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Campfire Radio Theater: Parsec Awards 2017 Winner!

Campfire Radio Theater: Parsec Awards 2017 Winner! What a great way to bring in the New Year! Campfire Radio Theater has won a Parsec Award for the episode "Woods Ferry" in the Best Speculative Fiction Audio Drama (Short Form) division! Congratulations to everyone who worked on the episode and huge thanks to John Ballentine for allowing me to be a part of such an excellent podcast/audio drama! I would also like to congratulate the other finalists as well and suggest that you take a moment to check out their works as well. The score for "Woods Ferry" was great fun to......

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The Top 20 Audio Dramas Of All-Time

The Top 20 Audio Dramas Of All-Time! (as picked by some stranger on the internet) The first audio drama (aka radio drama) I remember hearing was an episode of CBS Radio Mystery Theater in the 70s. While I have no idea what the story was about, I cannot forget the sound of the creaking door, the haunting strings of the theme music, or the voice of E.G. Marshall. My father and I had been listening to the story while driving. Once we had arrived home, we pulled into the driveway and sat in the car until the story was over.......

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Campfire Radio Theater: Audio Drama For Halloween!

Campfire Radio Theater: Audio Drama For Your Halloween Listening Pleasure! Happy Halloween, everyone! I've been a fan of audio drama since I was a child. I recall sitting in the car with my dad, parked in the driveway, listening to the conclusion of an episode of CBS Radio Mystery Theater. The sound of the creaking door, the voice of E.G. Marshall, and the possibility of stories about ghosts and monsters had me hooked. If you aren't familiar with the series, you can stream audio of almost 1,400 episodes at Another favorite series of mine is the infamous "Nightfall" series from......

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