The Commuter
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An embattled young widow, a disfigured stranger, and a lost doll come together on a train trip to Boston.   You’ve been listening to the Night’s End podcast which is a production of Dissonance Media.   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, Facebook.com/megsmithwriter, and megsmithwriter.com   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.   If you aren’t already aware, Night’s End has released a horror-themed apparel line called, Stay Horrific. There are horror-themed t-shirts, mugs, dresses, socks, all the good stuff. Go and check it out now.   Support the Night’s end on Patreon to receive bonus content and merch: www.patreon.com/nightsendpodcast Or support us by purchasing directly from our shop: www.nightsendpodcast.com/shop Donations: www.ko-fi.com/nightsendpodcast   And as always, stay horrific everyone.
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