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77.2 Darling Johnny
Today’s episode has been sponsored by Luke Kondor and his new absurd comedy novel, My Dog Shits Cash.
He’s running a small crowdfunding campaign to produce a limited hardcover edition along with the audio adaptation.
'At the turn of the century, a doctor at a private facility finds himself treating a patient with a bizarre nightly delusion...'
Written by Georgia Cook (https://twitter.com/georgiacooked)
Narrated by Josh Curran (https://twitter.com/jcurranwriter)
Edited by Karl Hughes (https://twitter.com/karlhughes)
With music by Velleitie (https://velleitie.us/)
And Thom Robson (https://www.thomrobsonmusic.com/)
The episode illustration was provided by Luke Spooner of Carrion House (https://carrionhouse.com/)
And sound effects provided by Freesound.org
A quick thanks to our community managers, Joshua Boucher and Jasmine Arch
And Carolyn O'Brien for helping with our submission reading.
And to Ben Errington for travelling back in time and saving Social Connors from the content-terminator, and ensuring humanity is saved… and also social media.
Georgia Cook is an illustrator and writer from London. She can be found on twitter at @georgiacooked and on her website at https://www.georgiacookwriter.com/
Josh Curran is a narrator and writer. He has narrated many episodes of The Other Stories over the show’s lifetime. He is also the creator of the horror Audio-Drama podcast, Miscreation. You can follow him on twitter, @jcurranwriter
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