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Flash Pulp

FC145 – Birds are Dinosaurs

Prepare yourself for: The Game of Thrones Prequel, Pride, Another Premium Moment, and Transparent Continue reading »

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FP536 – Transparent

Tonight, we take a brief journey into one possible future. Continue reading »

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FC144 – Three-Fingered Abe

Prepare yourself for: Beer empire kidnapping, sock height conflict, a possible guest, and premium JMay Continue reading »

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FP535 – Bunny: Haunted, Part 3 of 3

Tonight, we hear another story, this time from the lips of the too-grateful dead. Continue reading »

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FC143 – Opa.

Prepare yourself for: Mob games, Skinner Co. travels, terrified Americans, and robot friends Continue reading »

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FP534 – Mulligan Smith in Haunted, Part 2 of 3

Tonight, Mulligan Smith, private investigator, seeks a dead man in a haunted world. Continue reading »

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FP533 – Haunted, Part 1 of 3

Tonight, we begin a tale of things stolen, and things better left buried. Continue reading »

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CCR54 – The Ballad of Andy Crocker (1969)

Join the Chrononauts for some made-for-TV Vietnam War trauma Continue reading »

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FP532 – Sapper

Tonight, a brief tale of another life, though one perhaps not entirely unfamiliar. Continue reading »

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FP531 – What Remains: A Mother Gran Story

Tonight, we visit briefly with an old friend along a northern lakeside. Continue reading »

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