Season 1, Ep. 19
A woman grapples with the mysterious murder of her husband in their Denver home. All the doors were locked from inside, there is no sign of break-in, but her husband lies there, stabbed to death. The murder haunts the house, already a place of mourning after their son Anthony did not return from World War II. As a local detective struggles to pry apart the puzzle of the murder, Helen begins to see a ghost in her dead son's room. The killing isn't over.
A fictional story inspired by historical events.
Writers: C.Avery & Maggie Milstein
Voice: Lauryn Allman
Audio: Dominic Gozo & Thomas Curry
Sonya Golden Hand
Season 1, Ep. 20
When the great Russian writer Anton Chekov visits the penal colony on the remote island of Sakhalin in 1890, he is astonished to learn that they’re holding a famous prisoner—Sonya Golden Hand. He finds the legendary con-artist in solitary confinement, her legs clamped in iron chains. Chekhov kneels down beside her on the filthy prison floor. Tell me the story of how you ended up in chains...A fictional story inspired by historical events.Writer: Michael LaPointeVoice: Olga KurylenkoAudio: Dominic Gozo
Season 1, Ep. 18
For Maeve DuVally, coming out as transgender in a corporate America was a journey of self-discovery that required her to hit rock bottom before she came out on top. This is her story. Journalist: Pamela RyckmanVoice: Jamie ClaytonAudio: Natalia Rodriguez & Dominic Gozo
Season 1, Ep. 17
Narrated by Steve Buscemi, this is the story of Gosnell Duncan and the silicone dildo. After suffering a work-related accident, Caribbean-born Gosnell Duncan was paralyzed from the waist down. An engineer by trade, and determined not to let his disability come between him and the love of his life, Angela, Gosnell poured his knowledge and energy into crafting a new invention from his Brooklyn basement: the world’s first silicone dildo. His invention was intended for others too; specifically, he sought to bring pleasure to people with disabilities. Letters would come from all over the country with specific requests for his custom-made sex toys - letters telling Gosnell intimate secrets and hoping he could help. Despite many obstacles — including laws that could send him to prison just for advertising his products — Gosnell changed the world, one dick at a time. This story brings overdue recognition for an inventor like no other.Journalist: Hallie LiebermanVoice: Steve BuscemiProduction: Christopher Hooton