Sunday, December 17, 2006

Episode 32: The Man Who Loved Children

Tis the season for The Man Who Loved Children. I hope you enjoy, despite the fact that I sound like a bullfrog in this one. I'm not going to let some freaking microscopic bug prevent me from spreading my particular version of goodwill to man.

Thanks so much to Kari for her rendition of the opening poem! I think those of you of the male persuasion are going to enjoy this one. Or maybe I'm just a horndog.

Also, as a public service announcement to the horror junkies in my audience, I mention a site called Fearnet. Free movies and a pretty cool community of horror lovers to be found here. No money exchanged hands for this mention, but I think it's pretty cool, and wanted to share.

I hope you all have a safe and happy holiday season! Thanks for listening.


Blogger Jon said...

Hey Russell its Jon from Australia. Love your work mate.

I think the link you've posted here is to last fortnights story.


6:38 PM, December 17, 2006  
Blogger rlburt said...

Thanks for the catch, Jon! I have corrected the link now. I really appreciate you letting me know so quickly, too. I hope you enjoy!


6:46 PM, December 17, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for this lovely tale, so well related to the season.Now, besides clowns, now I'll be starting to fear Santa Claus!

I wish you and your family a merry christmas.

Lisbon, Portugal

PS: What about a special show dedicated to the scariest moments of your listener's lives? You may get some interesting feedback, who knows?

4:20 PM, December 18, 2006  
Blogger rlburt said...

Merry Christmas to you and yours, too, Antonio! You don't have to worry too much about old St. Nick. Just don't drink, smoke, or listen to twisted stuff on the internet... oops! Run! Run now!

Thanks for the suggestion, too. I'm all about having listeners participate in the show. That's why I invite anyone who would like to send in their version of the poem to do so. Hmm... perhaps I can invite you guys to give some feedback on the matter. I'll be sure to mention it on the next show.

6:46 PM, December 18, 2006  
Anonymous Laieanna said...

Eeek! You sound awful! I'm getting a substitute if I get sick. Gotta make the hubby contribute in some way to my podcast. =) I'll just make sure it's a chick part. Muhahahaha..

Nice creepy story for the holidays. Alas, I had my own, but I'm so slow I'll never write it. Guess I'll just stick to the lighthearted stuff.

Merry Christmas to you and your family. Enjoy watching your child open gifts. I know that gives you guys the most joy during the seaon.


11:20 PM, December 19, 2006  
Blogger Ms.Karii said...

Amazing story Russell! Thanks for using my intro, so glad you liked it. I played this podcast for my friends yesterday and they loved the story as well.

7:10 PM, December 20, 2006  
Blogger rlburt said...

Laieanna, believe me, I was going to force Kelly to read this for me, but she was sick as well. Maybe I should have sent it to you and made YOU read it for me...

Kari, I loved the intro, thank you for going to the trouble of doing it! And thanks for sharing with your friends, I always love to hear that!

6:53 PM, December 21, 2006  
Anonymous dave wilson said...

Great story man! This was my first so I'm giong backwards through your archives. Definitely reminds me of Lovecraft the way you let the reader draw their own morbid conclusions. It's only as sick as the reader's mind (which in my case is pretty sick ;-)Anyway, I've been looking forward to reading more of your stuff. I ordered "revelations" today. Love the cover.
My best to the family,

9:12 PM, December 23, 2006  
Blogger Ing said...

Dude, this was such a way cool, scary story! Dude! It was so great! I hope you are feeling better! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Dude, you are so freakin talented!

ing :)

11:06 PM, December 27, 2006  

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