NoSleep Podcast S3E09

08 Sep NoSleep Podcast S3E09

It’s episode 9 of Season 3! We have five tales for you in this episode, featuring stories about mysterious creatures, unholy teens, and tormented elders.

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The full episode features the following stories. The free version features only the first two tales.

The Thing I Saw in the Woods written by Ryan Henderson and read by David Knopel. Music by Brandon Boone. (Story starts at 00:03:25)

Milk and Cookies written by L Chan and read by Peter Lewis. (Story starts at 00:16:20)

The Terrorizing of a Substitute Teacher written by Chance Patrick and read by David Cummings. (Story starts at 00:37:55)

My Grandfather Knew Why We Run from the Dark written by Anton Scheller and read by David Cummings. (Story starts at 01:01:35)

Jesus Camp written by Rachel Mari and read by Jenni Higginbotham. (Story starts at 01:28:45)


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Podcast produced by: David Cummings

Music & Sound Design by: David Cummings, unless otherwise noted

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This podcast is licensed under a Creative Commons License 2013.

13 Comments
  • Mudo
    Posted at 02:35h, 09 September Reply

    Wow, great episode. The new narraters really impressed me and I hope to hear more from them all in the future. Milk and Cookies is now one of my favorites stories read on the podcast. Also, the podcast is now averaging about 2 hours in length now! That’s awesome!

    The final line of Jesus Camp was cut off though. I read that story a loooong time ago when I first got into r/nosleep and had forgotten what it was about, but the last line really stuck with me for some reason and I was pretty confused when the story ended without it. Was there any special reason for removing it?

  • Frothy_Ham
    Posted at 17:45h, 09 September Reply

    Holy cow, Peter Lewis is a great voice actor…I haven’t heard of him before. Does he have anything else out there?

  • Ceranade
    Posted at 20:23h, 09 September Reply

    Wow, Peter Lewis did an amazing job narrating. I actually stopped what I was doing to listen to him for the whole story. Hope he reads more for the show in the future.

  • Marc
    Posted at 22:33h, 09 September Reply

    Peter Lewis did such a great job with the reading of “Milk and Cookies”. I will be looking forward to hearing more stories read by him. All of the readers did an awesome job. Thank you David for always producing a top notch product.

  • timgrim
    Posted at 09:42h, 10 September Reply

    I love this podcast! iv been listening since ep5s1 and it keeps getting better. keep up the good work David.

  • Jared
    Posted at 21:03h, 13 September Reply

    This episode had some of the best stories yet. The quality and content of the podcast has gotten greater and greater with each episode. Great job to all involved.

  • Kevin L
    Posted at 01:05h, 17 September Reply

    Another fantastic episode! I really enjoyed the new narrators as well. I also concur with Marc, Peter Lewis did a phenomenal job in narrating “Milk and Cookies”. Can’t wait till the next episode and I’m glad I forked out for the season pass.

  • MC Wright
    Posted at 10:58h, 19 September Reply

    I know the No Sleep stories are written to be actual stories that could have happened, but I felt as though the first on of this episode had waaaay too many F words, took me away from the experience. Otherwise amazing episode and can’t wait for the next one.

    • bitterjack
      Posted at 07:57h, 21 November Reply

      @MC Wright

      That story was essentially a slasher story, and the amount of fucks, albeit gratuitous, suited the type of story it was. However the problem was the delivery. Im sure the people who contribute to this podcast are told to be slow and deliberate so that people don’t have a hard time listening to the podcast, but this story called for almost a speedier and more believable delivery. Nobody enuciates fucks with so much “fff” unless they nearly mean it as an offense.

    • Bob Beans
      Posted at 15:27h, 30 July Reply

      I totally agree! I don’t care about the amount but they seemed misplaced and thrown in just because. They never came across as natural, more like they were forced.

    • BDPC
      Posted at 14:01h, 13 December Reply

      First episode I think the author wrote it because he just bought a gun and wanted to talk about it

  • Jess
    Posted at 19:29h, 22 September Reply

    Such a great episode! I love listening to these they make my work day FLY by!

  • Ce
    Posted at 15:29h, 07 October Reply

    I found this podcast earlier this year so I’m years late on commenting on how amazing this episode is! This is definitely one of my favorite episodes thus far in the series.

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