NoSleep Podcast S8E16

12 Feb NoSleep Podcast S8E16

NoSleep Podcast S8E16

It’s episode 16 of Season 8. On this week’s show we have five tales about things which disappear but are never truly gone.

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.

Death Seemed Different When We Were Young
Themes of suicide and self harm

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Passit, Florida“‡ written by S.H. Cooper and performed by Addison Peacock & Alexis Bristowe & Nikolle Doolin & Atticus Jackson. (Story starts around 00:03:45)

Things That Go Bump In The Night“‡ written by Manen Lyset and performed by Jesse Cornett & Mike DelGaudio. (Story starts around 00:16:15)

White Birch LodgeҠ written by John Foster and performed by Mike DelGaudio & Matt Bradford & Jessica McEvoy & Nichole Goodnight & Jeff Clement. (Story starts around 00:30:30)

Today Ends BadlyҠ written by Jackson Laughlin and performed by Peter Lewis & Jessica McEvoy & Nikolle Doolin & Addison Peacock. (Story starts around 00:54:05)

Death Seemed Different When We Were YoungҠ written by Olivia White and performed by Erika Sanderson & Penny Scott-Andrews & David Ault. (Story starts around 01:17:00)


Click here to learn more about the voice actors on The NoSleep Podcast

Click here to learn more about the Sleepless Live 2017 Tour

Click here to learn more about Penny Scott-Andrews

Click here to learn more about S.H. Cooper

Click here to learn more about Manen Lyset

Click here to learn more about Jackson Laughlin

Click here to learn more about Olivia White

Executive Producer & Host: David Cummings

Musical score composed by: Brandon Boone

Audio adaptations produced by: Phil Michalski† & Jeff Clement

“Today Ends Badly” illustration courtesy of Charlie Cody

Audio program ©2017 – 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.

  • Ama
    Posted at 18:04h, 12 February Reply

    Wow… that first story was a let-down and a total Limetown rip-off.

    • Reuben
      Posted at 01:56h, 13 February Reply

      Said the only person who even knows what Limetown is. Seriously, knock it off with the complaining, or move on to something else.

      • eva
        Posted at 05:22h, 13 February Reply

        ummm apparently not the only one who knows what limetown is- clearly you got the reference. as did i. just because we’re asking for more innovation doesn’t mean we’re complaining. why don’t you take your own advice and move on to the next comment.

        • Reuben
          Posted at 12:33h, 13 February Reply

          Actually, I didn’t get the reference at all. I don’t know what Limetown is.

    • C
      Posted at 15:50h, 13 February Reply

      A town disappearing doesn’t instantly equal Limetown. Limetown’s one of my favorites, and I wouldn’t have thought of it if you hadn’t mentioned it.

    • boogidy boog man
      Posted at 22:33h, 13 February Reply

      Limetown was great – too bad it’s done. It looks like it was headed towards a good ending, something No Sleep stories hardly ever seem to do. Majority of no-sleep stories are fun listens that completely fall of a sharp cliff and then bam onto the next one. I feel like most of the writers confuse “open ended” with “lazy”

  • Reuben
    Posted at 22:43h, 12 February Reply

    The Deer Gods are back!

  • Kate
    Posted at 02:32h, 13 February Reply

    So many beautiful plane renders in the art this season!

  • Diana
    Posted at 19:12h, 14 February Reply

    This was one of my favourite episodes in a long time! Totally killed it, you guys!

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 17:07h, 15 February Reply

    Doubt you guys will find a bigger fan of nosleep than me. Been a fan for years, listen to all seasons in their entirety and own all season passes. I tell any fans of horror about the show and I’m grateful of the growth you guys have experience through out the years.

    But some issues…why does Peter Lewis read stories the way he does now….it’s too distracting, I use to be able to overlook it but now it has become rather tiresome and takes off some serious quality points. He has a great voice for the medium and to reduce himself to such a gimmick is quite a shame. He got the best story this week but it was quite a chore to enjoy. To each is own though, I sure their a quite a few people that still really like him.

    • Em
      Posted at 04:40h, 16 February Reply

      I’m with you, I’m a huge TNSP fan, and a huge Peter Lewis fan on top of that. He’s got such an incredible voice and presence. But he seems to overdo it these days. In seasons 3 and 4, which I’ve been re-listening to lately, he was much more subtly creepy and less cheesy. I miss the old Peter Lewis, though I’d never turn down a Peter Lewis story. I miss him when he’s not on the podcast, lol.

    • Kristen
      Posted at 20:56h, 21 February Reply

      I noticed that too. When I first started listening to NoSleep I was blown away by him and still am. The rhythmic pattern of his voice acting in SOME of his reads is quite distracting. I honestly find myself skipping through his stories because of that.. (Like the new one from 2/19/17. I couldn’t finish) It’s kind of Shatner-y

      You are right, To each their own.

  • Dr. Roboculous
    Posted at 02:13h, 17 February Reply

    I just realized something. Does this mean that there will be no new podcast episodes until after the tour is done?

    • Em
      Posted at 02:38h, 17 February Reply

      I’m hoping they’ve got a few episodes recorded and waiting, though I may be wrong. I’ve noticed some of the regulars missing from the last few eps, so maybe they’re been gone working on stories for us. Hopefully someone will come and anwer this query!

      • Marcus Damanda
        Posted at 10:32h, 17 February Reply

        The show goes on! I’m not one of the crew, per se–just an occasional contributor of stories and a fan–but I do know we’ll be getting our podcast, same as ever, this weekend. :)

    • Anonymous
      Posted at 06:18h, 17 February Reply

      I don’t remember any such announcement in the last podcast episode. Something that significant David would say something.

    • Phil Michalski
      Posted at 10:29h, 17 February Reply

      David mentioned quite a few times that we’ll be releasing episodes during The Sleepless Tour.

      • Anonymous
        Posted at 04:52h, 21 February Reply

        And yet……

        • Jeff Clement
          Posted at 01:36h, 25 February Reply

          And yet what? S8E17 came out on time like all the others.

          • Anonymous
            Posted at 05:09h, 15 March

            No it did not. David posts Season pass episodes early, this one was late.

          • Jeff Clement
            Posted at 22:30h, 15 March

            It was released on Saturday Feb 11, before Sunday’s free episode, while the show was actively on tour.

  • Joao
    Posted at 23:54h, 18 February Reply

    The last one is amazing :O
    If you don’t have the season pass seriously consider getting the episode for “Death Seemed Different When We Were Young”, it really is one of my nosleep instant favorites!

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 05:06h, 21 February Reply

    Why no free episode post?

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 18:42h, 14 April Reply

    Wait… wait… the first story is an older one from like Season 3 or 4 right? Am I the only person that’s noticed this? I mean it’s a cool story…but….

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