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A documentary filmmaker travels to the Everglades in search of his brother's killer. He encounters a legendary Indian princess and shape-shifter with a ravenous appetite.

©1960 Rod Serling (P)2013 Blackstone Audio

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YAY for Twilight Zone!

Beewinjapeedee is a Twilight Zone story about a man who goes into the wilderness to get answers about what happened to his brother 17 years earlier. He finds what he was looking for and more than he bargained for.

The edition I listened to was narrated by a cast with sound effects and everything, and probably came straight from the radio show in the 1960s. It was a quick, easy, and fun listen and I listened to it as a preview to see if I should buy one of the books available with several episodes in it.

I wasn't really surprised by any of the "twists" but I did fully enjoy the experience. I am thinking this is a great introductory to try to get my son to listen to because he loves this kind of stuff (Twilight zone/sci fi/fantasy) but isn't into reading because its hard for him to keep focused. With sound effects, different voices for each character, and an interesting story, it doesn't get any easier to listen than this.

Did I mention the sound effects were awesome?

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Soda, soda, soda (and jerky).

A good and unusually long episode. A story that contains a lot more than the average TZ episode. Good sound effects (as usual) and competent voice acting.

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  • 05-09-16

well acted and decent story

all round good but didn't have me gripped like some of these do. predictable ending, even though the actual twist wasn't quite what I thought was coming. the acting is very good.