A young woman goes walking in the woods. She finds a door in a tree that piques her curiosity, but is there something sinister behind it? Should she open it at all?
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The Door in the Woods was written by M A Smith. To connect with her or find more of her work, head to Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/masmithwriting/ or to her website at https://www.masmithwriting.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
The original score was performed by Frank Nawrot. Frank is one-half of the team over at Tiny Tales podcast and completes the original score on all of the episodes. If you have not checked out Tiny Tales yet, I highly encourage you to. They are a talented duo and have fantastic stories to share. To check out more of Frank’s music, head over to www.franknawrot.com.
Samuel was performed by Mike Rickard from the Stories of Strangeness podcast.
Jimmy Horrors was performed by James Barnett.
This episode was edited and produced by James Barnett.
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