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Today is 11th Hour Audio Challenge founder, Monique Boudreau’s birthday.  To celebrate, we have a delicious selection of brains… A delightful array of brains…  The freshest brains… Happy birthday, my love! Emcee played by Owen McCuen Music and Lyrics by Matthew Boudreau Arranged and performed by Javert and Matthew Boudreau Thanks to Avi Ziv and Owen McCuen for their help on this side project.
Hal’s freed himself from the retail grind, and acquired the stereo system of his dreams. Now he’ll get back at everyone who ever doubted his audiophonic genius, especially Kathy. He’s going to play the one hit by the rarest, hippest band in America on his podcast, to conjure up ancient vibrations. It’s a listening experience that could rock your face off. Hal Akers is played by Owen McCuen. Kathy Sulivan is played by Tarn Perly. Cindy Holzer is sung by Jill Knapp. The 911 Dispatcher is played by Vincent Friel. “The Goat” was written by Vincent Friel. Lyrics by Lindsay Harris Friel. All other music was written and performed by Vincent Friel. The Audiophile was written and produced by Lindsay Harris Friel and Vincent Friel, inspired by The Whisperer In Darkness by H. P. Lovecraft.
A man on his quest for freedom down the Rua Diablo walks the thin line between the dead and the undead. Written by Brian Holcomb Dialogue editing and sound design by Glenn Mercer Additional sound design, mixing and post production by Owen McCuen Music by James Ieraci Cover art by Romain Lehnhoff Cast: John Boggi as Nikos Glenn Mercer as McCord Carlos Barrera as Calderon Owen McCuen as the General Janine Gilbert as Marisol
England, late 1990s – He has been in love with Lucy for as long as he can remember, and now might be the last time to tell her. Yet as he talks to her at the lake, a shadow starts to take shape on the other side. Is it a trick of the light, a ghost or something else? Something that’s been waiting for him for a long time. Written by Richard H. Brooks Directed and Produced by Matthew Boudreau Music by Dayn Leonardson Cast Jonny Glasgow – Narrator Tarn Perly – Lucy Mark Maxwell – Me
Written and Directed by Rachel Pulliam A compassionate activity specialist at a Memory Care Center grows concerned when her favorite resident, a former children’s author, begins acting erratic towards her, but not to her new quirky and mysterious co-worker. “Reminisce With Me” was a collaborative project with Bell’s in the Batfry, Darker Projects, Dayton Writers Movement, Firewall Theatre, Narada Radio Company, and Old Souls Audio. Featuring the voice talents of: Colette Feehan as Melinda Karim Kronfli as Eli Hannah Mauvis as the Little girl Delaney Brittingham as The Sister Erica Allseitz as Rose Margaret Ashley as Gabrielle Thea Solone as the Standard Error Recording Pete Lutz as Emerson Campbell John Bell as Announcer Story: Rachel Pulliam Sound Design and Mix: MJ Cogburn Original Music: Katharine Seaton Additional Music by: Kevin MacLeod and Story Blocks
Written and Directed by Faith McQuinn It’s 1970 in Southern California. Pamela, trying to get to a concert in Berkley, thumbs a ride with Janice, a mysterious woman who might hold more secrets than Pamela can handle. Fun fact: “Highway Chile” is the title of a Jimi Hendrix track from the album War Heroes (1972) Highway Chile was a collaborative project with Observer Pictures, Shhh Jus’ Listen Media, and Mermaid-Lion Entertainment Featuring the voices of Xperience Jay as Pamela Angel Sand as Janice Christina Cain as Angie and Joshua Suhy as the radio announcer Story by Faith McQuinn, Xperience Jay, and Angel Sand Sound Design and Mix by Joshua Suhy Original Music by Katherine Seaton
Thank you for listening to “Another Bad Night,” part of the 11th Hour Audio Challenge. Written by Adam Blanford Directed by Vincent King and Adam Blanford Featuring the voice talents of: Abby Rose as Melody Melissa Medina as Paige Adam Blanford as Riley Kassandra Cherry as Gainer Charlotte Norup as Phillips Rissa M. as Angel Persephone Rose as Seraphim #1 Sheila Morris (?) as Seraphim #2 Jesse Keeton as Zombie Vincent King as Lizard Man Kaitlyn Kliman as Devil Girl Karin Heimdahl as Mummy Paul Cotton as Vampire Brian Anderson as Maniac Steve Schneider as Cowboy and a collection of random dog recordings as Rufus Sound Effects were provided by Freesound.org Music provided by Kevin Macleod at incompetech.com. Another Bad Night, a collaboration between the Breakaway Network, Postal Roach, the Y2K podcast, and Hail and Well Met. Have a happy and safe Halloween, and don’t take any wooden nickels or demonic daggers. Thanks again for listening.
On discovering a Ouija board engraved into a family heirloom, Flick is determined to claim her lost inheritance, no matter the cost. Written and directed by Fiona Thraille featured Emily Snyder as Flick Draco Aleksander as Neil Sascha Cooper as Gemma Fiona Thraille as Donna Karim Kronfli as Tomas Emmett Moon as Matt and Pete Lutz as the announcer The Dialogue Editor was Gavin Byrne Sound Design and Production by Andrew Wardlaw Upstairs Upstairs was produced for The 11th Hour Production Challenge 2020.
A married couple go house-hunting and the husband finds the perfect basement for a sound booth. Silly voice actor. What he finds there is an energy that reverberates through time. Are you listening? Written and directed by Owen McCuen. Original score composed by Tom Rory Parsons. Co-produced by Owen McCuen and Tom Rory Parsons. Cast: Rachel McCuen as the Wife. Owen McCuen as the Husband. Rachel Pulliam as Sibling on the stairs. Matthew Pulliam as Sibling on the stairs. Agnes McCuen as Sister. Eloise McCuen as Sister. Featuring the voice of Brian Holcomb in an excerpt from The Timekeeper
How To Play the Elevator Game: 1. Enter the elevator alone. 2. Proceed to the fourth floor. 3. Descend to the second floor. 4. Proceed to the sixth floor. 5. Return to the second floor. 6. Ascend to the tenth floor. 7. Return to the fifth floor. A young woman may enter the elevator here. Do not look at her or talk to her, whatever she does. 8. Press the button for the first floor. – If the elevator descends to the first floor, exit immediately. Do not look back or speak. – If the elevator starts to go up, it’s going to the Other World. No one will be on the tenth floor. The power might be out. The sky will be darker, with a red cross in the distance… But what happens after you exit the elevator? Written by Chris Burnside Featuring: Lowri Ann Davies as Carys Hannah Preisinger as The Agent Joe Bence as The Guard April Sumner as The Elevator Initial dialogue edit by Rachel Pulliam Sound design by Fiona Thraille Music, mix and additional editing/SFX by Katharine Seaton Artwork by Kessi Riliniki Customs is a collaborative project with Dashing Onions, Dayton Writers Movement, Old Souls Audio and Wonky Salamander. This is a work of fiction. Any resemblance to real people, places, or events is entirely coincidental.

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