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#26 2015-10-25 01:46:11

ylvs
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Re: Wolfshade's Podcast Booth

Firsfron of Ronchester wrote:

It's just a podcast. I just meant 'showed' as in she played an episode for me on my car stereo while we drove to a bonfire festival.

Ah, understood. I listened to the first two eps last night and found it interesting and weird enough to give it a serious try.

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#27 2017-04-28 07:16:38

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Re: Wolfshade's Podcast Booth

Marian mentioned S-town in the Mint a while ago. I had downloaded it already but only now am through listening to all of it. I also highly recommend it. And be sure to listen to at least three episodes. It becomes more interesting the farther it goes.

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#28 2017-08-09 06:54:36

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Re: Wolfshade's Podcast Booth

I'm really, really bad at listening to podcasts. I keep finding ones I like, then I try to catch up on prior episodes, so I fall behind on current stuff... it's a terrible cycle.

But I recently discovered The NoSleep Podcast. If you've ever been on/around Reddit, it's based on their NoSleep subreddit, which is a place to publish horror stories written as "true, real life experiences." So it seems a fair amount, of the ones I've read at least, feel like they're written like a journal. I do enjoy horror stories, and the ones that are just barely supernatural / paranormal are, to me, some of the scariest.


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#29 2017-08-10 00:52:49

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Re: Wolfshade's Podcast Booth

I've been following the Vox podcasts -- The Weeds, The Ezra Klein Show, Worldly.


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