May 5, 2021

Claudette and the Goat, man

Claudette and the Goat, man

A young maiden looks for love; while May gets a visitor.


A young maiden looks for love; while May gets a visitor. 

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WEBVTT 1 00:00:04.480 --> 00:00:09.470 Welcome to down to folk. It appears that are by weekly transmissions are not 2 00:00:09.669 --> 00:00:13.269 deterring you from listening, so we have decided to take things to the next 3 00:00:13.269 --> 00:00:17.429 level. Hide your wife, hide your kids. Down to folk will now 4 00:00:17.550 --> 00:00:23.660 be releasing weekly episodes. Speaking of celebrations, apparently today is some kind of 5 00:00:23.820 --> 00:00:29.339 made up holiday called Sinco Dam Mayo, which is allegedly some kind of Spanish 6 00:00:29.339 --> 00:00:33.259 speaking holiday. So, in an attempt to show the diversity of our team 7 00:00:33.380 --> 00:00:37.210 here at mask, we will be presenting the introduction of this episode in both 8 00:00:37.289 --> 00:00:43.409 English and in Spanish. For those just joining us, our show contains elements 9 00:00:43.490 --> 00:00:48.409 that are at times adult in nature. It is best not to listen with 10 00:00:48.530 --> 00:00:52.119 children, but we aren't looking over your shoulder to assure you are not. 11 00:00:53.399 --> 00:00:57.359 As a reminder, aerial cooksie of the malice podcast, and Chad Brock, 12 00:00:57.439 --> 00:01:02.000 Braider of the perfect package podcast, are the parties responsible for this abomination. 13 00:01:03.200 --> 00:01:08.109 Take it away, letitia grass. Yes, Senor Guarrington, be in Benito. 14 00:01:08.150 --> 00:01:12.109 are down to folk. Go more nom that to the LAS Agrados Gouchas, 15 00:01:12.109 --> 00:01:17.510 Davasura, see Alguna. The last coursays this. The programer soon off 16 00:01:17.549 --> 00:01:23.620 and see us see Alguna, the LAS Cosasun de Malgosto or a Himplo Louquestoia 17 00:01:23.659 --> 00:01:29.739 Sien Nour a mismo AD acrx say that the malice podcast Stabien so alo Nooka 18 00:01:29.819 --> 00:01:33.810 like gonna see, though, but also Namutelliente, Jeff broke, rather that 19 00:01:33.930 --> 00:01:38.489 the perfect package forcast is unamier that no SONA Mala Persona, but appostadia the 20 00:01:38.569 --> 00:01:42.810 neo. I guess that's a lovious Menos, said lad so Bo. Look 21 00:01:42.810 --> 00:01:46.810 at the Videtta me Narcnesto. But I could put us well, Dato Vida 22 00:01:47.359 --> 00:01:51.319 Love, when I not thecy I skillos episodios Gordos or looking noise Im Sea 23 00:01:51.480 --> 00:02:05.909 Lord. Also, come on, Claudette wasn't beautiful, which was fine, 24 00:02:06.590 --> 00:02:13.069 she didn't mind, but she also had a horrifying temper. And in those 25 00:02:13.110 --> 00:02:17.500 days and to purse print wasn't really a thing. So she often smelled vaguely 26 00:02:17.580 --> 00:02:24.219 of Bacon. Not Cooked Bacon, that might be okay, but like a 27 00:02:24.340 --> 00:02:30.770 package of Bacon that had been opened and then sat out uncooked on the counter 28 00:02:31.050 --> 00:02:38.610 for eleven hours. Not that I know from experience, just something I've heard 29 00:02:38.810 --> 00:02:44.599 from time to time. The young woman deeply loved to sing and would sing 30 00:02:44.800 --> 00:02:51.240 constantly. When she did, passers by what offen beer off their course to 31 00:02:51.360 --> 00:02:59.550 listen. It was a thing of well terror. The brave travelers would speed 32 00:02:59.750 --> 00:03:06.389 towards her garden at breakneck speeds with swords drawn to slay whatever ferocious beast was 33 00:03:06.509 --> 00:03:12.590 bleeding their horrific screams. When they would come upon her, they would shudder. 34 00:03:14.300 --> 00:03:17.780 I don't think I mentioned, but she was also a KLEPTOMANIAC. She 35 00:03:17.939 --> 00:03:23.500 didn't need to steal. Her parents were quite well to do and would grant 36 00:03:23.539 --> 00:03:30.729 their daughters every whim. It didn't improve her personality, though. She was 37 00:03:30.889 --> 00:03:36.770 spoiled and, if we're going to be completely honest here, her best quality 38 00:03:36.969 --> 00:03:43.240 is probably that she was a heavy sleeper. Her parents knew she was coming 39 00:03:43.240 --> 00:03:46.759 of age to marry and wanted to make a suitable match for their daughter. 40 00:03:49.080 --> 00:03:53.599 They knew it would be a challenge, but despite all of her lacking traits, 41 00:03:54.830 --> 00:04:00.909 they knew their daughter had something highly desirable. Cold hard cash money, 42 00:04:02.669 --> 00:04:10.460 they hired an artist to paint a very flattering portrait of her that slightly resembled 43 00:04:10.500 --> 00:04:15.339 a donkey, though it was a marked improvement, and they spread them around 44 00:04:15.540 --> 00:04:24.290 the town and to neighboring kingdoms advertising the dowry they were offering to take their 45 00:04:24.329 --> 00:04:31.889 daughter's hand. Fifty thousand gold coins, a priceless rubby necklace, three horses, 46 00:04:32.529 --> 00:04:40.920 two ponies, one sow and a hog, four sheep, tin chickens, 47 00:04:41.480 --> 00:04:46.040 two roosters, a goat, four cows, a Spool of copper twine, 48 00:04:46.680 --> 00:04:53.029 twenty yards of silk, ten yards of satin, fifteen yards of Velvet, 49 00:04:53.790 --> 00:05:00.509 fine gold cording and a pouch of fine gems. She was really, 50 00:05:00.389 --> 00:05:09.620 really dislikable, I can't stress this enough. And so the suitors began to 51 00:05:09.699 --> 00:05:15.180 trickle in. It sounded like winning the lottery. So what if she was 52 00:05:15.500 --> 00:05:20.490 kind of plain? She probably had other qualities that recommended her to be a 53 00:05:20.529 --> 00:05:27.970 great wife, but each in turn might as well have created a suitor shaped 54 00:05:28.009 --> 00:05:34.170 hule for it as quickly as they abandoned the pursuit upon meeting her. She 55 00:05:34.370 --> 00:05:44.120 wasn't plain. She was imagine Mister Potato Head, but with the features in 56 00:05:44.279 --> 00:05:51.790 the wrong holes. They weren't all shallow jerks, though, and many of 57 00:05:53.110 --> 00:05:59.670 them were more than happy to get to know her, but with each one 58 00:06:00.389 --> 00:06:06.939 she immediately began to complain about them and everything else and when she tired of 59 00:06:08.060 --> 00:06:14.180 complaining, she began to sing, which often prompted hawks to screech above. 60 00:06:15.300 --> 00:06:23.250 Some even remarked she sounded like the WINDIGO. Anyone who made it beyond that 61 00:06:23.490 --> 00:06:29.810 and actually came close enough to kiss her hand took one whiff and just couldn't 62 00:06:29.810 --> 00:06:36.319 handle it. One vomited on the spot and one with a rather sensitive constitution 63 00:06:38.120 --> 00:06:45.439 fainted. There was, however, a ruggedly handsome, swarthy nobleman who set 64 00:06:45.519 --> 00:06:51.949 his sides on this unpleasant woman. He was dripping with snobbery, but despite 65 00:06:53.069 --> 00:06:58.990 his title and fine home, he had reached dire straits financially due to pissing 66 00:06:59.069 --> 00:07:03.860 away his money on gambling and the drink. She could be his golden ticket 67 00:07:04.579 --> 00:07:11.980 back into the finer things, but there was no way his vanity would let 68 00:07:12.019 --> 00:07:17.769 him be tied to such a horrifically awful woman. So he hatched a sinister 69 00:07:17.889 --> 00:07:27.050 plot to wed the woman, acquire her wealth and then murder her. When 70 00:07:27.089 --> 00:07:32.519 he strode upon the property following his masterfully written introduction, the young woman looked 71 00:07:32.519 --> 00:07:40.240 up expecting more disappointment, but felt her heart beat with a flutter of love 72 00:07:40.759 --> 00:07:47.470 at first sight. This strapping man was gorgeous and she already knew he was 73 00:07:47.670 --> 00:07:55.790 well read, romantic and from a fine family. He laid eyes on her, 74 00:07:56.350 --> 00:08:01.819 grimacing only in the eyes while he kept his glowing smile firmly in place. 75 00:08:03.139 --> 00:08:09.100 She had a grayish hue to her skin and the gracelessness of her lumbering 76 00:08:09.220 --> 00:08:16.250 towards him, singing was almost too much to handle. They had really under 77 00:08:16.410 --> 00:08:26.240 souled her plainness in that portrait. Boonjeou Mademoiselle wousitrebee. He had been told 78 00:08:26.480 --> 00:08:35.080 she was fluent in French. She wasn't. She giggled in reply and extended 79 00:08:35.200 --> 00:08:41.360 her hand. He leaned to kiss it and the foul bacon smell accosted his 80 00:08:41.590 --> 00:08:48.230 nostrils burning. He steeled himself, planted a delicate kiss and a rose, 81 00:08:48.269 --> 00:08:56.460 quickly holding his breath. Her parents absolutely adored the young man and his genteel 82 00:08:56.500 --> 00:09:01.539 manners. He spent a week in their stately home, going for walks in 83 00:09:01.659 --> 00:09:07.100 the garden and horse riding with her. Half the time she was grunting or 84 00:09:07.779 --> 00:09:16.529 complaining, but would in each vitriolic statement with but you got it. On 85 00:09:16.730 --> 00:09:22.730 the final day the pair were wed and the dowry paid servants loaded up her 86 00:09:22.809 --> 00:09:28.600 belongings on to the horsebacks and in an open air carriage that would be taking 87 00:09:28.759 --> 00:09:37.200 them back to his home. She was elated. He was too, she 88 00:09:37.399 --> 00:09:43.870 had no way of knowing it was for a far more nefarious purpose. When 89 00:09:43.909 --> 00:09:48.470 they arrived at his stately manner, he excused himself so she could settle in, 90 00:09:50.149 --> 00:09:56.019 servants attending to her needs and wishes. When he re emerged, she 91 00:09:56.179 --> 00:10:00.419 was seated in a little nook sipping what appeared to be a glass of wine. 92 00:10:01.580 --> 00:10:05.740 She looked like an ox in address, but it wouldn't be a problem 93 00:10:05.860 --> 00:10:13.330 for long. Wife. Could I bring you another glass? She smiled, 94 00:10:15.049 --> 00:10:20.799 revealing her crudely cobbled mosaic of teeth. That would be lovely, Darling. 95 00:10:22.919 --> 00:10:28.720 He poured the wine with a devou smile, adding a little something extra. 96 00:10:28.840 --> 00:10:37.190 This glass would be special. He watched her sipping intently. Any moment now 97 00:10:37.350 --> 00:10:43.389 there was enough arsenic in that drink to kill a wars. No need to 98 00:10:43.470 --> 00:10:50.500 be settled. The servants already hated her and she'd been there only a matter 99 00:10:50.580 --> 00:10:56.659 of hours, but she finished a glass without incident. He stared at her 100 00:10:56.860 --> 00:11:03.139 in shock, but quickly composed himself. The Hour was getting late. Maybe 101 00:11:03.730 --> 00:11:11.370 he hadn't put in as much poison as he thought. She could die overnight, 102 00:11:11.570 --> 00:11:16.929 in her slumber maybe, but the next morning she rose fresh as a 103 00:11:18.049 --> 00:11:28.320 daisy. Look, listen, you know you know what I mean. Her 104 00:11:28.360 --> 00:11:33.549 husband arranged for a trip to the lake for a swim, and the two 105 00:11:33.629 --> 00:11:39.110 set out in their swimming clothes. As they waited into the water, he 106 00:11:39.309 --> 00:11:43.870 started to splash her, laughing, and her mighty arms slapped water at him 107 00:11:45.509 --> 00:11:50.700 like it's tsunami. He took a gulp of air, then pounced upon her, 108 00:11:52.179 --> 00:11:58.860 pushing her beneath the water forcefully. He could feel her wiggling and writhing, 109 00:11:58.340 --> 00:12:05.610 but finally no more bubbles emerged. He felt her sink beneath his grasp. 110 00:12:07.129 --> 00:12:15.330 He swam with urgency to the shore, finally rid of the unsufferable winch. 111 00:12:16.360 --> 00:12:22.039 Moments later, though, she came walking out of the water serenely. 112 00:12:22.559 --> 00:12:28.039 Well, I mean I am about as serenely as the water buffalo can. 113 00:12:30.750 --> 00:12:37.029 That was a fun game. Look, I found a show. She sang 114 00:12:37.110 --> 00:12:43.070 the entire way back to his home. That hadn't worked. It hadn't worked. 115 00:12:43.740 --> 00:12:50.100 His anger was flaring and he vowed to kill her that night by suffocating 116 00:12:50.139 --> 00:12:56.620 her with a pillow as she drifted off into peaceful slumber. Remember, she 117 00:12:56.860 --> 00:13:03.409 was a really heavy sleeper. It was her best quality. He crept into 118 00:13:03.529 --> 00:13:09.889 her room, taking a pillow and shoving it onto her face. She barely 119 00:13:11.009 --> 00:13:16.399 moved. When he stood up, however, her lifeless body stirred and she 120 00:13:16.600 --> 00:13:24.720 shot upright, gasping for air. Why in God's name you think you're doing, 121 00:13:24.799 --> 00:13:31.350 she strie. Why won't you die, he screamed, running at her 122 00:13:31.389 --> 00:13:37.149 again with the pillow. She stood up and back handed him to the ground. 123 00:13:37.509 --> 00:13:43.779 She knew his dark designs now and could see him for the beast he 124 00:13:43.220 --> 00:13:50.299 was. She seized the lantern he had brought into the room and smashed it 125 00:13:50.460 --> 00:13:54.850 to the floor, flames beginning to lick about in the oil and wood. 126 00:13:56.049 --> 00:14:01.289 She walked straight through the fire, catching a light and grabbed him by the 127 00:14:01.490 --> 00:14:07.289 neck. If one of us is going to die, it's going to be 128 00:14:09.129 --> 00:14:15.639 you. She was nowhere to be found. When the smoldering remnants of the 129 00:14:15.799 --> 00:14:24.590 formerly stately panner were discovered, the servants stood outside, shivering despite the warmth 130 00:14:24.669 --> 00:14:30.750 of the morning, but only one charred corpse was found in the rebel. 131 00:14:31.549 --> 00:14:37.269 No one knew who had gotten out alive. The two had pretty much the 132 00:14:37.429 --> 00:14:45.340 same stature. When her parents spotted her limbering up towards their house, they 133 00:14:45.539 --> 00:14:52.250 both ran to her in shock. Claudette what happened. She shared the story 134 00:14:52.370 --> 00:14:58.690 with them both, and they apologized over and over for letting her wed such 135 00:14:58.730 --> 00:15:03.529 a cruel and callous man. No woman deserves to be treated in such a 136 00:15:03.690 --> 00:15:13.879 manner, even one who is ill tempered and really fucking gross. But how 137 00:15:13.960 --> 00:15:18.799 would she survived? The arsenic, the attempt to drowning, the suffocation? 138 00:15:20.549 --> 00:15:30.549 Well, that's simple really. Her father was an extremely brilliant but extremely reckless 139 00:15:30.549 --> 00:15:35.820 scientist. When Claudett, as a child, had been trampled to death by 140 00:15:35.940 --> 00:15:43.460 a horse and carriage, body parts dismembered and others crushed beyond believe, he 141 00:15:43.580 --> 00:15:48.980 obsessed about bringing her back, and so he enlisted the help of his valet 142 00:15:50.730 --> 00:15:56.169 to retrieve the remains from this in symetery and to find other parts that could 143 00:15:56.210 --> 00:16:03.929 be viable from other graves to replace those that couldn't be used. With care, 144 00:16:03.919 --> 00:16:11.600 he stitched the rotting flesh together, fixated on his creation. When he 145 00:16:11.679 --> 00:16:18.039 had completed piecing her together, he lifted her on to a table and wheeled 146 00:16:18.159 --> 00:16:23.429 her into a lightning storm, placing metal rods in her neck to attract the 147 00:16:23.590 --> 00:16:33.220 electricity, and it worked. She had been reanimated. Doctor Frankenstein kissed his 148 00:16:33.379 --> 00:16:38.019 daughter on the head and put his arm around her shoulder as they walked back 149 00:16:38.220 --> 00:16:48.889 to the house. Dad's stop er please. She then hobbled away towards the 150 00:16:49.009 --> 00:16:55.049 garden, where she spied a rabbit, ripped its head off and ate it 151 00:16:55.570 --> 00:17:07.799 then in the air. She was seriously the worst. Well, wasn't that 152 00:17:07.920 --> 00:17:14.000 a delightful tale of abuse, bribery, neglect and necromancy, the foundation of 153 00:17:14.079 --> 00:17:18.910 any good story. I wonder what went wrong then, but you get it. 154 00:17:19.869 --> 00:17:25.029 It still seems like one piece of the puzzle was missing. Perhaps Chad 155 00:17:25.109 --> 00:17:33.339 found it. Let's head down to the camp fire and find out. May 156 00:17:33.500 --> 00:17:41.220 Blacksmith looked at the rusty knife in her hands and felt unstable. She walked 157 00:17:41.259 --> 00:17:45.809 over to the window and reflected on her current situation. She had always hated 158 00:17:47.049 --> 00:17:53.289 a beautiful city of Dallas with all its petite, pretty little parks. It 159 00:17:53.450 --> 00:18:00.839 was a place that encouraged her tendency to feel slightly unstable. Then she saw 160 00:18:00.000 --> 00:18:06.759 something in the distance, or rather someone. It was the figure of Mark 161 00:18:07.079 --> 00:18:12.750 Bishop. He was a scruffy, gruff being with grubby little fingers and clammy 162 00:18:12.829 --> 00:18:18.549 skin. May gulped. She glanced at her reflection. She was tight fisted, 163 00:18:18.029 --> 00:18:25.349 curvaceous, a wine drinker with long, thin fingers and moderate to dry 164 00:18:25.390 --> 00:18:29.660 skin. Her friends saw her as an angry, bitter author, but despite 165 00:18:29.940 --> 00:18:33.660 all her heart edges once she had jumped into a river and saved a drowning 166 00:18:33.700 --> 00:18:38.940 kitten. But not even an angry bitter person who had once jumped in a 167 00:18:38.980 --> 00:18:44.690 river and saved a drowning kitten was prepared for what Mark Hadn't store. Today. 168 00:18:45.130 --> 00:18:49.849 The rain started slapping against the window, making may anxious. As may 169 00:18:49.930 --> 00:18:56.920 stepped outside and mark came closer, she could see that sinister glint in his 170 00:18:56.119 --> 00:19:00.519 eye. I am here because, mark bleeded in a creepy tone, and 171 00:19:00.640 --> 00:19:07.279 he slammed his fist against maize chest with the force of a thousand goats. 172 00:19:07.200 --> 00:19:11.950 I hate you, May, may looked back, even more anxious now, 173 00:19:12.150 --> 00:19:18.190 still gripping the rusty knife, but only for continuity purposes. If she had 174 00:19:18.230 --> 00:19:22.430 set it down before walking outside, I would have mentioned that Mark, you 175 00:19:22.670 --> 00:19:27.259 should have stayed in fort worth, she replied angrily. bitterly. They looked 176 00:19:27.259 --> 00:19:33.619 at each other with a chorus of mixed feelings, like two rain soaked rats 177 00:19:33.619 --> 00:19:38.849 running around a very pretentious dinner party, you know, like ones that have 178 00:19:40.089 --> 00:19:45.490 jazz music playing in the background and two overdressed drunk uncles bobbing to the beat. 179 00:19:45.769 --> 00:19:48.890 Suddenly, mark lunged forward and tried to punch may in the face. 180 00:19:49.569 --> 00:19:56.119 quickly, may raised her rusty knife that until that moment had no purpose in 181 00:19:56.160 --> 00:20:00.119 the story and brought it down, sinking it deep into mark's neck. Mark's 182 00:20:00.240 --> 00:20:07.039 clammy skin trembled in his grubby little fingers desperately reached for May's dress. As 183 00:20:07.119 --> 00:20:10.710 he slumped to the ground, he looked surprised. He rolled to his back 184 00:20:10.750 --> 00:20:15.109 and stared into the sky. The rain continued to smack him in the face, 185 00:20:15.950 --> 00:20:21.740 filling his mouth and occasionally going up his nose, because rain is condensation 186 00:20:21.900 --> 00:20:26.380 that falls from the sky and visible droplets and has no thoughts or emotions. 187 00:20:26.500 --> 00:20:30.940 Rain doesn't know that it's uncouth to slap someone in the face and fill up 188 00:20:30.940 --> 00:20:34.220 their mouth when they're laying on the ground with a rusty knife in their throat. 189 00:20:34.460 --> 00:20:40.250 It just does rain things. It's all it knows. Mark let out 190 00:20:40.250 --> 00:20:45.890 a deep sigh, one of those really good deep yoga style lion breaths, 191 00:20:45.130 --> 00:20:49.480 except maybe it gurgled a little, you know, because rain. And then, 192 00:20:49.880 --> 00:20:56.200 after a few moments, Mark Bishop was dead. They went back inside 193 00:20:56.319 --> 00:21:00.440 and changed into a pair of dry compy PJ's and poor herself a glass of 194 00:21:00.599 --> 00:21:07.109 wine. That night may slip peacefully, far too peacefully for a woman that 195 00:21:07.230 --> 00:21:11.349 had just murdered her only child. But she had lasted years ago when he 196 00:21:12.190 --> 00:21:25.019 started worshiping Satan and became the goat man of Fort Worth. And as this 197 00:21:25.180 --> 00:21:30.900 episode of down to fulk draws to a clothes we find answer child death. 198 00:21:30.859 --> 00:21:37.609 Our bostardized version of the bride of Frankenstein was written and performed by aerial cooksie 199 00:21:37.650 --> 00:21:41.650 of the malice podcast. 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