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This week, an episode celebrating the power and joy of Black women. This episode of All Together Now is hosted by one of The Moth’s producers and directors, Chloe Salmon. Hosted by: Chloe Salmon Storytellers: Shawna Renee Collins, Audrey Pleasant
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A woman follows love to a campsite, a man gets married and divorced and then remarried, and a public radio host runs the Boston Marathon as a guide for a visually impaired man.
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In this hour, tellers who tell the truth and nothing but the truth, even when it's hard. Finding the right words in front of the president, in the face of the patriarchy, during a shocking encounter, and to pass on knowledge. This hour is hosted by Moth Artistic Director, Catherine Burns. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media. Hosted by: Catherine Burns Storytellers: David Litt, Nimisha Ladva, Alexis Barton, Sharon Salzberg
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A young boy in a migrant worker farm camp gets a surprise present from his father. But the gift comes with certain expectations. Season 11 - Episode 21
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This week, we're celebrating Pride with a story that talks about the intersection of being Black and LGBTQIA in America. This episode is hosted by The Moth’s Director of Marketing, Brandon Grant. Black Trans Lives Matter. Hosted by: Brandon Grant Storyteller: Chelsea Shorte
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This week, Boot Riley talks about a time he did everything right. This episode is hosted by beloved Moth StorySLAM and Mainstage host, Jon Goode. Story by: Boots Riley
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A special celebration from the world of science, from the 8th grade science fair to the Nobel Prize Award Ceremony in Stockholm, Sweden. Storytellers: Sarah Schlesinger, Robin Frankel, Deirdre Bowen, and Roald Hoffmann.
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A DJ hosts a radio show from a garden shed in his backyard. For over forty years… he had an audience of one. Season 11 - Episode 20
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In this hour, stories of how we see ourselves, the perceptions of others, and the often gaping chasm in between. The struggle to prove oneself, challenge a stereotype, keep up appearances, and finally discover what really fits. This hour is hosted by Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media, the producer of this show. Hosted by: Jay Allison Storytellers: Enrique García Naranjo, Aydrea Walden, Miles Crabtree, Kimberly Rose, Jessi Klein
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This weekend we are moving our podcast feed. You will still be able to listen to Snap Judgment on the radio and wherever you get your podcasts, but we want to make sure you don’t miss a beat. Make sure Snap stays in your feed by subscribing. Next week, check to see you have the new epic Snap episode, "Chasing Thunder." If you don't see it in your feed, please refresh or resubscribe!
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Mona Simpson is the author of six books including Anywhere But Here, My Hollywood and Casebook. Her Too Hot For Radio story features a therapist, a patient, and one uniquely inappropriate relationship.This story was originally published in Harper’s and selected by the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of All The Light You Cannot See, Anthony Doerr, for The Best American Short Stories 2019 for which he served as the guest editor. Read by the incomparable Cynthia Nixon, the story can be described as moving, unsettling, disturbing, but above all else, captivating.
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A man enters a world of high stakes gambling; a family tragedy turns into a stand-off with detectives; and a neuroscientist searches for clues of God’s existence.
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It's never really over... Spooked is a path we walk together. Know this, we return at the end of August, just in time for the Halloween season. Be afraid. 
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This week, a story about perceptions of race and the importance of celebrating your identity. For at least the month of June, each episode of All Together Now will focus on stories from Black tellers and be hosted by Black members of The Moth staff. We stand with bipoc and allies fighting for racial equality around the world. This episode is hosted by The Moth’s Senior Curatorial Director, Suzanne Rust. Hosted by: Suzanne Rust Storyteller: Carol Daniel
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Trump retweets crazy Lefty! Dr. Fauci admits he lied about mask safety! Tulsa cops arrest peaceful protesters at Trump rally! Phone calls from Vince Vaughn, Bernie Sanders, Harrison Ford, David Lee Roth, and Pete Buttigieg! Featuring Stef Zamorano, journalist Max Blumenthal, and Mike MacRae!
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Guest host Denis O’Hare helps us mark the landmark event that helped give birth to the modern movement for LGBTQIA+ rights in America.  We first hear eyewitness accounts of the riots, drawn from The Stonewall Reader.  Additional works include Perry Brass’s “We Did It”; poems by  Kay Ulanday Barrett; and Gary Eldon Peter’s story “Wedding.”  Readers include Ivory Aquino, Kate Bornstein, Michael Early, Beth Malone, Kay Ulanday Barrett, and John Benjamin Hickey.
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A special live edition of The Moth -- with five stories from a night showcasing the graduates of Moth High School storytelling workshops. Join us to celebrate student stories of first kisses, culture shock, finding a niche, and baking apple cake. This hour is hosted by Moth Teaching Artist Julian Goldhagen, with additional hosting by Moth Executive Producer Sarah Austin Jenness. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media. Hosted by: Julian Goldhagen, Sarah Austin Jenness Isobel Connelly grows up feeling like the stupid girl. Saya Shamdasani feels caught between two cultures. David Lepelstat is nervous about his first kiss. Luna Azcurrain and her grandfather create a Thanksgiving tradition. Beth Gebresilasie tries to protect herself from her family's constant moving.
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This week on All Together Now: Friday’s with The Moth, stories about the trials and tribulations of finding your place. Stay tuned to the end of this episode to hear some helpful story prompts to think about and discuss after you listen! This episode is hosted by one of The Moth’s Senior Directors and hosts of The Moth Radio Hour, Jenifer Hixson. Hosted by: Jenifer Hixson Storytellers: Grace Topinka, Pam Burrell
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Team Snap brings you voices from four amazing people - some looking to the future, some looking at the past, and those who never emerged.  Season 11 - Episode 19
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Friday and Smith investigate a drug store robbery. Original Air Date: August 2, 1955 Support the show monthly at patreon.greatdetectives.net Support the show on a one-time basis at http://support.greatdetectives.net. Read more ...
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Between June 11 and July 2, 2020, RISK! will be re-running 13 of our favorite stories that have appeared on the podcast by Black storytellers about race or racism. Remember, we’re seeking more! Anyone interested in pitching a story should go to risk-show.com/submissions. This week, remarkable stories from Sophia Brown, Wanda Bowser and W. Kamau Bell.
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We're working on new episodes of LeVar Burton Reads right now(!) -- and while you wait, here's a preview of Imani State of Mind. It's a new podcast from Stitcher that demystifies mental health and wellness in an accessible and approachable way. Dr. Imani Walker (from Bravo’s Married to Medicine) equips listeners with the right language and tools to normalize this stigmatized topic, in addition to finding laughter and light in navigating these struggles. Listen now in your favorite podcast app!
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A computer hacker tries to make his way home through two countries, dense jungle, and a seemingly endless string of technical challenges. Snap Classic - Season 10 Episode 4
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Kai Choyce, Cody Hom, Oz du Soleil and Judith Hertog share true stories about nightmare roommates, racist nicknames, Navy memories and the significance of kneeling.
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With SX wrapped up we have plenty of listener questions that need tending to, so let's get at em.
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In this hour, stories from the double helix -- genetic makeup, inherited disease, and family secrets. It's all in the DNA. This hour is hosted by Moth Artistic Director Catherine Burns. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media. Hosted by: Catherine Burns Storytellers: Mike Birbiglia, Carmen Rita Wong, Beth Bucher, Paul Nurse
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This week on "Down These Mean Streets," Alan Ladd stars as Dan Holiday as he answers three letters to "Box 13." We'll hear "The First Letter," "The Sad Night," and "Flash of Light."
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Blair can’t see his hands in front of his face. He can’t see the ground beneath his feet. He’s not in the dark: he’s in a thick cloud of fog. And then, a voice emerges from the mist. This story comes to us from Australia, the original Upside Down. Season 4 - Episode 4
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Johnny goes to Hong Kong to investigate a case of very inconvenient arson, knowing that an investigator of a similar fire was murdered. Original Air Date: August 24, 1950 When making your travel plans, remember http://johnnydollarair.com Read more ...
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This week on All Together Now: Fridays with The Moth, we’re talking about support systems: the roots to our trees; the helping hands that give us a boost up when we need them. Stay tuned to the end of this episode to hear some helpful story prompts to think about and discuss after you listen! This episode of All Together Now is hosted by The Moth’s Senior Curatorial Producer, Suzanne Rust. Hosted by: Suzanne Rust Storytellers: Neshaune Lasley, Sue Shmidt
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A special Mother’s Day edition of The Moth Radio Hour. A mother helps her daughter get her first contact lenses, an unwanted parental intervention at a school concert, a new mother in Zambia awaits test results, a life or death bee sting and a teenage mother who couldn’t be happier to welcome her child to […]
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Betsy keeps seeing a young girl at night in her room. She stands at the end of Betsy’s bed and stares at her. She comes back, over and over: night after night; year after year. Betsy knows she wants something, but she has to figure out what. Season 4 - Episode 1
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Case ########-13 Considerations of youth Recorded by The Archivist, in Situ. Content warnings: - Children in peril - Screams (inc SFX) - Bullying - Emotional abuse / neglect - Darkness - Isolation / Helplessness - Fear of bodily harm - Perceived parental negligence Thanks to this week's Patrons: Kenna Malone, Meg Simmons, James, MEGAN GREEN, Talbot Elfgrunge, Julia Mejbaum, Chuck Lambing, Sarah Burke, eicas, Serena Jensen, veevox, Brinnanza, Darth Nexus, Tiny Demon Dragon, Avery Breakell, Philip Kelley, Darcy M, Maria Blowers, Kellen, Cats 2019 Was A Pretty Good Movie, Allegra Rosenberg, Rachel Berger, Eleanor Mae Langston, Wren Valadin, Sarah Poiani, Ashley Crutchfield, Space Arbys, Annie Nate Schindler, Lana Elise, Emily Rose, Rebecca B, Piper, trinity, Evan Lukas, elwids, June W, Kayleigh T, sarenraesbesthope, Erin Yost, corbett, Erebus Odora, Senna_Redtail, Φ, Lorelei Millund, mathias elliot, Natazha Thomsen, Dr. Teatime, Mariana Bittermann, Sara Norris, Rachel Gould If you'd like to join them visit www.patreon.com/rustyquill Edited this week by Nico Vettese, Maddy Searle, Brock Winstead & Alexander J Newall Written by Jonathan Sims and directed by Alexander J Newall Produced by Lowri Ann Davies Performances: - "Martin Blackwood" - Alexander J. Newall  - "The Archivist" - Jonathan Sims  - "Callum Brodie" - Will Harvey  Sound effects this week by Carlvus, Yuval, Brokenphono, klangkonserve, nebyoolae, ivolipa,  Bpianoholic, Iamgiorgio, jwheeler91, Hoerspielwerkstatt, j-zazvurek, djphizz, namikiri & previously credited artists via freesound.org. Check out our merchandise at https://www.redbubble.com/people/rustyquill/collections/708982-the-magnus-archives-s1 You can subscribe to this podcast using your podcast software of choice, or by visiting www.rustyquill.com/subscribe Please rate and review on your software of choice, it really helps us to spread the podcast to new listeners, so share the fear. Join our community: WEBSITE: rustyquill.com FACEBOOK: facebook.com/therustyquill TWITTER: @therustyquill REDDIT: reddit.com/r/RustyQuill DISCORD: https://discord.gg/KckTv8y EMAIL: mail@rustyquill.com The Magnus Archives is a podcast distributed by Rusty Quill Ltd. and licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Sharealike 4.0 International Licence 
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In this hour, stories of the everyday moments that have lasting impacts. A fast-food chain giveaway, a perilous outing on the high seas and the emotional toll of being a customer care Agent for the USPS. This episode is hosted by Moth Senior Director Meg Bowles. The Moth Radio Hour is produced by The Moth and Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media. Hosted by: Meg Bowles Storytellers: Angela Dohrmann, Jason Lemos, Zellia Fossett
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https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr32020/StrangeTales546.mp3 This week our Strange Tale comes from Escape. We'll hear their episode from September 5, 1948, Dream Of Armageddon. Download StrangeTales546 Strange Tales is made possible by your support. If you're able to help out, you'll find more info at donate.relicradio.com. Thank you!
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All Together Now: Fridays with The Moth is a new weekly addition to our podcast, featuring stories suitable for ears of all ages. We'll also be sharing special prompts and questions to go with these stories to spark conversations - and hopefully stories of your own. Gather your friends and families, whether they're near or far, to come together virtually every Friday with The Moth. On this week’s episode, we kick off May’s theme “Identity”, with two stories about what our pets can teach us about ourselves. Hosted by Catherine Burns Storytellers: Annalise Raziq & Wilson Portorreal
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Police shootings, mistaken arrests, and growing up Black / Brown in America. Snap presents amazing stories from people facing our nation’s original sin. 
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In this hour, a daughter realizes how naïve she’s been when she learns the truth about her mother’s pregnancy; a successful businessman reveals his childhood dream; a hitchhiker is picked up by an infamous driver; an exchange student experiences Japanese mosh pit etiquette; a teenager does a newspaper review of an Iggy Pop album and […]
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In this hour, stories of meeting one's idols. A signature turns into a mentorship, a chance to write a song for a revered musician, and heroes within the home. This hour is hosted by Jay Allison of Atlantic Public Media, the producer of this show. Storytellers: Valerie Walker, Beth Nielsen Chapman, Danny Artese, Elyse McInerney, Christian McBride
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A financial advisor meets his new client: a hardworking, unassuming man with a curious and potentially life-changing secret. "The Foster Portfolio" is from WELCOME TO THE MONKEY HOUSE by Kurt Vonnegut. Copyright © 1968 by Kurt Vonnegut, used by permission of The Wylie Agency LLC.
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Guest host Hope Davis presents two stories in which things get out of hand.  Rumors and recriminations fly in “Belles Lettres,” by Nafissa Thompson-Spires, as rival mothers defend their daughters’ reputations at a posh school--at any cost.  The readers are Eboni Booth, Shalewa Sharpe, and Mary Karr.   And we hear Shirley Jackson’s lighter side in  “About Two Nice People,” in which neighbors seem to be getting mixed messages from one another.  The readers are  Lilli Cooper, Ethan Slater, and Julie Halston.
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A wealthy elderly man asks Barton Drake to find out who’s trying to kill him. Support the show monthly at patreon.greatdetectives.net Support the show on a one-time basis at http://support.greatdetectives.net. Mail a donation to: Adam Graham, PO Box 15913, Boise, Idaho 83715 Read more ...
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主播 |李叔 小伙子 嘉宾 |杨原 |Song List| 黄霑 - 开心做出戏 我们再次邀请到了北京社科院满学所的杨原博士,这回来跟大家聊聊清宫里太监那些事。 提到太监,我们在各种文艺作品中都见过不少,在民间中更是流传着很多关于太监的秘闻。那么在真实的历史中、特别是清朝,太监究竟是什么样的一个群体?他们从哪里来,如何净身入宫,入宫之后干什么活,是不是像传说中那样的很有势力?居然有的太监还有老婆孩子,甚至会因为前妻犯案自己受到牵连?太监老了之后又将何去何从?请收听本期节目给您慢慢道来。
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Dan takes a plane to Mexico to help a man who fears for his life. Original Air Date: 1948 Support the show monthly at patreon.greatdetectives.net Support the show on a one-time basis at http://support.greatdetectives.net. Mail a donation to: Adam Graham, PO Box 15913, Boise, Idaho 83715 Read more ...
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For the first time in Moth history, we are helping launch a new podcast, about ugly confessions from beautiful people. The Confessional is created and hosted by beloved Moth storyteller and friend, Nadia Bolz-Weber. This episode features an interview with software developer, Chris Schuhmacher. You can find more episodes of The Confessional on Apple Podcasts or wherever you listen to your podcasts. ——— “I came into software development relatively late in life. You know, I'm in my mid 40s and my training actually started in 2014 inside the walls of San Quentin.” Chris is the founder and developer of Fitness Monkey, an app that encourages the physical fitness of addicts in recovery.
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In this hour, stories from Los Angeles. A divorced woman does a complete makeover on her lifestyle, an Air Force veteran describes what its like to be a member of The Honor Guard, a mourning woman looks for solace in swing dancing, a computer hacker messes with the algorithms of OKCupid. Storytellers: Carol Leifer, Adrian […]
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A basement fire leads to a wedding, a young man in Jamaica is obsessed with a comic book, a child from a strict home lets off steam with her two grandmothers and a protective father prepares to do battle with his kid’s school. Hosted by The Moth’s Senior Producer, Jenifer Hixson. The Moth Radio Hour is […]
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https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr32020/SciFi626.mp3 Mindwebs shares a story on this week's Relic Radio Science Fiction. Here's their version of Robert Sheckley's story, The Gun Without A Bang. Downoad SciFi626
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A Muslim doctor moves his family to a small, rural, Midwestern town. To his surprise, they fit right in... and then came the 2016 presidential election. Season 11 - Episode 18
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https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr32020/TheHorror973.mp3 We'll hear from the CBS Radio Mystery Theater on this week's episode of The Horror. From September 11, 1975, here's their story, The Voice Of Death. Download TheHorror973 The Horror is made possible by the support of its listeners. If you’d like to help out, visit donate.relicradio.com. Thank you!
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Elizabeth considers her options and Freddie is up to his neck in it.
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Ken travels to Lisbon to investigate a racket that helps women get into the U.S. through fraudulent marriages. Original Air Date: August 7, 1947 Support the show monthly at patreon.greatdetectives.net Support the show on a one-time basis at http://support.greatdetectives.net.‘ Mail a donation to: Adam Graham, PO Box 15913, Boise, Idaho 83715 Read more ...
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Two young girls, abandoned by the world, are drawn together.   Content advisory: archaic/derogatory language
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This week's episode is all about moments of truth. Our three slam stories are about awakenings, life-changing choices and everything in between. Hosted by The Moth’s Executive Producer, Sarah Austin Jenness. Storytellers: Tim Sommers, Emma Becker, Kathleen Sheffer
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When it comes to the supernatural: don’t poke the bear. Don’t kick the hive. Don’t mess around. Because, when it comes to the supernatural: you’re gonna get what’s coming for you.
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This week on "Down These Mean Streets," Gerald Mohr stars as Philip Marlowe in three old time radio mysteries: "The Lady in Mink" (4/30/49); "The Busy Body" (6/18/49); and "The Key Man" (6/25/49).
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At the height of the Cold War, Ulrike Poppe just might have been the most surveilled woman in the world. But it was only after the wall fell that things really got interesting. Snap Classic - Season 9 Episode 15
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Guest host Dennis O’Hare presents two unorthodox love stories at a time when we could all use a little love.   British writer Jane Gardam twists Hans Christian Andersen’s tale in a saucy reboot of “The Little Mermaid.”  Her version, “The Pangs of Love,” is read by Jane Kaczmarek.  And Sharon Gless performs “Hat Trick,” by Edith Pearlman, in which four young girls choose husbands by chance.
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This week, Burnell Cotlon demonstrates how to recover and rebuild after loss, in his story about returning to the Lower Ninth Ward after Hurricane Katrina. Hosted by: Sarah Austin Jenness Storytellers: Burnell Cotlon
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Between June 11 and July 2, 2020, RISK! will be re-running 13 of our favorite stories that have appeared on the podcast by Black storytellers about race or racism. Remember, we’re seeking more! Anyone interested in pitching a story should go to risk-show.com/submissions. This week, remarkable stories from Seaton Smith, Ian McIntosh, TS Madison and Ashton Cynthia Clarke.
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A son tries to make contact with his dad, who’s deteriorating in the throes of dementia. He makes new connections and discoveries, and as he says goodbye to his father, he is granted a long-awaited wish. Snap Judgment presents, “Lucky Penny,” a special spotlight on The Truth Podcast, from PRX’s Radiotopia.
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Stories:   "Houdini’s Promise" - Can a pact between two brothers survive death? "The Night Mother" - It’s the middle of the night. You’re not even 15, and you’re home alone with your little brother. You’re waiting for your mom to come home.  What would happen if she didn’t make it? "Voice In The Woods" - When the voice says "Stop" you stay perfectly still.  And when the voice says "Run!" you had better run.
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A dystopian society tackles fake news.   Content advisory: violence
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Guest host Andy Borowitz intros four hilarious pieces featured in his anthology The 50 Funniest American Writers.  James Naughton reads S.J. Perelman’s noir parody “Farewell, My Lovely Appetizer;” Susan Orlean complains about idle tots in “Shiftless Little Loafers,” read by Dave Hill; old-time radio is revealed in Jean Shepherd’s “The Counterfeit Secret Circle Member Gets the Message,” read by Isaiah Sheffer; and one woman’s all-nighter, in Jenny Allen’s “Awake,” read by Jane Kaczmarek.
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Justice Department investigator Irene Delroy begins an investigation into a series of plane crashes where thousands of dollars in government cash and securities disappeared from U.S. mail shipments. Original Air Date: Sometime in 1932 Support the show monthly at patreon.greatdetectives.net Support the show on a one-time basis at http://support.greatdetectives.net. Mail a donation to: Adam Graham,…
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Join us for the conclusion to Toni Morrison's tale. Twyla and Roberta's longstanding and complicated friendship becomes more challenging as they become adults.   Content advisory: archaic/derogatory language
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Case #0122204 Statement of Nathan Watts, regarding an encounter on Old Fishmarket Close, Edinburgh . … The Magnus Archives are now open… Join Head Archivist Jonathan Sims as he begins his work transcribing the archives of the Magnus Institute. An organisation dedicated to the investigation of the esoteric and weird. For the duration of launch we will be releasing three episodes a week instead of our normal weekly release schedule. We hope you enjoy the extra terror… Be sure to subscribe to us on your podcast software of choice to get every episode automatically downloaded straight to your device. It’s more convenient for you and really helps us out. Even better, leave us a review! The more we get the more programming we can make! Like what you’re hearing? Let us know: Tweet us at @theRustyQuill, drop us an email at mail@RustyQuill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at www.RustyQuill.com. For more information visit RustyQuill,com. 
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Today's poem is Basic Needs by Vanessa Jimenez Gabb.
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In this week's bonus episode, the Lux Radio Theatre presents Cary Grant, Claude Rains, Evelyn Keyes, and James Gleason in "Here Comes Mr. Jordan" (1/26/42).
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A restaurant owner turns to Dan when his business is being wrecked after he refused to sublet it. Original Air Date: 1948 Support the show monthly at patreon.greatdetectives.net Support the show on a one-time basis at http://support.greatdetectives.net. Mail a donation to: Adam Graham, PO Box 15913, Boise, Idaho 83715 Read more ...
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On this week’s episode, Carly Johnstone tells us about searching for a taste of freedom at New Belgium Brewery’s Tour De Fat Tour. Hosted by: Dame Wilburn Story by Carly Johnstone
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https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr32020/Thriller638.mp3 This time on Relic Radio Thrillers, Europe Confidential presents its episode, The Whiplash Steele Affair. This one aired sometime in 1957. Download Thriller638 Relic Radio Thrillers is brought to you by….YOU! If you’d like to help support this and all of the Relic Radio Shows, please visit donate.relicradio.com for more information. Thank you!
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Case ########-12 The Tragedy of Francis, a comic puppet show in all acts. Recorded by The Archivist, in Situ.  Content warnings: - Emotional manipulation & abuse (including familial) - Body horror & wounding - Supernatural manipulation - Explicit language - Addiction (including smoking & drinking) - Substance abuse (including syringes) - Spiders (including SFX) - Implied queerphobia - Humiliation - Schadenfreude and forced laughter - Maladaptive coping mechanisms & relapse  Thanks to this week's Patrons: Elizaveta, roswyrm, mirsa, eet, Amy Prehm, Christian Otholm, Toni, Ellis Beale, Jaderz, A.Ninja, a New name, Sharon Grafton, Eloise Sherrid, Leslie Safran, Mars, Stewart Smith, CirrusGrey, Emma Sandgren, Nicole Stevenson, Meg Taylor, Carine Lee, Liz, Fushi, Iain Bradley, Fire in Dark Woods, Dave (the good china, now pls), Cher Carlisle, Rashika Rao, Mithy Carlan, Ruth Anderson, Michelle M, Roo Jones, kailajay, Clara Edmonds, Marimo, DapperCyborg, DT, Samantha Minnette, Gail, Ashley Dovahkitten, Sieben, Amnesiac Stowaway, Fish, Lisa F, Ya Boi Vince, Kali Moogle, Kristine, Cyncit, Kiera Mortensen, meaty thwack If you'd like to join them visit www.patreon.com/rustyquill Edited this week by Annie Fitch, Elizabeth Moffatt, Brock Winstead & Alexander J Newall Written by Jonathan Sims and directed by Alexander J Newall Produced by Lowri Ann Davies Performances: - "Martin Blackwood" - Alexander J. Newall  - "The Archivist" - Jonathan Sims  Sound effects this week by mlsulli, Podcapocalipsis, Raulitoto, checholio, khenshom, 6polnic, J.Zazvurek, MDRivet, Processaurus, Kinoton, lonemonk, J.Zazvurek, YleArkisto, Kinoton, Kyster, jayfrosting, Jedo, Mirko Horstmann, kyles, nervousneal, temawas, tom_woysky, JohnsonBrandEditing, harleto, gchase, 13GPanska_Markova_Lucie, abbahoot, hachiman935, dav0r, craigsmith, Aiwha, spanrucker, alirabiei, InspectorJ, FunWithSound, klankbeeld, TheWah, thaihaudio, Sandermotions, Glaneur de sons, taure, tangotango1, MrAuralization& previously credited artists via freesound.org. Check out our merchandise at https://www.redbubble.com/people/rustyquill/collections/708982-the-magnus-archives-s1 You can subscribe to this podcast using your podcast software of choice, or by visiting www.rustyquill.com/subscribe Please rate and review on your software of choice, it really helps us to spread the podcast to new listeners, so share the fear. Join our community: WEBSITE: rustyquill.com FACEBOOK: facebook.com/therustyquill TWITTER: @therustyquill REDDIT: reddit.com/r/RustyQuill DISCORD: https://discord.gg/KckTv8y EMAIL: mail@rustyquill.com The Magnus Archives is a podcast distributed by Rusty Quill Ltd. and licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Sharealike 4.0 International Licence 
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Lopaka and his adopted father don’t get along. That is, until forces from beyond the veil intervene.
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In part three of our conversation with Chris Jackson he takes us behind the scenes of the original cast reunion surprise for Some Good News, shares what it's like to work for Sesame Street, and tells us what comes next.   Sesame Street: Change The World Have A Nice Day SGN: Episode 2 Ready to Die - Biggie     Chris Jackson on The Hamilcast [ep 97] Chris Jackson on The Hamilcast [ep 98] Chris Jackson on The Hamilcast [ep 222] Chris Jackson on The Hamilcast [ep 223]     Chris on Twitter Chris on Instagram Michael Paul Smith on Twitter Gillian on Twitter Gillian on Instagram The Hamilcast on Twitter The Hamilcast on Instagram Join the Patreon Peeps
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You know the most haunted places. The houses, the castles, the hotels. And you know the most haunted objects. The mirrors, the necklaces, the dolls. In this episode, we take you to the Stanley Hotel and introduce you to Robert the Doll. Season 3 Episode 15
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https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr32020/CaseClosed693.mp3 This week's Case Closed begins with Expert Testimony, from The FBI In Peace And War. That story first aired April 20, 1955. (23:30) Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar brings us The Horace Lockhart Matter to close this week's show. That episode aired August 1, 1951. Download CaseClosed693 Case Closed is made possible by your [...]
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In order to live an urban lifestyle as a father and husband, a domesticated vampire must suppress his darker urges. This story first appeared at Tor.com.    Content advisory: references to violence, death
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As humanity tiptoes toward the Singularity, what happens to those who are left behind? This story appears in Ken Liu's new collection THE HIDDEN GIRL AND OTHER STORIES. It was first published in CLARKESWORLD in 2011.   Content advisory: death
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Kevin talks about the #blacktranslivesmatter rally and march and Edith Gonzalez, Audrey Avera, Charles Busch, and Charissa Johnson share stories about high school sex, the E.R.A., a heart scare, and a deceiptful family autobiography.
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Cop weeps about waiting for fast food! Google targets news outlets! Phone calls from Hillary Supporter, Chuck Schumer, Chris Christie, and Joe Biden! Featuring Stef Zamorano and Mike MacRae!
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An elderly woman who’s known Frank Smith all her life has had her jewelry stolen by a housemaid. Original Air Date: July 26, 1955 Support the show monthly at patreon.greatdetectives.net Support the show on a one-time basis at http://support.greatdetectives.net. Read more ...
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Stories:  "Time Warp Saloon" -  The neon sign blinks at the roadhouse bar. The jukebox plays an old tune as the bartender shouts,  "Last Call." Just one more. Why not? What could it hurt? This story came to Spooked from Jim Harold’s Campfire Podcast, hosted by Jim Harold, check it out at JimHarold.com. "Love Letters" - Mark Spencer lived in the haunted house with the ghost of Ladell--and we are eternally grateful that he stuck around long enough to bring us his story.
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A tabloid reporter sets out to investigate a fast-talking con man who may or may not be the trickster Coyote.
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It’s Pride! Do you remember the olden days, when Cruising was how you hooked up, & creating a magical kink scene felt like walking uphill both ways in sludge? Leather Legend & Everything Kinky Hall-of-Famer Race Bannon recalls one memorable Spring thaw when horny leathermen donned their gay apparel, venturing out of hibernation to hunt for sex. This week on the podcast we learn: How do you make your own homemade flogger? What’s the hanky code for BDSM, f*cking & fisting?
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Today's poem is Variations in Blue by Lauren K. Alleyne. This episode originally aired on July 15, 2019.
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Case #9982211 Statement of Joshua Gellespie regarding his time in the possession of an apparently empty wooden casket. … For the duration of launch we will be releasing three episodes a week instead of our normal weekly release schedule. We hope you enjoy the extra terror… Be sure to subscribe using your podcast software of choice to get every episode automatically downloaded to your device. It’s more convenient for you and really helps us out. Even better, leave us a review. The more reviews we get, the more people listen and the more we can make! Like what you’re hearing? Let us know: Tweet us at @theRustyQuill, drop us an email at mail@RustyQuill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at www.RustyQuill.com. For more information visit RustyQuill,com. 
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Case #0132806 Statement of Dominic Swain regarding a book briefly in his possession in the winter of 2012. … If you intend to leave a review but haven’t already please do so! We are an independent production company without a major marketing budget so these reviews are the main way people come to find our work. For the duration of launch we will be releasing three episodes a week instead of our normal weekly release schedule. We hope you enjoy the extra terror… Be sure to subscribe using your podcast software of choice to get every episode automatically downloaded to your device. It’s more convenient for you and really helps us out. Like what you’re hearing? Let us know: Tweet us at @theRustyQuill, drop us an email at mail@RustyQuill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at www.RustyQuill.com. For more information visit RustyQuill,com. 
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When a little girl goes missing in the desert, one woman is driven to find her, no matter what. And a mother makes her own Ebola suit - MacGyver style - to save her son's life. Happy Mother's Day to all you Snap Moms! 
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A smart, stubborn high school student sets her own rules in a near-future dystopia. This story appears in N.K. Jemisin's collection HOW LONG 'TIL BLACK FUTURE MONTH? Content advisory: language
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This week on "Down These Mean Streets," we salute actor Bob Bailey with his signature roles on "Let George Do It" and "Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar" - "Murder and One to Go" (1/3/49), "The Man Under the Elm Trees" (9/26/49), "The Rasmussen Matter" (12/16/56), and "The Killer's Brand Matter" (8/11/57).
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A police officer friend of Johnny’s has a problem and visits Johnny in the middle of the night and doesn’t reveal what’s going on. The next day, his friend is found of an apparent suicide, and Johnny doesn’t buy it. Original Air Date: August 17, 1950 When making your travel plans, remember http://johnnydollarair.com Read more…
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V grew up hearing about her parent’s love story... but she never knew about the song behind it. Season 11 - Episode 13
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Martin is a paramedic. He has a gift for saving peoples' lives. He also has another, darker, gift--one that he doesn’t want to use. Season 3 Episode 1  Season III is ALIVE!! There are 26 new episodes of Spooked coming this season each week through Halloween and into a spooky November. To listen to them all, download the Luminary mobile app or go to LuminaryPodcasts.com. And remember, don't turn out the lights...
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Case #0020312 Statement of Julia Montork regarding the actions and motivations of her father the serial killer Robert Montork. … Thanks again for everyone who has taken the time to subscribe and leave us a review. We look forward to being the reason you can’t sleep at night… For the duration of launch we will be releasing three episodes a week instead of our normal weekly release schedule. We hope you enjoy the extra terror… Be sure to subscribe using your podcast software of choice to get every episode automatically downloaded to your device. It’s more convenient for you and really helps us out. Even better, leave us a review. The more reviews we get, the more people listen and the more we can make! Like what you’re hearing? Let us know: Tweet us at @theRustyQuill, drop us an email at mail@RustyQuill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at www.RustyQuill.com. For more information visit RustyQuill,com. 
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A misanthropic B&B owner is unsettled by an encounter with one of his guests. Follow Savannah Burney on Twitter @savannahburney.
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The Night Whistler: Cheryl decided that she could make the best out of living in a haunted house. Nothing bad could happen if she made friends with the ghost… right?
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Guest host Jane Kaczmarek presents three stories with surprising twists and turns, a reminder that surprises can still be entertaining, even though the world has changed in unpredictable ways.  A wife finds something unexpected in her local thrift shop in “Second Hand,” by Andres Neuman.  The story is performed by Kaczmarek.  Dawn Powell’s “Dinner on the Rocks” is an elegant comedy of bad manners, performed by Christina Pickles.  And the salesman in Hubert Selby Jr.’s “Fortune Cookie” thinks he’s found a formula for success.  Michael Imperioli is the reader.
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Case #8163103 Statement of Albrecht von Closen, regarding a discovered tomb near his estate in the Black Forest. … Thanks to everyone who took the time to vote for us in the 2016 Podcast Awards. We were completely overwhelmed by your support and look forward to finding out who won in the coming weeks. Be sure to subscribe using your podcast software of choice to get every episode automatically downloaded to your device. Visit www.RustyQuill.com/subscribe for quick and easy links. It’s more convenient for you and really helps us out. Like what you’re hearing? Let us know: Tweet us at @theRustyQuill, drop us an email at mail@RustyQuill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at RustyQuill.com Sound effects today from previously credited artists via www.freesound.com For more information visit www.RustyQuill.com 
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Case #0070107 Statement of Amy Patel, regarding the alleged disappearance of her acquaintance Graham Folger. … For the duration of launch we will be releasing three episodes a week instead of our normal weekly release schedule. We hope you enjoy the extra terror… Be sure to subscribe using your podcast software of choice to get every episode automatically downloaded to your device. It’s more convenient for you and really helps us out. Even better, leave us a review. The more reviews we get, the more people listen and the more we can make! Like what you’re hearing? Let us know: Tweet us at @theRustyQuill, drop us an email at mail@RustyQuill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at www.RustyQuill.com. For more information visit RustyQuill,com. 
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Lady Pim is an energetic and expressive Dominant, eager to entice folks of all genders to the very limits of pleasure and pain.  Equal parts playful and perverse, she enjoys nothing more than watching a submissive squirm.  Don't let her slight build and youthful appearance deceive you, this Lady skillfully delivers discipline, and has the powerful presence to bring you to your knees. Twitter- @TheLadyPim1   FOR THE MEN and the Women Who Love Them Rose Caraway presents an anthology intended for the fellas and the women who have an appetite for bold, adventurous erotic storytelling. Escape into the fantastic, the outlandish, and the literary. Get ready for a space pirate, a cowgirl, an anxious odd man out, an undercover agent, lonely ghosts, a taxi driver with an unexpected topsy-turvy fare, a burly biker who just wants to be cuddled, a bride-to-be with one last oat to sow, a mysterious hitchhiker, strangers and a spontaneous three-way, and a reluctant hitman. You will find these and many more audacious characters playing out intense encounters. Featured stories by: Allen Dusk, Jade A. Waters, Terrance Aldon Shaw, Tamsin Flowers, Landon Dixon, Sonnie de Soto, Adrea Kore, D. Lovejoy, Erin Pim, J.T. Seate, Spencer Dryden, Winter Blair, Simon Drax, Lynn Lake, Chase Morgan, Charlie Powell, Josie Jordan, Daily Hollow, Marc Angel, Rachel de Vine, D.L. King, Dorothy Freed, Rachel Kramer Bussel, T.J. Christian, and Emmanuelle de Maupassant. Follow the KMQ on Twitter- @theKMQ Tell us your favorite KMQ story and get a free audiobook from our Audible Library! The KMQ would like to thank these wonderful musical artists Meydän Rozkol Creo Kai Engle Loyalty Freak Feature credit song Race With Time by Hi-Rez KMQ introduction music by Vyvch
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Ben continues to search for Jill’s bees. He’s getting teased about it and he recounts going round to Tracy’s in his bee suit which Chelsea filmed and put on Instagram. Ben buys ingredients to make dinner – tonight is a second attempt in as many nights to make a Thai meal after hearing from Chloe that she’s been to Thailand. Josh hopes Jill’s cooking tonight’s dinner after Ben’s iffy meal last night. He hears from someone who’d like to buy something from his remaining machinery stock. Later Ben reports the bees were found in Josh’s baler. Josh got stung, which amuses Ben. He’s glad he got the swarm back, and Chloe enjoyed the story. He’s relieved his Gran cooked for tonight – the Thai cooking is hard work, and Chloe’s happy with pizza. Kirsty has a virtual hen night and struggles to interpret Pat’s charades over a poor internet connection. After resetting her wifi, the virtual hen is hilarious and Kirsty feels a lot happier for it. She enjoyed all the activities she was set and went through with Tracy’s dare - a prank call. She calls the last person that Philip called on his phone, Kenzie. Philip is annoyed, which puzzles Kirsty. But it leads to the two of them having a long chat. He’s agreed to try to relax more. Kirsty still loves him no matter what and can’t wait until they’re able to get married.
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Bonnie Blagg and her two friends call for Bloody Mary in the mirror on her dresser during a middle school sleepover. Bonnie thinks nothing of it until a ghost boy with long, sharp, bloody teeth appears in her bedroom every single night after that.  Happy Friday the 13th!
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Kirsty attempts to make the best of a bad situation and it’s a big day for Tracy Writers, Adrian Flynn & Liz John Director, Marina Caldarone Editor, Jeremy Howe Ben Archer ..... Ben Norris Josh Archer ..... Angus Imrie Helen Archer ..... Louiza Patikas Susan Carter ..... Charlotte Martin Tracy Horrobin ..... Susie Riddell Kirsty Miller ..... Annabelle Dowler
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A man becomes obsessed with quieting the thoughts and static in his brain. You can find this story in FOUNTAIN OF AGE by Nancy Kress.
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Libby: Jennifer and her daughter Taylor both know their family home is haunted… but they don’t want to share that secret, even with each other No Voy a Tener Nietos: Maria’s mother always wanted a son. And when Maria had a son, of her own, her mother didn’t get enough time with him. So when she died, she made sure to came back to be with her beloved nieto.
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A young couple tries to make sense of an influx of mythic creatures. This story was first published in THOSE WHO MAKE US: CANADIAN CREATURE, MYTH, AND MONSTER STORIES.
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When Maribel loses her little brother Santi, her very best friend in the world, she learns that love is sometimes stronger than death. We travel to Mexico for this very special Spooked tale.  Season 3 Episode 12 
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Weed brownies, firefighting, and friendship. It’s a 4/20 Snap Special! Amazing stories by friends, about the friend you did not expect. Season 11 - Episode 10
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Case #0092302 Statement Of Keiran Woodward regarding items recovered from the refuse of 93 Lancaster Rd. Walthamstowe. … For the duration of launch we will be releasing three episodes a week instead of our normal weekly release schedule. We hope you enjoy the extra terror… Be sure to subscribe using your podcast software of choice to get every episode automatically downloaded to your device. It’s more convenient for you and really helps us out. Even better, leave us a review. The more reviews we get, the more people listen and the more we can make! Like what you’re hearing? Let us know: Tweet us at @theRustyQuill, drop us an email at mail@RustyQuill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at www.RustyQuill.com. For more information visit RustyQuill,com. 
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Some stories that seem the furthest away hit closest to home. Team Snap presents more lockdown advice from around the world, even from the places you least expect. Listen to the fifth installment of "Letters from Lockdown." Season 11 - Episode 16
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Leandra Vane is The Unlaced Librarian and is a writer of romance, erotic romance, and creative non-fiction. She believe sexuality is an important aspect of our lives. Exploring ideas and information regarding sex helps us all make better decisions for our unique relationships, desires, and needs. As your friendly Unlaced Librarian, her mission is to hold up resources that help us all sew together our fantasies with our realities, and to do so in ways that are healthy and authentic. Together, we can all discover the ways our erotic imaginations and sexual expressions can make our lives and relationships more fulfilling. She blogs also about creativity, personal growth, and death at her blog Needle & Bow Follow the KMQ on Twitter- @theKMQ Tell us your favorite KMQ story and get a free audiobook from our Audible Library!
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Barton Drake investigates a murder at an engagement party where he suspects that someone is pretending not to know the dead man. Support the show monthly at patreon.greatdetectives.net Support the show on a one-time basis at http://support.greatdetectives.net.‘ Mail a donation to: Adam Graham, PO Box 15913, Boise, Idaho 83715 Read more ...
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The Basement: When one of Daniel’s kids started seeing ghosts, he was scared. When two of his kids started seeing ghosts, he was petrified. Under the Stairs: Mido discovers that the former tenants of her apartment left some breadcrumbs behind.
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That's a wrap on the season that almost wasn't to be finished. The final round was full of storylines, let's get into it.
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Victoria Rocha, Manolo Matos, Andrea Coleman and Melissa Bond share stories about phone sex, family secrets, virginity lost and radiant boys.
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Case #0121102 Statement of Lesere Saraki, regarding a recent night-shift at St. Thomas Hospital, London . … Thanks again for everyone who has taken the time to subscribe and leave us a review. We have been enjoying our time on the front page of iTunes. And for anyone who hasn’t yet, please do take the time. We are a small, independent company and these recommendations are the best way to help us out. As a thank you, for the duration of launch we will be releasing three episodes a week instead of our normal weekly release schedule. We hope you enjoy the extra terror… Be sure to subscribe using your podcast software of choice to get every episode automatically downloaded to your device. Visit Rustyquill.com/subscribe for quick and easy links. It’s more convenient for you and really helps us out. Like what you’re hearing? Let us know: Tweet us at @theRustyQuill, drop us an email at mail@RustyQuill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at RustyQuill.com For more information visit RustyQuill,com 
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Stories:  "Border Boogeyman" - Rocky Elmore worked as a border patrol agent and out there, in the pitch black, he was never sure if he was completely alone.   "The Seer" - The trouble began in Sri Lanka, when Chandra’s aunt woke up one day and couldn’t move her arms or legs.  The doctors had no answers, but a mysterious priest did. 
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Case #0140912 Statement of Timothy Hodge regarding his sexual encounter with Harriet Lee and her subsequent death. … For the duration of launch we will be releasing three episodes a week instead of our normal weekly release schedule. We hope you enjoy the extra terror… Be sure to subscribe using your podcast software of choice to get every episode automatically downloaded to your device. It’s more convenient for you and really helps us out. Even better, leave us a review. The more reviews we get, the more people listen and the more we can make! Like what you’re hearing? Let us know: Tweet us at @theRustyQuill, drop us an email at mail@RustyQuill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at www.RustyQuill.com. For more information visit RustyQuill.com. 
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When supernatural forces come for her kids, Curtis’s mom stands strong. Mrs. Hagstrom may be the meanest Spooked ghost yet... Season III is ALIVE!! There are 26 new episodes of Spooked coming this season each week through Halloween and into a spooky November. To listen to them all, download the Luminary mobile app or go to LuminaryPodcasts.com.  Season 3 Episode 2 
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Case #0113005 Statement of Father Edwin Burroughs, regarding his claimed demonic possession. … Be sure to subscribe using your podcast software of choice to get every episode automatically downloaded to your device. Visit Rustyquill.com/subscribe for quick and easy links. It’s more convenient for you and really helps us out. Like what you’re hearing? Let us know: Tweet us at @theRustyQuill, drop us an email at mail@RustyQuill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at RustyQuill.com For more information visit www.RustyQuill.com 
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Cursed cat bones. Dead dogs. A haunted pond. Master storyteller Todd Narron is our tour guide as we explore the mysterious, spooky American South.
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#0170216-B Statement of Jurgen Leitner regarding his life and works. Recorded direct from subject 16th February 2017. If you'd like to support us, head to www.patreon.com/rustyquill Sound effects for this episode provided by BathroomCrooner, SoundsForHim, StudentTanita, hank_richard, daboy291, TheFilmLook, Slave2theLight, InspectorJ, youandbiscuitme, Alternicity, Sethroph, skradz and previously credited artists via freesound.org. Check out our merchandise at https://www.redbubble.com/people/rustyquill/collections/708982-the-magnus-archives-s1 You can subscribe to this podcast using your podcast software of choice, or by visiting www.rustyquill.com/subscribe. Please rate and review on your software of choice, it really helps us to spread the podcast to new listeners, so share the fear. 
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In this week's bonus comedy show, Don Ameche and Frances Langford feud as "The Bickersons" with skits and songs from Danny Thomas in "Drene Time" (2/26/47 and 3/2/47).
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Case #9220611 Statement of Staff Sgt. Clarence Berry regarding his time serving with Wilfred Owen in the great war. … For everyone who has already left a review, thank you! As an independent production company we cant afford big adverts so your review is absolutely critical to our continued success. For the duration of launch we will be releasing three episodes a week instead of our normal weekly release schedule. We hope you enjoy the extra terror… Be sure to subscribe using your podcast software of choice to get every episode automatically downloaded to your device. It’s more convenient for you and really helps us out. Like what you’re hearing? Let us know: Tweet us at @theRustyQuill, drop us an email at mail@RustyQuill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at www.RustyQuill.com. For more information visit RustyQuill,com 
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Housing Apocalypse coming soon! Government gives billionaires more money that could pay for Medicare For All!
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Case #9991006 Statement of Sebastian Adekoya, regarding a new acquisition at Chiswick Library. … Thanks to everyone who took the time to nominate us for the People’s Podcast Awards, we really appreciate your support. As our launch draws to a close we will drop down to our normal weekly release schedule from next week with fresh episodes every Thursday at midnight. Be sure to subscribe using your podcast software of choice to get every episode automatically downloaded to your device. Visit Rustyquill.com/subscribe for quick and easy links. It’s more convenient for you and really helps us out. Like what you’re hearing? Let us know: Tweet us at @theRustyQuill, drop us an email at mail@RustyQuill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at RustyQuill.com For more information visit www.RustyQuill.com 
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A woman visits a faraway island to meet the last generation of Korea's mermaids. She comes away with an unexpected discovery about motherhood and about herself. Season 11 - Episode 8
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Joseph continues his plan to grow the ancient seeds, but that's put on hold when he gets a visit he doesn't want, and another visit he doesn't understand. This is a crossover episode with the amazing podcast Ostium! Want to hear Jake's side of things? Listen to their episode here. Support the show here. Songs provided by: Chris Zabriskie Soulflair     Sound Effects provided by: www.freesound.org Sheyvan crharvey Abolla
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Case #0151403 Statement of Antonio Blake , regarding his recent dreams about Gertrude Robinson, previous Head Archivist of the Magnus Institute. … Thanks again for everyone who has taken the time to subscribe and leave us a review. We have been enjoying our time on the front page of iTunes. Hopefully we can keep the ball rolling and keep you all awake at night… For the duration of launch we will be releasing three episodes a week instead of our normal weekly release schedule. We hope you enjoy the extra terror… Be sure to subscribe using your podcast software of choice to get every episode automatically downloaded to your device. Visit Rustyquill.com/subscribe for quick and easy links. It’s more convenient for you and really helps us out. Like what you’re hearing? Let us know: Tweet us at @theRustyQuill, drop us an email at mail@RustyQuill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at RustyQuill.com For more information visit RustyQuill,com 
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Case #0071304 Statement of Evo Lensik regarding his experiences during the construction of a house on hilltop road Oxford. … Remember that during these launch weeks we need as many reviews and subscriptions as possible in order to get the attention we need to climb up the podcast charts. Every time you recommend our work you help us make more! For the duration of launch we will be releasing three episodes a week instead of our normal weekly release schedule. We hope you enjoy the extra terror… Like what you’re hearing? Let us know: Tweet us at @theRustyQuill, drop us an email at mail@RustyQuill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at www.RustyQuill.com. For more information visit RustyQuill,com. 
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Case #0161203 Statement of Martin Blackwood, archival assistant at the Magnus Institute, London, regarding a close encounter with something he believes to have once been Jane Prentiss. … There is still time to vote for The Magnus Archives in the Arts category of the 2016 Podcast Awards! Don’t forget that our other podcast, Rusty Quill Gaming, has also been nominated in the Games and Hobbies category. Daily voting continues until Sunday 12th June and you can vote for each of our podcasts once a day during that period at www.podcastawards.com. Also be sure to verify your vote every day by selecting the option in the email receipt you are sent. Like we keep saying, this voting system allows us to duke it out with companies that are much larger than us so do please take the time to vote every day in the period. If we were to win it would allow us to bring you much more content, sooner and to a higher quality. Be sure to subscribe using your podcast software of choice to get every episode automatically downloaded to your device. Visit Rustyquill.com/subscribe for quick and easy links. It’s more convenient for you and really helps us out. Like what you’re hearing? Let us know: Tweet us at @theRustyQuill, drop us an email at mail@RustyQuill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at RustyQuill.com Sound effects today from Framing_Noise and Duckduckpony via www.freesound.com For more information visit www.RustyQuill.com 
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Case #0022010 Statement of Moira Kelly, regarding the disappearance of her son Robert. … There is still time to vote for The Magnus Archives in the Arts category of the 2016 Podcast Awards! Don’t forget that our other podcast, Rusty Quill Gaming, has also been nominated in the Games and Hobbies category. Daily voting continues until Sunday 12th June and you can vote for each of our podcasts once a day during that period at www.podcastawards.com. Also be sure to verify your vote every day by selecting the option in the email receipt you are sent. Like we keep saying, this voting system allows us to duke it out with companies that are much larger than us so do please take the time to vote every day in the period. If we were to win it would allow us to bring you much more content, sooner and to a higher quality. Be sure to subscribe using your podcast software of choice to get every episode automatically downloaded to your device. Visit Rustyquill.com/subscribe for quick and easy links. It’s more convenient for you and really helps us out. Like what you’re hearing? Let us know: Tweet us at @theRustyQuill, drop us an email at mail@RustyQuill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at RustyQuill.com For more information visit www.RustyQuill.com 
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Witch Cage: A woman buys a medieval jail… and tries to make it her home. Phantom Border Agent: A border agent encounters his long-dead colleague in the middle of the desert.
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似乎在眼下这个时代,多数人更依赖花名而非真实姓名生存,同时又矛盾地希望自己的名字能够赋予或被赋予其他意义。比如,“葛宇路”这个符号就曾有过三重意义,它代表了一个艺术家,一件艺术作品,以及一条街道。在今天的节目当中,相主播尝试回访艺术家葛宇路的个人成长轨迹,并与其探讨行为艺术家们的艺术表达背后,存在着的初衷与目的。葛宇路认为艺术家并非生来反叛,尽管他本人差一点无缘所谓世俗意义上的成功。但对他来说,艺术启蒙正是开始于那段不被认可的岁月。或许也因此,葛宇路非常在意“可能性”:与其说是让艺术介入公共议题,不如说是艺术让公众看到世界的更多可能性。主播 / 相征嘉宾 / 葛宇路封面设计 / 划水怪音频后期 / 黑爪音频上传 / ObserverplaylistLudens - Bring Me The Horizon@01:40:06大内密谈的各种帐号都是“大内密谈”欢迎加入 欢迎互动:)
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Case #0100710 Statement of Trevor Herbert, regarding his life as a self-proclaimed vampire hunter. … Thanks again for everyone who has taken the time to subscribe and leave us a review. We have been enjoying our time on the front page of iTunes. Hopefully we can keep the ball rolling and keep you all awake at night… For the duration of launch we will be releasing three episodes a week instead of our normal weekly release schedule. We hope you enjoy the extra terror… Be sure to subscribe using your podcast software of choice to get every episode automatically downloaded to your device. Visit Rustyquill.com/subscribe for quick and easy links. It’s more convenient for you and really helps us out. Like what you’re hearing? Let us know: Tweet us at @theRustyQuill, drop us an email at mail@RustyQuill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at RustyQuill.com For more information visit RustyQuill,com 
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Case #0151904 Statement of Mark Bilham, regarding events culminating in his visit to Hither Green chapel. … Thanks again to everyone who took the time to vote for us in the 2016 Podcast Awards, sadly we didn’t manage to win this year but just getting nominated will be great boost for us. Be sure to subscribe using your podcast software of choice to get every episode automatically downloaded to your device. Visit www.RustyQuill.com/subscribe for quick and easy links. It’s more convenient for you and really helps us out. Like what you’re hearing? Let us know: Tweet us at @theRustyQuill, drop us an email at mail@RustyQuill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at RustyQuill.com For more information visit www.RustyQuill.com 
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Stories: "Cat Scratch Fever" - Something is here, scratching, clawing its way out of the darkness...  "Invisible Children" - What do you do when you find three ghost children living in your attic?  "Pastor’s Oil"  - Jenny is up in her room, she’s shaking like there’s something inside of her. And Glynn is about to find out what . . .
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Case #0150409 Statement of Carlos Vittery regarding his Arachnophobia and its manifestations. … Thanks to everyone who took the time to nominate us for the People’s Podcast Awards, we really appreciate your support. Be sure to subscribe using your podcast software of choice to get every episode automatically downloaded to your device. Visit Rustyquill.com/subscribe for quick and easy links. It’s more convenient for you and really helps us out. Like what you’re hearing? Let us know: Tweet us at @theRustyQuill, drop us an email at mail@RustyQuill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at RustyQuill.com For more information visit RustyQuill,com 
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Frances: Cori suspects she’s got a second roommate who she can’t see, and who may very well be contacting her from beyond the veil. Lydia: The wait staff at the Red Onion Saloon in Skagway, Alaska uncover the tragic story of their notorious ghost, Lydia.
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The Mine: California is gold country. Miner Shannon Poe discovers that not every abandoned gold mine has been vacated. The Mission: An empty old church. An open door. A sight no one will believe.
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Host Luke Burbank and announcer Elena Passarello share what they're most nostalgic for; comedian James Veitch explains his crusade to antagonize email scams, as outlined in his book "Dot Con: The Art of Scamming a Scammer;" scent archivist Allison Breed discusses how she created the Male Scent Catalogue on Twitter, which documents how the essence of male characters are described in romance novels; and singer-songwriter Chastity Brown performs her soaring song "Curiosity."
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Case #8141206 Statement of Sampson Kempthrone, regarding the workhouse architecture of George Gilbert Scott. Original statement given June 12th 1841. … If you haven’t already, be sure to visit www.RustyQuill.com/subscribe in order to subscribe to us using your podcast software of choice and be sure to leave reviews online. If you want to get in touch with us, feel free to tweet us at @theRustyQuill, drop us an email at mail@RustyQuill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at RustyQuill.com. For more information visit www.RustyQuill.com 
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Case ########-11 Considerations of the Flesh. Recorded by The Archivist, in Situ.  Content warnings: - Major/graphic body horror - Character death - Vocalised suffering & screams/pain (SFX) - Dysmorphia - Anorexia - Toxic beauty standards - Unhealthy bodybuilding - Plastic surgery addiction - Body modification - Mortality / Existential dread - Physical disorders / Chronic illness - Paralysis - Self-harm / Suicidal ideation - Loud noises  Thanks to this week's Patrons: M.A.B., Bri Raymond, Olivia Peachley, GameStressor, Lucy Hall, Brittany Guy, H.D, Elfy Ibenbob, Maryam Trabelsi, LainieBarbarian, Steven Chlebek, Robert Espy, Full Featuritis, Silphius, gaminette, Nic Duhamel, Thor, Chris Halliday, ArcticMetal, Bob Hundertmark, FXKTN, sarahmeh, Alexis Arendt, Mickey, Greg Meyer, tracey van haaften, Beccameriel, Victoriano Vello, Imogen, BooksAndCats, Churlington Beesecoat, John Albert, Victorious Prime, ELooking, Overflight, Matthew Taylor, Bremen J. Savage, Lydia Kats, Cher Silver, Quill & Scale Designs, Teresa Wu, Scorna Lott, Rikki D, Ren, harmonybat, Cole Weber, andrew, GreyT, Tomas Nieboer, Rob Beckmann, Katie, Shaz, howdoyouwrite, Zoë Mortensen, Monsters' Advocate, Enzy   If you'd like to join them visit www.patreon.com/rustyquill Edited this week by Nico Vettese, Elizabeth Moffatt, Brock Winstead & Alexander J Newall. Written by Jonathan Sims and directed by Alexander J Newall. Produced by Lowri Ann Davies Performances: - "Martin Blackwood" - Alexander J. Newall  - "The Archivist" - Jonathan Sims  - "Jared Hopworth" - Alexander J. Newall Sound effects this week by julius_galla, InspectorJ, Aurelon, davebassguy, Andy_Gardner, carlito62, minituffy, silversatyr, kentspublicdomain, SpliceSound, scottemoil, qubodup, Archeos, milnersouza, WavJunction.com, Fabrizio84, gmni, Reitanna, 000600, Motion_S, WilliamJMeyer, stomachache, indirect, bolkmar, FractalStudios, conleec, SilentStrikeZ, milnersouza, Iceofdoom, tosha73, EverHeat, JoelAudio, EricSoundsmiede, jeremy123, PereBarry, MaxDemianAGL, MisterLockbridge12, aabbccddee123 & previously credited artists via freesound.org. Check out our merchandise at https://www.redbubble.com/people/rustyquill/collections/708982-the-magnus-archives-s1 You can subscribe to this podcast using your podcast software of choice, or by visiting www.rustyquill.com/subscribe Please rate and review on your software of choice, it really helps us to spread the podcast to new listeners, so share the fear. Join our community: WEBSITE: rustyquill.com FACEBOOK: facebook.com/therustyquill TWITTER: @therustyquill REDDIT: reddit.com/r/RustyQuill DISCORD: https://discord.gg/KckTv8y EMAIL: mail@rustyquill.com The Magnus Archives is a podcast distributed by Rusty Quill Ltd. and licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Sharealike 4.0 International Licence 
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The Mammoth Mountain Poltergeist: Tom Ross finds evil lurking in the most unlikely place: a California ski chalet. The Moonshiner’s Daughter: Alex doesn’t know the man who lurks on her property, who sometimes appears in her home… but he seems to know her. Season 2 Episode 7
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Case #0040904 Statement of Phillip Brown, regarding his time working at HMP Wakefield between 1990 and 2002. … If you have sound editing experience and want help us make programmes like The Magnus Archives, be sure to send us an email to HR@RustyQuill.com and we'll be in touch very soon. If you haven't already, be sure to visit www.RustyQuill.com/subscribe in order to subscribe to us using your podcast software of choice and be sure to leave reviews online. If you want to get talk with us, feel free to tweet us at @theRustyQuill, drop us an email at mail@RustyQuill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at RustyQuill.com. For more information visit www.RustyQuill.com 
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La Posada: What if your great-great-grandmother comes back from the dead, but doesn’t visit you? You’re Gonna Get Scratched: Three kids go inside an abandoned house… turns out, it’s not empty.
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The Man Called X tries to make sure that vitally needed radium is delivered to a hospital in Manilla. Original Air Date: July 24, 1947 Support the show monthly at patreon.greatdetectives.net Support the show on a one-time basis at http://support.greatdetectives.net.‘ Mail a donation to: Adam Graham, PO Box 15913, Boise, Idaho 83715 Read more ...
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https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr32020/CaseClosed692.mp3 The Numbers Murders from Nick Carter, Master Detective is our first story on Case Closed this week. That episode was originally heard on October 1, 1944. (30:21) Our second story comes from Ellery Queen. We'll hear One Diamond, his story from May 6, 1948. Download CaseClosed692
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Case #0161301 Statement of Naomi Herne, regarding the events following the funeral of her fiancé, Evan Lukas. … Today’s episode features guest star Katie Davison. Thanks again for all the support from everyone since we launched. All your reviews and recommendations have really had an impact on our launch. The Magnus Archives is actually registered with the People’s Podcast Awards and they are taking nominations till the end of April. Being nominated would be a huge deal for a small, independent production company like ours so if you take the time to nominate us it would make a massive difference to us. Just head over to www.podcastawards.com and enter The Magnus Archives under the “Arts” category (and “People’s Choice” category if you are feeling generous. You could even enter our other Podcast Rusty Quill Gaming into the “Games and Hobbies” category while you are there. Our URL is www.RustyQuill.com and be sure to leave a name and email address to prove you are a real listener. It’s easy and takes less than a minute to fill in the web form but doing so would really help us continue to bring this content to you for free. In other news, as our launch begins to wind down we will be dropping down to two episodes a week (Thursday and Monday) from now on and then eventually dropping down to our normal weekly (Thursday) schedule. We hope you have enjoyed our horde of horror at launch. Its taken a lot of preparation and hard work at our end to achieve. Be sure to subscribe using your podcast software of choice to get every episode automatically downloaded to your device. Visit Rustyquill.com/subscribe for quick and easy links. It’s more convenient for you and really helps us out. Like what you’re hearing? Let us know: Tweet us at @theRustyQuill, drop us an email at mail@RustyQuill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at RustyQuill.com For more information visit RustyQuill,com 
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Case #0080701 Statement of Antonia Hayley, regarding a deep dive that took place near Sable Island, Nova Scotia in August 2006. … If you have sound editing experience and want help us make programmes like The Magnus Archives, be sure to send us an email to HR@RustyQuill.com and we'll be in touch very soon. If you haven't already, be sure to visit www.RustyQuill.com/subscribe in order to subscribe to us using your podcast software of choice and be sure to leave reviews online. If you want to get talk with us, feel free to tweet us at @theRustyQuill, drop us an email at mail@RustyQuill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at RustyQuill.com. For more information visit www.RustyQuill.com 
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Case #0113005-B Continuation of the statement of Father Edwin Burroughs, regarding his claimed demonic possession. … We are happy to announce that The Magnus Archives has been nominated in the Arts category of the 2016 Podcast Awards! Even better, our other podcast Rusty Quill Gaming has also been nominated in the Games and Hobbies category! Thanks to everybody who took the time to nominate us. Daily voting starts on Sunday the 29th May and continues until Sunday 12th June. That means you can vote for each of our podcasts once a day during that period at www.podcastawards.com. This system means that a small company like us can still compete if we have fans dedicated enough to take the time to vote every day in that period. So please do take the time to vote repeatedly as it makes a huge difference. We have lots of exciting projects planned for you down the line but we could make so much more if we were to win an award like this. Be sure to subscribe using your podcast software of choice to get every episode automatically downloaded to your device. Visit Rustyquill.com/subscribe for quick and easy links. It’s more convenient for you and really helps us out. Like what you’re hearing? Let us know: Tweet us at @theRustyQuill, drop us an email at mail@RustyQuill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at RustyQuill.com For more information visit www.RustyQuill.com 
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Case #0081212 Statement of Christof Rudenko, regarding his interactions with a first floor resident of Welbeck House, Wandsworth. … Be sure to subscribe using your podcast software of choice to get every episode automatically downloaded to your device. Visit Rustyquill.com/subscribe for quick and easy links. It’s more convenient for you and really helps us out. Like what you’re hearing? Let us know: Tweet us at @theRustyQuill, drop us an email at mail@RustyQuill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at RustyQuill.com For more information visit www.RustyQuill.com 
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Case #0051701 Statement of Leanne Denikin, regarding an antique calliope organ she possessed briefly in August 2004. … Thanks again to everyone who took the time to vote for us in the 2016 Podcast Awards, we find out the winners next week. Be sure to subscribe using your podcast software of choice to get every episode automatically downloaded to your device. Visit www.RustyQuill.com/subscribe for quick and easy links. It’s more convenient for you and really helps us out. Like what you’re hearing? Let us know: Tweet us at @theRustyQuill, drop us an email at mail@RustyQuill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at RustyQuill.com For more information visit www.RustyQuill.com 
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Case #0173006 Statement of Gerard Keay, deceased, regarding the death of his mother, Mary Keay. Statement taken posthumously from subject, June 30th 2017. Content Warnings for this episode are at the end of the show notes. Thanks to this week's Patrons: Amanda Gracia, Scott Shin, Chainsaw Hunter, Rodda Prime, Morgan Fitzmorris, Alex Weltlinger, Jeanette Åstrand, sAZAndorable, Erica Greitzer, Jay Iannuzzelli. If you'd like to support us, head to www.patreon.com/rustyquill Edited this week by Elizabeth Moffatt, Brock Winstead & Alexander J Newall. Performances: -  "The Archivist" - Jonathan Sims -    "Julia Montauk" - Francesca Renèe Reid -    "Trevor Herbert" - Ian Hayles -    "Gerard Keay" - Jon Gracey Sound effects this week by Pfannkuchn, SunnySideSound, qubodup, lordvanye, CGEffex, ralphwhitehead, JakLocke, SpliceSound & previously credited artists via freesound.org. Check out our merchandise at https://www.redbubble.com/people/rustyquill/collections/708982-the-magnus-archives-s1 You can subscribe to this podcast using your podcast software of choice, or by visiting www.rustyquill.com/subscribe Please rate and review on your software of choice, it really helps us to spread the podcast to new listeners, so share the fear. Content Warning for: -   undead -     spousal violence -     blood -     body horror 
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Stories: "La Bruja" Your family is cursed--who you gonna call? La Bruja. Nestor Gomez is a storyteller based in Chicago. You can find him on Twitter @soloyochapin and at his website.
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Case #0142302 Statement of Jane Prentiss, regarding a wasps nest in her attic. … If you have any questions for writer/narrator Jonathan Sims or the rest of the team at Rusty Quill visit our forums at www.RustyQuill.com and post it to the dedicated thread. We will be hosting an interview at the end of season one and all the best questions will be read on the recording! Also, Rusty Quill is expanding! If you would be interested in joining our team and working with us to make new and excellent content, send us an email to mail@RustyQuill.com, letting us know what skills you’ve got. (Currently only accepting UK based applicants for now.) Be sure to subscribe using your podcast software of choice to get every episode automatically downloaded to your device. Visit www.RustyQuill.com/subscribe for quick and easy links. It’s more convenient for you and really helps us out. Like what you’re hearing? Let us know: Tweet us at @theRustyQuill, drop us an email at mail@RustyQuill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at RustyQuill.com For more information visit www.RustyQuill.com 
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Case #0112905 Statement of Lee Rentoul, on the murder of his associate Paul Noriega. … Thanks again for all the support from everyone since we launched. All your reviews and recommendations have really had an impact on our launch. The Magnus Archives is actually registered with the People’s Podcast Awards and they are taking nominations till the end of April. Being nominated would be a huge deal for a small, independent production company like ours so if you take the time to nominate us it would make a massive difference to us. Just head over to www.podcastawards.com and enter The Magnus Archives under the “Arts” category (and “People’s Choice” category if you are feeling generous. You could even enter our other Podcast Rusty Quill Gaming into the “Games and Hobbies” category while you are there. Our URL is www.RustyQuill.com and be sure to leave a name and email address to prove you are a real listener. It’s easy and takes less than a minute to fill in the web form but doing so would really help us continue to bring this content to you for free. Be sure to subscribe using your podcast software of choice to get every episode automatically downloaded to your device. Visit Rustyquill.com/subscribe for quick and easy links. It’s more convenient for you and really helps us out. Like what you’re hearing? Let us know: Tweet us at @theRustyQuill, drop us an email at mail@RustyQuill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at RustyQuill.com For more information visit RustyQuill,com 
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Between June 11 and July 2, 2020, RISK! will be re-running 12 of our favorite stories that have appeared on the podcast by Black storytellers about race or racism. Remember, we’re seeking more! Anyone interested in pitching a story should go to risk-show.com/submissions. This week, remarkable stories from Carl Yard, Maya James and Marc Abbott.
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The Possession: When Sara appears to be cursed, her grandmother calls on a coven of witches for the cure. The Healing: When it comes to miracles, lightning doesn’t strike twice. But Paul doesn’t know that yet.
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Case ########-1 An assortment of personal statements. Thanks to this week's Patrons: Ashton, Andrea Paternoster, Isa, Laurie Rich, Lizzie Jacobs, Elisabeth Dixon, Robin Allez, Joe Bell, Veronica P, Sam and Phobos, Kira, Dr. Badvibes, Sara Freeman, Hannah Earnshaw, Anne Fabe, Kiro, Lauren Nabet, Hannah Jordan, Robin Stone, Nancy Crawford, Kristin Jeffords, The Laughing Kookaburra, Murmuruk, Mrs. Mighterbump, Jorj Car'das, Jess Donaldson, Constantin Valdor, Joia Vita, James Rule, ProbsNotJosh, Izzy Aliberti, Ethan Morris, Debra Mitchell, Angharad, Sarah & Michelle Poiani, Matthew McCorkle, Nikki Nelson-Hicks, Vili Kaneli, Sam Oliver, TalesHunter If you would like to join them, be sure to visit www.patreon.com/rustyquill Edited this week by Elizabeth Moffatt & Alexander J Newall. Written by Jonathan Sims and directed by Alexander J Newall. Content warnings: - Isolation Performances: - "Martin Blackwood" - Alexander J. Newall - "Sasha James" - Lottie Broomhall - "Tim Stoker" - Mike LeBeau - "The Archivist" - Jonathan Sims - "Jonah Magnus" - Ben Meredith - "Gertrude Robinson" - Sue Sims - "Jurgen Leitner" - Paul Sims Sound effects this week by beerre, khenshom, justiningo, KenRT, EpicWizard, paulmessier, j1987, bbrocer, deleted_user_4772965, miekyj, donjmyers, TiesWijnen, hinzebeat, bfederi1, conleec, LoafDV, Joao_Janz, , ralph.whitehead, Simon Spiers, craigsmith, msantoro11, toadie Glaneur de sons PhreaKsAccount, IESP, BehanSean & previously credited artists via freesound.org. Check out our merchandise at https://www.redbubble.com/people/rustyquill/collections/708982-the-magnus-archives-s1 You can subscribe to this podcast using your podcast software of choice, or by visiting www.rustyquill.com/subscribe Please rate and review on your software of choice, it really helps us to spread the podcast to new listeners, so share the fear. Join our community: WEBSITE: rustyquill.com FACEBOOK: facebook.com/therustyquill TWITTER: @therustyquill REDDIT: reddit.com/r/RustyQuill DISCORD: https://discord.gg/KckTv8y EMAIL: mail@rustyquill.com The Magnus Archives is a podcast distributed by Rusty Quill Ltd. and licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution Non-Commercial Sharealike 4.0 International Licence 
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#0170701 Statement of Tessa Winters, regarding a strange computer program she downloaded from the deep web three months ago. Statement recorded direct from subject, 7th January 2017. Thank you to this week's patrons: Kate Onyett, Nik Crombie, Josh Harper-Cole, Alice Carroll, Lawrence Medina, Doug Warren, Chris, Kirsty Sider, Suki Wan, Aaron Tunney If you'd also like to support us, head to www.patreon.com/rustyquill Sound effects for this episode provided by previously credited artists via freesound.org. You can subscribe to this podcast using your podcast software of choice, or by visiting www.rustyquill.com/subscribe. Please rate and review on iTunes, it really helps us to spread the podcast to new listeners, so share the fear! If you want to get in touch with us, feel free to tweet us at @therustyquill, drop us an email at mail@rustyquill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at rustyquill.com. 
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Case #0161002 Statement of Helen Richardson, regarding a new door in a house she was selling. Statement recorded direct from subject 2nd October 2016. … Today’s episode has been sponsored by Failbetter Games, so be sure to check out Fallen London at www.Failbettergames.com/RustyQuill for free actions! If you haven’t already, be sure to visit www.RustyQuill.com/subscribe in order to subscribe to us using your podcast software of choice and be sure to leave reviews online. If you want to get in touch with us, feel free to tweet us at @theRustyQuill, drop us an email at mail@RustyQuill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at RustyQuill.com. For more information visit www.RustyQuill.com SFX this week from FreqMan, MoKoLoKo, Mixedupmoviestuff, paulmessier and previously credited artists via www.freesound.org. 
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Case #0100912 Statement of Lawrence Mortimer, regarding his hunting trip to Blue Ridge, Viginia. … If you have any questions for writer/narrator Jonathan Sims or the rest of the team at Rusty Quill visit our forums at www.RustyQuill.com and post it to the dedicated thread. We will be hosting an interview at the end of season one and all the best questions will be read on the recording! Also, Rusty Quill is expanding! If you would be interested in joining our team and working with us to make new and excellent content send us an email to mail@RustyQuill.com, letting us know what skills you’ve got. (Currently only accepting UK based applicants for now.) Be sure to subscribe using your podcast software of choice to get every episode automatically downloaded to your device. Visit www.RustyQuill.com/subscribe for quick and easy links. It’s more convenient for you and really helps us out. Like what you’re hearing? Let us know: Tweet us at @theRustyQuill, drop us an email at mail@RustyQuill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at RustyQuill.com For more information visit www.RustyQuill.com 
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Case #0160112 Statement of Detective Alice “Daisy” Tonner, regarding the traffic stop of a delivery van on the M6 near Preston on the afternoon of 24th July 2002. Thank you to this week's patrons: Will Blackstock, Stuart McQueen, Kevin Turner, Simon Freeston, Theo Imeson, Bryn, Laura McCarthy, Jennifer Davis, Kate Cheema and Robert Espy If you'd also like to support us, head to www.patreon.com/rustyquill Sound effects for this episode provided by previously credited artists via freesound.org. You can subscribe to this podcast using your podcast software of choice, or by visiting www.rustyquill.com/subscribe. Please rate and review on iTunes, it really helps us to spread the podcast to new listeners, so share the fear! If you want to get in touch with us, feel free to tweet us at @therustyquill, drop us an email at mail@rustyquill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at rustyquill.com. 
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Stories: "A Boy Named Thomas" - Shane Dunphy spent years working with kids as a social worker. He’d seen it all until he met a little boy named Gregory. For more, get Shane Dunphy’s book The Boy They Tried to Hide.
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Case #0160204 Statement of Sasha James, assistant archivist at the Magnus Institute, London, regarding a series of paranormal sightings. … If you have any questions for Jonathan Sims or the rest of the team at Rusty Quill visit our forums at www.RustyQuill.com and post it to the dedicated thread. We will be hosting an interview at the end of season one and all the best questions will be read on the recording! Be sure to subscribe using your podcast software of choice to get every episode automatically downloaded to your device. Visit www.RustyQuill.com/subscribe for quick and easy links. It’s more convenient for you and really helps us out. Like what you’re hearing? Let us know: Tweet us at @theRustyQuill, drop us an email at mail@RustyQuill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at RustyQuill.com For more information visit www.RustyQuill.com 
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https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr32020/RelicRadio690.mp3 The Relic Radio Show begins with The Whistler this week. We'll hear his episode from June 23, 1947, The Gentle Way. (30:18) The Matinee Theater brings us our second story with their adaptation of Mr. And Mrs. Smith. This one aired November 26, 1944. Download RelicRadio690 Support Relic Radio and get even more [...]
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Marty hired to defend a college basketball player by a man who expects to be murdered and for the basketball player to be blamed. Original Air Date: July 17, 1952 Support the show monthly at patreon.greatdetectives.net Support the show on a one-time basis at http://support.greatdetectives.net. Mail a donation to: Adam Graham, PO Box 15913, Boise,…
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Case #0140911 Statement of Laura Popham, regarding her experience exploring the Three Counties System of caves with her Sister Aleana Sanderson. … Featuring Hannah Brankin as Laura Popham. Thanks again for all the support from everyone since we launched. All your reviews and recommendations have really had an impact on our launch. The Magnus Archives is actually registered with the People’s Podcast Awards and they are taking nominations till the end of April. Being nominated would be a huge deal for a small, independent production company like ours so if you take the time to nominate us it would make a massive difference to us. Just head over to www.podcastawards.com and enter The Magnus Archives under the “Arts” category (and “People’s Choice” category if you are feeling generous. You could even enter our other Podcast Rusty Quill Gaming into the “Games and Hobbies” category while you are there. Our URL is www.RustyQuill.com and be sure to leave a name and email address to prove you are a real listener. It’s easy and takes less than a minute to fill in the web form but doing so would really help us continue to bring this content to you for free. Be sure to subscribe using your podcast software of choice to get every episode automatically downloaded to your device. Visit Rustyquill.com/subscribe for quick and easy links. It’s more convenient for you and really helps us out. Like what you’re hearing? Let us know: Tweet us at @theRustyQuill, drop us an email at mail@RustyQuill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at RustyQuill.com Special thanks for SFX from www.freesfx.co.uk as well as ameslynn and Benboncan via Freesound.org For more information visit RustyQuill,com 
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#0172804-B Statement of Barnabas Bennett, as given in a short letter to Jonah Magnus. April 9th 1824. Content Warnings for this episode are at the end of the show notes. Thanks to this week's Patrons: Brian Karas, Brittany Shaw, Katharina, Laura Hill, Patrick Schneeweis, Mary S, David Hicks, Jeremy McQuadie, Muriel Roussillon, Luke Alexander and Bertram Morton If you'd like to support us, head to www.patreon.com/rustyquill Edited by Elizabeth Moffatt, Brock Winstead & Alexander J Newall. Sound effects for this episode provided by mefrancis13, jrssandoval, SpliceSound, theshuggie, EskimoNeil & previously credited artists via freesound.org. Check out our merchandise at https://www.redbubble.com/people/rustyquill/collections/708982-the-magnus-archives-s1 You can subscribe to this podcast using your podcast software of choice, or by visiting www.rustyquill.com/subscribe. Please rate and review on your software of choice, it really helps us to spread the podcast to new listeners, so share the fear. Content Warning for: - Isolation - Police Brutality - Gun Violence 
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Stories: "Cowboy Whiteout" - A woman gets an unlikely savior when she’s lost in a snowstorm. "Flesh-Eating Bacteria" - A mortician-in-training has his worst shift yet. "Big Al" - A caregiver gets a visit from one of his late patients.
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Case #0032408 Statement of Paul McKenzie, regarding repeated nocturnal intrusions into his home. … If you have any questions for writer/narrator Jonathan Sims or the rest of the team at Rusty Quill visit our forums at www.RustyQuill.com and post it to the dedicated thread. We will be hosting an interview at the end of season one and all the best questions will be read on the recording! Be sure to subscribe using your podcast software of choice to get every episode automatically downloaded to your device. Visit www.RustyQuill.com/subscribe for quick and easy links. It’s more convenient for you and really helps us out. Like what you’re hearing? Let us know: Tweet us at @theRustyQuill, drop us an email at mail@RustyQuill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at RustyQuill.com For more information visit www.RustyQuill.com 
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Case #8450512 Unsigned statement regarding potential cannibalism while attempting to travel the Oregon Trail. Original letter dated December 4th 1845. Sound effects for this episode provided by previously credited artists via freesound.org. You can subscribe to this podcast using your podcast software of choice, or by visiting www.rustyquill.com/subscribe. Please rate and review on iTunes, it really helps us to spread the podcast to new listeners, so share the fear! If you want to get in touch with us, feel free to tweet us at @therustyquill, drop us an email at mail@rustyquill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at rustyquill.com. 
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37 Seconds: Stephanie Arnold was pregnant with her second child, and she couldn’t have been more excited. Until she got her first premonition. Be sure to check out Stephanie’s book "37 Seconds."
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Case #0180303 Statement of the surviving half of the being calling itself ‘Breekon and Hope’, regarding its existence. Statement... extracted from subject 3rd March 2018. Content Warnings for this episode are at the end of the show notes. Thanks to this week's Patrons: Ever Anon, Nicole Fry, Meagan Waltz, Mike Nutter, Sean Frohling. If you'd like to support us, head to www.patreon.com/rustyquill Edited this week by Elizabeth Moffatt, Brock Winstead & Alexander J Newall. Performances: - "The Archivist" - Jonathan Sims - "Basira Hussain" - Frank Voss - "Breekon" - Martin Corcoran Sound effects this week by alegemaate, Yap_Audio_Production, LG, viznoman, mshahen, Suburbanwizard, Jamitch2 and previously credited artists via freesound.org. Check out our merchandise at https://www.redbubble.com/people/rustyquill/collections/708982-the-magnus-archives-s1 You can subscribe to this podcast using your podcast software of choice, or by visiting www.rustyquill.com/subscribe Please rate and review on your software of choice, it really helps us to spread the podcast to new listeners, so share the fear. Content Warning for: - body horror - human remains - attempted suicide - spiders - knife violence - dismemberment - cannibalism 
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Case #9970509 Sergeant Walter Heller recording. Regarding a discovery made near Alexandria during Operation Crusader in November of 1941. … If you have sound editing experience and want help us make programmes like The Magnus Archives, be sure to send us an email to HR@RustyQuill.com and we'll be in touch very soon. If you haven't already, be sure to visit www.RustyQuill.com/subscribe in order to subscribe to us using your podcast software of choice and be sure to leave reviews online. If you want to get talk with us, feel free to tweet us at @theRustyQuill, drop us an email at mail@RustyQuill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at RustyQuill.com. For more information visit www.RustyQuill.com 
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https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr32020/owota276.mp3 This time on Orson Welles On The Air, we'll hear The Most Dangerous Game from Suspense. This episode originally aired September 23, 1943. Download owota276
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Case #0132306 Statement of Alexander Scaplehorn regarding his evaluation of The Trophy Room taxidermists in Barnet. ... If you have sound editing experience and want help us make programmes like The Magnus Archives, be sure to send us an email to HR@RustyQuill.com and we’ll be in touch very soon. If you haven’t already, be sure to visit www.RustyQuill.com/subscribe in order to subscribe to us using your podcast software of choice and be sure to leave reviews online. If you want to get talk with us, feel free to tweet us at @theRustyQuill, drop us an email at mail@RustyQuill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at RustyQuill.com. For more information visit www.RustyQuill.com 
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The Curse of Mr. Smith: Every time Randi’s grandma looked out her kitchen window, she’d see him, standing on the lawn: Mr. Smith. Who was Mr. Smith? What did he want? And why was he so sad? The Angel of Death: When Ron was working at Overbrook, one of New Jersey’s oldest and most notorious asylums, he knew the place was… off. Little did he know that he would see something there that would change his life forever.
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Case #0160902 Statement of Jonathan Sims, Head Archivist of the Magnus Institute, regarding exploration of the tunnels recently discovered below the archive. Statement given direct, 2nd September 2016. … Welcome back to The Magnus Archives… The Magnus Archives podcast is a listed finalist in the 2016 Audio Verse awards! We are competing for ‘Best New, Original, Long Form, Small Cast, Ongoing, Production.’ It would be a great help to us if you are able to visit http://www.audioverseawards.net/site/vote/ and vote for us before ballots close on Wednesday December 7th. Also, remember that in order for your vote to count you must vote in every category not just ours. If you haven’t already, be sure to visit www.RustyQuill.com/subscribe in order to subscribe to us using your podcast software of choice and be sure to leave reviews online. If you want to get in touch with us, feel free to tweet us at @theRustyQuill, drop us an email at mail@RustyQuill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at RustyQuill.com. For more information visit www.RustyQuill.com. 
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A skeptical journalist fights freezing temperatures alongside a fitness guru to test the limits of his own mortality. Snap Classic: Season 8 - Episode 17
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#0071803 Statement of Jack Barnabas regarding a short-lived courtship with Agnes Montague in the Autumn of 2006. Original statement given March 18th 2007. Thanks to this week's Patrons: Martin Orchard, Cheryl Peterson, Kristen Bonner, Zack Clark, Marc Elliott, Anna O'Rourke, Erin Dombrowski, Jay Fernandez, Matt Landau, David Minch-Dixon. If you'd also like to support us, head to www.patreon.com/rustyquill Sound effects for this episode provided by previously credited artists via freesound.org. You can subscribe to this podcast using your podcast software of choice, or by visiting www.rustyquill.com/subscribe. Please rate and review on iTunes, it really helps us to spread the podcast to new listeners, so share the fear! 
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Case #0130409 Statement of Kulbir Shakya, regarding a flood that occurred around his flat in Hackney. Original statement given September 4th, 2013. Content Warnings for this episode are at the end of the show notes. Thanks to this week's Patrons: stickyshoelaces, RJ, Sarah randlett, Iryka Smeke, Mupod, Richard Dixon, Sarah Hickey, Jess Em, Joseph Fink and Jane dataghosts. If you'd like to support us, head to www.patreon.com/rustyquill Edited this week by James Austin, Brock Winstead & Alexander J Newall. Performances: - "The Archivist" - Jonathan Sims - "Martin Blackwood" - Alexander J Newall Sound effects this week by previously credited artists via freesound.org. Check out our merchandise at https://www.redbubble.com/people/rustyquill/collections/708982-the-magnus-archives-s1 You can subscribe to this podcast using your podcast software of choice, or by visiting www.rustyquill.com/subscribe Please rate and review on your software of choice, it really helps us to spread the podcast to new listeners, so share the fear. Content Warning for: - drowning - natural disaster (flood) - isolation - grief - emotional trauma - human remains 
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Case #0160729-B Statement of Elias Buchard, Tim Stoker, Sasha James, Martin Blackwood and Jonathan Sims regarding the infestation of the Magnus Institute by the entity formerly known as Jane Prentiss. … And so we arrive at the end of Season 1. Season 2 of The Magnus Archives will commence on Thursday 1st December but before then we will be featuring an interview with Jonathan Sims, writer and voice of the archivist. If you can’t wait that long, Jonathan will also be appearing as a special guest in the Halloween special of our sister program, the Rusty Quill Gaming Podcast, alongside Alexander J Newall and Ben Meredith, the voices of Martin and Elias. Be sure to subscribe at www.rustyquill.com/subscribe or via the podcast app of your choice. Thank you to everyone who has listened and helped our small operation grow into the cult it has. If you haven’t already be sure to leave a review, check out our forums and spread the word of your favourite Horror podcast. Particularly with Halloween on the way. Also, don’t forget, Rusty Quill is expanding! If you would be interested in joining our team and working with us to make new and excellent content, send us an email to mail@RustyQuill.com, letting us know what skills you’ve got. (Currently only accepting UK based applicants.) For more information visit www.RustyQuill.com, Tweet us at @theRustyQuill, drop us an email at mail@RustyQuill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at the website. 
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Teresa can see dead people. And she’s not afraid… until she meets HER. Season 2 Episode 1
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Case #0020406 Statement of Harold Silvana, regarding discoveries made during the renovation of the Reform Club, Pall Mall. … If you have any questions for writer/narrator Jonathan Sims or the rest of the team at Rusty Quill visit our forums at www.RustyQuill.com and post it to the dedicated thread. We will be hosting an interview at the end of season one and all the best questions will be read on the recording! Also, Rusty Quill is expanding! If you would be interested in joining our team and working with us to make new and excellent content, send us an email to mail@RustyQuill.com, letting us know what skills you’ve got. (Currently only accepting UK based applicants for now.) Be sure to subscribe using your podcast software of choice to get every episode automatically downloaded to your device. Visit www.RustyQuill.com/subscribe for quick and easy links. It’s more convenient for you and really helps us out. Like what you’re hearing? Let us know: Tweet us at @theRustyQuill, drop us an email at mail@RustyQuill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at RustyQuill.com SFX today from ralphwhitehead, Nick Rave, bennychico11bewagne and previously credited artists via freesound.org For more information visit www.RustyQuill.com 
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Case #0160919 Statement of Police Constable Basira Hussain regarding her time investigating strange occurrences as part of Section 31. Statement taken direct from subject September 19th 2016. … Special thanks to Ian Hayles for editing assitance with today’s episode. If you haven’t already, be sure to visit www.RustyQuill.com/subscribe in order to subscribe to us using your podcast software of choice and be sure to leave reviews online. If you want to get in touch with us, feel free to tweet us at @theRustyQuill, drop us an email at mail@RustyQuill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at RustyQuill.com. For more information visit www.RustyQuill 
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Stories: "Spirit on the Board" - What happens when a group of kids conjure a spirit? "The Seance" - A long-lost love comes to town for a visit, and he's been dead for years. Produced by Bob Carlson and KCRW's Unfictional. "Dollhouse" - Ali Standish came home after surgery and was shocked to find her grandmother in the living room with a gift--a dollhouse.
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Case #0161207 Statement of Dr. Lionel Elliott, regarding a series of events that took place during his class Introduction to Human Anatomy and Physiology, at Kings College, London. … If you have any questions for writer/narrator Jonathan Sims or the rest of the team at Rusty Quill visit our forums at www.RustyQuill.com and post it to the dedicated thread. We will be hosting an interview at the end of season one and all the best questions will be read on the recording! Also, Rusty Quill is expanding! If you would be interested in joining our team and working with us to make new and excellent content, send us an email to mail@RustyQuill.com, letting us know what skills you’ve got. (Currently only accepting UK based applicants for now.) Be sure to subscribe using your podcast software of choice to get every episode automatically downloaded to your device. Visit www.RustyQuill.com/subscribe for quick and easy links. It’s more convenient for you and really helps us out. Like what you’re hearing? Let us know: Tweet us at @theRustyQuill, drop us an email at mail@RustyQuill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at RustyQuill.com SFX today from bewagne via freesound.org For more information visit www.RustyQuill.com 
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Case #0100325 Statement of Andrea Nunis, regarding a series of encounters in the streets of Genoa, Italy Original statement given 25th March, 2010. … Today’s episode has been sponsored by Failbetter Games, so be sure to check out Fallen London at www.Failbettergames.com/RustyQuill for free actions! If you haven’t already, be sure to visit www.RustyQuill.com/subscribe in order to subscribe to us using your podcast software of choice and be sure to leave reviews online. If you want to get in touch with us, feel free to tweet us at @theRustyQuill, drop us an email at mail@RustyQuill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at RustyQuill.com. For more information visit www.RustyQuill.com 
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#0002202 Statement of Vincent Yang regarding his claimed imprisonment by Mikaele Salesa. Original statement given 22nd February 2000. Thank you to this week's patrons: A.L. Hade, Tim Ledsam, Kay, Kandria Sanchez, Rokk, Julie Saunders, Nate Cleveland, Rhys Lawton, Sam Gregge, Ash Pile If you'd also like to support us, head to www.patreon.com/rustyquill Sound effects for this episode provided by previously credited artists via freesound.org. You can subscribe to this podcast using your podcast software of choice, or by visiting www.rustyquill.com/subscribe. Please rate and review on iTunes, it really helps us to spread the podcast to new listeners, so share the fear! If you want to get in touch with us, feel free to tweet us at @therustyquill, drop us an email at mail@rustyquill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at rustyquill.com. 
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Iron Gate: An American soldier takes over an empty house in Baghdad and encounters the one threat he is powerless against.
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Dan gets a mysterious invitation to a dinner party and wins a bean counting contest and an ugly lamp that somebody wants badly. Support the show monthly at patreon.greatdetectives.net Support the show on a one-time basis at http://support.greatdetectives.net. Mail a donation to: Adam Graham, PO Box 15913, Boise, Idaho 83715 Read more ...
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Case #0110201 Statement of Carlita Sloane, regarding her work on a container ship travelling from Southampton to Porto do Itaqui. … If you have any questions for writer/narrator Jonathan Sims or the rest of the team at Rusty Quill visit our forums at www.RustyQuill.com and post it to the dedicated thread. We will be hosting an interview at the end of season one and all the best questions will be read on the recording! Also, Rusty Quill is expanding! If you would be interested in joining our team and working with us to make new and excellent content, send us an email to mail@RustyQuill.com, letting us know what skills you’ve got. (Currently only accepting UK based applicants for now.) Be sure to subscribe using your podcast software of choice to get every episode automatically downloaded to your device. Visit www.RustyQuill.com/subscribe for quick and easy links. It’s more convenient for you and really helps us out. Like what you’re hearing? Let us know: Tweet us at @theRustyQuill, drop us an email at mail@RustyQuill.com or comment on our dedicated Forums available at RustyQuill.com SFX today from bewagne via freesound.org For more information visit www.RustyQuill.com 
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Case #0170708 Unknown. Content Warnings for this episode are at the end of the show notes. Thanks to this week's Patrons: Mr. Martin Spider, Sarah Elizabeth Solbrig, Gordon Aitken, Anjanette Schussler, Fadingleburg, Cody Watson, Elizabeth Beale.   If you'd like to support us, head to www.patreon.com/rustyquill Edited this week by Alexander J Newall. Performances: - "The Archivist" - Jonathan Sims - "Basira Hussain" - Frank Voss - "Alice 'Daisy' Tonner" - Fay Roberts - "Tim Stoker" - Mike LeBeau - "Nicola Orsinov" - Jessica Law - "Sarah Baldwin" - Alice Adzowa - "Breekon" - Martin Corcoran - "Hope" - Steve Violich Additional voices from Sue Sims and Paul Sims Sound effects this week by IanStarGem, bennychico11, UOregonCinemaStudies, EFlexTheSoundDesigner, JoelAudio, cliftonmcarlson, leonelmail, Slave2theLight, Werra, dheming, jjhouse4, j1987, zimbot & previously credited artists via freesound.org. Check out our merchandise at https://www.redbubble.com/people/rustyquill/collections/708982-the-magnus-archives-s1 You can subscribe to this podcast using your podcast software of choice, or by visiting www.rustyquill.com/subscribe Please rate and review on your software of choice, it really helps us to spread the podcast to new listeners, so share the fear. Content Warning for: -   direct violence -   explosive violence -   mental instability -   emotional cruelty -   undead 
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Our friend Michael Ian Black is back to host a twofer Too Hot For Radio episode. First up is actor K. Todd Freeman reading“Pregnant with Peanut Butter” by Michael Czyniejewski. Czyniejewski is the author of three story collections, including Our Bedroom and I Will Love You for the Rest of My Life: Breakup Stories. Performing this story is an actor known for everything from multiple appearances on Broadway to Buffy the Vampire SlayertoA Series of Unfortunate Events.  Elizabeth Crane is the author of our second story, the unusual and funny “Colonel Sanders Has a Choice (Lives His Best Life)." Crane has written six books including the novel The History of Great Things and the story collection Turf. Our performer is the multi-hyphenate Busy Phillips, who acted in TV shows such as Freaks & Geeks and had her own late-night show Busy Tonight.  Stay tuned at the end of the show for a great talk between Michael and Elizabeth discussing the origins of her story and her outlook on life.
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#0150806 Statement of Lydia Halligan regarding her insomnia. Original statement given 8th June 2015. Thanks to this week's Patrons: Zach, Lawrence Allen, Bob Hundertmark, Cassandra Berry, Grant Lindley, Alexandra Spouse, Alexander Linde Nielsen, Sarah Mehra, Alexis Arendt, Martyn/I, Ben Am Very Smelly If you'd like to support us, head to www.patreon.com/rustyquill Sound effects for this episode provided by previously credited artists via freesound.org. Check out our merchandise at https://www.redbubble.com/people/rustyquill/collections/708982-the-magnus-archives-s1 You can subscribe to this podcast using your podcast software of choice, or by visiting www.rustyquill.com/subscribe. Please rate and review on iTunes, it really helps us to spread the podcast to new listeners, so share the fear. 
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Stories: "Indonesian Ghost Show" - When a TV crew shows up to film a ghost show their disrespect angers the gods. "Daikon" - Susan's dog Daikon kept giving signs that an intruder was haunting her old Victorian in New Orleans. Then one night in October, the intruder crossed the line.
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https://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/archive.org/download/rr32020/TheHorror972.mp3 A story from Beyond Midnight on this week's episode of The Horror. We'll hear The Jokester, first broadcast on July 18, 1969. Download TheHorror972
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