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Dead Oaks: "A Knock at the Door" & "Skookum Lake"

Dead Oaks Listeners! Now all Dead Oaks episodes are going to be available on deadoakspodcast.com so you don't have to jump back and forth from our website to SoundCloud! Yay! Exciting!

Make sure you check out episodes 1 and 2, "A Knock at the Door" and "Skookum Lake" if you haven't already.

A KNOCK AT THE DOOR:
Dead Oaks' first episode follows journalist Otto Gillespie as he travels to a strange town called Dead Oaks to find his missing partner, Lenore. Once in Dead Oaks, it doesn't take long for Otto to figure out the town is not what it seems.

Every other episode of Dead Oaks will follow Otto's story as he tries to figure out what happened to Lenore and why it may not be a coincidence he ended up in Dead Oaks in the first place.



SKOOKUM LAKE:
Dead Oaks' first short story installment, written by author Tom Deady, details the events that changed the lives of several Dead Oaks citizens in the summer of 1965 after a day at the local watering hole goes awry, leaving an entire town to wonder what happened and what's living in Skookum Lake...

Every other episode of Dead Oaks will feature a new short story written by different authors from around the globe.

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