Episode 143: The Templar by Edward McKeown

Templar

Jeremy Leclerc is a Knight Templar. In his journeys, he’s encountered many supernatural beings, some friendly, some less-than-friendly. But now, women have been disappearing throughout Charlotte because of a hideous, soul-sucking creature. Has he met his match this time?

Afterward, Big and Rish talk about proper pronunciation of words versus saying things the cool-sounding way, French accents and their ability or lack of ability to scare away listeners, and what stuff we might have prepared for you in the future on the podcast.

Special thanks to Bryan Lincoln for producing the episode and to Starla Huchton, Kathryn Pride, L. “Scribe” Harris, and Kathy Bowler lending their voices to the tale, as well as Michael Church for the art.

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Related Links:

Edward McKeown’s Jeremy LeClerc Story Collection on Amazon
Bryan Lincoln’s Fullcast Podcast
Starla Huchton’s Site
Kathryn Pride’s Site
L. “Scribe” Harris’s Pendragon Variety Podcast
Music was Waiting by Freaky Clean.
Some sound effects are courtesy of the Freesound Project.
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3 Responses to “Episode 143: The Templar by Edward McKeown”

  1. I loved the job done by the ladies on this one. Shadowheart was very well voiced but Debbie Middleton was perfect!

  2. Recently discovered your podcast and, though I’ve only heard a few, I’ve enjoyed them immensely. It’s great to see fiction enthusiasts sharing their love of the short story in a creative and well made format. Thanks for doing what you do!

  3. Oh, and ‘Debbie’ was absolutely brilliant!

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