me and a friend were wondering, seeing as we couldn’t afford our own season pass, we were wondering if there was a way we could both use the same pass to listen to the podcast, as we’re both huge fans!

    • David C
      Posted at 21:48h, 24 April Reply

      With a Season Pass you are given secure links to episodes along with a secure RSS feed. The links have built-in security so you can’t simply send your download link to a friend or anyone else in order to “spread the show around”. However, once you download an episode there is nothing stopping you from sharing it via email or whatnot. Of course, I’d prefer that people not make it available to everyone but if you and your buddy want to both listen to the show via one subscription I have no problem with that.

  • Don
    Posted at 22:13h, 24 April Reply

    Great finally episode Season 2. !!! The Auto pilot storie was very well narrated and had me drawn totally in. Thank you soo much for your dedication to the podcast! I very much looking forward to Season 3

  • Tim M
    Posted at 13:32h, 25 April Reply

    Holy cow…one of the best episodes of the podcast to date. Autopilot is really going to make me look at my own daily routines a little differently from now on.

    Can’t wait for season 3!!!

  • Penny
    Posted at 05:01h, 27 April Reply

    Love the show. Found it through Creepy Pasta. I’m excited for season 3. Not excited about Paypal, but I will find a way!!!

    I hope this succeeds. I love listening to the stories while I work early mornings at my Dog grooming job.

  • Alia
    Posted at 07:12h, 01 May Reply

    Hey, David! I’m a young listener at 16 and have been listening since age 14. My whole family loves the podcast and we can’t wait every couple of weeks to finally get to hear it. We spend our quality time with scary stories and the such. It’s what really brings us together, so the longer the show, the longer we spend together. I’m so glad that it’s almost time for the season passes! We won’t hesitate to get one! Keep up the wonderful work. It’s hard to dig through reddit and find some actual good stuff, so your job must be pretty hard. Someday I hope I could have one of my stories read here… that is if I can muster up the energy to retype everything.

    P.S. Where has C.H. gone? He had the creepiest voice. He was awesome. Glad more Jinny is here!

  • Lizzy
    Posted at 05:32h, 07 May Reply

    At first I wasn’t too fond of the new website layout, but I think it’s beginning to grow on me. I was pretty shocked at first. I was thinking ” Oh my god what happened?!”
    But anyways, I thought I would take the time to say that this is an absolutely spectacular season finale. It was a great way to end the season. and the way the series has changed in quality is amazing as well. I went back and listened to one of the older episodes and I was surprised by how different it sounds. You’re doing a fantastic job with the series.
    I have also already pre-ordered for the next season I can’t not wait for what is in store!

  • phillip
    Posted at 05:38h, 24 May Reply

    how do i log in to the account that i paid for and why is it so rediculously hard to find? it should be plainly visible on the main website

    • David C
      Posted at 08:52h, 24 May Reply

      I can’t find your membership on file using this email address. Please contact me directly ( with your full name and the email address you used and I will help you out.

  • Narrations of “Old MacDonald Had a Farm” and “Always Leave Work On Time” in the Nosleep Podcast | Anton Scheller
    Posted at 15:02h, 26 May Reply

    […] MacDonald Had a Farm” and “Always Leave Work On Time” were featured in the Nosleep Podcast (episode S2E25). The amazing narrators and professional editing will make your skin […]

  • Get to Know. . . Matt Dymerski
    Posted at 19:31h, 16 July Reply

    […] three stories to *The NoSleep Podcast: The Basement (S1E2), Strangers in a Graveyard (S1E16) and Psychosis […]

  • Shae Mahoney
    Posted at 14:02h, 24 April Reply

    “Psychosis” was absolutely amazing. I was so torn between “is he being deceived or is he losing his mind?” up until the end. That was abrilliant reveal!

  • Joe Morningstar
    Posted at 18:23h, 06 September Reply

    Love the references to HP Lovecraft in “Psychosis” with the slabs of ancient civilizations.

  • Caliban
    Posted at 22:02h, 24 January Reply

    The first is pretty good!

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 18:26h, 03 March Reply

    Most of the stories I enjoyed but honestly, I couldn’t finish Psychosis. I just got so bored…

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 07:32h, 23 May Reply

    my dad is subscribed​ to the season pass I love no sleep podcast​ I actually got to see them live and I’m 13 and I love no sleep

  • Brienna Yocum
    Posted at 07:34h, 23 May Reply

    my dad is subscribed​ to the season pass I love no sleep podcast​ I actually got to see them live and I’m 13 and I love no sleep

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