Single Serving Friends – Ruth A | Episode 45

My Neighborhood Pen Pal

Hobbies. Values. Affectations. Signs of any lasting friendship. But when we’re kids, it’s proximity that makes us best buds. Our most profound friendships are made for next to no reason.

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Treehouse of Horror – Kyle Gest | Episode 44

Treehouse of Horror Kyle Gest

Turn out your lights. Put on your headphones. Welcome, boils and ghouls, to The Lapse SPOOKYTELLING Podcast. It happened to a friend of a friend of mine…

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Get the Buck Out – Megan Roberts | Episode 43

Megan Roberts Get the Buck Out

All Megan has to do is get that godforsaken deer to leave her backyard. Dead or alive.

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Catch Megan Roberts on her choose-your-own-adventure podcast, Chaotic Neutral Adventures.

Carnival of the Damned – Sire | Episode 42


A homeless man becomes trapped in a traveling carnival that won’t let go.

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The Lapse Presents: At a Loss for Words


How do two lovebirds who can’t speak the same language, who barely understand one another, somehow manage to hit it off? It’s something you and I and everyone you know has used at least once.

In this first installment of The Lapse Presents, from former Wiretap producers Mira Burt-Wintonick and Cristal Duhaime, this is “Love Me,” a podcast about the messiness of human connection.