The Devil’s In The Details Ep1

“Trick or Treat…” How far are you willing to take it? In this story, what starts as Halloween fun and the ring of a doorbell ends up in an abandoned mall… or… is it? We hope you enjoy Episode 1 of our original radio play “The Devil Is In The Details”, with Pappy Hondo, Tom […]

Tourist Leather

A “skeleton crew” of the Firehouse Follies perform a new radio theater piece called “Tourist Leather”, written by Tom Trent. The cast includes Tom Trent, Hondo Thompson, Becky Stapf, Suzette Weakley, and sound effects from Chuck Wills.

The Waterspout

The Waterspout is an original radio theater piece written by Suzette Weakley and performed by The Unusual Suspects radio acting troupe, with Hondo Thompson, Scrapper Blackwell, Becky Stapf, and Suzette Weakley, with sound effects and engineering by Chuck Wills.


Debbie Bowden reads her original science fiction story “Slugs”

The Swamp Witch

Hondo Thompson tells the story of The Swamp Witch

Southern Gothic

A “skeleton crew” of the Firehouse Follies perform a new radio theater piece called “Southern Gothic”.

What’s He Building In There?

Performed by Hondo Thompson with sound effects by Chuck Wills

Woodland Tech

We’re just past the peak of fall color. On my hilltop, the hues of crimson and chartreuse are giving way to dusky birch bark and the smell of downed leaves. On a morning hike there’s a satisfying crunch of leaves underfoot. Close your eyes and it could be today, or some version of today 200 […]

Iced Coffee

It all started with a cup of coffee. Here in the wilds of Brown County, it’s mid-winter, and the weather has been on the colder side of miserable. When it’s below zero with ice and snow shin-deep, it’s that cup of coffee that keeps my wife fueled, thawed and happy. And on this particular day […]

Christmas Star

On December 21st, the evening of the winter solstice, Teresa and I wanted to see the Great Conjunction. The astronomical event where Jupiter and Saturn line up to make an impressive light in the night sky. While technically planets, many were calling it The Christmas Star. Around sunset that evening we realized that we wouldn’t […]

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