NoSleep Podcast S8E02

16 Oct NoSleep Podcast S8E02

It’s episode 02 of Season 8. On this week’s show we have six tales about bullies, burnings, and bedlam.

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.

Her Last Call

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Her Last CallҠ written by S.H. Cooper and performed by Jessica McEvoy & Addison Peacock & Nichole Goodnight & Alexis Bristowe. (Story starts around 00:05:00)

Video FootageҠ written by A.L. and performed by Alexis Bristowe & Atticus Jackson & Addison Peacock & Nichole Goodnight & Kyle Akers & James Cleveland. (Story starts around 00:26:30)

Diary of a Woman with Cataplexy“‡ written by Shelby Scott and performed by David Ault & Nikolle Doolin & Mike DelGaudio. (Story starts around 00:40:00)

Forgetful JonesҠ written by Lindsay Moore and performed by Nichole Goodnight & Jessica McEvoy & Nikolle Doolin & Elie Hirschman & Erika Sanderson. (Story starts around 01:04:00)

Saying Goodbye to Victor“‡ written by Rona Vaselaar and performed by Erika Sanderson & James Cleveland. (Story starts around 01:23:50)

ChristopherҠ written by AE Peters and performed by Jessica McEvoy & Addison Peacock. (Story starts around 01:37:35)


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Click here to learn more about S.H. Cooper

Click here to learn more about Lindsay Moore

Click here to learn more about Rona Vaselaar

Executive Producer & Host: David Cummings

Musical score composed by: Brandon Boone

Audio adaptations produced by: Phil Michalski† & Jeff Clement

“Diary of a Woman with Cataplexy” illustration courtesy of Lukasz Godlewski

Audio program ©2016 – Creative Reason Media Inc. – All Rights Reserved – No reproduction or use of this content is permitted without the express written consent of Creative Reason Media Inc.. The copyrights for each story are held by the respective authors.

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 09:11h, 16 October Reply

    This episode was great….only Corrine was missing to make it perfect. Both of Jessica’s story were really intense, with the first one being creepy. I’m liking Addison alot, kudos team.

    • Addison Peacock
      Posted at 20:46h, 16 October Reply

      Oh hey thank you! :) Thanks for listening!!!!

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 03:01h, 17 October Reply

    Great episode!

  • Kerry langaker
    Posted at 08:30h, 17 October Reply

    Great show. Thank u no sleep

  • Jason Thomas
    Posted at 11:49h, 17 October Reply

    So glad the Season 7 old time radio episode was really good this time, primarily because it was a new story. I absolutely loved it, listened to it more than once already. If you want to keep doing those type of episodes, it has got to be new stories. I’m such a big fan of audio horror that I have heard most of the classic stuff and even some obscure stuff, if you are just gonna do over old stuff I’m not interested, keep it fresh and new.

    • James
      Posted at 15:06h, 17 October Reply

      I have to respectfully disagree with you here.

      I love the classic stories featured and I imagine its probably difficult to find a new story that fits well with the “old-time” theme unless it has been commissioned especially.

      I’m sure I’m not the only person who’s never heard some of those classic stories before. In a way I feel that those authors (many perhaps long deceased) are getting a chance to have their stories heard by a whole new audience.

      Even if the story isn’t “new” to me I still enjoy it – I have books I’ve re-read countless times (and NSP episodes for that matter). There’s also an added bonus here in that the story is being treated to a new production by my favourite podcast.

      I realise that everyone enjoys content in different ways however.

      • Jason Thomas
        Posted at 15:45h, 17 October Reply

        It’s hard to find stories that fit because the old time radio dramas, were essentially audio movies. Not first person narration like most of Nosleep usual stories….the classic episodes of many old time drama series are available online for free. All you have to do is look, they aren’t lost forever.

        I’ll link you to one of my personal favourites

        I just not interested in listening to the nosleep version of an old story, most times the classic version is still gonna be better.

    • Annon
      Posted at 17:51h, 11 January Reply

      Which episode is it that’s the old times radio one from 7?

  • Noelle
    Posted at 17:39h, 18 October Reply

    As someone with a sleep disorder, Diary of a Woman with Cataplexy was super chilling! Great job as usual, team!

  • Sarah Thomas
    Posted at 17:59h, 18 October Reply

    The cover picture is really freaking me out. Something about long hallways….
    Now onto the actual podcast! :)

    • James Cleveland
      Posted at 18:44h, 18 October Reply

      I feel as though it is as based on the Silent Hill PT game that never was – can’t be downloaded anymore because they took it off PSN but go watch it on YouTube if long halls freak you out.. It’s very – hallway-y. 😉

  • Sorsha
    Posted at 18:14h, 19 October Reply

    I have had insomnia for the past 2 nights and the more I look at that picture, the more it’s chilling me to the core.

    Kudos, Lukasz; You killed it.

    and as usual, The No Sleep Team brought us another masterpiece. Thanks David et al.

  • Will
    Posted at 18:18h, 19 October Reply

    Anyone have an interpretation for the ending to “Video Footage”? I’m a little confused by the ending. I’m not seeing the connection to the rest of the story.

    • James Cleveland
      Posted at 07:13h, 20 October Reply

      I don’t think that one is supposed to make sense – there are time inconsistencies and unexplained people – sometimes that’s creepier than actually explaining it kinda like some of th elements in the SAR stories.

  • Samantha
    Posted at 18:23h, 22 October Reply

    The first (random) episode I watched of this podcast had left me underwhelmed, but this episode is chilling! Cannot wait to listen to more!

  • Selena
    Posted at 15:45h, 30 October Reply

    Video Footage was scary.

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 06:53h, 04 November Reply

    This first story was so good, my favorite of NSP yet. Terrifying voice work and sound design on the phone calls, just so good.

    • Anonymous
      Posted at 07:02h, 04 November Reply

      The remixed intro is awesome too. :)

  • Forza_Atleti
    Posted at 11:50h, 10 November Reply

    You’re awesome guys, I’ve just discovered your Podcast and it’s brilliant! Greetings from Spain!

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 00:32h, 14 December Reply

    Which voice actress provided the voice of Katrina in the first story?

    • Reuben
      Posted at 15:49h, 02 January Reply

      Addison Peacock. The woman has a particular talent for convincingly portraying terrifying psychopaths, and horrible bitches who need to die, yet she seems like a total cutie pie in real life.

  • Laura
    Posted at 15:34h, 05 July Reply

    Loved the first story! That scream!

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