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October 31, 2023 34 mins

Through its Facilities, Programs, and Services, the Pendleton provides Residents with time, space, and opportunity to Reflect. However, the Rehabilitative efforts of the Institution can only go so far. Resident Reflection shall be the sole responsibility of both Resident and Reflection in parallel with each particular Sin. 

WHEREVER YOU GO, HERE YOU ARE

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Written by Alexander Williams. Starring Natalie Morales, Miguel Perez, Sandra Valladares, Blaire Chandler, Morgan Brown, Jeff Bowser, Sunday Boling, Erin Aster, Raphael Corkhill, Joseph Whipp, Rachel Rosenbloom, Chris Jai Alex, Jay Jones, Anna Homler, and Wilbur Fitzgerald.  

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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 Mankey Headphones recommended. Listener discretion advised.

Speaker 2 (00:28):
And so finally I was free, but I was hopelessly lost.

Speaker 3 (00:37):
At first.

Speaker 2 (00:37):
The motivation was simple, get as far as fast as
fucking possible from that island. I remember the moment I
finally lost sight of it, and there was nothing but
water on every horizon. I didn't know how to navigate
at sea, and even if I had, I had no
idea where in the world I was. So I picked

(00:59):
a direction and followed it, and.

Speaker 3 (01:02):
I kept a record.

Speaker 2 (01:03):
Day one escaped hill. The days were long, the moon
was bright. I slept as little as possible, and I
ran as long as I could, and day two I
ran out of gas. There were some provisions on the
lifeboat and I rationed everything out, but it wasn't enough.

Speaker 3 (01:24):
To start with.

Speaker 2 (01:26):
Day three out of food, day four out of water.
Things start to get hazy after that, and there was
no escape from the sun. The fifth day was the storm.

(01:48):
All I could do was keep the rudder in my grip.
I managed not to capsize, but lost both my paddles
and the remainder of my strength. Six sunburnt, sleepless, starving,
and dehydrated. This is where my recollection and my logs

(02:11):
fail me.

Speaker 4 (02:14):
I am dying.

Speaker 2 (02:19):
Somewhere in there. I lost consciousness. Hey, I lost so

(02:46):
many Crystal, I mean, it was a surprise to wake
up at all. At first I could only tell that

(03:08):
it was a hospital. It turned out I was in Colombia.

Speaker 5 (03:11):
Service on this stance loc pasoe bass Amilia.

Speaker 2 (03:24):
Uh yes, yes, familia.

Speaker 3 (03:28):
Yes see.

Speaker 2 (03:31):
Even before I was abducted, it had been a long
time since I talked to mom and Dad. Luckily they
haven't changed their number since nineteen ninety seven.

Speaker 4 (03:40):
Hello Mom, Mom, it's fiery.

Speaker 3 (03:45):
Is did you say?

Speaker 4 (03:46):
Is that really?

Speaker 5 (03:48):
Yeah?

Speaker 3 (03:48):
Mom, it's me.

Speaker 6 (03:50):
Give me the phone.

Speaker 1 (03:51):
Who is this Dad?

Speaker 3 (03:53):
It's sign no Dad?

Speaker 1 (03:58):
Is it really?

Speaker 5 (04:00):
Sorry?

Speaker 3 (04:01):
Yeah, Dad, it's me.

Speaker 2 (04:08):
It's a It's a long story, but it's over now.
Turns out i'd been missing for a year. Everyone thought
I was dead. Mom and Dad offered to wire me
some money. Wanted to get me home right away, but
it turned out to be more complicated. Guista this ah

(04:34):
Grasias monsrat grasias port touda todos SuDS ancido tom Buenos
go Migo, with no identification and no record of my
entry in South America. Proving my identity to the FEDS
turned out to be tricky, and it kept me in
Colombia a full another year. Grace gaze, this ya been

(04:57):
aliment espero cassi casi. I never got to thank the
fishermen that rescued me some two hundred kilometers from shore,
unconscious and adrift, probably within an inch of my life,
but I had an approximate location of where they picked
me up. Very little else survived of my trip. I

(05:19):
had lost the key, I had lost the map. The
only evidence I had of my experience was the library book,
swollen and weather worn, my notes scribbled within the margins. Greo, gracias,
gracias milgrasi.

Speaker 7 (05:36):
Aquista, Hi.

Speaker 3 (05:42):
Sayuri Rodriguez.

Speaker 2 (05:46):
It's funny how sure of yourself you can be going
into something, and how much that can change by the
time you make it out the other side.

Speaker 6 (05:53):
Ulloa.

Speaker 2 (05:58):
Maybe my name really was Rodriguez, and it had been
the whole time, and somewhere along the way I had
just gotten confused something in the trauma in the abduction
hell in the drugs had noted a screwless. I know
it didn't make any sense, and I knew that at

(06:20):
the time, but I buried the logic beneath my feelings.
For the first time and longer than I could remember,
everything felt right with the world, and I just wanted
to go home. Wellscenta Aurembarcanoasa, Washington, DC. The trip terrified me,

(06:41):
not only having to prove who I was time and
time again.

Speaker 1 (06:46):
Your name is Rodriguez, it is yeah, is.

Speaker 8 (06:50):
The name you were born with?

Speaker 2 (06:52):
Yep?

Speaker 1 (06:56):
Well, mister Rodriguez.

Speaker 8 (06:59):
What was the reason for your travel?

Speaker 2 (07:02):
But also even before all of this, I hadn't seen
my parents and well, you can just pull over here,
I'll walk the rest of the way. Here we go.
I was surprised to see my key still worked. Maybe

(07:23):
I should have knocked hello, Mom, Dad?

Speaker 7 (07:31):
Sayuri is that her?

Speaker 9 (07:34):
Who are you? Can I help you?

Speaker 6 (07:36):
Mom?

Speaker 3 (07:36):
Dad? I know it's been a long time, but.

Speaker 4 (07:40):
I don't you are you telling me you're the one
we've been and sending money?

Speaker 2 (07:46):
Dad?

Speaker 10 (07:46):
I don't know how you've found out about us, how
you've thought you would pull this off.

Speaker 3 (07:50):
But whoever you are, you've taken everything You're gonna get
I can only imagine what you've gone through. But it's me, Sayuri.

Speaker 4 (07:58):
You don't even look like her emergency.

Speaker 3 (08:01):
There is an intruder in our.

Speaker 2 (08:02):
Own You really don't know me, do you.

Speaker 11 (08:05):
How did you think you get foolish guys like you
didn't even try.

Speaker 3 (08:09):
I'm sorry, I'm sorry.

Speaker 1 (08:10):
I'll go home.

Speaker 6 (08:10):
I hope you pay for this.

Speaker 1 (08:12):
I hope they looked you away forever.

Speaker 6 (08:16):
I hope you.

Speaker 2 (08:22):
With nowhere else to go. I did something probably only
psychopaths and victims do. I returned to the scene of
the crime. Well, my car is still here.

Speaker 3 (08:35):
Huh.

Speaker 2 (08:36):
That's the most parking tickets I've ever seen.

Speaker 4 (08:39):
Good morning, good afternoon, Hi coffee, it's for the customers, right,
thank you? Sugar's in that?

Speaker 2 (08:50):
Never mind you found it?

Speaker 3 (08:53):
Tell me is the manager in?

Speaker 2 (08:55):
I'm sorry, no, and I never really know when they'll
be here.

Speaker 3 (08:59):
How long have you worked here?

Speaker 2 (09:01):
Almost two years? What's your name? Maddie?

Speaker 3 (09:07):
Hi, Maddie.

Speaker 2 (09:07):
I'm sorry, Oh man, that is good coffee. I had
nothing to offer, no reason, no cover, not even a bribe.
Maddie had no reason to help me, but she did.

Speaker 4 (09:22):
No sorry, uh No. Customers under the name Talbot am
I spelling it correct?

Speaker 2 (09:29):
Me? That would be my guess. It was probably expecting
too much. Wait, I totally forgot there was a camera
in here. Any idea how long the footage stays backed up?
Two year old security footage seemed like a slim chance,
especially given my luck that day.

Speaker 3 (09:51):
And yet.

Speaker 1 (09:53):
I was just curious if your boss was you see
I have a return.

Speaker 2 (09:59):
A return, Yes, we don't really take.

Speaker 6 (10:02):
Well, that's why I wanted to come in person, sort
of a special circumstance.

Speaker 2 (10:08):
Okay, okay, you have it with you in my car.

Speaker 6 (10:12):
Your car should be pretty easy for you.

Speaker 10 (10:15):
I balked, right in front, right, sure.

Speaker 2 (10:18):
Why not?

Speaker 3 (10:20):
That's it? What about the parking lot?

Speaker 4 (10:23):
I think it's motion detected just for this room.

Speaker 6 (10:27):
Who is she.

Speaker 2 (10:29):
Someone that's in trouble?

Speaker 12 (10:32):
Go on the back.

Speaker 4 (10:33):
I'll cover you.

Speaker 3 (10:34):
Thank you?

Speaker 12 (10:35):
But why I don't know what happened to your friend.
I hope she's okay, but you seem like you need
help to and I'll.

Speaker 10 (10:42):
Go Hello, miss, I was wondering if you could hello Hello.
I was wondering if you could answer a few questions
for me.

Speaker 4 (10:52):
You're not this isn't about those library books and a
version Oh I'm so sorry that The truth is I
lost one and I no.

Speaker 10 (11:00):
No, nothing like that. Listen, have you seen a woman
come in here?

Speaker 2 (11:05):
A woman in here? Why?

Speaker 4 (11:08):
Yes?

Speaker 3 (11:09):
Lots today, just now today? No, not today.

Speaker 10 (11:15):
There wasn't a dark haired woman in here just before me?
Maybe said she used to work here?

Speaker 2 (11:20):
Mmm? No, don't think so.

Speaker 3 (11:23):
Uh what she do?

Speaker 10 (11:27):
Miss? Do you have access to the footage from this camera?

Speaker 4 (11:32):
That?

Speaker 10 (11:33):
Oh?

Speaker 2 (11:33):
No, I don't want you to be mad?

Speaker 4 (11:38):
Why because it it doesn't work.

Speaker 2 (11:43):
I'm sorry.

Speaker 10 (11:45):
Oh okay, pull it together, no crime.

Speaker 2 (11:51):
Nice job, Maddie, Oh you one?

Speaker 3 (11:57):
Okay?

Speaker 2 (11:59):
Come on, old car, Yes, fucking corse of God never fails. Now,
I'll better see about these parking tickets. Whoops, added to
my sentence. So things weren't perfect, really, they were pretty
fucked up. I had lost my family, lost my identity.

(12:22):
I was on the run from the cops and no
doubt others. But I was free, and I intended to
keep it that way. If anything that I remembered had
actually happened to me, trying to convince anyone of it
would sound fucking crazy. I felt crazy, but also elated.
I knew I could never go back to my old life,

(12:42):
but you know what. My old life sucked. The universe
is said not to give many second chances, and I
intended to.

Speaker 3 (12:49):
Use mine to the fullest.

Speaker 2 (12:54):
The little money I had left stolen, I guess from
the family. Rodriguez brought me all the way west, and
I didn't stop until I hit the ocean, back against
the wall. It had gotten me out before I found
myself in a nice town, big enough to blend in,
but small enough not to get lost.

Speaker 12 (13:14):
Go to an Americano for say uri.

Speaker 2 (13:18):
Sure, I never had much of a career, no real specialties,
but I found at least one thing I.

Speaker 1 (13:25):
Was good at.

Speaker 7 (13:27):
First of all, put these on. So take one of these,
line it up and.

Speaker 4 (13:35):
Like that, Wow, have you done this before?

Speaker 2 (13:40):
I started working on the ground floor of a metal shop,
and a few years.

Speaker 3 (13:43):
Later I was running it.

Speaker 12 (13:46):
How's that boss?

Speaker 2 (13:48):
Smooth edges, clean cut, good work. Just keep following that template.
Today you make these and tomorrow new day, new part.
This life was good. Frankly, I didn't like thinking about
the other.

Speaker 3 (14:03):
I could almost.

Speaker 2 (14:04):
Convince myself that it didn't happen, that I had lost
my mind, nothing more than a fever dream, a nightmare.

Speaker 3 (14:12):
But sometimes.

Speaker 2 (14:15):
I couldn't help myself. Pendleton Rehabilitation Center. I don't know
what I expected, Drug rehab Senior Center, Animal sanctuary.

Speaker 3 (14:29):
Oh, look at the owl? Not even what I was
looking for.

Speaker 2 (14:34):
Handleton, Secret Island Prison. Um, oh, where's this Indiana? And
what did I have to go on? A handful of jargon?
A collection of first names?

Speaker 6 (14:48):
Oh?

Speaker 4 (14:49):
What was it?

Speaker 2 (14:51):
Doctor Ralph Stanley?

Speaker 3 (14:54):
Even if I could find something, what would I do
with it?

Speaker 2 (14:57):
MD? LPC E and T? Who is that? Okay? Okay?

Speaker 3 (15:05):
Is there a pick?

Speaker 1 (15:08):
Yeah?

Speaker 2 (15:08):
Definitely not him? All right, we're done. Maybe it was
just morbid curiosity, or because I was still looking over
my shoulder waiting for them to take me again. But
more likely it was guilt about what I left behind
and who. Even if the logic in my head said no,
I knew my spirit would never be whole unless I

(15:30):
exhausted every possible option. There was one thing I had
to build up, the courage to try. Turns out, Alexander
Talbot's not that common a name. Frankfurt, Cyprus. Most of
the ones born in this century seemed like dead ends.
Facebook LinkedIn my Space, geo cities, how about the Yellow Pages?

(15:56):
In a way I wish I had never kept whereuse
by country, use my state.

Speaker 3 (16:05):
Because I found him.

Speaker 2 (16:07):
Oh shit, there was an Alexander Talbot listed in Santa Monica, California.

Speaker 3 (16:25):
What a watch it, fucking lunatic. I don't know what
I was thinking.

Speaker 2 (16:30):
Maybe that if I proved to myself that the only
lead was cold, I would be able to leave this
all behind for good. His last known address brought me
far away from the seaside villas and hilltop mansions, a
place no one would ever choose unless they had nowhere
else to go. Burned out shacks, filled with trash and

(16:50):
flooded by seawater. People squatting in the wreckage. And that's
where I found him, spreash some cheeese, clad in rags,
cut lesions, unwashed, unshaven, and drunk out of his fucking mind,
but still technically alive.

Speaker 3 (17:10):
Who do you work for?

Speaker 9 (17:12):
You work?

Speaker 6 (17:14):
Yes? I do work any kind? What do you need?

Speaker 2 (17:18):
You abduct people? Abduct?

Speaker 8 (17:22):
Abduct?

Speaker 3 (17:25):
You don't remember me?

Speaker 2 (17:27):
You?

Speaker 8 (17:28):
Oh sure sure I do? And and and.

Speaker 13 (17:33):
How of the years.

Speaker 3 (17:36):
You kidnapped me?

Speaker 6 (17:37):
I did you threw me in.

Speaker 3 (17:40):
The back of a van?

Speaker 5 (17:41):
Fan?

Speaker 6 (17:43):
I can maybe work on a van.

Speaker 13 (17:46):
You want to show it to me?

Speaker 2 (17:47):
Where is the pen pen?

Speaker 8 (17:52):
I haven't got a pens.

Speaker 7 (17:53):
You have a pen?

Speaker 6 (17:54):
Maybe we could write something down.

Speaker 2 (17:56):
The Pendleton Rehabilitation Center?

Speaker 3 (17:59):
Where is it?

Speaker 8 (18:00):
Rehabilitation and sounds like a prison?

Speaker 3 (18:06):
You are, Alexander Talbot?

Speaker 8 (18:08):
I am, I mean, I am, I can be.

Speaker 2 (18:15):
What the hell happened to you? To me?

Speaker 6 (18:18):
Me?

Speaker 2 (18:19):
I you know?

Speaker 6 (18:20):
I meant to write it down and phone. We had
a pen.

Speaker 2 (18:24):
I thought you died died me?

Speaker 6 (18:28):
No, not me?

Speaker 10 (18:29):
How healthy as well?

Speaker 6 (18:32):
Maybe maybe that was the other?

Speaker 2 (18:36):
The other, the other? What the other? What?

Speaker 8 (18:41):
Yes?

Speaker 10 (18:42):
Yes, I believe that's right.

Speaker 2 (18:43):
We are never alone.

Speaker 6 (18:45):
You know?

Speaker 2 (18:46):
What did you say?

Speaker 8 (18:48):
Just like you aren't?

Speaker 2 (18:49):
Just like I'm not.

Speaker 8 (18:50):
None of us are.

Speaker 6 (18:53):
Who remind me? Who did you say?

Speaker 8 (18:54):
It was abducted?

Speaker 2 (18:58):
I remember thinking I would have preferred a dead end.

Speaker 3 (19:00):
Talbot couldn't help me.

Speaker 2 (19:02):
He only raised more questions, Please.

Speaker 10 (19:05):
Miss anything you can spare, just trying to get back.

Speaker 13 (19:07):
On my feet.

Speaker 3 (19:09):
In reality, we each owed each other a debt.

Speaker 2 (19:12):
His to me was too great, but mind to him
I could afford. Here is fifteen dollars and sixty cents.
I wish I had never gone looking. I appreciated what
I had instead of focusing on what I didn't.

Speaker 3 (19:31):
In this my.

Speaker 2 (19:32):
Second life, I had learned more about myself, about who
I was, than ever before. But I knew that in
the first I had left a part of me behind,
and I would never be whole until I found it.

(19:54):
Are we really never alone?

Speaker 6 (19:58):
We are not. There is always someone beside us, near us,
lifting us up when we fall, watching over us from above.

Speaker 2 (20:10):
I haven't been in a place like this.

Speaker 6 (20:14):
For a long time, and yet he is watching you
all the same.

Speaker 2 (20:21):
Yeah, I wonder about that.

Speaker 6 (20:24):
Something weighs on you, my child, heavy on your spirit.

Speaker 2 (20:28):
You believe, don't you? That our lives are faded, that
all of this has already been written.

Speaker 6 (20:34):
I believe God has a plan for each of us.

Speaker 2 (20:39):
Then how do you access that information? How do you
navigate that course?

Speaker 6 (20:45):
The map is faith, The key is prayer.

Speaker 2 (20:49):
Yeah, well, what if you pray and God doesn't answer?

Speaker 6 (20:51):
He will. The trick is will you be brave enough
to listen even if you don't like what he has
to say.

Speaker 2 (21:01):
I had to make a decision between what I knew
in my head to be safe and what I felt
in my heart to be right, even if it scared
the shit out of me. Where do we start here
east coast of Colombia, near the Panama border.

Speaker 12 (21:18):
You said you were at sea for six days, seven
motored for two, paddled for four, a drift for one
more or less. You said the rudder was intact when
you could steer. Were you able to plot a course.

Speaker 2 (21:31):
East into the sunrise? Best I could manage?

Speaker 11 (21:36):
See?

Speaker 12 (21:37):
With nominal wind and sea currents, I guess you averaged
between seven and ten knots. You said you experienced a storm, Yes.

Speaker 2 (21:46):
A bad one.

Speaker 12 (21:47):
Okay, so that's white in our margin. Well, given all
we know, it's seen. Your point of origin was somewhere
in here eastern Pacific, north of the equator, within a
range of two hundre kilometers the eighty six meridian, give
or take.

Speaker 2 (22:04):
Are there islands out there?

Speaker 12 (22:06):
There are the Galapkos, But that would have been just
as far as Columbia, and in the opposite direction.

Speaker 3 (22:12):
How much for the map, let's do it.

Speaker 2 (22:20):
My plan only had one step find the island in
the unimaginable event that that might be possible.

Speaker 3 (22:25):
Then we'd figure out what was next. You could say
I was operating on faith.

Speaker 2 (22:34):
Yeah, I know it.

Speaker 8 (22:35):
Well slide.

Speaker 2 (22:39):
If that unless we get lucky. I made six trips
like this, each time targeting a different coordinate and winding
outward in a search pattern.

Speaker 3 (22:49):
Every time nothing. And then on the seventh.

Speaker 2 (22:55):
Wait, what's that good? A degree starboard, that little speck.

Speaker 3 (23:01):
It's not on the map, but that ran. The pilot
lowered the bird in a spiral.

Speaker 2 (23:07):
Every step down it came more into view, rocky coasts,
green vegetation, and in the center a stone structure like
a colonial fortress. It's maze run between three concentric circles,
with one tall tower in the center.

Speaker 3 (23:22):
I had never seen it like this.

Speaker 2 (23:24):
There could be no mistake.

Speaker 6 (23:26):
That's it. Hey, do you read me?

Speaker 12 (23:30):
I said, that's it?

Speaker 6 (23:32):
Oh you sure?

Speaker 2 (23:33):
Yes, I'm sure, no doubt.

Speaker 6 (23:37):
Well I have to.

Speaker 1 (23:38):
Ask you should why did you come back?

Speaker 2 (23:42):
What?

Speaker 8 (23:47):
Why do you always come back? Why?

Speaker 2 (23:53):
Gris in the entire history of this place, however long
and fucked up that might be. I gotta believe I'm

(24:14):
the only person that managed to both break out and
smuggle myself back in. I'm sorry I left you here.
I always knew you would come back. How long have
they had you in the dungeon for ever since? Well,
they can't keep us here forever. As far as I'm concerned.
Nothing has changed. It might take a while, but we

(24:36):
already know everything. We need to escape and the next time,
no matter what, we go together. I like that, But
don't you feel like you are missing something? What I
feel like? You know? Here there can be two of us,
But out.

Speaker 5 (24:52):
There, doctor wants to see you.

Speaker 2 (24:58):
Wait one now.

Speaker 11 (25:04):
Well, I imagine you had quite an adventure out there.

Speaker 9 (25:09):
This ought to keep you from skipping out again, at
least from my infirmary.

Speaker 3 (25:13):
I don't know what you plan to do to me,
but leave her out of it. She didn't do anything.
It was all me interesting.

Speaker 9 (25:19):
So you do see her?

Speaker 7 (25:20):
Then what?

Speaker 3 (25:21):
Yes? Of course, and you hear her, hear her? Do
what side?

Speaker 7 (25:29):
In that case?

Speaker 4 (25:31):
The experiment has been a success.

Speaker 2 (25:34):
What experiment?

Speaker 11 (25:36):
It's the treatment, the seven methyl Ionimo. I gather it's
exceeded even my own expectation.

Speaker 4 (25:44):
We have so much data to analyze, but for now I.

Speaker 7 (25:51):
Think it's time to give it a red.

Speaker 2 (25:54):
Nurse, what are you trying to say that this has
all been a hallucination, a dream? Sign hardly than is
someone gonna tell me what the fuck is going on here?

Speaker 9 (26:06):
We always knew you were special, say you read? In fact,
that's why you were brought here in the first place,
and why you're back.

Speaker 2 (26:11):
Now because of her Her. The pen collects anomalies, right,
and the anomaly here is that there's two of us.

Speaker 9 (26:21):
There's nothing to be prideful about one universe. In a
hall of mirrors, people meet their devils all the time.
None of us are ever truly.

Speaker 2 (26:30):
Lowe, you know, never alone.

Speaker 4 (26:34):
The difference is usually they don't recover, some lease their minds,
covell grimes.

Speaker 9 (26:42):
Sometimes one must be sacrificed so the other.

Speaker 7 (26:45):
Can live to help it, and once in a very
long while someone like you comes along, able to approach
the mirror and step through to.

Speaker 12 (26:59):
The other side.

Speaker 9 (27:02):
Imagine a world where anyone could do that. Few things
could be more useful, especially in a place like the Pen.
I just have to learn how to harness it.

Speaker 5 (27:13):
Huh.

Speaker 9 (27:15):
This has all been but a step in that process,
A small step, but an important one.

Speaker 2 (27:22):
In the syringe, it's more of the same drug, isn't it?

Speaker 8 (27:27):
No?

Speaker 7 (27:28):
This time it's the end?

Speaker 5 (27:31):
To do?

Speaker 2 (27:33):
What will that do? S I listen, what is it,
Lily deed?

Speaker 3 (27:37):
To remember?

Speaker 2 (27:38):
Remember what all of this? This time? Try not to
forget this time?

Speaker 3 (27:44):
Wait? What is that supposed to have nothing to.

Speaker 7 (27:46):
Worry about, nothing to see, nothing to feed, nothing to think,
nothing can.

Speaker 6 (27:52):
Dream, just keep.

Speaker 13 (27:55):
Sleep.

Speaker 2 (28:07):
I saw her, I spoke to her. We were together.
I'm sure of it. The face and the flame. What
you looked into the heart of something powerful and saw
yourself staring back. Okay, maybe let's say you're right, and
what do I do with that?

Speaker 6 (28:27):
What can you do? What can any of us do?
Lights out?

Speaker 2 (28:33):
We'll talk about it in the morning. Okay, Okay, good night,
trip trip, good night sa Jurie. M hm mm hmmm

(29:06):
mm hmmm. Do you I knew you'd come? You don't remember?

Speaker 8 (29:15):
Do you?

Speaker 2 (29:16):
Do you know how you got here?

Speaker 8 (29:20):
No?

Speaker 2 (29:21):
I don't think so.

Speaker 5 (29:23):
Do you.

Speaker 2 (29:25):
I have an idea?

Speaker 13 (29:33):
Oh yeah yeah, sid.

Speaker 6 (29:47):
Sid ah.

Speaker 2 (29:58):
When you see the when you see them.

Speaker 8 (30:06):
High said.

Speaker 6 (30:11):
A side.

Speaker 2 (30:12):
You said high. I got a.

Speaker 8 (30:24):
Champ the dumb high, said Jim.

Speaker 2 (30:33):
I slig than.

Speaker 8 (30:40):
Champ high said the.

Speaker 2 (30:45):
Five slang champ.

Speaker 6 (30:49):
Hi the guy she.

Speaker 13 (31:00):
Chiticularly said MASANGI Lata may see yer.

Speaker 12 (31:09):
See chakin you see them?

Speaker 2 (31:15):
Mhm seche kin see.

Speaker 13 (31:20):
Them guyayayahsaicularly sasangicha Rokia may see cher yea.

Speaker 2 (31:44):
Yeah, Sana, I see that's.

Speaker 6 (31:54):
I see that I.

Speaker 8 (31:59):
Said.

Speaker 4 (32:10):
I Culture character.

Speaker 8 (32:16):
Cha Ca Chi Month, Sli Fastrum Slive Change, Thirteen Days

(32:54):
of Halloween, Penance, Starry Natalie Morales.

Speaker 1 (32:58):
Episode thirteen Penance written by Alexander Williams. Editing and sound
design by Jesse Funk, featuring the voices of Miguel Perez,
Sandra Viadares, Blair, Chandler, Morgan Brown, Jeff Bowser, Sunday Bowling,
Aaron Aster, Rafael Korkil, Joseph Whipp, Rachel Rosenbloom, Chris Jy,

(33:18):
Alex Jay Jones, Anna Hamler, and Wilbur Fitzgerald. Directed by
Alexander Williams. Executive producers Aaron Mankey, Noah Feinberg, Chris Dicky,
Matt Frederick and Alexander Williams. Supervising producers Trevor Young and
Josh Thain. Producers Jesse Funk, rima Ilkayali, Noami Griffin, Chandler Mays,

(33:39):
and Casby Bias. Script editing by Lauren Vogelbaum. Story consultants
Ben Bolan and Matthew Riddle, Casting by Sunday Bowling CSA
and Meg Mormon CSA Production coordinator Wayna Calderon. Production assistants
Jenna Johnson and Winona Lowe. Theme music by Rose Azerti
with vocals by Anna Hum recorded at This Is Sound

(34:02):
Design Studios in Burbank, California. Engineered by Ross Aeronaut Special
thanks to Romelia Osorio, Nathan Rule, Glen Nishida, and Rob Mosca.
Thirteen Days of Halloween was created by Matt Frederick and
Alexander Williams and is a production of iHeart Podcasts, Blumhouse Television,
and Grimm and Mild from Aaron Makey. Learn more about

(34:24):
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.
Happy Halloween.
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