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Twice-monthly community updates for the small desert town of Night Vale, where every conspiracy theory is true. Turn on your radio and hide. Never listened before? It's an ongoing radio show. Start with the current episode, and you'll catch on in no time. Or, go right to Episode 1 if you wanna binge-listen.
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The Summer of Night Vale Presents, Part 2
This is the Summer of Night Vale Presents, a celebration and sampling of some of the shows across our network. This week, we hear from two of our newest fiction shows, Pounded In The Butt By My Own Podcast and It Makes A Sound. Plus, an update on Within the Wires Season 3.Within the Wires returns on September 4. Each season tells a new story in the same world, using a single set of found audio. Season One is a prison break / romance told entirely through relaxation tapes. Season Two is the mystery of a missing woman told through a decade’s worth of museum audio guides. Season Three, coming this September, is a political thriller told through dictaphone recordings to a secretary.Pounded In The Butt By My Own Podcast is our collaboration with celebrated author Chuck Tingle. Chuck’s short stories have entertained and aroused readers across the world, and we are excited to bring his stories to life with performances by celebrity guests like Cecil Baldwin, Mara Wilson, and Becca Blackwell. Whether you’re new to the Tingleverse or have lived there for years, this is the podcast about love that you never knew you needed.It Makes A Sound is the story of a woman named Deirdre who finds a cassette tape from 1992 in her attic. What follows is a surprising story about family, memory, and music that goes places that you don’t expect. Join her quest to make Rosemary Hills come back to life with the sound of music.Find out more about these shows, and all of the shows on our network, by visiting nightvalepresents.com.
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Comments (132)

Bryce Biswell

this is the best

Sep 14th
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Hayley Bright

Kevin sounds a lot like Gosh Gad (voice of Olaf from Frozen, played LeFou in the live-action Beauty and the Beast)

Sep 14th
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Danica Haines

it seems to be changing every episode between the barber and lean

Sep 12th
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Jen Janssens

the episode changed ...im not sure

Sep 11th
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Outtake fiend

just gonna say never listen to this with silence trimming it's hilarious

Sep 5th
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Danica Haines

it may just be my imagination but the first time I listened to it the ending had LeAnn Hart talking to Cecil about her newspaper and exploting people's fear

Sep 4th
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Danica Haines

Jon Bain exact same

Sep 12th
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Jon Bain

Danica Haines OMG, too strange. I was listening to the barber, when I had to stop. when I replayed, it was the newspaper journalist...

Sep 9th
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Alise_Lee

Kevin and I share the same view on pasta salad

Sep 3rd
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Alise_Lee

is it bad that I still hate Kevin with a passion, even tho I envy his sass

Sep 3rd
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Trash Panda

RIP racist apache tracker. You will be missed.

Sep 2nd
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Sam

yoo cecils voice is so loud wtf

Sep 1st
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Danni

Augh Desert Bluffs

Aug 28th
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cosmicprince

ok let's start Night Vale for the 5th consecutive time....

Aug 26th
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Trash Panda

Listening to Night Vale feels like solving a puzzle. You are constantly trying to piece things together, to figure out what is going on in this odd desert town. The pilot leaves you with questions, lines in your forehead, and a strange fondness for Cecil, who you just learned is the official host of the show. You quickly hit play on the next episode, and it's just as good as the first. You're astounded by the writing. You're formulating bizzare theories in your head because this world is just so weird. You can't help yourself. You haven't been this curious in many years. So you keep playing. As a listener, you are rewarded with excitement when you find an allusion to a previous episode. You get the weird satisfaction of having a shaky understanding of what the host is talking about. Despite the characters being incomprehensible and alien, you feel attached to them as people. This podcast is the embodiment of being five and trying to grasp what the adults are talking about. Your small realizations are epiphanies. The big picture is foreign to you, but the excitement of knowing the details more than makes up for your large ignorance. I'm only on episode thirteen, and I am already enthralled. Please give Welcome to Night Vale a try. I can promise that you won't regret it.

Aug 25th
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Caleb Wiggins

are these shows out yet? none of them are showing up when I search

Aug 25th
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Danny Rodriguez

holy shit I dug the weather segment in this episode 😁😁😁

Aug 24th
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Danny Rodriguez

So I know this is called "Lazy day" and even with how he was speaking, (slow) I felt like this ep went by sooooo fast. I looked at the time stamp and I was already like 80% done. weird how that happened lol

Aug 24th
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Madi XxXxXx

This episode made me want to punch everything from all the cuteness

Aug 19th
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Madi XxXxXx

This whole episode is the definition of uncomfortable

Aug 19th
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Ivan Brooks

Misophonia warning, 'cereal eating' sounds in this episode

Aug 16th
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Samuel McDaniel

why is this so addicting

Aug 8th
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