An embattled young widow, a disfigured stranger, and a lost doll come together on a train trip to Boston.
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The Commuter was written by Meg Smith, who lives in Lowell, Massachusetts. Her short fiction collection, The Plague Confessor, is available on Amazon. She welcomes visits to Twitter @MegSmith_Writer
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This episode was narrated by Georgia Cook. Georgia is a writer, illustrator, and voice-over artist from London. She can be found on Twitter at @georgiacooked and on her website at www.georgiacookwriter.com
Jimmy Horrors was performed by James Barnett
This episode was edited and produced by James Barnett
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