NoSleep Podcast S9E13

30 Jul NoSleep Podcast S9E13

It’s episode 13 of Season 9. On this week’s show we have four tales about contemptible cravings, sinister substances, and malicious matrons.

Trigger Warnings

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Mrs. Michaud’s House
Child abduction, confinement, torture.

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The Story of My Grandfather’s Missing Arms“† written by Jimmy Juliano and performed by Mike DelGaudio & Erin Lillis & David Cummings. (Story starts around 00:03:00)

Unleashing Atlas“‡ written by T. Weaver and performed by Dan Zappulla & Peter Lewis. (Story starts around 01:01:45)

My Name is Jake, and I’m an Alcoholic“‡ written by Michael Marks and performed by Jesse Cornett & Atticus Jackson. (Story starts around 01:26:25)

Mrs. Michaud’s House“† written by V.R. Gregg and performed by Matthew Bradford & Elie Hirschman & Jeff Clement & Erin Lillis & Erika Sanderson. (Story starts around 01:53:30)


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Executive Producer & Host: David Cummings

Musical score composed by: Brandon Boone

Audio adaptations produced by: Phil Michalski† & Jeff Clement

“The Story of My Grandfather’s Missing Arms” 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.

9 Comments
  • Anonymous
    Posted at 05:23h, 01 August Reply

    I really enjoyed this week’s episode. Mike DelGaudio is always a joy to listen to, and I was glad to see Peter Lewis back again. I’ve missed him! I liked the uncertain ending of My Grandfather’s Arms, though I did wonder about one thing… how did he do his second arm? Is that a plot hole, or something to point out the fact that the story is a lie, or did Jack take care of it for him?

    • Anonymous
      Posted at 00:58h, 02 August Reply

      I’m more inclined to the unrealiabe narrator angle. Grandpa seems like quite the creative type, so I could see him bending the truth with his final story.

    • G. Preeb
      Posted at 03:12h, 06 August Reply

      You know, I was thinking the same thing; and the more I thought about it, the more I realized that the story is absolutely genius. I firmly believe that it was intentional.

      Yes, the narrator was unreliable. He needed to be unreliable. The rug was going to be pulled out from under us. Every good writer knows that you don’t mislead your readers so badly that the plot twist turns into a slap in the face. It was a way to prime us for the ending. When we heard that part of the story, something in our minds told us, “Yes, something isn’t adding up here.”

      I too discounted it as a logical error at first. Nope, it wasn’t. It was a way for our minds to start demanding a good explanation. And we got one towards the end. The explanation wasn’t the real plot twist though. It was the phrase etched into Jackie’s tombstone. The same one that the grandfather mentioned near the beginning of the interview. Again, it was another case of priming, and it was expertly subtle.

      That one phrase, and the narrator’s reaction to it changed the whole story. It made us wonder, what parts of this story absolutely true? What parts are allegorical of true events, and if so, what does the allegory mean?

      I thought it was an excellent piece of fiction, and I applaud Mr. Juliano.

  • Ian
    Posted at 21:43h, 01 August Reply

    Unleashing Atlas reminded me a lot of Hellraiser.

  • Melissa Gonzalez
    Posted at 15:41h, 02 August Reply

    I’m in love with how The Story of my Grandfathers missing arms! So in depth and captivating!

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 15:25h, 03 August Reply

    This was a dissppointment. Great premise but went nowhere. All I could picture in my mind was a senile Grandpa Simpson.

  • Anonymous
    Posted at 07:49h, 04 August Reply

    sucked ass..

  • Diana
    Posted at 19:25h, 04 August Reply

    Mrs. Michaud’s House haunts my dreams! I haven’t been so disturbed by a story since the earlier episodes! What a freaking great job, guys!!

  • Nick Kirt
    Posted at 16:20h, 17 August Reply

    i loved The Story of My Grandfather’s Missing Arms and brandons version of moonlight sonata. wish i could play the piano and create music as good as him xD

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