NoSleep Podcast S5E25

16 Aug NoSleep Podcast S5E25

It’s episode 25 – the Season 5 Finale! We are proud to present the full-length adaptation of Amity Argot’s epic tale, “The Whistlers”.

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The Whistlers written by Amity Argot and read by Jessica McEvoy & David Cummings & Jesse Cornett & Mike DelGaudio. (Story starts at 00:04:55)


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Podcast produced by: David Cummings

Music & Sound Design by: Brandon Boone & David Cummings.

“The Whistlers” illustration courtesy of Sabu

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32 Comments
  • Hostageasylum
    Posted at 07:53h, 16 August Reply

    This story is truly terrifying to me and chilled me to the bone from the second it started to the second it ended and it’s even scary at 2:52 in the morning and I love it. But this phycalogical terror is truly amazing and terrifies me more than the Russian sleep experiment just that unknow feeling of what comes next

  • Dr. Roboculous
    Posted at 18:35h, 16 August Reply

    Fucking amazing artwork for this one. Doin it up big!

  • Dana
    Posted at 19:10h, 16 August Reply

    OMG! I am sooooo happy to see that this story makes the season finale!! I haven’t listened yet but LOVED reading the story a few months back on NoSleep. Thank you guys for making it possible to listen to one of my favorite NoSleep sagas of all time!!

  • Rachael Harvey
    Posted at 22:56h, 16 August Reply

    Absolutely fantastic story. Thoroughly enjoyed it, thanks all!

  • Len
    Posted at 00:15h, 17 August Reply

    Of all the many hundreds of stories I’ve read on NoSleep and listened to on the podcast, this one trumps them all. The music and the sounds blend perfectly to deliver the quintessential horror story with great writing, excellent narration by Jesse, Mike, David and Jessica, and the overall mystery allowed me to be emotionally absorbed to a point. I can’t wait for Season 6 seeing how good 5 was.

  • JS
    Posted at 16:25h, 17 August Reply

    Hmmm….the tagline on the poster looks very familiar. Nice reference. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0072271/

  • Dan
    Posted at 16:45h, 17 August Reply

    That posters tagline is very familiar. https://youtu.be/Vs3981DoINw

  • That Peter Guy
    Posted at 20:13h, 17 August Reply

    My my, what a handsome t-shirt. I imagine owl be ordering several of them to cover my pasty carcass.

  • Teresa Wyatt
    Posted at 03:39h, 18 August Reply

    Bravo! Bravo! Bravo!

  • Mankey
    Posted at 05:25h, 18 August Reply

    Too long. Too much innate detail. It would have been perfect, if not for the extra hour’s worth of unnecessary and redundant character development. Js, wasted two hours on this one.

    That being said, love nosleep soooo much overall! Thanks guys!

  • Devin
    Posted at 09:00h, 18 August Reply

    Wow. That story was amazing, the production of it all, the writing, the voices, the music, the sound effects, everything. This is my favorite nosleep podcast episode. and one of my favorite horror fiction stories of all time. I don’t say that lightly, I’ve listened to all of the episodes of the nosleep podcast (and hopefully i can hear all the stories if i can get enough money to get a season pass), I’ve listened to countless hours of pseudopod, nosleep, audiobooks, and other horror audio stories, But this has to be my favorite of them all, I really felt for and connected with the characters, through the writing and voice acting both. And I felt the fear that i came to this podcast for. just thank you. I hope you read these comments David and the crew :)

  • Samanta
    Posted at 16:38h, 18 August Reply

    I am new the this No Sleep Podcast, this officially has me hooked!

  • Nate
    Posted at 09:23h, 19 August Reply

    YES. GOOD STORY INDEED. Will subscribe to the next season too!

  • Alan OBrien
    Posted at 03:02h, 20 August Reply

    Where are the remade episodes of Lights Out?

    • B
      Posted at 13:14h, 20 August Reply

      Lights out appears in the members RSS feed.

  • Qboy
    Posted at 01:44h, 21 August Reply

    Great job to all the amazing talents of those who produced this episode. Everything was perfect and actually i believe that this is one of the scariest yet. I love the podcast and everything you guys are doing and already got my season pass 6. Also one more thing despite the name of the podcast i actually listen to it at night just before bed. Can’t wait for season 6 and hope to hear more frightful tales narrated by David and the Gang for many more seasons to come.

  • Anubhav
    Posted at 22:01h, 22 August Reply

    By far the best story I’ve read on /r/nosleep.

  • Arsh
    Posted at 19:09h, 23 August Reply

    Wow, the talent and production quality of this story is astounding. So creepy. You guys hit it outta the part.

  • Unkel Bewger
    Posted at 08:49h, 08 November Reply

    This was some truly inspired and creepy backwoods storytelling. This is how it should be done. Fav episode.

  • Justin tiedemann
    Posted at 07:36h, 27 January Reply

    Wow. Upon reading, and then listening to the story. I really think this has really serious movie potential. Just wow I was really into it. Filling the time gap. Ad narratives for finding the pages meeting the Character plot development. I would seriously love to do this as a summer project if I can get some friends and wicked makeup designs. I could see it being a wicked horror picture

  • Sara Johnson
    Posted at 21:18h, 27 January Reply

    I listen to this specific story on almost a weekly basis. Even though I know exactly how it will go, the storytelling is so intense and well-done that it’s like when you can watch the same movie over and over and not get sick of it.
    This is not only wonderfully written but also fantastically told. I love this podcast and I absolutely love this story.

  • Eric
    Posted at 03:23h, 19 February Reply

    This is the finest piece of writing that has ever been featured on this site. The prose was lyrical. The horror was subtle in its manifestation but profound in its effect. Jessica’s narration was perfect. The sound design and production was simply fantastic. Thank you.

  • Mai
    Posted at 06:41h, 20 March Reply

    Wow….loved it!

  • Chamberly
    Posted at 23:42h, 20 March Reply

    This has been my favorite NoSleep episode to date. I loved this story, the narration, everything. Amazing work.

  • Back To It | liminalanimus
    Posted at 15:04h, 03 May Reply

    […] of an entertainment I didn’t know I wanted. I definitely recommend it. My favorite episode is “The Whistlers” written by Amity […]

  • Random Lee
    Posted at 05:54h, 14 June Reply

    A masterpiece of the genre. Can’t praise this one enough. To this day I believe this episode set the bar.

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    Posted at 16:57h, 22 July Reply

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  • Chris Raymond
    Posted at 23:29h, 20 October Reply

    wow, Might be the best one yet.

  • Ali
    Posted at 19:59h, 03 February Reply

    Listening to this for the third or fourth time. This is the best story, and the best narration. Overall the best on this site hands down.

  • An Introduction and a podcast listical! – My Blog
    Posted at 22:21h, 05 March Reply

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  • Chrissy
    Posted at 19:11h, 14 April Reply

    I didnt get it.

  • Back To It – Alexandra D. Lane
    Posted at 00:45h, 30 April Reply

    […] of an entertainment I didn’t know I wanted. I definitely recommend it. My favorite episode is “The Whistlers” written by Amity Argot and narrated by the very talented  Jessica McEvoy, David Cummings, […]

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