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Technolepathy, a system that allows users to broadcast messages directly into each other’s minds, is in the final stages of development. Its creator is certain it will revolutionise communications technology, but it all hangs on the success of an experimental human trial.
Written by Sarah Jane Justice (https://www.sarahjanejusticewriting.com/)
Narrated by Alexandra Elroy (https://www.billyshakes.nl/)
Edited by Karl Hughes (https://twitter.com/karlhughes)
With music by Chris Zabriskie (https://chriszabriskie.com/)
and Thom Robson (https://www.thomrobsonmusic.com/)
And sound effects provided by Freesound.org
The episode illustration was provided by Luke Spooner of Carrion House (https://carrionhouse.com/)
Sarah Jane Justice has had horror fiction published by Black Hare Press, Eerie River Publishing, and Deadset Press. She is also a successful poet, songwriter, and spoken word artist, whose work has taken her as far as the Sydney Opera House. Find more of her writing at sarahjanejusticewriting.com.
Alexandra is a bilingual voice actress and writer who lives in the Netherlands. She loves everything to do with stories, especially creative and playful horror. Her favourite voices to do are witches, goblins and crazy computers. When she is not voicing, writing or mummy-ing (which is all the time, really) she directs plays that she adapted from classic novels such as Pride and Prejudice, Death on the Nile and One Flew Over The Cuckoo's Nest.
She also has a BA in Japanese Language and Culture and a Film and Photographic Studies Master.
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