Episode 111: All The Cool Monsters At Once by James Alan Gardner

It starts with Ogopogo. Then, the floodgates are opened, and a deluge of monsters from all parts of Canada appear, heading for…Winnipeg? What will Canada do?

Afterward, Big talks respectfully about Canada. Rish does not. And do the Dunesteef hosts believe in such things as Ogopogo, Sasquatches, and Manipogo?

Special thanks to Marshal Latham for producing today’s story, and Wilson Fowlie, L. “Scribe” Harris, and Marshal Latham for lending their voices to today’s episode. Outtakes

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Related Links:
James Alan Gardner’s site
Journey Into… Podcast
Marshal Latham’s Swamp Stories
Marshal Latham’s Blog
Wilson Fowlie’s Site
L. “Scribe” Harris’s site
Music was March of Strangers by STEK FDD, and At Launch, Monster Promenade, One-eyed Maestro, Tenebrous Brothers Carnival – Snake Lady, Tenebrous Brothers Carnival – Mermaid, Tenebrous Brothers Carnival – Act One, and Tenebrous Brothers Carnival – Intermission by Kevin MacLeod
Some sound effects were provided by freesound.org.
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2 Responses to “Episode 111: All The Cool Monsters At Once by James Alan Gardner”

  1. Peter Lanado Says:

    Over the past year I found myself enjoying the automatic downloads of your podcasts and time spent listening to them, at least once.

    However, after finding myself chortling along and listening to episode 111 (especially ‘All the Cool Monsters at Once’ by Mr Gardner) for the fourth time in as many hours, I have come to the conclusion that you, Sirs, are unscrupulous literary pushers.

    Pushers pushing stories that will change the perceptions and moods of those listeners unfortunate enough to be vilely enmeshed in your aural cocoon of pleasantness.

    Er, when is episode 112 due?

  2. I know this is woefully out of date, but I need to tell you: out of sympathy for your Canadian listeners, please do some auditory research into the French Canadian accent! LeBlanc’s accent was painfully Parisian — no french Canadian sounds REMOTELY like that. It made an otherwise awesome story difficult to listen to.

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