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A couple with a strained relationship find a crack in their hallway wall. Unknown to them, something resides within the crack and it will say anything, or become anyone, to be free.
Written by D.C. Hill (https://www.twitter.com/dan_hill)
Narrated by Jasmine Arch (https://jasminearch.com/)
Edited by Karl Hughes (https://twitter.com/karlhughes)
With music by Andrew kn (https://freesound.org/Andrewkn/)
And Thom Robson (https://www.thomrobsonmusic.com/)
And sound effects were provided by Freesound.org
The episode illustration was provided by Luke Spooner of Carrion House (https://carrionhouse.com/)
A quick thanks to our community managers, Joshua Boucher and Jasmine Arch
And Carolyn O'Brien for helping with our submission reading.
And to Ben Errington the ongoing explosion of content being fired out of his Social Media canon.
Follow D.C. Hill at @dan_hill over on Twitter.
Jasmine Arch is a writer, poet, narrator, podcaster and all-round chaos-for-brains Jasmine Arch lives in a nook of Belgian countryside with two horses, four dogs, and a husband who knows better than to distract her when she's writing. Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in The Other Stories, NewMyths.com and Hybrid Fiction, among others. Find out more about her or her work at JasmineArch.com.
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