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October 29, 2023 32 mins

[...]including but not limited to: Escape, Attempted Escape, Possession of Materials plausibly utilized for Escape, Conspiracy to Escape, and Tampering With Intention to facilitate Escape. Actions constituting any immediate or direct Threat to Health, Safety, and/or Security shall be dealt with accordingly, up to and concluding[...]

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Written by Alexander Williams & Matthew Riddle. Starring Natalie Morales, Alex Boling, Tara Buck, Jay Jones, Raphael Corkhill, Rachel Rosenbloom, Anna Homler, and Noah Feinberg. 

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Speaker 1 (00:04):
Thirteen Days of Halloween Penance, a co production of iHeart
three D Audio Blumhouse Television and Grim and Mild from
Aaron Nanke. Headphones recommended, Listener discretion advised.

Speaker 2 (00:22):
What is it a map? It doesn't look like any
map I've ever seen. I know for a fact someone
uses to escape. Well kind of, we just have to
crack the code. Concentric circles. Maybe the different cell blocks?
Are they round? I don't know. What about these symbols?

(00:43):
This one in the middle looks like an eye. Hmmm,
we're gonna need help. What about our neighbor frip. Yeah,
I wish, but he's made it clear he doesn't want
to be involved. I'm sorry. I don't have more to offer.
It all seems so complicated, but it can't really be right,
Like if the staff used these to get around. Some

(01:04):
of them are dumb as bricks, especially the guards. What
is it? Well, it might be a suicide mission, but
there is one more person I can ask, no, no, no, no,

(01:28):
am I crimes?

Speaker 3 (01:34):
How do I get back?

Speaker 2 (01:35):
Crimes?

Speaker 3 (01:35):
I have to get back. I need to get back.

Speaker 2 (01:38):
It's me Saury.

Speaker 3 (01:43):
Saori, Wait, tell me which one? Which one? Are you?

Speaker 2 (01:52):
Same as always, God crimes. What happened to you? They
just locked you up like any other prisoner.

Speaker 3 (01:58):
Happened to me? What happened to me? What happened to me?

Speaker 4 (02:03):
Every time I think I have it, lose it, and
then I've lost, I've lost.

Speaker 3 (02:09):
I've lost it. I'll never be allowed to leave, I'll
never be able to go back back.

Speaker 2 (02:13):
But where do you want to go? Back to crimes?

Speaker 3 (02:16):
Where?

Speaker 4 (02:18):
How can I say? How would I tell you? If
I can't show you? It's just I've just lost again.
The can't hold it, the kid hold it? Please please sorry.

Speaker 3 (02:34):
Me help me.

Speaker 2 (02:38):
Let's say I can. Will you do something for me?

Speaker 3 (02:42):
Something? Anything? Nothing?

Speaker 2 (02:46):
Right?

Speaker 5 (02:47):
Some?

Speaker 2 (02:47):
Any none? If I get closer, will you stay calm?
If I hand you something, will you promise to give
it back? You have to promise or I can't help you.

Speaker 3 (03:05):
Mm hmmm mm hmm.

Speaker 2 (03:08):
Have you ever seen anything like this before?

Speaker 3 (03:12):
It's that yeah, yeah.

Speaker 2 (03:15):
The Pendleton?

Speaker 3 (03:17):
Yes, yes, that sounds right.

Speaker 2 (03:21):
Can you tell me? Is this really a map?

Speaker 6 (03:24):
The map?

Speaker 3 (03:26):
I see I have one?

Speaker 6 (03:27):
Right?

Speaker 4 (03:30):
He put my keys, put my podcast, they took them,
They took everything.

Speaker 7 (03:38):
Hey, hey, hey it's okay, it's okay.

Speaker 2 (03:40):
Just focus now. This is very important. How does it work?

Speaker 3 (03:44):
How does it work?

Speaker 2 (03:46):
The map? Do you know how it works?

Speaker 3 (03:49):
The map? No?

Speaker 2 (03:52):
No? Did you before?

Speaker 3 (03:57):
No?

Speaker 2 (03:59):
Okay, do you know who does?

Speaker 3 (04:02):
No one?

Speaker 7 (04:03):
No one knows.

Speaker 3 (04:05):
They did someone did along long time ago? What hell?
Everybody forgot?

Speaker 2 (04:17):
But wait? If no one knows how it works, how
do you use it?

Speaker 3 (04:22):
The white rooms?

Speaker 2 (04:24):
White rooms?

Speaker 3 (04:25):
There? The doors?

Speaker 2 (04:28):
What kind of doors?

Speaker 3 (04:29):
White doors?

Speaker 2 (04:31):
Where do they go?

Speaker 8 (04:33):
Well?

Speaker 6 (04:33):
I was supposed to where I went? But where I
still land? Where I will be and never leave and
never be alone, never alone. I will never be alone again.
I will never be alone again, never alone. I will
never be alone again.

Speaker 3 (04:44):
I will never be alone again.

Speaker 2 (04:53):
Have you ever seen one of these white rooms? White rooms?
Doors glowing with light? My second day hear, I ran
through one behind the cafeteria. At the time, I wasn't
really sure what I was seeing, But now I wonder
if that's a portal to another part of the pen
or maybe out of here. I know where one is?

(05:14):
Really where at the end of the hall?

Speaker 7 (05:17):
What?

Speaker 9 (05:18):
How do you know that I used it to get here?

Speaker 2 (05:21):
I always do? But why have I never seen it?

Speaker 7 (05:24):
I don't know.

Speaker 2 (05:26):
I can only ever seem to find it at night?
And what you just waltz through, no problem except that
it is loud inside. Okay, it's settled, then we go
that way. I just have to figure out how to
break out of my cell. Let's see what we have
to work with your pillo. It's where I keep the

(05:49):
extent of my earthly possessions. Besides one esoteric map that
may or may not be too cryptic to use. There's
this key I built in the machine shop that probably
does open anything, but works wonders at scraping away mortar.
One book the mirrors. It's interesting, actually I should read

(06:09):
some of it to you. This necklace, yeah, the pen
returned that to me, but it's not mine. I had
one really similar, but the other half of the moon.

Speaker 9 (06:20):
I think it's mine.

Speaker 2 (06:22):
Really wow, that's uh oh well, hey, please take it back.
You don't want it. I'm just keeping it in my pillowcase.
You might actually get away with wearing it here let me.
They also returned my juicy fruit. Do you want a piece?

(06:43):
Maybe later? I think you are forgetting something. Well, there's
just cold. I was given fifteen sixty, but as that
was a product of my own deduction, I'm starting to
think it's as worthless as the key. No, something else?

Speaker 10 (07:01):
Come here?

Speaker 2 (07:02):
Okay, closer, closer.

Speaker 9 (07:10):
One, Bobby, Oh.

Speaker 2 (07:14):
Right, for my haircut? For maximum security. This place can
be pretty lax. Hey, you don't think we could? Could
we use this to pick the lock?

Speaker 11 (07:34):
Yeah?

Speaker 2 (07:34):
No, Well, at least I'll be able to keep my
hair out of my eyes. Anything else not that I
can think of, looks like this is it?

Speaker 9 (07:52):
Oh shit?

Speaker 2 (07:54):
What? Well? It may be crazy, but I have one
idea for the come or maybe the book.

Speaker 12 (08:02):
Lock up two minutes.

Speaker 7 (08:03):
Everyone in your cells, Hey, no problem, boss, happy to oblige.

Speaker 5 (08:11):
Right, Rodriguez, but quietly one loves of which you concut?

Speaker 2 (08:20):
It's Martinez. Eureka. Ready as I'll ever be? Which way

(08:45):
over here around the east corner. I can't believe this
has been here the whole time. You want to go first?
For good luck, I'd rather follow you. Here goes nothing.

Speaker 7 (09:25):
Hey, I'm here.

Speaker 13 (09:28):
Where'd you go?

Speaker 5 (09:30):
This way?

Speaker 13 (09:32):
I can't see you?

Speaker 7 (09:33):
Follow my boys, it's so loud.

Speaker 2 (09:37):
Almost there?

Speaker 7 (09:42):
Now?

Speaker 2 (09:44):
What are you?

Speaker 9 (09:46):
Okay?

Speaker 7 (09:48):
Yeah?

Speaker 2 (09:50):
Why are we in the bathroom? There's so many baths.
I'm never really sure where they will lead. This is
a lot nicer than ours. They even have toilets. Maybe
this is I don't know the executive.

Speaker 7 (10:03):
Wing, carpet, wallpaper.

Speaker 2 (10:09):
Or definitely not in sea block anymore. Which way. Yeah,
I'm gonna say this map is useless. We're just gonna
have to pick a direction and try it. It would
help if we knew what we were looking for. Okay, here,
do be damned. If we see this ax again, we'll
know we've made a circle.

Speaker 9 (10:28):
Run hide.

Speaker 2 (10:33):
Sh you want to get out of the closet. Okay,
there are practically a million doors here. How about this one,
the kitchen, the laundry.

Speaker 7 (10:57):
What's that? Uh trash?

Speaker 2 (11:02):
A swimming pool? Feel like a dip. Maybe we can
swim to safety?

Speaker 7 (11:08):
Uh No, not me. You can't swim.

Speaker 2 (11:11):
I just don't like water. Did jim? What they call
the recreation area around here? Don't you recognize it?

Speaker 7 (11:21):
Hmmm?

Speaker 2 (11:22):
I don't think so. I could have sworn I saw
you here once, really from a distance, but I don't
think you saw me. What's that the Panoptogon tower and
all seeing eye in the the eyeball on the map.
If that's the tower, it's right in the middle, and
maybe from the top we can see a way out.

(11:44):
I can't see inside one way glass it's probably crawling
with guards, but it might be our best chance, or
our only chance.

Speaker 9 (11:53):
I'll go if you call.

Speaker 2 (11:58):
Well, no One on the first floor. That is the
longest spiral staircase I've ever seen, thirteen fourteen. What are
you doing counting the steps twenty fifty ninety.

Speaker 9 (12:20):
One to fifty?

Speaker 2 (12:22):
I can't believe it. They aren't watching anything. There's no
one in here, and why would there be. There's nothing
to see, no outside, no sky, just more and more
rooms and corridors and cells. This is fucking hopeless. What
does the map say?

Speaker 7 (12:43):
The map? You mean this fucking paper white?

Speaker 2 (12:50):
What do you want to do now? I feel like
I fucked this all up. We almost had everything we needed.

Speaker 9 (12:57):
We could have made it.

Speaker 2 (12:59):
We should have. I should have waited till I knew more,
until I had a plan, a real plan. This was
slap dash, it improvised, impulsive. I took our one chance
and wasted it. We are not dead yet. Come on,
let's go down and look around some more. On forty nine,

(13:21):
on forty seven, I'm sorry that was pathetic. There's really
no precedent for this situation, but that's just like me
to completely lose my cool at the dumbest possible moment
mercurial my mother used to call me. Really, I feel
like I'm getting better. If nothing else, my time here

(13:42):
has taught me a little bit of patience. It's been
a hard lesson to learn. All the best lessons are
you are really remarkable. Even if this escape ends up
a huge failure. I'm glad we got to do it together.

Speaker 8 (13:59):
Me too.

Speaker 2 (14:01):
I can't believe this, but I I don't even know
your name. I'm cy Si, Yeah, you know, like ci
Ah Right, I'm Lily Lily, like the flower Lily. That's nice.
It's a nickname, really a translation. Don't tell anyone, but

(14:25):
my real name is Sayuri. Wait what.

Speaker 8 (14:31):
Hey?

Speaker 3 (14:31):
What are you doing? You can't be in here?

Speaker 13 (14:33):
Shit is way get back there.

Speaker 7 (14:36):
This is the same hallway as before. Hurry, that's my
axe on the wall. Come on faster. Wait what are
these doores?

Speaker 2 (14:42):
Even?

Speaker 7 (14:42):
Say? C? Nine one one, B twelve forty seven A
fifteen sixty?

Speaker 13 (14:47):
Wait?

Speaker 7 (14:48):
What the store fifteen sixty? The code locked?

Speaker 3 (14:52):
Shit?

Speaker 2 (14:54):
But what if we have to hurry? This is insane?

Speaker 7 (14:57):
But what if the key I made good?

Speaker 2 (15:01):
God of incomprehensible mercy. It's another white room.

Speaker 10 (15:05):
Go through.

Speaker 13 (15:12):
Hey, I made it.

Speaker 7 (15:13):
Come on, Lily, where'd you go?

Speaker 13 (15:20):
Are you there? Hey, Lily, help me?

Speaker 7 (15:43):
I'm stuck.

Speaker 10 (15:46):
Fuck fuck fuck?

Speaker 2 (15:47):
Okay, okay, maybe she found her own way. Yeah, yeah, yeah,
maybe she's just on the other side. I just have
to make my way through. Okay, maybe maybe over Oh no,
no so maybe so maybe this ow?

Speaker 11 (16:02):
Ow?

Speaker 7 (16:03):
How does anyone now?

Speaker 2 (16:06):
Okay? Okay, go slowly?

Speaker 13 (16:08):
No?

Speaker 1 (16:08):
No?

Speaker 2 (16:15):
Where am I moment?

Speaker 1 (16:16):
Please?

Speaker 2 (16:17):
Front office?

Speaker 3 (16:19):
Hold?

Speaker 1 (16:19):
Please?

Speaker 2 (16:19):
How did I just one moment? Please?

Speaker 7 (16:22):
Front office?

Speaker 14 (16:23):
Are you still there?

Speaker 9 (16:24):
Just another moment?

Speaker 14 (16:25):
Please?

Speaker 2 (16:27):
Thank you for waiting.

Speaker 14 (16:28):
Now do you have an appointment?

Speaker 4 (16:31):
Miss?

Speaker 2 (16:32):
Oh? You're asking? Do you have an appointment to see him? Him?

Speaker 10 (16:36):
Why?

Speaker 9 (16:36):
The warden?

Speaker 2 (16:37):
Of course, the warden. I found. No one sees the warden.

Speaker 14 (16:41):
Not without an appointment. But he has a free minute.
Now if you can be quick about it, I run office. Yes,
all right, let me put you on hold. Please through
the door now.

Speaker 7 (16:53):
Please, thank you. I'm not an office. Are you still there?

Speaker 14 (16:59):
Okay?

Speaker 2 (17:00):
Please continue.

Speaker 8 (17:02):
Statistical analysis of the last fiscal years suggests an overall
two percent decrease in the retention of staff within the
facilities and.

Speaker 10 (17:09):
Perstruction two percent.

Speaker 8 (17:12):
However, oh dear, it seems that there was an oversight
in a collection of data from the outset, calling the
validity of the entire survey into question.

Speaker 10 (17:22):
The entire survey is based.

Speaker 8 (17:24):
On the officer's analysis of the analysis. Will need Oh dear,
you're not gonna like them. Just tell me a full
review of the review process between all department heads and
we both know.

Speaker 3 (17:35):
What that means.

Speaker 10 (17:36):
Wait, don't say it.

Speaker 8 (17:38):
You'll need to assemble a new subcommittee to investigate the incongruity.

Speaker 10 (17:41):
No anything, but is there really no other word?

Speaker 14 (17:45):
Please?

Speaker 10 (17:46):
I'm begging you? Oh my sorry, so sorry? Hello, please
come in.

Speaker 8 (17:51):
First things first, we'll have to submit the applications to
request the properly.

Speaker 10 (17:56):
My apologies. Did we have an appointment?

Speaker 3 (18:00):
No?

Speaker 10 (18:01):
I please have a seat?

Speaker 7 (18:05):
Uh?

Speaker 9 (18:05):
Where right?

Speaker 10 (18:10):
Please? So what is this about?

Speaker 9 (18:15):
Okay?

Speaker 10 (18:16):
I I should know, But the truth is I've been
a little behind schedule since Oh well, honestly, I'm not
sure there is any tax to catch up. So we
don't have to do what we can while we are.
But why don't we start with you? What is your
resident number? My resident number? You should have been given

(18:39):
one during your requisition before there was a full accounting
of your personal effects, not to self investigate review process
to verify standard percentures with requisition offers in regards to
best practices. Yes, they did EXPLENDID and the number it
was alpha?

Speaker 2 (18:57):
Something was I expected to remember that?

Speaker 10 (19:01):
M How about your name? We could cross reference alpha
residents by name.

Speaker 7 (19:07):
Well, that's the thing. It's Siuri Martinez.

Speaker 10 (19:12):
Martinez, Martinez Martinez. Let me see, let me see. Oh,
oh well that's odd.

Speaker 2 (19:19):
What what's odd?

Speaker 10 (19:21):
You said it was under alpha?

Speaker 2 (19:23):
I think so.

Speaker 10 (19:24):
Well, then we have a problem here. Oh dear, what
is it? Two fives one alpha one beta, both with
the resident number s AE one five six zero. You
said Rodriguez or Martinez Martinez.

Speaker 2 (19:41):
It's always been Martinez Martinez Martius.

Speaker 10 (19:44):
Oh dear, I see what happened here? This can't be
You both shouldn't of course signed off one Doctor Raymond?

Speaker 3 (19:57):
But why.

Speaker 5 (20:00):
Run of there?

Speaker 10 (20:01):
Can you get doctor Raymont on the phone?

Speaker 3 (20:03):
Please?

Speaker 5 (20:03):
But sir, every line is already on hold. We can't
take another call, let alone make one.

Speaker 10 (20:08):
Oh bother, I do apologize. We'll have to hurry this along.

Speaker 2 (20:11):
Are you going to tell me what's going on?

Speaker 10 (20:15):
HM? In this world, miss Martinez, there are certain apparencies,
oddities cases You couldn't call unnatural, because all are in
some way of nature, but its most capricious tricks to form.
There are too many descriptives to choose from, some societal,

(20:37):
some spiritual, some scientific. Of them all, I prefer the
term anomaly. Time and time again, history has shown that
public life functions at its most harmonious with the minimum
of these anomalies in its midst And that is what
our facility is for. Perhaps rather assuredly during your time here,

(21:01):
that the pen is not like other places. That is
my design, as far back as anyone remembers, and indeed
long before I myself held this office, the directive has
been clear. To detect, to locate, to procure, to study,
to rehabilitate, if possible, but above all, to separate these

(21:24):
disruptive elements from the rest of society. Excuse me.

Speaker 2 (21:30):
Saying that's true, Then what does it have to do
with me?

Speaker 7 (21:35):
Are you trying to say that I'm one of these cases?

Speaker 2 (21:38):
Then what makes me anomalous?

Speaker 10 (21:42):
Maybe you, maybe her, maybe neither of you, except for
the fact that you shouldn't be here together.

Speaker 7 (21:49):
So it was a mistake, a grave one. Then let
me go, Let us go.

Speaker 10 (21:56):
I wish I could you're the warden?

Speaker 13 (21:58):
Are you in charge?

Speaker 10 (22:00):
You know the last time I left this desk, Miss Martinez,
me neither.

Speaker 3 (22:06):
I am not in charge.

Speaker 10 (22:07):
The system is, I am, but its implement less than
an extremity, not its head, not even an armor toe,
a single nerve operating amidst a chain that cannot be broken,
at least evolve from the inside out. You may feel
that your liberty has been stripped away. You must, but

(22:28):
know that mine has long been dead and buried.

Speaker 5 (22:31):
Sir Section C is calling a ten to seventy four,
possibly too two.

Speaker 10 (22:35):
Ten seventy fours. Oh dear, do we have the file sport?

Speaker 5 (22:40):
I'm looking, but there's some confusion on the name. Seems
like a filing air between two primary cases.

Speaker 10 (22:47):
We'll need to completely change the agenda just one moment.

Speaker 5 (22:50):
Well, I don't think now.

Speaker 2 (22:51):
Is that's about me?

Speaker 1 (22:55):
Isn't it?

Speaker 3 (22:56):
Or he or both of you?

Speaker 10 (22:59):
They're coming, I'd say, they're on.

Speaker 2 (23:01):
Their way to throw me in my cell. We're solitary
again or worse. And then what.

Speaker 8 (23:12):
M hm.

Speaker 10 (23:17):
You may have heard it's impossible to escape this place.
Idious bye and bye. Everyone gives up, But that doesn't
mean you have to.

Speaker 2 (23:32):
I thank you, But I don't understand. Why are you
doing this?

Speaker 10 (23:41):
Because I know it's hopeless, But why should you believe
that just because I said it?

Speaker 2 (24:00):
Pendleton with its million fucking doors, Oh you can't escape,
but you can follow a million stories and land on
your ass right in the middle of a what even
is this place?

Speaker 11 (24:11):
Say?

Speaker 7 (24:12):
Really, where did you we got away?

Speaker 9 (24:15):
I did too.

Speaker 2 (24:17):
Listen, we gotta talk about something, you and me. I
think I know what you're going to say, that you
are and you are, but we're not not what the
same like I am me and you are you? Unless
I've got it backwards. Either way, It's nice to find
you again. Yeah, I guess we'll circle back on that.

(24:41):
Okay for now, maybe we still have a chance. But
where are we? Is this a water treatment plant? Seems
like a solid guess, feel like a swim now?

Speaker 8 (24:58):
Whoa?

Speaker 2 (25:01):
Well we can fit at least for the moment. If
this gets into a wade through sewage, crawl through shit situation,
I'll make it. If it gets above neck deep, you
might have to leave me behind. I would never What.

Speaker 5 (25:15):
Was that.

Speaker 7 (25:17):
Side control? Go ahead, you're desalination.

Speaker 3 (25:21):
Now side what you are going to runs through that bipe?
What if you get stuck, what about windsor tide comes
even tied?

Speaker 2 (25:38):
You know there's only one way out of this, your
choice to make it difficult tide? Yeah, what about that valve?

Speaker 12 (25:46):
Got them control prepared, descaling, I'll be with this.

Speaker 7 (25:53):
What exactly do you think that's gonna do? Why don't
we find out together? Back up? That's it?

Speaker 9 (26:06):
What did you think would happen?

Speaker 7 (26:08):
Flush them out?

Speaker 3 (26:10):
Nut jute? Be scaling?

Speaker 7 (26:13):
What initiate be scaling?

Speaker 14 (26:17):
Shit?

Speaker 7 (26:18):
Now get over here and we'll make it. Step otherwise
you can wait there and drown.

Speaker 2 (26:25):
Is this the end looks like it?

Speaker 8 (26:28):
You know?

Speaker 2 (26:29):
There is actually one thing I forgot to mention? What
no time? Just pass me your necklace.

Speaker 7 (26:34):
Okay, now now close your eyes tight. Whatever happens, don't
open them until I say so. Okay, got it closed.
This is it. I'm counting to five.

Speaker 12 (26:44):
Perfect one house mana two manaa mana manna manap.

Speaker 7 (26:54):
Just get your eyes close. A scaling solution, and dude.

Speaker 2 (27:03):
I guess that was a bluff. You can look now.

Speaker 9 (27:08):
Where did they go? What was that?

Speaker 2 (27:11):
A gift someone gave me? Seems more like a curse
that too, Come on, God, that's cold. I don't know
how I'm gonna do this. You might want to take
your shoes off.

Speaker 7 (27:30):
Is the water getting deeper or is the pipe getting smaller?

Speaker 9 (27:34):
Maybe both.

Speaker 7 (27:37):
Gneeze, waist, shoulder, neck. We're going to have to swim
for it. I know. I'm not sure I can hold
on to me. We'll go together. Okay, Okay, big breath.

Speaker 9 (28:01):
You'll be Yeah, I'm fine.

Speaker 2 (28:04):
Did you see it? What the lights up ahead? I
didn't see any light.

Speaker 9 (28:09):
It's some kind of opening.

Speaker 2 (28:10):
I'm sure of it. Whatever happens, swim towards it.

Speaker 7 (28:14):
Okay, whatever happens.

Speaker 8 (28:15):
What do you mean?

Speaker 9 (28:15):
Eyes open, straight ahead.

Speaker 2 (28:18):
Swim as fast as you can.

Speaker 7 (28:19):
You got it. You're you're not.

Speaker 2 (28:21):
Gonna hold on.

Speaker 9 (28:21):
You'll be faster alone.

Speaker 15 (28:23):
We both will, okay, Hi ready, okay? Three?

Speaker 7 (28:28):
Two h.

Speaker 10 (28:59):
H I see.

Speaker 11 (29:14):
Ye see show bye, see see show bye. You see
see show bye. You see fallow Save God?

Speaker 2 (29:29):
Show guy.

Speaker 11 (29:30):
You see fellow Save God, Show guy say fellow Save God.

Speaker 13 (29:36):
Show Lily, Lily, m hm, Lily, can you hear me?

Speaker 7 (29:54):
I can see it.

Speaker 2 (30:04):
There's the life.

Speaker 7 (30:10):
It's it's the outside.

Speaker 15 (30:26):
Oh yeah, I see guys.

Speaker 1 (30:43):
Thirteen Days of Halloween Pennance, starring Natalie Morales, Episode eleven
Escape written by Alexander Williams and Matthew Riddle, featuring the
voices of Alex Bowling, Tara Buck, Jay Jones, Raphael Corkil,
Rachel Rosenbloom, Anda, and Noah Feinberg. Directed by Alexander Williams.

(31:04):
Executive producers Aaron Manke, Noah Feinberg, Chris Dicky, Matt Frederick
and Alexander Williams. Supervising producers Trevor Young and Josh Thain.
Producers Jesse funk Rima Ilkali, Noami Griffin, Chandler Mays, and
Casby Bias. Script editing by Lauren Vogelbaum, Story consultants Ben
Bolan and Matthew Riddle. Casting by Sunday Bowling CSA and

(31:28):
Meg Mormon CSA. Production coordinator Wayna Calderon. Production assistants Jenna
Johnson and Winona Lowe. Theme music by Rose Azerti with
vocals by Anna Hummler, recorded at This Is Sound Design
Studios in Burbank, California. Engineered by Ross ERRONEU Special thanks
to Romelia Osorio, Nathan Rule, Glen Nishida, and Rob Mosca.

(31:52):
Thirteen Days of Halloween was created by Matt Frederick and
Alexander Williams, and is a production of iHeart Podcasts, Blumhouse
Television and Grim and Mild from Aaron make Learn more
about the show at Grimandmild dot com. Slash thirteen days
and find more podcasts from iHeartRadio by visiting the iHeartRadio app,
Apple Podcasts, or wherever you listen to your favorite shows.

(32:15):
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