This time in Strangerville, dentists, knitting, and haircuts at home. Also, a man takes the Strangerville Live stage to tell the story of hiding in a car from a kidnapper.
This time in Strangerville, Meg and Eli are practicing social distancing. And a woman takes the Strangerville Live stage to tell the story of her first real kiss.
First Kiss, by Mara Lefler
This time in Strangerville, we are preparing for quarantine and trying not to overreact. Also, Rachel takes the Strangerville Live stage to explain the lengths she has gone to to convince her husband they should get a cat.
This time in Strangerville, we're trying not to give you Corona Virus. And a woman receives a traveling Snuggie the day before starting chemotherapy.
This time in Strangerville, what happens when extremists hijack your moderate positions? Also, a woman receives a personal letter from an imprisoned Rod Blagojevich.
This time in Strangerville, how do you deal with conversation lingerers? Also, Eli tells the story of what happened when his parents decided to take the family to see Titanic in 1997.
Titanic, by Eli McCann
Music by Ayla Nereo
Production by Eli McCann & Meg Walter
This time in Strangerville, Eli gets botox and he's not afraid to talk about it. And a woman can't help but get involved when she witnesses a car accident.
Intersections, by Hauley Farish
This time in Strangerville, Meg and Eli are not abstract thinkers and they do not believe anyone else is. And Jolyn is faced with some tough questions when she comes across a man harassing women at a concert.
This time in Strangerville, Jolyn fills in for Meg, and it only gets more ridiculous from there. Also a woman in a sleepy town develops a relationship with the police.
Strangerville is a storytelling podcast hosted by Eli McCann and Meg Walter, featuring stories from Strangers across the world, some told live on stage, some recorded in the studio, and many in the storytellers' probably-not-dangerous homes.
This time in Strangerville, Eli agonizes over how to come out to the dentist, Meg steals from a movie theater, and a nostalgic walk through some complicated religious memories.
"Space Jesus" by Eli McCann (music by Benny Martin Piano)