We return to a place you should already have forgotten (and we know if you haven’t) in our eerie, time-twisting tale for the 2017 holiday season.
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Producers for this show: Heather, Jenna, Achija of Spellbound Bookbinding, Corvus, Khristopher, Ye Olde Magic Shoppe, Raven Dark Moon, Little Wren, J.C., Mandy, Josette, Jen Rue of Rue & Hyssop, Catherine, AthenaBeth, Cynara at The Auburn Skye, Victoria, Johnathan at the ModernSouthernPolytheist, Montine, Regina, Hazel, Michael, Patrick, & Sherry (if we missed you this episode, we’ll make sure you’re in the next one!). Big thanks to everyone supporting us!
Firstly, if you haven’t ever heard of a little place called NIGHT VALE, then you should definitely pay that peculiar little town a visit (especially since our episode is done as a loving homage and parody of that town’s radio broadcasts).
Also, if you’ve not been here before, you may want to listen to the episodes about “The Visitor” and “Ice Cream” before hearing this one. We can’t promise it will help anything make sense (what does in this crazy, mixed-up, soul-eviscerating world?), but at least you get to hear more of Laine’s tourism director voice that way.
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Promos & Music
Our Sports segment is “Feast of Krampus,” by S.J. Tucker, used with artist permission.
Incidenta Music: “O Come O Come Emmanuel” and “Silent Night” (Mystery Mammal – Magnatune); “Stille Nacht” (Ralph Rousseau Meulenbroeks – Magnatune); “Winter’s Ritual” and “Treachery is Afoot” (S.J. Tucker)