NoSleep Podcast S3E17

19 Jan NoSleep Podcast S3E17

It’s episode 17 of Season 3. We have five tales for you in this episode featuring stories about creepy sights & sounds, writing tips, and disturbing childhood recollections.

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

I Used to Sit There written by F.J.F. McTiernan and read by David Cummings. Music by Brandon Boone. (Story starts at 00:03:10)

Writer’s Block written by Serge Hellman and read by Peter Lewis. (Story starts at 00:18:10)

1957 written by Chance Patrick and read by David Cummings. (Story starts at 00:32:20)

Tent Number 7 written by M.J. Pack and read by Elle Hama. (Story starts at 01:01:20)

Tonight Us written by James Birkenhead and read by David Cummings. (Story starts at 01:15:20)


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Click here to learn more about F.J.F. McTiernan

 

Click here to learn more about Chance Patrick

 

Click here to learn more about Peter Lewis

 


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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3 Comments
  • M.K. Collins
    Posted at 18:33h, 19 January Reply

    Great episode this time around. Very haunting in the sense of it being horror of course, but also very lyrically written and performed. Great cadence and build up in every story and really chilling endings make for this to be a hell of a podcast. Thank you so much for sharing this terror with the world!

  • Mali Taus
    Posted at 18:38h, 22 January Reply

    I stumbled upon this through my TuneIn radio app on my Samsung tablet: excellent podcast, thank you.

  • Greg
    Posted at 03:11h, 18 May Reply

    For those who aren’t aware, Tent Number 7 is about the Oklahoma Girl Scout Murders. Very sad, and horrific at the same time. Probably the most chilling tale I’ve heard in season 3 thus far, and definitely one of the most unsettling I’ve ever heard on NoSleep.

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