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Dead Oaks: "Dr. Nate"

In the latest episode of Otto's story, Otto sits down for a psychiatric session with Dr. Nate, who may have ulterior motives when it comes to helping Otto discover who he really is and why he continues losing time through blackouts. “Dr. Nate” was written by me, Christopher Waltz. The voice of Dr. Nate was special guest star Ryan Moore, and the voice of Otto Gillespie was Aaron Beck. Music in today’s episode was “Creepy” performed and recorded by Nicholas Critney. Please check back in two weeks for a special short story installment of Dead Oaks featuring three short tales written by three different authors. Dead Oaks is brought to you by BronzeCast Productions. For more information and instructions on submitting your own Dead Oaks story, check out www.deadoakspodcast.com or find us on Twitter @deadoakspodcast.

Horror Update: The Log House by Baylea Hart

A woman abandoned in a deadly forest is forced to fight for her survival...
Penny does not care about other people. They are necessary only in as far as they are useful, and most are not useful at all. 
Getting pregnant, the unplanned side-effect of her affair with a married man, was useful. Having a child meant that she could live in relative peace, safe from the dangers outside a house shared by hundreds. A house that includes the man’s wife, Mary, a woman who watches Penny from the shadows.
When Penny wakes on a makeshift boat careening down a river, head throbbing, she knows Mary is responsible. Left to the deadly forest that surrounds their home, Penny is forced to navigate her way back to her child, and to Mary, hell-bent on revenge.
But Penny is not alone in the forest. Between the thick trees, inky eyes follow her as she moves. Their smiles growing.
Penny is being hunted, and the only thing that keeps her going is the fiery hatred for Mary, burning in her gut. Until she meets Mia. …

Dead Oaks: "Leave Me Alone" by Payton Lyon

By Payton Lyon Narrated by Atticus Jackson
Today’s episode, “Leave Me Alone” was written by Payton Lyon and was narrated by Atticus Jackson. Music in today’s episode was “Creepy” performed and recorded by Nicholas Critney and “Blackout,” courtesy of purple-planet.com. Please check back in two weeks for the next episode in Otto’s Story, “Dr. Nate.” Dead Oaks is brought to you by BronzeCast Productions. For more from Payton, find him on Twitter, @risingscum86 and for more from Atticus, find him on Twitter, @theAtticus. For more information and instructions on submitting your own Dead Oaks story, check out www.deadoakspodcast.com or find us on Twitter @deadoakspodcast.