A lie is only powerful if you choose to believe it. So why do we fall for it every time? In this episode, we’ll hear four different stories. Each describes a tall tale, so persistent, that it’s hard to imagine someone keeping all the lies straight in their head.
Each one of these stories reminds me of the movie The Truman Show. It seems like everyone I spoke with lived in a world carefully created just for them.
Now it’s time to ask you. Have you ever been lied to? Or have you ever told a lie in order to do the right thing? I invite you to share your story on Pretend Radio. If selected, your story will be featured as bonus content on our Patreon channel. Patreon is a way that you can support the show. And who knows, your story could be featured on the main show.
If you would like to share your story, record your story using your smartphone voice recording app and email your audio to firstname.lastname@example.org. Or leave me a voice mail at (919) 867-1871. Please try to keep your story under 10 minutes.
Don’t forget to leave me your name and a way to contact you.
I can’t wait to listen to your stories.
Theme Music composed by Joe Basile from The Chicken Music and Sound Design. Find out more about Joe and The Chicken at www.thechicken.net
Additional music by:
Podington Bear - Bambi
Podington Bear - Twosome
Podington Bear - Bumble
Podington Bear - Suppose it is
Thank you to Steven Pacheco with the Trace Evidence Podcast and Nicki T with the Strictly Homicide Podcast for partnering with me on this episode. And I’d love to thank Carly Nichols and Andrea Hill for listening and taking the time to talk with me.
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