Slumberland

Thomas is shocked. He's actually meeting Oblivia Newton-Baum. But there's no time for small talk. Oblivia holds a thick file of research she needs to contribute to the Oral History Project, even if it means spilling some details from her own troubled past.

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Written, recorded and performed by Tom Mansell.
Oblivia Newton-Baum performed by Nancy Penvose. For more info write her at: penvosen@gmail.com

The sound design in this episode owes thanks to Freesound Project contributors rutgermuller, aroth4, alvinwhatup2, usinggarageband, pagancow, corsica-s, mareproduction, keffystay, valetinsosnitskiy, timbahrij, onlytheghosts, redcheek, elektronaut, bastard-fish, vagaar, adam-n, dasgoat, patobottos, lzmraul, pulse00, twistedlemon, dig2008, xtyl33, Adam Wayne Gistarb, and Jovica.

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Hear an old recording of Alva Pierce reading the 1897 holiday classic "Yes Virginia, There Is a Santa Claus."

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Written, recorded and performed by Tom Mansell.

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"Sleigh Ride Party / Jingle Bells" by the Edison Male Quartette, recorded 1898 and provided by the Dawn of Sound website.

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