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Summary

This supernatural thriller short story is perfect for a quick listen on your car, bus, or train journey or to enjoy at home with a cup of coffee. It follows the unusual events happening to a girl at a London Underground Station who stops to help a distressed stranger on her way home.

"Terrifyingly terrific." (John Stevens)

©2021 Charlotte Harvey (P)2021 Charlotte Harvey

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A short story that takes you through a brief encounter with the paranormal. Grippingly narrated.

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  • 05-04-21

Listen if you DARE!!!

Masterful performance and suspenseful tale. This bite sized thriller waste no time pulling you in and thrusting the eerie dilemma of its urgent platform upon you. Solid story, elevated by the top notch audio performance which cements the listener into the shoes of its central character. Great for repeat listening, although the faint of heart might wanna avoid playing this one during their morning subway commute.

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  • Feisty2013
  • 30-03-21

Thrilling!

This was a great story, and it wasso well performed that I was on the edge of my seat the entire time!

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  • 14-03-21

Short and to the point

A tiny taste of bizarre,.. like a bite sized canapé of creepy... good narration too

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  • blahblah24
  • 13-03-21

Great performance by Zoe Badovinac!

For a short story narration piece, this was a very worthwhile listen. Zoe’s performance here is really great and engaging. She does a good job at playing the few characters that are in this and letting you feel the intensity of what may or may not be going on. You know she does a good job when I’m like “who cares about the fan noise. She was awesome!” I point it out cause it is noticeable but luckily it didn’t distract me from her performance. I look forward to hearing more narrations and performances from Zoe in the future. If you haven’t heard her in Stormlight Archives as Jasnah Kholin from Graphic Audio, you should. She’s awesome in that too.

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  • 12-03-21

Zoe keeps you listening

I feel I know this story from somewhere... I felt I knew the ending before the end, but Zoe engaged me to co tiniest. Well done!