NoSleep Podcast S3E22

30 Mar NoSleep Podcast S3E22

It’s episode 22 of Season 3. We have six tales for you in this episode featuring stories about creepy costumed critters and frightening female fears.

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

Jessie’s Collection written by Amanda Lewis and read by Peter Lewis. Music by Brandon Boone. (Story starts at 00:06:45)

Cold Room written by Eric Cleveland and read by Jessica McEvoy. (Story starts at 00:19:40)

I Was Never a Cat Person written by Ann Drenner and read by L. Bentley. (Story starts at 00:38:40)

Character Within written by Mateo Hellion and read by Matt Grant. Music by Brandon Boone. (Story starts at 00:50:10)

The Last Train Home written by L. Chan and read by David Cummings & L. Bentley. (Story starts at 01:05:15)

Pro-Life written by M. Grayson and read by Corinne Sanders. (Story starts at 01:25:00)

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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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This podcast is licensed under a Creative Commons License 2014.

  • Cathy
    Posted at 16:12h, 30 March Reply

    I’m so glad you are going to continue this for another year! I listen to lots of podcasts while working but No Sleep is my all time favorite. Personally I think you should raise the price some, it’s worth more than what you are currently charging.

  • Mateo Hellion
    Posted at 18:50h, 30 March Reply

    It’s been an honor to hear my stories on such a well done podcast. I’m glad to hear that a season 4 is around the corner. You do amazing work my friend! MH

  • CK
    Posted at 22:04h, 30 March Reply

    So happy to hear a season 4 will go on! I’d easily pay more for this podcast. The best I’ve ever heard.

  • Matthew
    Posted at 03:51h, 31 March Reply

    I love this podcast, and I would love to see it continue for years to come! I’m actually planing on buy a season pass when season 4 comes out! Hope things get easier for you David!

    Sincerely, Matthew.

    • Eroxa
      Posted at 12:08h, 10 August Reply

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    • Mickael
      Posted at 07:05h, 18 August Reply

      . HOWEVER, Woman B claimed she had never said anhtniyg to A about my wife spreading the rumors and that she was simply concerned about her. She was sorry, apologized, but understood if my wife didn’t trust her as a friend. My wife was hurt, but choose to forgive woman B and move on and attempt to repair things with woman A.The next morning, woman B went to A and told her what my wife had done to her. Woman A was concerned about the accuracy of the information she was getting from B. Woman A asked her again if she was sure that what she had said at the party was true, including the party about my wife telling many different people and maliciously attempting to start the rumors. B said this was all true again, and that my wife was really upset with A and wanted to bring her down with what she said.A week later, my wife tried to talk to woman A to apologize for what was said. Woman A would not even look at my wife. She said she was done with her as a friend. She explained that woman B had come back to her to tell her she had been talking about her AGAIN, and she reiterated about the fact she had been spreading the rumors maliciously and my wife wanted to hurt woman A. None of this was true. Woman A called my wife a slew of fowl language in front of me, in front of dozens of her close friends and in front of many of my wife’s friends. She stated that she was lying because woman B had said these things to her twice, and that she wouldn’t lie.My wife is woman A’s boss. Woman A is letting this effect her work. Woman A has cut off all communication with my wife outside of work. Woman B is now completely avoiding my wife entirely as well as woman B’s husband, who is a close friend of mine.My wife forgave them both for what happened. Several weeks has passed. I have a hard time forgiving these people and wanted them to ever be back at our home. They were both very good friends of my wife’s and now she feels alone and isolated because her two best friends destroyed their friendship. I even lost a close friend. The collateral damage goes very deep, since these were mutual friends of almost everyone we know.My wife wants me to move on, but I have such a hard time with that. My wife was trying to do the biblically accurate thing to hold a fellow sister in christ accountable and her other sister in christ; who was not a new christian, but a strong one, threw it in her face. She broke her trust not once, but twice.I just think she doesn’t need to be friends with these people if this is how they treat their relationships. I don’t feel comfortable having them around my home if this is what they choose to do.What do you think?

  • Drew
    Posted at 14:29h, 31 March Reply

    You had me on the edge of my seat while waiting for the announcement of season 4.

    Thank you, David, for all the fright filled hours.

  • Kevin L
    Posted at 00:56h, 01 April Reply

    Great Episode! I really enjoyed the final story.

  • Blakely
    Posted at 02:45h, 01 April Reply

    Mr. Cummings,

    Since you introduced the “pay-to-play” system, I’ve been a little bitter: I’m a child of the internet age, and I sometimes feel a little entitled to free online services.

    But ultimately I understand; I’m a musician, and also have a full-time job. In this latest podcast, you humanized yourself a lot with your explanation of the stresses of both your passion and your J-O-B. If – moving forward with season 4 – you begin to provide some of the extras you mentioned (or more) for your faithful listeners, I can only say that – well…that’s something I’d damn sure pay for!

    I wish you all the best in the near future, and I want you to know that you have my support!


  • Miguel
    Posted at 05:45h, 01 April Reply

    I’m very glad to hear that Season 4 will happen, hopefully we get a few more seasons as well. Operation Stingray was amazing, it could be a great movie.

  • Hasan
    Posted at 03:45h, 04 April Reply

    Best horror podcast on the internet, period!!! I’m definitely signing up again for Season 4.

  • Amber
    Posted at 02:47h, 06 April Reply

    I have loved this podcast this discovering it last Spring. It has come so far from good to great to phenomenal. I am renewing my season pass for the next round of tales and scares, no question! You have my full support taking a HUGE leap forward with a true gem in podcasting.
    Thank you for your dedication, talent, and determination to elevate this podcast further.

  • Marco
    Posted at 18:10h, 07 April Reply

    David I am a huge fan of the podcast and am glad to hear season 4 is cooking. However, some of the future plans worry me about the long term success of the show. It goes against logic but I recommend implementing a third tier into the price system for the podcast. It sounds like you will keep selling season 3 passes once season 4 starts, but I think that at the start of season 4 the price should be raised to 25$ or 24.99$ if you prefer and at the end of season 4 the price would go to 19.99$. The desired effect is that people can pay more upfront to support the show. I also am hesitant about the weekly release schedule. Between the three subreddits you have enough material for a lifetime, but I feel like the bi-weekly release schedule makes story choices more judicious.

  • Amanda
    Posted at 19:14h, 07 April Reply

    Is there a place we can also donate?

    • Takeshi
      Posted at 07:45h, 18 August Reply

      i don’t think so. cause if there is i should have found it by now. the real for minakg money in online biz is selling offline product to people. people surf internet to find what they looking for in the comfort of their home and not wasting money just to get to shop.and online product is way much cheaper than offline. so if anybody want to do biz online that is real biz. you be the middle person. so find knowledge how you could be a middle man or in internet biz it is called affiliate. and be extra careful cause there will always be somebody try to get something out of your wallet. i suggest you find free resources, download and learn whenever you free whether is for one month or two month for your self learning tutorial. internet wealth is not going anywhere but it will leave you behind when you start spending money without knowledge. concentrate on affiliatemarketing and if you love to write and have broad general knowledge then you should know by now that internet is a heaven for writers. good luck.

  • Devin
    Posted at 04:27h, 09 April Reply

    hey david ! I’m sorry we’re stretching you so thin! I’m glad their’s going to be another season. I’d be up for some ads on the web page if it’d help out. or a donation button. thanks if you read this

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 04:38h, 09 April Reply

    I’d like if there was more “true” stories to bring it back to its roots at /r/nosleep. a guy turning to a pig suddenly without notice doesn’t seem shard hitting as something more realistic. although some of the “out there” stories gave me the biggest shivers I’ve ever had. I just enjoy the “real” stories much more on average. its probably why /r/nosleep has much more subscribers than something like /r/creepypasta and such.

    • Mudo
      Posted at 23:46h, 15 April Reply

      I agree 100%. I’ll still buy season four for sure either way, but I agree that the less outlandish stories are usually more enjoyable on average.

  • Alexandra
    Posted at 18:33h, 16 April Reply

    hello I’m not sure if you really read all this comments hoping that you do. I just want you to know that I recently discover your show which is really good,some stories not soo good but for the most part they are pretty good. I unfortunately cannot pay for a subscription fee since I barely have enough for food on the table, my point to this is I hope you don’t start charging for the new season or for further seasons since I have not discovered another podcast that I enjoy as much as this one.

  • Brandon
    Posted at 13:54h, 20 May Reply

    Very excited to renew my Season Pass… Operation Stingray was one of my favorite episodes of the show to date, I’ve listened to every episode you have put out since the first episode. My second favorite was Bloodyface… keep up the good work!!!

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