Episode 113: The Troop by Harris Tobias

Produced and narrated by Tobias Queen, Harris Tobias brings us “The Troop,” a tale about a sole human survivor on an alien planet, and his attempts to co-exist with the native creatures there.
outtakes
Afterward, Tobias Outfield and Big Tobias talk a bit about story production, a Dunesteef tribute folk song, as well as plugging their work elsewhere. Tobias!

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Related Links:
Harris Tobias’s Site
Greer Agency by Harris Tobias
A Felony Of Birds by Harris Tobias
Tobias Queen’s Site
Melissa Hills on Dribblecast Diet Plan and Red Spots On White Snow
Killing Merwin Remis at Pseudopod
Rish’s Story at Horror Addicts
Nick Carter’s Jam Don’t Shake
Art was by permission of Christian Leon
Music was by Kevin MacLeod at Incompetech.
Some sound effects were provided by freesound.org.
Creative Commons License
This work is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License

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3 Responses to “Episode 113: The Troop by Harris Tobias”

  1. Great show! :)
    As far as HorrorAddicts.net, yes… the listeners got to choose who won. The winner will be announced on the next episode of HorrorAddicts.net #70 airing 10/13/11. Good luck Rish!!!
    Rish, your story is awesome and can be replayed on your cast if you wish (now that the contest is over). I think your listeners would really dig it. If you’d like the audio with me & Heather reviewing it, just let me know.
    Also, sorry about the autoplay on the site, but 75% of our fans listen on their phones during traffic and when I took off the auto play I got tons of complaints from our regulars. :(
    I enjoyed your show. :)
    ~Emz

  2. I read this and Rish’s story “Friends in Paradise”, but I feel like I can’t comment, because there’s no point in identifying what you like about something if you aren’t allowed to say what you didn’t like about it; you can’t really ask people to just show their appreciation – either they’re supposed to discuss the stories or they aren’t, there’s no in between.

  3. Cambodia Carl Says:

    Is that true? Wow, someone’s an asshole, up to you to decide who.

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