It's Halloween Season and Snap is here to bring you Spooked stories from the dark of night! We proudly present, "Spooked - Mrs. Hagstrom."
When supernatural forces come for her kids, Curtis’s mom stands strong. Mrs. Hagstrom may be one of the meanest ghosts yet. Be afraid.
Curtis’s memoir is .
Produced by Anna Sussman, o riginal score by Leon Morimoto
Snap Season 10 Episode 27
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When Dean Issacharoff was a commander in the Israeli Defense Forces, he patrolled the Palestinian city of Hebron, and later fought in Gaza. Then, after he got home from the army, Dean’s decision to speak out about his own violent actions came back to haunt him in a twisted turn of events.
Sensitive listeners - please be advised this story contains images of war and violence.
Thank you, Dean, for sharing your story with us.
A special thanks to the - this story would not have been possible without their support. Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of these organizations.
This story was produced by Shaina Shealy and the original score was by Pat Mesiti-Miller.
Season 10 Episode 26
The Other Hand - Love + Radio
A mentor to a disabled little boy loses a piece of himself and discovers what is gained.
Sensitive listeners, please be advised - t his story contains graphic content with descriptions of extreme bodily harm.
This story came to us from Nick van der Kolk's , where you can hear the latest season of Love and Radio on the Luminary app.
A big thank you to Ed Cushman for sharing your story.
Ed's story was produced by Julia DeWitt and Phil Dmochowski, with help from Steven Jackson.
Original music by George Langford
Artwork by Katie McBride
Playlist in order of appearance:
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A dad surprises his son by taking him on his first slave plantation tour. And a girl realizes the computer version of herself, acts more like her than she does.
"My First Slave Plantation Tour"
Back in 2013, when host Nyge Turner was in his late teens, his dad surprised him by taking him on his first slave plantation tour. To make matters worse, apart from the bus driver and a single employee on the plantation, there was not a single black person in sight.
This story was produced by !
Stephanie Foo had a love-hate relationship with that old computer game the Sims. But when she steps foot into the latest version of the game, the AI is so good, her new Sim acts more like Stephanie than Stephanie does. Producer: Stephanie Foo
Sound Design: Leon Morimoto Season 10 Episode 25
I Sing the Body Electric
When the thought of his own mortality becomes too much to bear, a father of two living in Utah decides to upgrade his own body, one piece at a time.
Sensitive listeners should note - this episode contains extremely graphic scenes of bodily harm and visceral scenes of live surgery.
Thank you to Rich Lee for sharing your story with Snap. Hear more work from producer Lawrence Bull on his podcast . Thanks to filmmakers Leeor Kaufman and Joe Egender for their assistance. Look out for their biohacking documentary on Netflix.
Producer: Lawrence Bull with assistance from Anna Sussman
Original Score: Renzo Gorrio
Season 10 Episode 24