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Episode 81 – “Nothing in the Dark”

Death is the dark unknown, and to Wanda Dunn, an aged woman living alone in an aged tenement, it is the all-encompassing object of her fear. Wanda is each of us, though we may very well feel that we can … Continue reading

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Episode 58 – “Long-Distance Call”

Billy, a five year old boy, is given toy telephone by his adoring grandmother on his birthday, days before she dies. She tells him that the phone is for the exclusive communication between the two of them. After her death, … Continue reading

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Episode 24 – “Long Live Walter Jameson”

“It’s death that gives this world its point.” So asserts Walter Jameson, and he should know. Somehow, thousands of years ago, he achieved the ability to not age. He’s not a superman. He could succumb to an accident  or possibly … Continue reading

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Episode 6 “Escape Clause”

Walter Bedeker is a misogynist, a hypochondriac, and a self-centered fool. He’s pre-occupied by the inevitability of his death, even though he is clearly not ill. “Why does a man have to die? The world goes on for millions of years…why does … Continue reading

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