Turtling


Turtling

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G’morning.


G’morning.

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Roadside attraction


Roadside attraction

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Monday Mystery: A Time to Die

Local Towns Map

Note: Last week Raygan chose a easy mystery.

Doc Blue has cracked the case!

Solution: Rob Doyle was a producer with a grudge. His latest made-for-TV movie had just received disastrous reviews from the three most influential critics in town, making him the laughing-stock of LA. Rob swore revenge. In his basement, he rigged up a special videocassette tape that was capable of short-circuiting an electrical system.

A few days later, when the critics came home and opened their mail, they found a package supposedly from the network head’s office. The enclosed letter read: “You are my favourite cirtic. Please reivew the enclosed tape. It’s our newest project and I would love to hear your opinion.”

Eagerly, each critic slipped the cassette into his VCR. But something went wrong – the tapes got stuck and wouldn’t play. They ejected their tapes to examine them. But as they touched the tapes to pull them out, they completed the circuit, electrocuting themselves and causing a power surge. Each body was found lying in front of the VCR – each machine’s clock flashing 12:00.

The Case:

In August, 1995, three people were murdered in neighbouring towns, all by the same method. Near each body was a stopped clock. When the police investigated the scenes they happened to notice that each clock was set at exactly the same time.

The Mystery:

Why were the clocks set at the same time? How were the three victims killed?

Hint #1: The police had trouble “producing” the criminal.

Hint #2: Each clock was set at 12:00 – 12:00 – 12:00 (Not so helpful after P-Tone’s question, but it’s what the card says.)

Note:

You’re free to ask anything, but Jurd can only answer your questions with:

  • Yes
  • No
  • Yes and No
  • Irrelevant
  • I don’t know
  • Rephrase your question
  • Define what you mean by…

Disclaimer: Monday Mysteries are culled from the 1993 Milton Bradley game, Crack the Case – but don’t go peeking.

Skinner Co. makes no claim to the intellectual property presented here, we’re just a number of friends playing a board game in a digital living room.

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FP529 – Mulligan Smith in The Death of Harm Carter, Part 3 of 3

Welcome to Flash Pulp, episode five hundred and twenty-nine.

Flash PulpTonight we present Mulligan Smith in The Death of Harm Carter, Part 3 of 3

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Flash Pulp is an experiment in broadcasting fresh pulp stories in the modern age – three to ten minutes of fiction brought to you every Friday evening.

Tonight, Mulligan Smith discovers the truth about the death of a hero of two plagues.

 

Mulligan Smith in The Death of Harm Carter, Part 3 of 3

Written by J.R.D. Skinner
Art and Narration by Opopanax
and Audio produced by Jessica May

 

Tonight, Mulligan Smith discovers the truth about the death of a hero of two plagues.

 

Flash Pulp is presented by http://skinner.fm, and is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0 Unported License.

Intro and outro work provided by Jay Langejans of The New Fiction Writers podcast.

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Secret of Mana is a weird game


Secret of Mana is a weird game

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FP528 – Mulligan Smith in The Death of Harm Carter, Part 2 of 3

Welcome to Flash Pulp, episode five hundred and twenty-eight.

Flash PulpTonight we present Mulligan Smith in The Death of Harm Carter, Part 2 of 3

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Flash Pulp is an experiment in broadcasting fresh pulp stories in the modern age – three to ten minutes of fiction brought to you every Friday evening.

Tonight, Mulligan Smith, private investigator, meets an unlikely source of information regarding his missing client.

 

Mulligan Smith in The Death of Harm Carter, Part 2 of 3

Written by J.R.D. Skinner
Art and Narration by Opopanax
and Audio produced by Jessica May

 

Flash Pulp 528

 

Flash Pulp is presented by http://skinner.fm, and is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0 Unported License.

Intro and outro work provided by Jay Langejans of The New Fiction Writers podcast.

Freesound.org credits:

Text and audio commentaries can be sent to comments@flashpulp.com – but be aware that it may appear in the FlashCast.

– and thanks to you, for reading. If you enjoyed the story, tell your friends.

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Monday Mystery: The Peeping Tom Murder

Window Spy

Update: Raygan wins again! See you next Monday.

Solution: Tom had shot his wife to death years earlier. On a Most Wanted program on his neighbor’s TV, he saw a re-enactment of his crime and a police drawing that looked exactly like him. Knowing he would be recognized, he shaved his head and mustache, removed his false teeth, and drove off to look for a safer location.

Note: Last week Raygan chose a hard mystery.

The Case:

Tom Youst enjoys using his binoculars to spy on his neighbors. One night, he sees something unexpected in the apartment across the way – the shadowy image of a man shooting a woman. Tom immediately goes into his bathroom, shaves, and removes his false teeth. He then packs a suitcase, gets into his car and drives out of the city.

The Mystery:

What did Tom see through his binoculars? Where did he go, and why?

Hint #1: Locked till 5PM

Hint #2: Locked till 9PM

Note:

You’re free to ask anything, but Jurd can only answer your questions with:

  • Yes
  • No
  • Yes and No
  • Irrelevant
  • I don’t know
  • Rephrase your question
  • Define what you mean by…

Disclaimer: Monday Mysteries are culled from the 1993 Milton Bradley game, Crack the Case – but don’t go peeking.

Skinner Co. makes no claim to the intellectual property presented here, we’re just a number of friends playing a board game in a digital living room.

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Flop


Flop

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CCRC44 – The Pirates of Dark Water, S1E1

The Pirates of Dark Water

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Tonight your hosts, Hugh of HughJODonnell.com, Rich the Time Traveler, Jurd, and Opop, undertake the pirate life

Chrononaut Cinema Reviews is presented by http://skinner.fm and http://hughjodonnell.com, and is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Noncommercial 3.0 Unported License.

This isn’t the version we watched, so no guarantees:

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