Episode 59: Walking After Midnight by C.S. Fuqua

Jeremiah’s son died twenty years ago, his wife died years ago too. But as he drives home on a winter evening, he sees a man on the side of the road, hitchhiking. The man looks familiar…too familiar.

Also, Rish and Big talk about the power of songs when used in other media, Rish talks about times songs have been ruined, and Big talks about music appreciation. Or something, I wasn’t really paying attention. outtake

Special thanks to Julie Hoverson for lending her voice to today’s episode.

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Related Links:
C.S. Fuqua’s Site
19 Nocturne Boulevard
Some sound effects on this episode are from Freesound.org
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8 Responses to “Episode 59: Walking After Midnight by C.S. Fuqua”

  1. I really enjoyed this story. I like how the present is told in past tense and the past is told in the present. Contemporary ghost stories make me happy.

    When I hear Carmen, and I’m showing my age here, I think of the Hamlet episode of Gilligan’s Island, one of the best.

    Other than that, Everything I Learned About Opera I Learned From Bugs Bunny… “What do you want with a waaaaabit? Can’t you see that I’m much sweetah? Iiiiii’m your little senorita….”

  2. Actually, that “Gilligan’s Island” episode was my first exposure to “Hamlet,” and maybe Shakespeare in general. Whenever I hear “To thine own self be true,” I think of Skipper singing it to Gilligan, all these decades later.

  3. You all did a wonderful job with this story. Excellent production, but that’s the norm for you!

  4. I like your singing Rish. In fact, I think you should do a musical episode ala Scrubs.

  5. Cambodia Carl Says:

    Rish, I think you should do an episode that’s actually funny, ala Scrubs.

    Just kidding, guys. I don’t watch “Scrubs.”

  6. I liked it, & the Pseudopod one as well. Patsy Cline, songs you may know: Crazy; your cheatin’ heart; sweet dreams; lonely heart

  7. My first episode from you guys, and I was hooked.

    Now I spend my evenings downloading and my work hours listening.

    I have no life…

    OH, and to “Bob Weber” above, are you bobjester?

  8. Nope, not bobjester

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