NoSleep Podcast S3E21

16 Mar NoSleep Podcast S3E21

It’s episode 21 of Season 3. We have six tales for you in this episode featuring stories about glimpses into the future and the past; from deep within and the depths of space.

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

It Wasn’t My Stop written by Juan Flores and read by Jessica McEvoy. Music by Brandon Boone. (Story starts at 00:03:30)

What It Said written by Jon Patrick and read by Kyle Akers. (Story starts at 00:09:05)

The Cecil Hotel written by Mateo Hellion and read by Lynne Darlington. Music by Brandon Boone. (Story starts at 00:21:15)

Just Another Lee-Enfield Rifle written by Alex Hetherington and read by David Cummings. (Story starts at 00:33:00)

Viola’s Baby written by Catriona Richards and read by David Cummings. (Story starts at 01:02:55)

The Warren written by Liz Stokes and read by Kellie Fitzgerald, Jessica McEvoy, Ricardo Chica, and David Cummings. (Story starts at 01:22:35)


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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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12 Comments
  • Jess
    Posted at 06:55h, 16 March Reply

    Hi, this episode isn’t up for download on the member’s page yet.. Just a heads up!

  • mike
    Posted at 07:07h, 16 March Reply

    I paid for the season only the free version is up I need the other story’s I’m dying here I NEED MORE this episode is not on the members page yet
    ps I’m from vancouver so story 3 was extra creepy that one was real

    • Jess
      Posted at 03:47h, 19 March Reply

      The second one is *inspired* by the events from the girl in Vancouver. When I read the news article in my local paper, I was convinced she was having an episode. My best friend goes through those episodes, too, so when I read the article, I thought of my bff. Pretty sure the girl had schizophrenia and possibly was bi-polar. Such a sad loss. RIP.

      Amazing stories, atmosphere, narrations, music, and production this episode! Really had me creeped out. One note: For the story, “Just Another Lee-Enfield Rifle,” the one sound effect was “off” for me. The shopkeeper asked Jeremy for his age, he replied, “21.” Later on, he was at school in the courtyard and we hear a playground that sounds like young children are playing. Didn’t match up for me.

      Thank you, everyone, for contributing. One of my favourite episodes this season!

      • Anonymous
        Posted at 14:00h, 21 March Reply

        Author of the story here; Jeremy was lying so the guy would sell him the gun. Thanks for listening! :)

  • Hiep
    Posted at 18:21h, 17 March Reply

    Hi I only see the button for season pass, and not the individual pass button. is there another way I can get the individual pass?

  • CK
    Posted at 21:02h, 17 March Reply

    This episode was awesome, well done all. Especially the last! A very well written story with lots of characters and voice actors. Keep up the good work all!

  • jacquelyn
    Posted at 16:16h, 22 December Reply

    The Cecil Hotel story is real, except her name wasn’t Jacquelyn.. it was Elisa Lam. It was soooo creepy because my name is Jacquelyn. It gave me the chills.

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 21:45h, 02 October Reply

    please dont let this jessica person narrate anymore. it sounds like a happy little girl with a bubble in her throat, i couldnt even listen to the whole episode because i can’t stand listening to her

    • Reuben
      Posted at 22:19h, 26 October Reply

      This comment struck me funny, because “this Jessica person” is now one of the most-used narrators on the show.

    • Ramikin
      Posted at 19:45h, 17 December Reply

      To be fair, Jessica has improved immensely since this debut episode. I wasn’t the biggest fan when she first started, but now she’s probably my favorite narrator. Her work in “The Whistlers” and “House in the Field” was fantastic.

  • Sedgewick
    Posted at 07:26h, 05 December Reply

    If you like the Cecil Hotel story, check out this website-
    http://elisafields.blogspot.com

  • maria_g
    Posted at 09:39h, 18 April Reply

    The spookiest coincidence in the Elisa Lam case is this-
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pt8lhNNk9So

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