NoSleep Podcast S3E11

06 Oct NoSleep Podcast S3E11

It’s episode 11 of Season 3! We have many tales for you in this episode, featuring stories about abductions, strange sightings, and micro horror fiction.

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

Anecdotes in Ashes written by The Assembly and read by Nikolle Doolin, Peter Lewis, and David Cummings. (Story starts at 00:04:10)

Patient Sigma written by Eric Ponslee and read by David Cummings. (Story starts at 00:23:55)

All the Swans are Gone written by Catriona Richards and read by James Cleveland. Music by Brandon Boone. (Story starts at 00:37:45)

Captivity written by Aaron Harris and read by David Cummings. (Story starts at 00:54:00)

The Red Light in the Warehouse written by Chance Patrick and read by Peter Lewis. Music by Tice Thomason & David Cummings (Story starts at 01:23:10)

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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.

  • Mudo
    Posted at 02:54h, 07 October Reply

    Wow, that was a good one. I loved anecdotes in ashes, it would be really nice to have more micro-stories in the future. This was a really good episode all around, but I loved Red Light in particular.

  • T.W. Grim
    Posted at 07:56h, 07 October Reply

    Anecdotes in Ashes will be available as a free download on Amazon on Oct 7th. So, please – take advantage of this offer! I hope you enjoy it.

  • Ian
    Posted at 18:25h, 07 October Reply

    I just wanted to say that this was an incredible episode. I loved the short stories at the beginning- it was a truly awesome way to start off the episode. Then we got into the full length stories, and wow, they were all great this week. James Cleveland’s narration gets better week on week, and his story this episode was narrated fantastically. David’s narration, as always, was top notch especially in Captivity, and Peter Lewis is quickly becoming one of my favourite regular narrators on the show after another amazing performance in Red Light.

    I would also like the mention that the music and sound on this episode was really well done. The music was a perfect fit in all the stories and really added to the sense of horror and dread.

    Once again, really good job to everyone involved in this episode! Can’t wait for the next one!

    • James Cleveland
      Posted at 13:53h, 10 October Reply

      Thank you for your kind words. It is always encouraging to know that people like my work and I hope I continue to improve in future episodes when I find some new stories to work on.

      I’m somewhat familiar with [location redacted] so that may have helped add some realism to this particular story. I also think David did a fantastic job on the production.

  • James Cleveland
    Posted at 09:49h, 11 October Reply

    The Assembly has done some great work and I’ll definitely be getting myself a copy of Anecdotes in Ashes when it comes out in print form. It can join Penpal and 99 Brief Scenes in my collection of books discovered through this podcast.
    I hear a rumour there’s a full audio version too?

    I’d also be happy to see more microfiction featured occasionally in future episodes – perhaps collected in the same way?

  • Ben
    Posted at 02:45h, 14 October Reply

    Anecdotes in ashes was just awesome, fantastic short stories.

  • Greg
    Posted at 02:03h, 09 May Reply

    The Red Light in the Warehouse is yet another great example of why this podcast is so good. Nothing really scary or disturbing happens in the story yet the fantastic narration by Peter Lewis accompanied by the unsettling music really makes it a great listen.

  • Brandon
    Posted at 17:37h, 06 May Reply

    I love this Podcast, and I absolutely LOVED Captivity… put me right in the story. Great job as always!!

  • Mackenzie
    Posted at 20:49h, 22 April Reply

    The new intro gets me every time O_O

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