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This audio drama invites your ears to visit Slumberland, a small island town in the US. Come along with Thomas Edward M, the freelance soundman. He's been hired to meet the locals and record their oral histories for the town's time capsule. The unfolding history of the town mixes folklore, paranormal, mystery and humor.
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001 - Seashell

001 - Seashell

2013-12-3104:351

Thomas arrives on Slumberland Island. He has an unusual welcome. More about Slumberland at this link. The sound design in this episode owes thanks to Freesound Project contributors: Cajo and Jovica. Thank YOU for listening to Slumberland!
002 - Somniloquy

002 - Somniloquy

2013-12-3104:00

Thomas arrives at the bungalow where he'll stay while working on Slumberland Island. He experiences another unusual welcome. More about Slumberland at this link. The sound design in this episode owes thanks to Freesound Project contributor Jovica. Thank YOU for listening to Slumberland!
003 - Spy's Cream Truck

003 - Spy's Cream Truck

2013-12-3103:561

Thomas encounters an enigmatic ice cream truck roaming the block of his new temporary home on Slumberland Island. More about Slumberland at this link. The sound design in this episode owes thanks to Freesound Project contributor Jovica. Thank YOU for listening to Slumberland!
Thomas experiences his first overnight in Slumberland. It is not without incident. More about Slumberland at this link. The sound design in this episode owes thanks to Freesound Project contributors: CGEffex and Jovica. Thank YOU for listening to Slumberland!
005 - Sketchy At Best

005 - Sketchy At Best

2014-02-0107:36

Thomas visits the Memorial Gardens, where the history of Slumberland Island begins to emerge. More about Slumberland at this link. The sound design in this episode owes thanks to Freesound Project contributors: vumseplutten, ninebilly, qubodup and Jovica. Thank YOU for listening to Slumberland!
006 - Service Provider

006 - Service Provider

2014-02-1706:38

Curious about his talking seashell and hoping to find anyone to speak to, Thomas drives over to Slumberland Island's lighthouse. More about Slumberland at this link. The sound design in this episode owes thanks to Freesound Project contributor Jovica. Thank YOU for listening to Slumberland!
007 - Seventy-Six

007 - Seventy-Six

2014-03-0205:14

A recording made on Slumberland Island in July 1976 is heard again. Magic Elvis, time capsules and the "manamojojuju" have something to say to us. More about Slumberland at this link. The sound design in this episode owes thanks to Freesound Project contributors Klankbeeld, Unchaz, Joelaudio, Robinhood76 and Jovica. Thank YOU for listening to Slumberland!
008 - See a Monster

008 - See a Monster

2014-03-1009:08

Thomas meets a young woman named Lex. She's a Slumberland native with a story to tell about her unusual claim to fame. Apparently, for more than 100 years the little lake in Slumberland Island has produced a mysterious and very rude sound, known locally as THE BLURP. More about Slumberland at this link. Lexi Pierce performed by Jacquie Floyd. Visit jacquiefloyd.com! The sound design in this episode owes thanks to Freesound Project contributor Jovica. Thank YOU for listening to Slumberland!
009 - Side Effects

009 - Side Effects

2014-03-2309:05

Up to now Slumberland Island has seemed deserted, but local teen Lex told Thomas that he should find everyone at a building known as "The Dome". Thomas arrives at the Dome. More about Slumberland at this link. Travis T. Hokum performed by Jeff Priskorn. Visit www.jeffpriskorn.com! The sound design in this episode owes thanks to Freesound Project contributors maryamseraji, cosmicembers and Jovica. Thank YOU for listening to Slumberland!
010 - Supermoon

010 - Supermoon

2014-04-1913:54

Previously, the mysterious building on Slumberland Island known as The Dome seemed to have a bad effect on Thomas, causing him to black out. In this episode Thomas revives and finds himself in another new situation. Peculiarity ensues. More about Slumberland at this link. The sound design in this episode owes thanks to Freesound Project contributors atomwrath, adrianmoore and Jovica. Thank YOU for listening to Slumberland!
011 - Skype Message

011 - Skype Message

2014-04-2205:33

The mysterious client, Oskar Mielardeaux, attempts to explain his thoughts on the oral history project, his own misadventures, and his needy house plant. More about Slumberland at this link. The sound design in this episode owes thanks to Freesound Project contributor Jovica. Thank YOU for listening to Slumberland!
012 - Superstorm

012 - Superstorm

2014-06-0111:48

Thomas Edward M and Omar Evanston hunker down to ride out the major thunderstorm bearing down on Slumberland Island. More about Slumberland at this link. The sound design in this episode owes thanks to Freesound Project contributors AudibleEdge, Maj061785, j1987, sandyrb, cgeffex, zombiechaser3, qubodup, allanz10d, baujahr66, simpsi, alaskarobotics, noisenoir, Jbond, felix-blume joljo, and Jovica. Thank YOU for listening to Slumberland!
013 - Siren Song

013 - Siren Song

2014-06-0812:58

In this episode, the storm continues to pound Slumberland. Thomas listens to stories about Mr. Sound and the mysterious ice cream truck. More about Slumberland at this link. Chrystanthemum Jones performed by Elsie Escobar. Elsie is a podcasting veteran and Libsyn's podcaster happiness expert, producing and hosting The Feed: The Official Libsyn Podcast Libsyn Blog The sound design in this episode owes thanks to Freesound Project contributors pagancow, ahill86, zombiechaser3, and Jovica. Thank YOU for listening to Slumberland!
014 - Sound Recorder

014 - Sound Recorder

2014-07-1104:36

Thomas reviews his recordings from the last couple of days on Slumberland and is surprised by what he finds. More about Slumberland at this link. The sound design in this episode owes thanks to Freesound Project contributor Jovica. Thank YOU for listening to Slumberland!
015 - Shroomi Poetry

015 - Shroomi Poetry

2014-08-0115:21

Thomas goes to retrieve his car and meets a young resident of Slumberland. They piece together more information regarding the being known as "Shroomi." More about Slumberland at this link. The sound design in this episode owes thanks to Freesound Project contributors ecodios, corsica-s, gchase, qubodup, klankbeeld, and Jovica. Thank YOU for listening to Slumberland!
016 - Secret Life

016 - Secret Life

2014-10-2610:14

Thomas sets up the home recording studio, in anticipation of starting work on the town's oral history project. But first, there is more to learn about Oskar's exotic plant. A lot more. More about Slumberland at this link. The sound design in this episode owes thanks to Freesound Project contributors ecodios, corsica-s, jorickhoofd, erokia, timbre and Jovica. Thank YOU for listening to Slumberland!
017 - Charon

017 - Charon

2014-11-2318:421

Putting oral history progress on hold, Thomas responds to a call for computer tech support at Slumberland's community dome. The dome's many features and purposes begin to reveal themselves. More about Slumberland at this link. Vegan Wildrice and Stig Gorgonsdottir performed by TradeMark G of the Evolution Control Committee. The sound design in this episode owes thanks to Freesound Project contributors earthsounds, j1987, timbre, jesabat, sempoo, swelk, ezwider, elonen, dayvonjersen, unfa, stratcat322, celestino-anthony- vedas, ueffects, avakas, fridobeck, martian, eaglechopper, distanttone, cylon8472, dauser, glaneur-de-sons, zuben, uncelsigmund, digifishmusic, dig2008, sonsdebarcelona, joedeshon, cmusounddesig, corsica-s and 3bagbrew and Jovica. Thank YOU for listening to Slumberland!
018 - Skink Whisperer

018 - Skink Whisperer

2014-12-0110:03

Before leaving the Slumberland Community Dome, Thomas has a conversation with a local named Jenny Fishman. She is a professional Skink Whisperer. More about Slumberland at this link. The sound design in this episode owes thanks to Freesound Project contributors martian, dauser, muses212 and Jovica. Thank YOU for listening to Slumberland!
019 - Sister City

019 - Sister City

2015-01-1117:23

Thomas receives a visit from a man named Jeepers MacGeepers. He's Slumberland Township Supervisor. Also visiting is Oblivia Newton-Baum, who will manage the interview scheduling for the oral history project. More about Slumberland at this link. The sound design in this episode owes thanks to Freesound Project contributors owlstorm, erdie, yuval, ekfink, hunter4708, izkhanilov and Jovica. Thank YOU for listening to Slumberland!
020 - Storytime

020 - Storytime

2015-03-0617:17

It's time to relax and enjoy a peculiar yet familiar fairy tale, told by Mrs. Mielardeaux (Oskar's mom.) Thomas makes her unexpected acquaintance at Oskar's house, as the search continues to find Lancelot (Wencil's missing cat). More about Slumberland at this link. The sound design in this episode owes thanks to Freesound Project contributors zott820, ancorapazzo, foolboymedia, jimmiod, alienxxx, louigi-verona, harpoyume, and Jovica. Thank YOU for listening to Slumberland!
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Comments (8)

Ivan Brooks

Took the first song for me to put two and two together for the mst3k reference, love it lol

Aug 18th
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Corcelim

I love that song!

Apr 10th
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Ivan Brooks

Misophonia warning, coffee sipping and gulping

Feb 23rd
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tonya holmes

I can't figure out if I like this podcast and I'm in this deep. I thought there was going to be comedy but there really isn't any. It's just a kooky storyline. Going to check out & come back to it later.

Jul 9th
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Ivan Brooks

I thought that was Tim Sniffen, I was right, nice!

Jun 20th
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El Fudge

This is a great show! I listened to the entire thing over the weekend and now I’m doomed waiting for another 70+ episodes to come out!

Jul 8th
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Brandon Patterson

Slumberland us weird and wonderful. I'm about 30 episodes deep since I started last weekend and the narrative is excellent and continually engaging. I also appreciate that there are a wide variety of esoteric references for geeks of any persuasion, but that they are woven into the story in such a way that you need no background. This podcast is very well done.

Jan 17th
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Chelle Christopher

just a few minutes into it and I can tell this is going to be a favorite I laughed out loud at puked twice lol and I love the narrators voice =)

Dec 29th
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