Sunday, July 08, 2007

Episode 46: The Hole

The Hole is now available for download. I hope you enjoy!

Our creepy introduction for this episode comes courtesy of Jody and Chris. Thank you so much!

And a huge THANK YOU goes out as well to all of you who gave feedback on the last episode as to what type of horror story you'd like to see next. Your wish is my command- and will be for the next two episodes as well.

Listen right from the web here:


Anonymous Anonymous said...

OMG A Chris and Tommy origin story? Too awesome!

5:58 PM, July 08, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

That reminds me. Yeah psychos are my thing [damn you horror movies]but no need to be forced to write one Mr. Burt.

You took a hesistance to Garbage Day and I'd hate to disturb alot of people by having them dip their toes into my dark seas of horror.

6:12 PM, July 08, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi! I really enjoyed this story - more for Tommy and Chris than even the "eldritch horror that should never be named," (if I said that exactly right!)

Any type of story you do is all right with me as I like them all. But I will admit that Tommy and Chris are my faves.
Keep up the good work!

Laura S

10:32 AM, July 12, 2007  
Anonymous Jon said...

Clicked the download link and started doing something else. I forgot it was downloading and it started playing. That intro scared the crap out of me!

Great story by the way.

8:02 PM, July 16, 2007  
Blogger KnitWitch said...

I loved being introduced to Tommy & Chris as kids, although when I was listening it did creep me out a bit... I was mowing the lawn with my headphones on and suddenly the "rabbit hole" in the yard seemed to be someplace to be avoided.

10:40 AM, July 30, 2007  
Blogger LadyWyllow said...

Diggin the whole Chris and Tommy as kids, man very cool!

I do have to bust your chops with the fact that I called you Stephen King's illegitimate love child on my myspace bulletin! I see the influence with Chris and Tommy and the fact that I heard a couple of stories with Rising Creek as the backdrop. Don't care! Love it and it helps with the familiarity of the podcast, almost like a TV show you can't wait to get back to!

Keep it up, I'm hooked!!

Heather G.

1:48 AM, July 31, 2007  

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