NoSleep Podcast S9E05

04 Jun NoSleep Podcast S9E05

It’s episode 05 of Season 9. On this week’s show we have five tales about terrifying travelers, raging revenge, and dreadful descents.

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Never Give Directions to StrangersҠ written by T. Weaver and performed by Kyle Akers & Davd Cummings. (Story starts around 00:04:20)

“I’ve Been On This Train Forever”† written by Rima Chaddha Mycynek and performed by Nikolle Doolin & Dan Zappulla & Atticus Jackson & Nichole Goodnight. (Story starts around 00:22:25)

My Uncle Had Brain Bubbles“‡ written by Felix Blackwell and performed by Peter Lewis & Jeff Clement. (Story starts around 01:04:20)

A Lesson on Applied Narratives“‡ written by Henry Galley and performed by Erika Sanderson. (Story starts around 01:24:05)

ClaustrophobiaҠ written by Jon Grilz and performed by Mike DelGaudio & Jesse Cornett. (Story starts around 01:46:00)


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

Click here to learn more about the “Horror d’Oeuvres” book for “Scares That Care”

Click here to learn more about the RABBITS podcast

Click here to learn more about Rima Chaddha Mycynek

Click here to learn more about Felix Blackwell

Click here to learn more about Henry Galley

Click here to learn more about Jon Grilz

Executive Producer & Host: David Cummings

Musical score composed by: Brandon Boone

Audio adaptations produced by: Phil Michalski† & Jeff Clement

“My Uncle Had Brain Bubbles” illustration courtesy of Jen Tracy

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.

  • Kevin R.
    Posted at 05:05h, 04 June Reply

    I can’t find where to get the book for $.99. The takes me to the Amazon site to get the book but it’s $2.99

    • Rafael Marmol
      Posted at 15:20h, 04 June Reply

      Hi there, this is Rafael, the editor of the Horror d’Ouevres book, the book should now be at the .99 cents. I set the sale to start at 8 a.m. but didn’t realize Amazon worked on Pacific time. As of 11 am, eastern time, the book should be available to everyone at .99.

  • Zam Torrazo
    Posted at 07:17h, 04 June Reply

    Nikolle’s voice is to die for. Big big fan all the way from the Philippines. Been following this podcast since season 2!

  • TODD
    Posted at 12:03h, 04 June Reply

    I’ve Been On This Train Forever is possibly the best audio production you’ve ever done!

  • David
    Posted at 17:16h, 04 June Reply

    If you need a great writer, try the guy that does the, “Dark Verse” on Soundcloud and the web. His stories are pretty wild and very dark!

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 18:18h, 04 June Reply

    David your old man voice sounded a little too old to be driving a semi lol other than that….good episode. Welcome back Rima, you were missed.

  • Kamran Hussain
    Posted at 21:00h, 04 June Reply

    too late for the book sale :( was it only for a short time?

  • Jovic
    Posted at 09:26h, 05 June Reply

    I love I’ve been on this train forever! Great production as always :) Also a big fan from the Philippines here :)

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 12:43h, 05 June Reply

    Oh MAN! I just LOVED “Never give directions to strangers”. SO creepy, i was getting chills listening to it. Very good! 😀

  • Tim Babb
    Posted at 18:35h, 05 June Reply

    The train should be moving “presently” (in a moment) not “momentarily” (for a moment). #TheGrammarMonsterStrikesAgain

    • Anonymous
      Posted at 17:31h, 19 June Reply

      This might be a localization issue. No one uses “presently” in the USA. “Momentarily” is the go to for loud speaker announcements.

      • Tim Babb
        Posted at 21:55h, 22 June Reply

        I know…and I shout back at the loud speaker every time.

  • no
    Posted at 21:17h, 05 June Reply

    Regarding the Black Tapes crew, I refuse to listen to any more of their podcasts until they finish the Black Tapes.

    • Evan Bellamy
      Posted at 18:04h, 07 June Reply

      SAME, or even Tanis for that mattersss

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 18:30h, 06 June Reply

    Very spooky episode! The first story was more mysterious and visceral, and the second was more adventurous and sort of sci-fi esque. I think it’d make a very good book.

  • Jordan Doucette
    Posted at 20:08h, 07 June Reply

    I had to chuckle a bit at “I’ve Been On This Train Forever”. I actually take the T on the exact route described in the story ( from Davis to Kendall Sq) so I’ve experienced plenty of stops in the tunnel that felt like an eternity. This story puts a nice spin on the Red Line for me.

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 21:50h, 07 June Reply

    Man Nikolle Doolin’s voice is so sexy. She’s got that ‘I don’t give a f*ck’ swagger. Love it.

  • Elmer Cowley
    Posted at 15:23h, 09 June Reply

    I take the red line from Porter to Downtown Crossing every morning, in Boston. It was surreal to be on my way to work this morning, on that very train, when “I’ve been on this train forever” came on.

    Also– not the worst boston accent! Glad you didn’t totally over-play it. Bravo and brava to all!

  • Hannah F.
    Posted at 22:39h, 09 June Reply

    Ordered my Horrors d’Oeuvres book online, and it cost me $8.99 (didn’t see the 0.99 cent option) but I’m fine paying a little more for a good organization. I’m a nurse and almost any organization that aids families of those affected by burns and childhood illnesses is a wonderful thing! Also, loved the podcast, as I always do! Keep up the good work everyone!!! ☺️

  • Brian
    Posted at 21:27h, 16 June Reply

    I have received my book as well, looking forward to diving into it. Glad the proceeds are going to a great cause.

  • David
    Posted at 23:21h, 26 July Reply

    I just got around to listening to the full episode since I purchased the season pass. Loving the stories that I didn’t get to on the free version. Just finished, A Lesson in Applied Narratives. Was just curious if the writer is a fan of The Twilight Zone (then again, who isn’t? Haha); to be more specific, “An Occurrence at Owl Creek Bridge” – Just assumed, given the name of the bridge in the story…

    Now back to my audio journey through the full episodes!

  • Geronimo P.
    Posted at 09:56h, 04 August Reply

    The first story sends chills to my spines!

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