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  • Teacher's Pet - Spooked
    Snap Judgment
    26:45
    Storytelling
    1,845

    Kristen Cortez is a new teacher in beautiful Los Gatos, California. From her classroom window, she can see rolling, golden hills. Redwood trees. The sun is almost always shining. And yet… something lurks. Thank you, Kristen, for telling us your terrifying tale! Produced by Zoe Ferrigno, original score by Richard Haig Season 5 - Episode 3 Season 5 has 22 brand new episodes, each released weekly on Mondays & Fridays. Select episodes will be available across streaming platforms (like this episode), but you can find ALL the new episodes only on Luminary. You can get a Luminary subscription for as little as $2.99 a month with their annual plan, plus a 7-day free trial to get started. Visit luminarypodcasts.com to start your free trial.

  • I See Stories
    Snap Judgment
    02:48
    Storytelling
    1,598

    Glynn can see stories... some are happy, some are sad. But others... stink of fear. Produced by Lauryn Newson

  • The Golden Lure
    Snap Judgment
    28:40
    Storytelling
    1,592

    A fisherman down on his luck finds gold at the bottom of the sea. It’s only after his treasure hunt is underway that he discovers what is truly valuable deep down. BIG thanks to Joe Pennisi for sharing your story with Snap. This story would not have been possible if not for the amazing, on the ground reporting work of Tara Duggan, Jason Fagone, and Santiago Mejia who first told this incredible story for the San Francisco Chronicle. Produced by Nikka Singh, original score by Renzo Gorrio Artwork by Teo Ducot Season 11 – Episode 27

  • Dreaming of a Porsche
    Snap Judgment
    03:02
    Storytelling
    1,339

    Glynn has big plans to drop out of high school and make a TON of money. Produced by Pat Mesiti-Miller

  • Take Me Home - Spooked
    Snap Judgment
    32:53
    Storytelling
    1,518

    You are on your smoke break at Walmart. You look down and see a box: inside is a ceramic lamb with a note around its neck asking you to take it home. Do you: a) burn it b) throw it in the trash, or c) take it home? Thank you, Corey, for sharing your story with Spooked! Produced by Chris Hambrick, original score by Lauryn Newson Artwork by Teo Ducot Spooked Season 5 - Episode 1 Spooked Season 5 has 22 brand new episodes, each released weekly on Mondays & Fridays. Select episodes will be available across streaming platforms (like this episode), but you can find ALL the new episodes only on Luminary. You can get a Luminary subscription for as little as $2.99 a month with their annual plan, plus a 7-day free trial to get started. Visit luminarypodcasts.com to start your free trial.

  • Soundtrack of Silence - Snap Classic
    Snap Judgment
    38:10
    Storytelling
    1,451

    When a young man is told is he going deaf, he sets out on a challenge to memorize the songs that defined his life. He had no idea that those songs would come back to him in the most unexpected way. A version of this story aired on KQED’s Q’ed Up. Produced by April Dembosky, Original Score by Renzo Gorrio Sound Design by Leon Morimoto & April Dembosky Artwork by Mark Fiore Snap Classic – Season 9 Episode 3

  • Campfire Tales VII - full episode
    Snap Judgment
    50:32
    Storytelling
    1,338

    The last embers of the season. The final wander through the woods. The chill not yet hitting the air. That’s when you know it’s time… This week, experience the dark magic of Spooked on Snap. We proudly present, “Campfire Tales VII.” STORIES Kapu If the sign at the mouth of the cave says “kapu,” forbidden, you better take heed. Don’t go searching for trouble. Thank you, Joe, for sharing your story with Spooked! Produced by Greta Weber and Annie Nguyen, original score by Lauryn Newson Route 666 Michael Kilpatrick is coming home from the venue, celebrating a great show. He’s taking a familiar road. But tonight, the conditions are bad: hard wind, rain, and… frogs? Thanks, Michael, for sharing your story with us! Produced by Annie Nguyen, original score by Leon Morimoto Widow’s Walk Howling wind. Swirling fog. What lurks in the mist? To whom is the wind calling? Thank you, Bubba, for sharing your terrifying tale with us. Produced by Greta Weber & Gaylen Koch, original score by Clay Xavier Artwork by Teo Ducot Season 5 of Spooked drops 8/21/20 & will have 22 brand new episodes, each released weekly on Mondays & Fridays. Select episodes will be available across streaming platforms, but you can find ALL the new episodes only on Luminary. Visit LuminaryPodcasts.com to start listening. Season 11 – Episode 26

  • Campfire Tales VII
    Snap Judgment
    47:04
    Storytelling
    1,159

    The last embers of the season. The final wander through the woods. The chill not yet hitting the air. That’s when you know it’s time… This week, experience the dark magic of Spooked on Snap. We proudly present, “Campfire Tales VII.” STORIES Kapu If the sign at the mouth of the cave says “kapu,” forbidden, you better take heed. Don’t go searching for trouble. Thank you, Joe, for sharing your story with Spooked! Produced by Greta Weber and Annie Nguyen, original score by Lauryn Newson Route 666 Michael Kilpatrick is coming home from the venue, celebrating a great show. He’s taking a familiar road. But tonight, the conditions are bad: hard wind, rain, and… frogs? Thanks, Michael, for sharing your story with us! Produced by Annie Nguyen, original score by Leon Morimoto Widow’s Walk Howling wind. Swirling fog. What lurks in the mist? To whom is the wind calling? Thank you, Bubba, for sharing your terrifying tale with us. Produced by Greta Weber & Gaylen Koch, original score by Clay Xavier Artwork by Teo Ducot Season 5 of Spooked drops 8/21/20 & will have 22 brand new episodes, each released weekly on Mondays & Fridays. Select episodes will be available across streaming platforms, but you can find ALL the new episodes only on Luminary. Visit LuminaryPodcasts.com to start listening. Season 11 – Episode 26

  • 'Round the Campfire
    Snap Judgment
    03:19
    Storytelling
    1,110

    Glynn warns children 'round the campfire that evil lurks... Produced by Lauryn Newson & Pat Mesiti-Miller

  • Gotcha - full episode
    Snap Judgment
    01:07:16
    Storytelling
    1,242

    A rowdy radio show. A sick listener. A Radio DJ who gets in way, way too deep. This story is a co-production between Snap Judgment Studios, Hi-Phi Nation with Barry Lamb, and our dear friends over at Love and Radio. Listen & subscribe to Hi-Phi Nation with Barry Lamb, the best story-driven philosophy podcast in the universe! Love and Radio also rules and comes to you from the incredible Luminary family. You can hear the original version of Gotcha from Love and Radio here. Learn more about Radio DJ Amber Petty and pre-order her new book, “This Is Not A Love Song” This story was produced by Barry Lam, Steven Jackson, Nick van der Kolk, Phil Dmochowski, Julia DeWitt, and John Fecile This story includes the voices of Amber Petty, Cory Kimm, Andrew ‘Cosi’ Costello, and Sarah The actors featured in this story are Aliya Pabani, Corey Layton, Robin Luckwaldt-Ross Special thanks to Diane Wu, Antimo Ianella, Ira Glass Artwork by John Garrison Music in this episode (in order of appearance) Artist – Title – Album Palbomen II – Wilco’s Funeral – Memories of Cindy Secret Circuit – Rogue Unit – Tactile Galactics Palbomen II – Disappointment Island – Memories of Cindy Emily Sprague – Huckleberry – Water Memory/Mount Vision Solvent – A Product Of The Process – Subject To Shift Tashi Wada with Yoshi Wafa and Friends – Moments of Exile (Coda) – FRKWYS Vol. 14: Nue Joseph Shabason – Westmeath – Aytche Solvent – Background Noise (Don’t Become) – Apples & Synthesizers Solvent – An Introduction to Science – Apples & Synthesizers Emily Sprague – Piano 1 – Water Memory/Mount Vision Emily Sprague – Your Pond – Water Memory/Mount Vision Secret Circuit – Milk – Tactile Galactics Lucrecia Dalt – Antiform – Anticlines Emily Sprague – Your Pond – Water Memory/Mount Vision Kate NV – yxo EAR – для FOR Emily Sprague – Synth 1 – Water Memory/Mount Vision Palmbomen II – 145 – Memories of Cindy Emily Sprague – Synth 2 – Water Memory/Mount Vision Season 11 – Episode 25

  • Gotcha
    Snap Judgment
    01:04:03
    Storytelling
    1,107

    A rowdy radio show. A sick listener. A Radio DJ who gets in way, way too deep. This story is a co-production between Snap Judgment Studios, Hi-Phi Nation with Barry Lamb, and our dear friends over at Love and Radio. Listen & subscribe to Hi-Phi Nation with Barry Lamb, the best story-driven philosophy podcast in the universe! Love and Radio also rules and comes to you from the incredible Luminary family. You can hear the original version of Gotcha from Love and Radio here. Learn more about Radio DJ Amber Petty and pre-order her new book, “This Is Not A Love Song” This story was produced by Barry Lam, Steven Jackson, Nick van der Kolk, Phil Dmochowski, Julia DeWitt, and John Fecile This story includes the voices of Amber Petty, Cory Kimm, Andrew ‘Cosi’ Costello, and Sarah The actors featured in this story are Aliya Pabani, Corey Layton, Robin Luckwaldt-Ross Special thanks to Diane Wu, Antimo Ianella, Ira Glass Artwork by John Garrison Music in this episode (in order of appearance) Artist – Title – Album Palbomen II – Wilco’s Funeral – Memories of Cindy Secret Circuit – Rogue Unit – Tactile Galactics Palbomen II – Disappointment Island – Memories of Cindy Emily Sprague – Huckleberry – Water Memory/Mount Vision Solvent – A Product Of The Process – Subject To Shift Tashi Wada with Yoshi Wafa and Friends – Moments of Exile (Coda) – FRKWYS Vol. 14: Nue Joseph Shabason – Westmeath – Aytche Solvent – Background Noise (Don’t Become) – Apples & Synthesizers Solvent – An Introduction to Science – Apples & Synthesizers Emily Sprague – Piano 1 – Water Memory/Mount Vision Emily Sprague – Your Pond – Water Memory/Mount Vision Secret Circuit – Milk – Tactile Galactics Lucrecia Dalt – Antiform – Anticlines Emily Sprague – Your Pond – Water Memory/Mount Vision Kate NV – yxo EAR – для FOR Emily Sprague – Synth 1 – Water Memory/Mount Vision Palmbomen II – 145 – Memories of Cindy Emily Sprague – Synth 2 – Water Memory/Mount Vision Season 11 – Episode 25

  • Your Biggest Fan
    Snap Judgment
    03:12
    Storytelling
    1,049

    Glynn’s childhood radio heroes visit his class for career day and he asks them a very specific question… Produced by Pat Mesiti-Miller

  • Easy Street - Snap Classic
    Snap Judgment
    26:06
    Storytelling
    1,124

    “Easy Street” is the irresistible ear-worm that went from a harmless little song to a hellish theme, to a war cry on the streets of Portland. This story contains explicit language, sensitive listeners are advised. You can find a list of freelance journalists documenting the situation in Portland compiled here. Activists have also put together this list of organizations providing support. Listen to the original “Easy Street” song by The Collapsable Hearts Club (ft. Jim Bianco and Petra Haden). Listen to the Easy Street (Redux) single by The Occupy ICE PDX Alliance on Apple Music or iTunes. Big thanks to Joe Sivick, Deena Prichep, and Tuck Woodstock. Produced by John Fecile, original score by Renzo Gorrio Snap Classic – Season 10 – Episode 21

  • Outbreak at San Quentin
    Snap Judgment
    33:20
    Storytelling
    3,278

    As the Coronavirus outbreak overwhelms San Quentin State Prison, one incarcerated person, Chanthon Bun, is awaiting his release on parole. Bun tries to protect himself from the virus, while incarcerated first responders and cleaning crews attempt to treat those who are collapsing and stop the spread of COVID-19. In this episode, we hear first-hand accounts from incarcerated people inside San Quentin trying to survive the ongoing coronavirus outbreak. This story contains graphic content, listener discretion is advised. At the time of this recording, 13 people from San Quentin have died due to coronavirus, bringing the total number of lives lost in California prisons to 40. Our hearts go out to them and theirs, sincerely. Find out how you can support people on the inside with care packages and more at Prison University Project. Chanthon Bun is a producer now living on the outside. Greg Eskridge and Thanh Tran are both multimedia journalists currently incarcerated at San Quentin. Checkout Uncuffed and First Watch for more of their work. Rasheed Lockheart, who narrated this piece, works with Planting Justice, a food and social justice organization empowering those impacted by incarceration. Many thanks to Ant, Eric Phillips, and Alex Simon for sharing their stories from the inside as well. Special thanks to James King from the Ella Baker Center and Adnan Khan from Restore Justice. Produced by Pat Mesiti-Miller and Ninna Gaensler-Debs Original score by Pat Mesiti-Miller Artwork by Teo Ducot

  • Letters from Uncuffed
    Snap Judgment
    07:08
    Storytelling
    1,592

    While people inside San Quentin and other detention facilities across the country are faced with the threat of coronavirus, it is not just them who are affected. This piece is made up of a collection of letters from people on the outside trying to reach their loved ones currently behind bars. Big thanks to everyone who shared their letters, Rasheed Lockheart, Shelly Ammons, Dario Abramskiehn, Jovina Vejar. The letters came to us from Uncuffed, a storytelling project made by people behind bars, from inside San Quentin State Prison and Solano State Prison, in collaboration with KALW. Listen & subscribe on your favorite podcast player! Produced by Ninna Gaensler-Debs, Gabe Grabin, Angela Johnston, and Eli Wirtschafter.

  • Man in a Mask
    Snap Judgment
    02:03
    Storytelling
    1,680

    Glynn navigates the world in mask and with 6-feet of distance... but some people don't have that luxury. Produced by Pat Mesiti-Miller

  • Outbreak at San Quentin - full episode
    Snap Judgment
    47:10
    Storytelling
    1,914

    Team Snap brings you the story of the devastating COVID-19 outbreak at San Quentin State Prison, as told by people on the inside. STORIES Outbreak at San Quentin As the Coronavirus outbreak overwhelms San Quentin State Prison, one incarcerated person, Chanthon Bun, is awaiting his release on parole. Bun tries to protect himself from the virus, while incarcerated first responders and cleaning crews attempt to treat those who are collapsing and stop the spread of COVID-19. In this episode, we hear first-hand accounts from incarcerated people inside San Quentin trying to survive the ongoing coronavirus outbreak. This story contains graphic content, listener discretion is advised. At the time of this recording, 13 people from San Quentin have died due to coronavirus, bringing the total number of lives lost in California prisons to 40. Our hearts go out to them and theirs, sincerely. Find out how you can support people on the inside with care packages and more at Prison University Project. Chanthon Bun is a producer now living on the outside. Greg Eskridge and Thanh Tran are both multimedia journalists currently incarcerated at San Quentin. Checkout Uncuffed and First Watch for more of their work. Rasheed Lockheart, who narrated this piece, works with Planting Justice, a food and social justice organization empowering those impacted by incarceration. Many thanks to Ant, Eric Phillips, and Alex Simon for sharing their stories from the inside as well. Special thanks to James King from the Ella Baker Center and Adnan Khan from Restore Justice. Produced by Pat Mesiti-Miller and Ninna Gaensler-Debs Original score by Pat Mesiti-Miller Artwork by Teo Ducot Letters from Uncuffed While people inside San Quentin and other detention facilities across the country are faced with the threat of coronavirus, it is not just them who are affected. This piece is made up of a collection of letters from people on the outside trying to reach their loved ones currently behind bars. Big thanks to everyone who shared their letters, Rasheed Lockheart, Shelly Ammons, Dario Abramskiehn, Jovina Vejar. The letters came to us from Uncuffed, a storytelling project made by people behind bars, from inside San Quentin State Prison and Solano State Prison, in collaboration with KALW. Listen & subscribe on your favorite podcast player! Produced by Ninna Gaensler-Debs, Gabe Grabin, Angela Johnston, and Eli Wirtschafter. San Quentin Mixtapes Vol. 1 – “Same Prison As My Grandfather” The San Quentin Mixtape is a music project recorded, produced, and performed by incarcerated people inside San Quentin State Prison. The song featured in this episode is “Same Prison As My Grandfather” by Dinero G. Thank you Dinero G and David Jassy for sharing your music with us! This song comes from the album San Quentin Mixtapes, Vol. 1. It was produced by the now formerly incarcerated, David Jassy, who has since been released and is now living in his home country of Sweden.

  • Belly of the Beast - Snap Classic
    Snap Judgment
    24:48
    Storytelling
    2,489

    Things go horribly wrong for a safari guide on the Zambezi River when he comes face-to-face with a rogue hippo. Thank you, Paul, for sharing your story with Snap! Check out Paul Templer’s memoir, What’s Left of Me. Produced by Erika Lantz, original score by Renzo Gorrio Artwork by Teo Ducot Snap Classic – Season 9 – Episode 25

  • Chasing Thunder
    Snap Judgment
    47:19
    Storytelling
    2,014

    For 110 days Peter Hammarstedt and his group of ocean vigilantes hunted the most notorious poacher of sea bass on the high seas, known as the Thunder. Their journey turns into an epic chase across 10,000 miles, two seas, and three oceans, through massive ice floors, violent clashes, and storms-tossed seas, where only one ship makes it home. Thank you so much to Peter Hammarstedt for sharing your story with us! Thanks as well to Ian Urbina. We first heard about this story thanks to his reporting. You can find his book, The Outlaw Ocean: Journeys Across the Last Untamed Frontier, on Knopf, Amazon, or anywhere books are sold. Ian has a great collection of stories and books about the lawless ocean. Also, BIG thanks to Brick City TV & Mark Benjamin for sharing the audio from their documentary, Ocean Warriors: Chasing the Thunder. Y Produced by Nikka Singh, original score by Renzo Gorrio Artwork by Teo Ducot Season 11 – Episode 22

  • Tooth Fish for Dinner
    Snap Judgment
    01:56
    Storytelling
    1,685

    Have you ever eaten Chilean Sea Bass? Glynn decides to cook it for dinner and realizes it has another name… Produced by Pat Mesiti-Miller