June 16, 2020
Recorded live at the 2020 Livestream for the Cure charity podcasting marathon, it's "Terran Treachery Trips Luna" from the January, 1952 issue of Fantastic Adventures magazine! This almost alliterative tale of lunar diamond madness has spacesuits and flare guns and wagons with tongues and proves the moon truly is a harsh mistress (but not the fun kind).
NOTE ON SOUND: This was a live telethon so some of the theme music is a little low in the mix (don't worry, it's only the music). You will also hear occasional loud noises announcing donations throughout the segment. Sorry about that but we love to help raise money for cancer research!
You will also sometimes hear Nick from the Epic Film Guys podcast, who, along with some other great podcasters, created the entire event and raised over $15,000 for the Cancer Research Institute. It's a terrific org, a fantastic event, and he's a pretty swell dude. Listen to Epic Film Guys wherever you listen to podcasts or learn more at http://www.epicfilmguys.com/.
Stuck at home with nothing to do but listen to podcasts? You can still listen to our comedy/sci-fi audio drama series, Parasitecology! It's got aliens, spaceships, work happy hours of doom, trips to the supermarket, and a fugitive alien brain parasite named Cher. It's a whole lot of story in 14 episodes with each about 25 minutes long. Perfect for binging! To learn more about Parasitecology, visit our website https://ohthehumanity.com or search in any podcatcher. We've gotten some nice feedback and would love to hear from you after you hear from us.
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