NoSleep Podcast S4E24

18 Jan NoSleep Podcast S4E24

It’s episode 24 of Season 4. We have six tales for you this week, featuring tales about nasty neighbors, musical madness, and sentimental psychosis.

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Trigger Warnings

Some of our listeners may find the content of certain stories disturbing because of trauma or bad experiences in their lives. This section allows you to get some information about stories that have content which may "trigger" emotionally disturbing memories.

In order to be as respectful as possible to the authors, these trigger warnings are not intended to be spoilers for the story. However, bear in mind that by viewing these trigger warnings you may see information that reveals aspects of the plot that may in fact "spoil" the impact of the story.

A Shortcut Home
Child death

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

A Shortcut Home written by Julie McGinn and read by Jessica McEvoy, Corinne Sanders, David Cummings. (Story starts at 00:05:35)

Birdseed written by E. Blackburn and read by Peter Lewis. (Story starts at 00:24:20)

Why You Can’t Talk to the Dead written by T.E. Parker and read by Nichole Goodnight & Nikolle Doolin. (Story starts at 00:38:40)

Martellato written by Catriona Richards and read by David Ault & L. Bentley. (Story starts at 00:47:20)

The Lovers written by Michael Marks and read by David Cummings & Nikolle Doolin & Mike DelGaudio. (Story starts at 01:19:30)


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Click here to learn more about Julie McGinn

Click here to learn more about Nikolle Doolin

Click here to learn more about Mike DelGaudio

Podcast produced by: David Cummings

Music & Sound Design by: David Cummings & Brandon Boone

“Why You Can’t Talk to the Dead” illustration courtesy of Lukasz Godlewski

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.

  • Mudo
    Posted at 16:17h, 18 January Reply

    Woohoo! Loving the art once again. Can’t wait to listen to this one!

  • Bree NicGarran
    Posted at 14:21h, 19 January Reply

    I never seem to have time to listen to the podcast on Sundays when it premieres, but it’s first on my agenda when I settle into the home office every Monday morning. It’s such an exciting way to start my work week!
    Can’t wait for Season 5! I’ll be getting my Season Pass for sure!

  • Hannah
    Posted at 17:09h, 19 January Reply

    “Why You Can’t Talk to the Dead” Gave me chills! Nichole Goodnight did great! I love this podcast so much! Thanks for the stories David!

    • Nichole Goodnight
      Posted at 13:42h, 26 January Reply

      Thank you so much! It was a great story to read!

  • Bernie
    Posted at 01:34h, 20 January Reply

    This episode was so fantastic that I just had to purchase the whole thing. Quality of the stories has definitely improved with the full time status, so I just wanted to say Thank You Dave! And everyone else who makes this podcast possible. Great artwork as well. Every story gave me chills, but the third one had me guessing til the very last word. Predictable but caliber. Can’t wait to hear the whole thing, and the season finale!

  • Erik
    Posted at 21:26h, 20 January Reply

    Who else felt like throttling Dave for the “the Nosleep podcast is coming to an end” gag?

    Of course, I’m a three-story-a-week nonpaying moocher, so I probably deserved it.

    (Thank you, by the way, for allowing the free downloads.)

    • Heidi
      Posted at 00:51h, 23 January Reply

      Yeah, I too almost freaked out about the “coming to an end” bit. That was pretty funny, Dave, but you almost gave me a heart attack. Lol

      • Benjamin
        Posted at 20:05h, 04 November Reply

        Honestly that was probably the genuinely scariest part of the episode, lol (not that the stories weren’t wonderful)

  • Kate
    Posted at 01:33h, 22 January Reply

    Okay, so I’m a total fangirl for Peter Lewis. His narration style is amazing, his voice is soothing, and I’m always excited when I see that he’ll be narrating! Peter, seriously. You have a fantastic, intriguing voice.
    And Nikolle Doolin! You’re another one of my favorites! Along with Corinne Sanders and Jessica McEvoy (and David, you have a special place in my heart)

    You guys are an amazing, talented group of artists. Keep up the great work and I look forward to see what you guys bring us for season 5!!!

    • That Peter Guy
      Posted at 06:26h, 23 January Reply

      My goodness I feel warm and fuzzy inside. That is far kinder a comment than I deserve.

      Though I do wholeheartedly agree with the second paragraph.

    • Corinne
      Posted at 02:06h, 24 January Reply

      Thank you Kate! Those are such sweet things to say :). It’s very rewarding to hear comments like this so thank you, I really appreciate the kind words! I have to disagree with Peter though. The first paragraph is spot on!

  • Rick
    Posted at 20:40h, 22 January Reply

    Does anyone else feel that “A Shortcut Home” has a similar tone to the “Penpal Series” by Dathan Auerbach?

    • Erica
      Posted at 23:24h, 27 January Reply

      I did get a “Penpal” vibe off of “A Shortcut Home”. I actually would like to hear more from this short story. It made me go back to /r/nosleep to see if I could find it.

  • CtrlAltLee
    Posted at 17:50h, 07 February Reply

    A great episode. The stories in here all had a nice distinct flavor to them. So creepy too. The neighbors one was seriously nasty.

  • sam
    Posted at 07:35h, 11 February Reply

    I discovered this by the application in the android play store! I fuckin love it!!!!! Please keep updating the application for more stories. A story every night will be awesome :) I love you guys!
    (Female fan; india)

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