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In this third installment of the Creepsville Collection, we present a trio of creepy tales, all with a feline theme: "Symbiosis", "This Restless Night", and "Look What the Cat Dragged In". These yarns were crafted by an author who has cohabitated with many kitties over the years. Each story is brought to vivid life by the amazing narration and sound design skills of Noah DeBiase.
A cat can change your life forever, often for the better, sometimes, not so much.
In "Symbiosis", a cat gives something to a stranger in exchange for taking away his loneliness, but what else is it taking?
"This Restless Night" proves that a cat can live all of its nine lives at once! Lynn sees herself as a loser with nothing to live for, but as it turns out, looks can be deceiving. Very deceiving.
Cats bring home the darnedest things - a dead rodent, a live baby bird, a tailless lizard. Basically, whatever will help them earn their fancy feast. Those of you who are loved by a cat will receive treasures far beyond your expectations, but you must remember one thing - sometimes, you are the pet owner, and sometimes, you are merely the pet.
Written by Seth Chambers. Narration and sound design by Noah DeBiase. With special thanks to P.J. Chambers for audio quality direction
Warning: Due to disturbing content, listener discretion is advised.
About the narrator: A five-time Voice Arts Award nominee, Noah has earned multiple honors for his audio engineering work, including the Society of Voice Arts and Sciences’ 2017 Award for outstanding storytelling and the 2015 Audio Verse Award for best engineering of an original, short-form serial.
His audio narration credits include Legend of the A-----e Squirrel, the Jack Hart mystery series, the Winston Wong mystery series, and horror anthology podcast Simon Graves Presents.
Noah’s influences include his long musical theater career, and a love of old-time radio. He lives in Yonkers with his brilliant wife Maddy and an alarming quantity of hats.