NoSleep Podcast S4E25

25 Jan NoSleep Podcast S4E25

It’s episode 25 – the Season Finale of Season 4. We have two epic tales for you this week about storytellers recollecting disturbing events.

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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.

Copper Canyon
Child death

Copper Canyon written by C.K. Walker and read by The NoSleep Podcast Players. (Story starts at 00:06:30)

New Fish written by T.W. Grim and read by David Cummings, Peter Lewis, Mike DelGaudio, and Rock Manor. (Story starts at 00:48:30)


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Click here to discover C.K. Walker’s novel, “Cold Thin Air”.
 

Click here to discover T.W. Grim’s novel, “Tripping Over Twilight”.
 

The NoSleep Podcast Players are: David Cummings, Jessica McEvoy, Peter Lewis, Corinne Sanders, David Ault, Alexis Bristowe, Mike DelGaudio, Nikolle Doolin, Rock Manor, Susan Knowles, Otis Jiry, Tisha Boone,
Brian Mansi, Rima Chaddha Mycynek, Sammy Raynor, Nichole Goodnight, and C.K. Walker.


Podcast produced by: David Cummings

Music & Sound Design by: David Cummings & Brandon Boone

“New Fish” 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.

18 Comments
  • John
    Posted at 06:52h, 25 January Reply

    Good to hear Alexis bristowe narrating again missed her superb narration

  • selena
    Posted at 21:16h, 25 January Reply

    Love New Fish…didn’t want it to end

  • Erik
    Posted at 01:13h, 26 January Reply

    What a way to end the season! Both of these tales were great, slow burns to very satisfying conclusions. “Copper Canyon” is a great example of non-supernatural horror (including an ending that still leaves a question or two), while “New Fish” is pure otherworldly terror, juxaposed by the mundane horrors of prison life. Well done.

  • Maggie
    Posted at 17:01h, 26 January Reply

    Copper Canyon rings so close to the crash on Taconic Parkway back in 2009. It is very haunting and well done.

  • Kate
    Posted at 13:12h, 27 January Reply

    Once again, a fantastic season finale! Looking forward to the next installment of Suddenly Shocking and of course, Season 5!

  • Erica
    Posted at 23:19h, 27 January Reply

    I just finished and renewed my subscription. New Fish was one of the best long form stories this season. It was well written, well read and completely terrifying. The first story, Copper Canyon was also very good, as a frequent commuter you never know what you are seeing when people are driving oddly. Made for a chilling commute home Monday night.

    Keep up the great work, I look forward to subscribing for many more seasons!

  • timm grim
    Posted at 06:51h, 29 January Reply

    As a resident of Arizona copper canyon hit close to home for me. New fish was a fantastic way to end s4 look forward to s5 and will definitely be buying a pass! Keep it up guys. you rock David!

  • Andre Freeman
    Posted at 05:37h, 30 January Reply

    The new fish story was amazing loved it listened to it twice in a row I love your stories I’m interested in paying for the pass but have no clue how to u are the best Mr.David Cummings no doubt about it….

    • anon
      Posted at 02:34h, 01 February Reply

      There’s a link on the home page that takes you to the membership sign up page.

  • creepypasta
    Posted at 12:51h, 11 February Reply

    i love you!!! when i hear them it is the best hour of my day. <3

  • Aaron
    Posted at 01:10h, 28 February Reply

    Had listened to a couple of ‘casts from season five and found them compelling. New Fish absolutely sealed the deal. The No Sleep Podcast is my new favorite podcast.

  • David
    Posted at 14:29h, 02 August Reply

    My kids and I love your podcast! One thing: I wish I could see the illustration on my iPhone.

    I know it’s possible to make this happen. You can even change the picture for each story.
    See the Audible Treats (music) podcast for an example of how this is done.

    Best wishes,
    David, Leo and Simon

  • Kerry Langaker
    Posted at 23:37h, 04 November Reply

    I am a new no sleep listener and amazed at the high quality of the podcasts. Definitely getting season passes for all 6 seasons. Started at season 6 and listening back to one!!

  • Ugh :/
    Posted at 23:09h, 15 March Reply

    I’m new to the podcast but have purchased season 3 and 4. I’m a huge fan of all of your work and dedication and eagerly await each new episode. That being said…the second story (New Fish) was atrocious. Just atrocious.

    I’m not one to get on a social justice soapbox (especially when it comes to horror fiction) but there have literally been like two queer characters in any story so far….and now this?

    A transwoman transitioning on a whim and then living in gen. pop in prison? Ridiculous over the top hyper masculine bro rape? I understand suspending my disbelief, but forreal??

    I know you don’t write the content but goddamn, someone has to approve this stuff. I don’t mind gory and wild but can you at least make sure it’s well written?

    • Anonymous
      Posted at 01:49h, 10 August Reply

      I know what you mean. I was pretty icked out by how Remy was written, and aside from that was pretty disappointed with New Fish.

  • Citygirl
    Posted at 19:19h, 27 October Reply

    I get that the author of “New Fish” was trying to write dialogue for edgy, tough cons, but it comes across sounding a bit like an eleven-year-old who just discovered the F word. It ceases to be shocking very early on.

  • Julia Widmaier
    Posted at 13:32h, 13 November Reply

    I think mentions of rape should be a trigger warning for New Fish and really any story that contains that type of content.

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 16:40h, 18 November Reply

    Ugh I hated the police dispatcher having to repeat everything the callers were saying. Great story tho!

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