Nick washes up on the shore next to the Saint Ignatius Church at the base of the high falls. He’s alive, but injured and exhausted. Father Aldo Baldoni quietly takes him in to nurse him back to health, but the good father soon finds it’s hard to keep a secret in Rochester.
The Bootleggers Ep. 9: Here Come the Furies (Downloadable mp3 – right click the link and choose “Save Link As…”)
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Written, Directed, and Edited by Karl Sparks.
Voice Actors (in order of audibility):
Nick Lullaby – Clarence Ling
Father Aldo Baldoni – Justin C. Schilling
Richard – Chapin Cavender
Rocco Perri – A. Frickium
The Pocket Radio Theater theme is by The Pueblano Boys 2011 https://soundcloud.com/pueblano-boys-2011. Used with permission.
Wild Horse was written by Iron John Logan https://www.reverbnation.com/ironjohnlogan. Used with permission.
Our closing music is “Maple Leaf Rag” by Scott Joplin (written in 1899), recorded by Zachary Brewster-Geisz using orchestra software – this recording was released under a Public Domain Mark 1.0 license and downloaded on 3/7/15 from the following URL: http://freemusicarchive.org/music/Scott_Joplin/Frog_Legs_Ragtime_Era_Favorites/03_-_scott_joplin_-_maple_leaf_rag
Special Thanks to Clark Chapman for a useful discussion about the history of religion in Upstate New York.
Special Thanks to Emma King for a useful discussion about Catholic Theology.
Photography by Carrie Klocke.
This Radio Drama uses this sounds from freesound.org:
decemberrain by eclipseprophet http://www.freesound.org/people/eclipseprophet/
Various other sounds released under the creative commons license 0 were also used, and we thank the talented audio folks who contribute to freesound.org, as well as the staff and volunteers of freesound.org.