NoSleep Podcast S6E24

13 Mar NoSleep Podcast S6E24

It’s episode 24 of Season 6. On this week’s show we have five tales about devilish duties, anarchic arachnids, and hateful housing.

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

“Lost” written by Jeff McFarland and read by Atticus Jackson & Tim Valencia & Carrsan Morrissey & Nichole Goodnight. (Story starts at 00:03:00)

Do You Love Her? written by Keith McDuffee and read by Dan Zappulla & Peter Lewis & Mike DelGaudio. (Story starts at 00:19:30)

The Creature of Kotch, Ohio written by Alexander P. Pape and read by Mike DelGaudio & Peter Lewis & Nichole Goodnight. (Story starts at 01:01:30)

The Oregon Shriek written by E.Z. Morgan and read by Corinne Sanders & Nichole Goodnight & Nikolle Doolin. (Story starts at 01:19:00)

Our House on Coffey Hill written by Rona Vaselaar and read by Erika Sanderson. (Story starts at 01:38:50)


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Podcast produced by: David Cummings

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

“Do You Love Her?” illustration courtesy of Jörn Heidrath

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