The Dead Girl, Episode 3: The Man Who Carries the Water

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  • Title: The Dead Girl, Episode 3
  • Author: Kyle Hatley
  • Director: Kyle Hatley
  • Date Posted: December 04, 2007
  • Warning: This show contains material that some listeners may find objectionable.
  • Length: 41:58 minutes (38.41 MB)
  • Format: MP3 Stereo 44kHz 128Kbps (CBR)

The Dead Girl, Episode 3
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Father Hugh Brooks, a faithless, alcoholic priest, stumbles into the town of Bloody Springs, Louisiana and becomes entangled in the aftermath of a tragic -- and mysterious -- drowning. Part three of three.







Winner of a 2007 silver Ogle Award for excellence in horror and fantasy audio!



Cast and Crew

Role   Name
Father Hugh ..................... Tony Isbell
Father Vinci ..................... Jim Palmer
Father Roche ..................... Greg Boller
Mary ..................... Laurie Cook McIntosh
Fortune Teller ..................... Kim Justis
Bradley ..................... Kyle Hatley
Alice ..................... Karen Strachan
Reporter ..................... Shannon King
Adrienne Crouse ..................... Jamie Galiata
Conrad Havilland ..................... Dave Landis
Dr. Slattery ..................... Joe Vescovo
Annabelle Sykes ..................... Jamie Boller
Ensemble ..................... John Fulghum
Ensemble ..................... Robert Arnold
Ensemble ..................... Barnypok RwaDGXGhsycHjT
Musician ..................... Robert Arnold
Musician ..................... Barnypok RwaDGXGhsycHjT
Sound Effects ..................... Karen Strachan
Sound Effects ..................... Joe Vescovo
Sound Effects ..................... Amy Noelle Haygood
Producer ..................... Andrew Sullivan
Writer ..................... Kyle Hatley
Director ..................... Kyle Hatley
Announcer ..................... Tom Badgett
Artist ..................... Amy Hutcheson


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Notes

Growing up, my mother had me reading Stephen King while all the other kids were reading R.L. Stine. Instead of Goosebumps I was reading The Stand, It, The Shining, and Pet Sematary. So, naturally, I have always had a quiet desire to write horror/thriller stories. And until Chatterbox was born, I had never attempted this genre. As I was writing The Dead Girl, however, I discovered this wasn’t exactly a horror story, or a thriller, but rather sort of a theological noir story. Father Hugh is one of my favorite protagonists, and the character is named after my late grandfather: Hugh Brooks. Though Father Hugh is sort of an antihero, my grandfather was very much a hero to me, and a hell of a storyteller. He was a caring, charismatic, funny, and religious man. My efforts on this project are dedicated entirely to him.

And, for the record, I knew I had to cast many of my favorite artistic heroes from Memphis for this series -- most of whom I have never had the opportunity to collaborate with. So my love goes out to them for sharing their talents, their time and their hearts.

Only Connect,

--Kyle Hatley



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