Sunday, October 21, 2007

Episode 52: The Exhibit

Today I invite you to come along with me to The Exhibit. I hope you enjoy the show!

Our introduction for this episode was performed by Ian Sim. You can find the sound effects he used at the Free Sound Project. Awesome work, Ian, thank you! Remember, your own rendition of the introductory poem is always welcome here.

As always, I love it when you let me know what you thought of the show by using the comments link below. Links to everything else you might want to do are over there on the right side of the page, and here is a handy-dandy web player for this episode:


Anonymous Anonymous said...

Outstanding story. Very Creepy. I love the narrative choice.

Kevin Anderson

1:03 PM, October 22, 2007  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nice one. One of your best.


6:42 PM, October 22, 2007  
Blogger KnitWitch said...

Truly creepy! In the end I was very glad that the character didn't describe those last pictures...

12:41 PM, October 30, 2007  
Blogger LadyWyllow said...

ok am i truly screwed up that i wanted to "see" the paintings? I especially wanted to see the one that caused him to upchuck, lol.

Great one and yeah pretty creepy!

Keep em comin', I'll keep listenin'!

Heather G.

1:39 AM, November 02, 2007  
Blogger The Red Chef said...

Interesting narrative choice, and a creepy topic at that. It reminded me of the exhibit traveling around now that is composed of cadaver's in various poses and in various states of being cut up only taken up a couple of notches in your story.

1:29 AM, November 03, 2007  
Anonymous Matt said...

Awesome story man. Just one question, while i was listening i caught that they called the artist Pickmann. Was that a lovecraftian reference? the only reason ive put two and two together was the paintings.

1:23 AM, November 04, 2007  
Blogger rlburt said...

It absolutely was Matt. Great catch! This story was a nod to Lovecraft's story "Pickman's Model."


10:42 AM, November 04, 2007  
Blogger Dave said...

I was about to say the same thing. I love the Pickman's Model reference.

10:19 PM, November 04, 2007  
Anonymous Tiki Shark said...

Freaking Awesome!
Pickman -updated. Nice!

Wow - am an artist, and I guess I may have too visual an imagination - cause that really creeped me out big time! Yikes! That story might have been the most disturbing thing I've run across on the net so far....

Thanks for the great story!

9:28 PM, December 28, 2007  

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