June 23, 2021

Believe

Believe

Dr. Callahan returns to investigate the most haunted location in the state of California.


Dr. Callahan returns to investigate the most haunted location in the state of California. 

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WEBVTT 1 00:00:03.319 --> 00:00:07.040 Welcome to another episode of Chat. Couldn't be bothered with writing, so he 2 00:00:07.469 --> 00:00:13.150 quite literally phoned in another performance piece. This is down to folk which should 3 00:00:13.150 --> 00:00:19.710 contain the greatest stories you never knew existed. Should this week's episode may contain 4 00:00:19.750 --> 00:00:23.820 thematic elements that upset people, and if you are listening with children, I 5 00:00:24.260 --> 00:00:29.660 sincerely hope they don't try any of the things contained in this episode. Spoilers, 6 00:00:30.940 --> 00:00:39.770 but until then, sit back, relax and enjoy the show. Joining 7 00:00:39.850 --> 00:00:45.009 us on the phone this week we have Dr Harry Callahan. Dr Callahan has 8 00:00:45.090 --> 00:00:51.079 a PhD in metaphysics from universal life and is calling in from a secret location 9 00:00:51.159 --> 00:00:59.560 in California where he is currently doing a paranormal investigation. Dr Callahan, hello 10 00:01:00.039 --> 00:01:03.870 and welcome back to the show. Good afternoon, Dad. It's a pleasure 11 00:01:03.870 --> 00:01:11.189 to be back. So this investigation that you're taking part in is being conducted 12 00:01:11.230 --> 00:01:17.390 at what I'm being told is one of the most haunted locations in the state 13 00:01:17.469 --> 00:01:23.019 of California. Yes, that is correct, and your timing is impeccable. 14 00:01:23.980 --> 00:01:29.620 We have just made our way into the foyer after location. It is a 15 00:01:30.379 --> 00:01:38.849 beautiful antebellum style mansion that forere is well appointed. There are quite a few 16 00:01:38.890 --> 00:01:45.769 cobwebs, which certainly gives an aura of war boating. I'm hearing some talking 17 00:01:45.810 --> 00:01:52.280 in the background. Yes, we are in receiving some instructions from our host 18 00:01:52.840 --> 00:01:59.159 at this time and we are being ushered into a gallery of sorts. It 19 00:02:00.000 --> 00:02:07.269 is a circular room with paintings of some of the former residents of the estate, 20 00:02:07.349 --> 00:02:12.990 perhaps current residents, if you if you get what I mean. Yes, 21 00:02:13.110 --> 00:02:16.060 of course. I truly cannot thank you enough for calling in once again 22 00:02:16.099 --> 00:02:24.580 during during this investigation. I used to live in California and dabbled in paranormal 23 00:02:24.659 --> 00:02:30.889 investigations myself when I was living there. Perhaps off the air, you can 24 00:02:30.930 --> 00:02:34.849 share exactly where you are. I've been told that the owners of the property 25 00:02:35.169 --> 00:02:38.530 have requested that we not disclose the location, but you know, maybe. 26 00:02:38.569 --> 00:02:44.560 I'm sorry, that is information I will not be able to provide to you. 27 00:02:44.759 --> 00:02:50.080 It's fine, I I understand. So tell me more about what's happening 28 00:02:50.159 --> 00:02:54.039 right now. We have we've been taken from the gallery and are being loaded 29 00:02:54.080 --> 00:03:00.789 into transportation pods to take us through the remainder of the location. I'm sorry, 30 00:03:00.830 --> 00:03:07.270 transportation pods. Yes, that there are measures in place to assure that 31 00:03:07.469 --> 00:03:14.460 there is. It lessens the the impact of foot traffic through through the location. 32 00:03:14.699 --> 00:03:19.259 Okay, it makes sense. Chat mask a question. Yes, of 33 00:03:19.340 --> 00:03:24.819 course, I know you have traveled to many places, but have you ever 34 00:03:25.099 --> 00:03:31.770 been somewhere that sells the large Turkey legs you mean, like at a fair 35 00:03:32.250 --> 00:03:39.409 precisely? I'm curious as to what that is exactly. I honestly don't think 36 00:03:39.409 --> 00:03:44.520 I've ever seen a Turkey with legs that side. I'm I'm sorry, Harry, 37 00:03:44.840 --> 00:03:47.919 but what does that have to do with the paranormal? I was thinking 38 00:03:49.080 --> 00:03:55.349 something larger, like like EMU. Are Maybe Awstrich? Harry, are you 39 00:03:55.509 --> 00:04:00.469 drunk? Why would you ask that? Because you're investigating what I'm being told 40 00:04:00.629 --> 00:04:04.110 is the most haunted location in the state of California and you're talking to me 41 00:04:04.349 --> 00:04:12.580 about Turkey legs. I Apologize. Go ahead, go ahead. What what's 42 00:04:12.620 --> 00:04:15.939 your question? I don't I don't have a question. I just think it's 43 00:04:16.060 --> 00:04:21.660 odd that you're doing an investigation in the most haunted place in California. Any 44 00:04:21.740 --> 00:04:26.009 want to talk about Turkey legs? What are you seeing right now at this 45 00:04:26.089 --> 00:04:30.569 moment? Well, not much. It's it. It's quite dark at the 46 00:04:30.610 --> 00:04:35.170 moment. Have you encountered or seen any paranormal activity? Well, yes, 47 00:04:35.329 --> 00:04:42.040 of course, this location is the most hotted location in the state of California. 48 00:04:42.360 --> 00:04:45.319 That's it. That's what I asked if you saw any activity and you 49 00:04:45.399 --> 00:04:47.800 said of course. Are you going to tell me what you're seeing? Well, 50 00:04:48.160 --> 00:04:56.509 we we have just passed a ball room where it appeared that there were 51 00:04:56.550 --> 00:05:02.670 spirits having a having a birthday party of some sort. Oh, and there 52 00:05:02.829 --> 00:05:09.740 was a seance with a head floating around in a crystal ball. Wait, 53 00:05:12.379 --> 00:05:15.699 you didn't find any of that relevant to share chat. I don't think you 54 00:05:15.860 --> 00:05:23.889 understand this is the most hotted location in the entire state of California. I 55 00:05:24.129 --> 00:05:29.410 think what would be more remarkable is if there was no activity whatsoever. Why 56 00:05:29.449 --> 00:05:31.209 am I hearing music? Where are you? We're in a grave yard. 57 00:05:31.410 --> 00:05:36.240 You're in a graveyard inside the location. Well, it's adjacent properly. We 58 00:05:36.319 --> 00:05:41.639 haven't left a little buggies yet. Excuse me, Dr Callahan, you were 59 00:05:41.720 --> 00:05:46.720 hired by mask to provide us within eyewitness account of your investigation and you have 60 00:05:47.000 --> 00:05:51.790 done approximately none percent of that. You like, he's on your lap. 61 00:05:51.870 --> 00:05:56.149 WHO's on whose lap? Who bears with me? Who Bear your driver? 62 00:05:56.189 --> 00:06:00.389 Yeah, there was a hitchhiking ghost on his lap. Are you at Disneylands? 63 00:06:00.589 --> 00:06:04.819 How dare you? It's so my reputation. I have traveled many hours 64 00:06:05.420 --> 00:06:15.899 to get here today to have you hang out. Hello. Yeah, WHO's 65 00:06:15.980 --> 00:06:18.889 this? All this is? Who Bear? Is This jet? Wait, 66 00:06:19.050 --> 00:06:24.410 your name is really Hubert better, Illinoisa how about that? Who Bear? 67 00:06:24.569 --> 00:06:29.170 Sorry, what is happening there? Oh, Dr Harry had to go to 68 00:06:29.209 --> 00:06:30.689 the kid. He asked me to talk to you. Are you guys at 69 00:06:30.730 --> 00:06:33.720 Disneyland? Oh, we're at a top secret location. Yeah, well, 70 00:06:33.959 --> 00:06:38.720 most haunted in California. I got a house. Has Harriet been drinking? 71 00:06:39.279 --> 00:06:42.399 I think he had a couple drink. Said lunch, but you know, 72 00:06:42.560 --> 00:06:46.600 nothing. Crazy. Are you guys still in the transportation pods investigating the what? 73 00:06:46.189 --> 00:06:51.310 Oh, no, where outside now? We've already been on done the 74 00:06:51.389 --> 00:06:57.069 investigation like six times. We're taking a break now, taking a break. 75 00:06:57.550 --> 00:07:00.310 And where's Harry? Where's Harry Right now? Oh, he's getting a Churl, 76 00:07:00.699 --> 00:07:04.939 he's getting a Turo and you're not at Disneyland. No, he's a 77 00:07:08.060 --> 00:07:10.500 cat. I have a question. Oh, this is going to be going 78 00:07:10.540 --> 00:07:13.939 yes, what can I do for you, Dr Callahan? Is it true? 79 00:07:14.139 --> 00:07:16.009 Is What true? The true robot. What the Hell does that mean? 80 00:07:16.529 --> 00:07:20.290 Well, you're just you know, we're where around the campfire, so 81 00:07:20.490 --> 00:07:28.970 to streak. Is that gear? Your your robot? That's the most ridiculous 82 00:07:29.009 --> 00:07:31.720 thing I've heard. Are you enjoying your churrow? I don't know what you're 83 00:07:31.759 --> 00:07:34.279 talking about. Did you get you a dull whip to where they are? 84 00:07:34.439 --> 00:07:38.519 But, Harry, I'm going to need to call Lloyd and let him know 85 00:07:39.199 --> 00:07:43.639 that you two are going on vacation on the company's dime. Your break it 86 00:07:43.680 --> 00:07:46.829 up just a little bit. But I have some really exciting news for you. 87 00:07:46.990 --> 00:07:49.350 And what's that? You found Mickey Mouse. I would appreciate it if 88 00:07:49.430 --> 00:07:53.589 you watched your tone with me, or I'm going to take my big news 89 00:07:53.670 --> 00:07:56.430 to to George and nory. I'm sorry, go ahead. Who Bear and 90 00:07:56.509 --> 00:08:03.180 I have been able to get a reservation to access a top secret military spaceport. 91 00:08:03.339 --> 00:08:07.620 Who is it? Black spire outpost. Listen if you're good. I'm 92 00:08:07.660 --> 00:08:11.819 sorry, everybody, this is not what I was told it was going to 93 00:08:11.860 --> 00:08:16.930 be. Lloyd, if you can get somebody out to Anaheim, California, 94 00:08:16.649 --> 00:08:22.569 I have a sneaking suspicion you're going to find Harry and Huber misappropriating some mask 95 00:08:22.689 --> 00:08:26.519 funds right now. And and what's that? Are you a robot, Frank 96 00:08:28.040 --> 00:08:31.960 Lloyd? Dana Dana, please take chat back down and wipe these memories again. 97 00:08:33.799 --> 00:08:37.159 Also, would you be so kind to post a memo so people will 98 00:08:37.200 --> 00:08:41.990 stop asking chat if he's a robot. Thanks. I believe for Jordan is 99 00:08:43.110 --> 00:08:46.470 still here, one hundred percent, voluntarily of course, and is eagerly waiting 100 00:08:46.549 --> 00:08:50.470 to share a story. I think we will put him next to the camp 101 00:08:50.509 --> 00:08:54.779 fire, since no one else seems to be using it. Take it away, 102 00:08:54.940 --> 00:09:03.100 Brad Jordan. All of this happened once and maybe a few times more, 103 00:09:03.860 --> 00:09:09.059 but when it did happen, it was long ago, or maybe even 104 00:09:09.139 --> 00:09:13.129 yesterday, whichever and whenever it occurred. This story took place in Paris, 105 00:09:13.250 --> 00:09:18.289 France, and it involved the Charis family of Rue de Pas Imagina. All 106 00:09:18.370 --> 00:09:22.809 Children, even foolish children, some day must grow up and make something of 107 00:09:22.889 --> 00:09:28.559 their lives. Even the Chari Children, Winnie, the oldest, police, 108 00:09:28.840 --> 00:09:33.080 the second oldest, and burn the youngest, who all shared a room in 109 00:09:33.159 --> 00:09:37.559 a small flat with their parents, AMM Cherie and Papa Scherie, must one 110 00:09:37.559 --> 00:09:43.269 day, foolish or not, grow up and become something on this night. 111 00:09:43.549 --> 00:09:46.429 Mama Cherie was to work on the corner and Papa Shari was to collect the 112 00:09:46.509 --> 00:09:50.789 fee for spending time with his wife, which would explain why their three children 113 00:09:52.110 --> 00:09:54.940 looked at nothing like their father and everything like some of the local men in 114 00:09:54.980 --> 00:10:01.539 the neighborhood. The charis parents told their children that the black cat noir was 115 00:10:01.700 --> 00:10:07.210 in charge while they were out for the evening. Now everyone knows cats are 116 00:10:07.289 --> 00:10:11.529 not great nursemaids. In fact, cats do not care for you or your 117 00:10:11.690 --> 00:10:16.649 children at all. So it was very foolish for the Charipeir and to leave 118 00:10:16.690 --> 00:10:22.840 their children alone with a cat. But remember, foolish adults were once foolish 119 00:10:22.840 --> 00:10:28.200 children. It was a warm spring night in Paris. The city was lit 120 00:10:28.240 --> 00:10:33.039 with a hazy amber glow that sparkled like the stars and the sky. Whinnie 121 00:10:33.159 --> 00:10:37.070 sat upon her window sill and gazed upward at the sky, making a wish 122 00:10:37.190 --> 00:10:41.389 on every twinkling star, thinking one of them had to have been the first 123 00:10:41.429 --> 00:10:46.629 star of the evening and eventually her wish would come true. Philippe and burn 124 00:10:46.710 --> 00:10:50.139 played a dreadful game of catch with a dead rat that they had found earlier. 125 00:10:50.779 --> 00:10:54.379 The cat nor sat licking its ass, waiting for one of the children 126 00:10:54.419 --> 00:11:00.179 to do anything of interest. As whinnie wished for a pony or a new 127 00:11:00.220 --> 00:11:03.370 dress, or maybe even to know who her real father was, which was 128 00:11:03.450 --> 00:11:09.129 always a heated conversation between her parents, her eyes spied a shadow upon the 129 00:11:09.210 --> 00:11:15.289 roof of the neighboring building. The shadow moved very quickly, almost flying from 130 00:11:15.370 --> 00:11:20.799 rooftop to chimney, from Chiminey to window. Whinnie watched with amazement as the 131 00:11:20.879 --> 00:11:24.919 shadow scaled the wall without any hesitation. Following the shadow was a very small 132 00:11:26.080 --> 00:11:31.000 star that twinkled and moved faster than the shadow itself. Philippe there come to 133 00:11:31.080 --> 00:11:35.830 the window. Whinnie whispered wildly. Philippe and burn put down the dead rat 134 00:11:37.230 --> 00:11:41.389 that noir, the cat pounced upon and shuffled over to her corner and rushed 135 00:11:41.429 --> 00:11:48.340 to the window. What is that, Philipp said sternly. That is impossible. 136 00:11:48.220 --> 00:11:52.460 Philip had a very small imagination and his brain would not accept what was 137 00:11:52.580 --> 00:11:58.419 not acceptable. This paint tastes good, Verne said, eating a piece of 138 00:11:58.460 --> 00:12:03.690 chipped paint as he stared lazily up the window. The shadow stopped immediately upon 139 00:12:03.769 --> 00:12:09.009 hearing the chatter of the children. It turned to face them and as quickly 140 00:12:09.049 --> 00:12:11.649 as it had scaled the walls, it pushed away from the wall and jumped 141 00:12:11.730 --> 00:12:16.279 directly of the Charie Children, who stood at their window, mouse agabed at 142 00:12:16.320 --> 00:12:20.399 the approaching shadow. The shadow careened into the children and knocking them to the 143 00:12:20.519 --> 00:12:24.720 floor. The Cherie children quickly untangled themselves from each other, only to find 144 00:12:24.799 --> 00:12:30.590 that the shadow wasn't a shadow at all, but rather the shadow was a 145 00:12:30.669 --> 00:12:33.830 boy, no older than Whinnie but older than Philippe, who now sat on 146 00:12:33.909 --> 00:12:39.470 the floor rubbing the bump on his head. Why didn't you guys get out 147 00:12:39.509 --> 00:12:41.950 of my way, the boy said angrily. Now I have a bump on 148 00:12:43.029 --> 00:12:46.659 my head. He was an odd little boy. His clothes were sewn from 149 00:12:46.659 --> 00:12:52.059 leaves and animal hide. His hair was twisted with twigs and vines. He 150 00:12:52.220 --> 00:12:58.289 was very dirty and smelled horrible. Who are you, Whinnie, demanded Rais, 151 00:12:58.289 --> 00:13:03.090 seeing herself from the floor and dusting off her nightgown. It matters not 152 00:13:03.289 --> 00:13:07.169 who I am, who are you? He smiled, a smile reminiscent of 153 00:13:07.289 --> 00:13:11.409 a wonderland cat. His eyes were the color of sunsets, go old and 154 00:13:11.529 --> 00:13:16.919 amber with glimmering of the first evening star when he blinked at the boy that 155 00:13:18.120 --> 00:13:22.279 was now sitting upon the dresser, making all the items upon it crashed to 156 00:13:22.360 --> 00:13:26.960 the floor. You are very foolish, you're wrecking our stuff. When he 157 00:13:26.000 --> 00:13:31.070 chided, angrily, approaching the boy, only to find herself being pulled back 158 00:13:31.230 --> 00:13:33.710 and knocked to the floor, she must have fallen harder than she thought, 159 00:13:33.750 --> 00:13:39.389 because she could hear a tinkling noise like a carriage bell ringing fiercely in her 160 00:13:39.509 --> 00:13:43.539 ear. What the hell, Philip examined, rushing as to winny side, 161 00:13:45.100 --> 00:13:48.179 waving his hands as this swatting a fly. Oh, don't mind her, 162 00:13:48.940 --> 00:13:54.019 she just doesn't like you. The boy on the dresser laughs. She doesn't 163 00:13:54.059 --> 00:13:58.529 like anyone. Well, she likes me and and I guess that's what counts. 164 00:13:58.250 --> 00:14:03.409 The tinkling noise moved from Whinnie's ears and followed a greenish yellow flash of 165 00:14:03.490 --> 00:14:07.809 twinkling light that rested gently upon the boy's shoulder. Well, that isn't a 166 00:14:07.809 --> 00:14:11.039 very nice thing to say. When he protested again, rising to her feet, 167 00:14:11.399 --> 00:14:15.879 dusting off her night clothes, who says I have to be nice? 168 00:14:16.200 --> 00:14:20.799 The boy smiled, his grin devilish, revealing very grimy teeth where I'm from. 169 00:14:22.200 --> 00:14:26.830 We don't have to be anything we don't want to be. Verne perked 170 00:14:26.950 --> 00:14:30.909 up to this. So slow as he was, he knew that this piqued 171 00:14:30.990 --> 00:14:35.149 his interest. Where are you from? London women, he laughed to herself. 172 00:14:35.549 --> 00:14:41.220 She aided England. She was a Parisian, and all Parisians hated Londoners. 173 00:14:41.220 --> 00:14:46.100 Where the boy turned his head like a dog being teased by its master. 174 00:14:46.860 --> 00:14:54.049 Don't dumb dog her everyone knows London. Philippe snottily retorted he was not 175 00:14:54.169 --> 00:14:56.730 impressed by this boy. In fact, even though the Sharif family were the 176 00:14:56.809 --> 00:15:01.129 lowest of the low and society of terms, Philip took great joy in believing 177 00:15:01.169 --> 00:15:07.519 that this child was beneath even him. Wherever this London is, I know 178 00:15:07.720 --> 00:15:11.600 not. I come from an island filled with pirates and mermaids. My Gang 179 00:15:11.679 --> 00:15:16.600 and I spent all day chasing the natives and having adventures. You would and 180 00:15:16.080 --> 00:15:20.629 could not imagine the boy sat down on the dresser, his legs crossed and 181 00:15:20.789 --> 00:15:24.870 his eyes dreaming. Well, I don't believe you. When he sat on 182 00:15:24.990 --> 00:15:30.029 her bed. She really was becoming quite annoyed with this boy. If you 183 00:15:30.149 --> 00:15:35.309 came from an island, how is it that you are here. I flew, 184 00:15:35.980 --> 00:15:37.899 the boy said, as if it were a reasonable way to get somewhere. 185 00:15:39.539 --> 00:15:43.019 My Ass, you flew, when he swore, this was getting to 186 00:15:43.059 --> 00:15:46.500 be ridiculous. This boy was obviously touched in the head. Granted, she 187 00:15:46.700 --> 00:15:50.330 did see him jump from roof to roof, but hell, that was jumping. 188 00:15:50.370 --> 00:15:56.690 Vern spoke up. I flew once. Papa threw me up in yeah, 189 00:15:56.129 --> 00:16:00.409 so high that I could see in the windows, but Mamma called him 190 00:16:00.450 --> 00:16:04.960 and turned quickly and wasn't there to catch me. He rubbed the dent in 191 00:16:06.039 --> 00:16:11.399 his forehead and I never flew again. He's sadly looked far into the distance, 192 00:16:12.039 --> 00:16:18.590 caught in a memory he could not could no longer remember. Indignantly, 193 00:16:18.950 --> 00:16:22.350 the boy stood up, crossed his arms, the smile long gone. The 194 00:16:22.509 --> 00:16:29.110 Sun had set in his eyes and now burned red like molten lava. I 195 00:16:29.710 --> 00:16:34.179 did to fly, did not when he laughed, really wanting this boy to 196 00:16:34.220 --> 00:16:38.620 leave, Philippe and vern had joined her on the bed. Philippe, too 197 00:16:38.980 --> 00:16:42.620 was annoyed by the boy, and vern, well, vern had become very 198 00:16:42.700 --> 00:16:48.289 interested in something up his nose. Did too, I'll show you, and 199 00:16:48.450 --> 00:16:52.570 with that the boy jumped from the dresser and flew around the room, creating 200 00:16:52.610 --> 00:16:56.769 a horrible flurry of air, causing the room to become disheveled. Well, 201 00:16:56.970 --> 00:17:03.320 mid you can fly, Whennie, Philippe and vern all gasp, and you 202 00:17:03.639 --> 00:17:08.599 can to the boy laughed standing on the window sill. But how? It 203 00:17:08.799 --> 00:17:15.000 is amazing how children can go from annoyance to jubilation when faced with the possibilities 204 00:17:15.039 --> 00:17:19.509 of doing something impossible. Well, all I do is think of a happy 205 00:17:19.589 --> 00:17:26.190 thought and really believe in that happy thought, and then boom, I'm flying. 206 00:17:27.589 --> 00:17:32.779 Well, I can do that. Philippe smiled, as can I shouted, 207 00:17:32.859 --> 00:17:37.059 Burn Bullshit. When he said I think happy thoughts all the time, 208 00:17:37.140 --> 00:17:41.019 it might be never leave the ground. It was now time for the boy 209 00:17:41.140 --> 00:17:45.210 to be annoyed with winning. Maybe you just didn't believe enough, he taunted. 210 00:17:45.650 --> 00:17:49.210 Maybe you think too narrowly and have accepted the world for what it is 211 00:17:49.769 --> 00:17:55.529 and not what it could be. Or maybe you haven't tried it from any 212 00:17:55.730 --> 00:18:00.799 great height. He smiled. I do not think narrowly, how rude you 213 00:18:00.960 --> 00:18:03.599 are. When he blustered, I can think of a happy thought, I 214 00:18:03.880 --> 00:18:10.680 too will be able to fly. Well then the boy's eyes glimmered. Show 215 00:18:10.839 --> 00:18:15.349 me with that. The gauntlet had been thrown and winning could not back down 216 00:18:15.829 --> 00:18:21.549 by I will. When he stood up from the bed and pulled the boy 217 00:18:21.750 --> 00:18:25.950 off the window sill. Nor the cat looked on with disinterest. As Winnie, 218 00:18:26.029 --> 00:18:30.940 believe and burn stood on the Window Ledge. The boy stood behind them, 219 00:18:30.299 --> 00:18:34.660 the twinkling light tinkling terribly fast in his ear. He smiled a smile 220 00:18:34.740 --> 00:18:40.700 that made the devil nervous. Now, think of the happiest thing you can 221 00:18:40.859 --> 00:18:45.049 think of and then close your eyes and believe that it can come true. 222 00:18:47.170 --> 00:18:52.049 The three closed their eyes, furrowed their brow and thought and held each other's 223 00:18:52.089 --> 00:18:57.039 hands tightly as if making a wish. Now the boy's voice grew low. 224 00:18:59.279 --> 00:19:03.359 Jump, and then the Shari children did, and the boy rushed to the 225 00:19:03.400 --> 00:19:07.240 window just in time to see the children fall several floors down and smash their 226 00:19:07.279 --> 00:19:11.390 heads upon the brick road. He laughed because it reminded him of the time 227 00:19:11.509 --> 00:19:15.750 that he and his gang had dropped meltons off of a clip onto the rocks. 228 00:19:15.190 --> 00:19:19.349 The melons, like three children's head, exploded upon impact, splattering Bisra 229 00:19:19.509 --> 00:19:23.619 all over the place. The little twinkling light fiercely chimed at the boy. 230 00:19:25.500 --> 00:19:33.099 Oh I forgot you also needed Pixie dust. He laughed and laughed and laughed. 231 00:19:34.539 --> 00:19:40.369 Now let's be off to where was it? They said London. There 232 00:19:40.450 --> 00:19:45.250 must be smarter children there, and with that he flew out the window, 233 00:19:45.609 --> 00:19:51.650 with the twinkling light close behind. Yeah, girl for Anon, you will 234 00:19:51.730 --> 00:19:56.000 reach mask. This is Jana. How I can't help you data. It's 235 00:19:56.319 --> 00:20:00.200 CABASA. What the parast is going on there? Oh yeah, I just 236 00:20:00.400 --> 00:20:03.920 finished cleaning a break room. I'm got very take our trash out. Dana, 237 00:20:03.960 --> 00:20:07.549 listen to but Jordan can just call me and said you guys wiped Chad's 238 00:20:07.630 --> 00:20:11.750 bread too much and now he's Drun on himself. Yeah, no, Dad, 239 00:20:11.789 --> 00:20:15.190 guys, bad news. Did you get chat out the phone for me 240 00:20:15.269 --> 00:20:18.630 then? Hey, sweet Christ in a CRIP. You know those things are 241 00:20:18.670 --> 00:20:23.019 not a goddamn toy. Where's the dark guy? Yeah, he's only time 242 00:20:23.259 --> 00:20:26.500 in a California. I don't care. Get Him there. Oh yeah, 243 00:20:26.619 --> 00:20:30.460 that's going to take a couple of day data. I know the technology that 244 00:20:30.539 --> 00:20:33.980 we have there and I said get it there now. And where's the broaduct? 245 00:20:34.539 --> 00:20:37.730 Yeah, Jeez, cheese into closet still. Is anyone going to let 246 00:20:37.769 --> 00:20:42.490 her out? Yo, mustter warranted. Said we can't have people coming out 247 00:20:42.529 --> 00:20:45.809 of a closet in June. He's got a point there. Did someone need 248 00:20:45.930 --> 00:20:48.410 me? Doc? I can't go into a lot of detail here, but 249 00:20:48.730 --> 00:20:56.640 if you hit somebody with enough electro magnetic energy that you need to change their 250 00:20:56.680 --> 00:21:00.880 drool egg every ten minutes, what's the best way to undo that? I 251 00:21:00.400 --> 00:21:06.430 don't think I understand data. Could you get jetting, get I dot? 252 00:21:06.589 --> 00:21:08.670 Oh Oh wow, that's incredible. Didn't they let me go? Well, 253 00:21:08.710 --> 00:21:12.390 I think that we could start with why the Christ do you on the phone 254 00:21:12.430 --> 00:21:15.670 now? Well, I'm sorry, I got confused. Well, can you 255 00:21:15.710 --> 00:21:18.309 get back where you should be? Is that better? Yeah, bunch better. 256 00:21:18.349 --> 00:21:26.220 I believe that exposure to large quantities of music may spark some memories that 257 00:21:26.579 --> 00:21:30.980 could revert him back to his normal states. Great Data. You heard of? 258 00:21:30.140 --> 00:21:33.970 Take Chet out to the listed lab and just run out whatever music we 259 00:21:34.049 --> 00:21:37.410 have laid around. I don't know, give like a grape cracker but cream 260 00:21:37.450 --> 00:21:41.569 cheese and go ahead and said Dr Jack Bow wherever the hell he was, 261 00:21:41.849 --> 00:21:45.650 and get Lloyd on working on a wrap up. Oh Yeah, what about 262 00:21:45.650 --> 00:21:48.839 arial? Boy's right, we can't have talent coming out of the closet. 263 00:21:48.960 --> 00:21:52.160 June. That's that's just bad taste and I don't want US get canceled. 264 00:21:56.799 --> 00:22:00.079 Thank you for listening to down to folk oh one. The full story of 265 00:22:00.160 --> 00:22:06.150 mass children suicide was written and performed by the now world famous Brid Jordan. 266 00:22:06.990 --> 00:22:11.269 This episode also contained a whole lot of chat doing things that only he understands. 267 00:22:12.230 --> 00:22:18.380 Distribution is still provided by the POD fix network. At pod fix Networkcom, 268 00:22:18.299 --> 00:22:25.700 we are at DTF stories across social media and our website is DTF storiescom. 269 00:22:26.619 --> 00:22:32.329 Support for this show comes from listeners like you. Visit DTF storiescom slash 270 00:22:32.410 --> 00:22:34.890 support to find out how you too can become complicit in all of this. 271 00:22:37.210 --> 00:22:41.289 On behalf of the Ministry of augmented something, something and a k. This 272 00:22:41.490 --> 00:22:53.880 is Lloyd Warrington signing off. You've been listening to a podcast of the pod 273 00:22:53.960 --> 00:22:59.910 fix network. 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