NoSleep Podcast S3E15 – Christmas 2013

15 Dec NoSleep Podcast S3E15 – Christmas 2013

It’s episode 15 of Season 3 and time for our annual Christmas episode! We have seven tales for you in this Yuletide show with stories about the dark and twisted deeds that take place during the festive season.

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

A Christmas Feast written by Michael Whitehouse and read by Peter Lewis. (Story starts at 00:03:50)

The Dead Girl’s Valentine written by Meghan O’Hara Murray and read by David Cummings. Music by Brandon Boone. (Story starts at 00:23:50)

Christmas Shopping written by Anton Scheller and read by Matt Grant. (Story starts at 00:44:05)

Don’t Turn On the Lights, Mommy written by Steven Horn and read by David Cummings & Kellie Fitzgerald. Music by Brandon Boone. (Story starts at 00:57:50)

Red Christmas written by Anton Scheller and read by Barnabas Deimos. (Story starts at 01:07:00)

The Chimney Man written by Phillip Howard and read by Peter Lewis. (Story starts at 01:15:05)

The Christmas Tree written by Michael Whitehouse and read by David Cummings. (Story starts at 01:30:50)

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Podcast produced by: David Cummings

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

The NoSleep Podcast uses the PSE Hybrid Library exclusively for its sound design.

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  • Miguel
    Posted at 23:13h, 16 December Reply

    I have been listening to The No Sleep Podcast since Season 1 and i subscribed the day it was available. Anyways, great season keep up the good work and i hope we have 10 or more seasons. I will continue to subscribe.

  • shana
    Posted at 23:09h, 17 December Reply

    “its odd-numbered fingers moved with a stutter” Beautifully terrifying description. Merry Xmas fellow NoSleepers!

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  • Tejas V Hirah
    Posted at 15:05h, 03 January Reply

    Curled up in my blanket, horrifyingly Merry, this episode gave me goosebumbs. Keep up the amazing work, listen to the no sleep everynight, much love and heres wishing Mr Cummings and all othet listeners a very blessed and happy new year from Singapore

  • B Gamble
    Posted at 23:50h, 07 January Reply

    I’d sue you if I could but not after shaking your hand. For years the kids in my family have made fun of my passion for listening to OTR and audio tale podcasts and programs. These include my son (16) and my niece (13) who just won’t give this genre a chance — you know hi-tech, seen all the scary movies, fearless kids these days that lack patience and imagination. Well a few nights ago we gathered for a game night and then I begged them to curl up around the speaker and listen with me to that WONDERFUL Xmas episode.
    We did and now I am left with two freaked out youngsters! As the kiddies say, OMG! Now my niece won’t go near the real Xmas tree at her home after dark and can’t stop talking about the story or our experience; my brother and his wife are pissed off at me. My niece says she can’t wait to get to school because the teacher is going to play an OTR version of Poe’s “a Tell-Tale Heart.” My son is now catching up with everything NoSleep but has to do this in my bedroom as he is too scared to listen alone in his own room — which has kept me up because of his exclamations and need to lie in bed with me (why I’d sue you if I could). Imagine a HS football player laying up scared next to you when you are trying to sleep! He has told all of his friends and now they call me asking about how long has NoSleep been around and have I heard this story or that story.
    This has been such a bonding experience and I am pleased that you provide something that has kickstarted my kids to expand their minds and understand that fun and fear are not always about a watching a movie but more so about their own ability to listen and imagine. Both kids are now joined by two other nephews who can’t wait to get to their uncle’s house, make hot chocolate, turn out the lights, and curl up to NoSleep. AWESOME!!! Why didn’t I think of this during Halloween?

  • Antagonistic Feminist
    Posted at 18:49h, 12 April Reply

    “And the same old ‘Merry christmas, Jack’ beneath it.” Oh-god-oh-god-oh-god, shiiiit this isn’t happening!

  • Elizabeth Cormier
    Posted at 08:34h, 04 January Reply

    So I’ve been binge listening to this while at work, and various other times during the day. Happened to come across this episode around midway through my work-day. Now I listen to it full blast so I can hear it around the various equipment found in our noisy warehouse, and I have to say, A Christmas Feast was the best story I’ve heard BY FAR.
    Blasting in my ear for the 20 minutes I’ve never been so entranced. I spent 5 minutes laughing at the end, it was perfect. Thank you so much for sharing that story with me, it was outstanding.

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