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“My Gothic Dissertation” AnnaWilliams.

“Orson Welles – War Of The Worlds – Radio Broadcast 1938 – Complete Broadcast.” YouTube. Uploaded by David Webb, 16 December 2010, Accessed 29 Dec, 2019

“Passenger List” Radiotopia.

“Suspense | Ep43 | “Sorry, Wrong Number” ” YouTube. Uploaded by Old Time Radio Podcasts, 13, Oct 2016, Accessed 12 Jan, 2020

“Suspense | Ep592 | “Zero Hour” ” YouTube. Uploaded by Old Time Radio Podcasts, 25 Feb 2017, Accessed 11 Jan, 2020

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“Welcome to Nightvale” Welcome to Nightvale.

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