What do the Backstreet Boys, Disney, Sigourney Weaver, Broken Jaws, and The Grand Canyon all have in common? They’re all things people dream about, apparently. The long-awaited listener dreams only episode is finally here, and it’s just as strange as we like it! Continue reading “Episode 10: Listener Dreams”
Fellow Fire Tiger Pam Mazzone stops in with a dream that is basically just a re-enactment of Clue…sort of…and then she wins $0 for correctly guessing that The Scream was NOT painted by Van Gogh (it was Edvard Munch). Continue reading “Episode 9: Drunken Riddles and Dementors”
It can be very stressful to jump into the working world when you’re fresh out of college. Instead, why not try saving Santa, then accidentally killing him? Continue reading “Episode 8: How Cody Killed Santa”
Have you ever met someone so wonderful that you felt like you wanted to be with them forever, but then you forget what their name is, because they don’t actually exist? Continue reading “Episode 7: Girl of My Dreams”
Sometimes you wake up from an epic dream and think, “I should really write a book about that one!” But then you realize you host a podcast about dreams, so why not just use that instead? Continue reading “Episode 6: Goblin on the Run”
Vann Daley stops by Dreamworld to talk about her little…fling…with Shadow Moon, from the Starz show, American Gods. Fittingly, they took a nap together in a God-sized bed. Don’t worry—“nothing happened.”
Aspiring comic book writer Daniel Mauleon has been haunted in his sleep on several occasions by the most terrifying of all dream dangers: a cardboard craft he made when he was little.
Malcom Messer might have the most cinematic dreams that have ever existed, complete with “three weeks later” title cards, and an eerie soundtrack by Beethoven. He’s also pretty stoked about Jamba Juice.
Billie Jo Konze, an actress from the Twin Cities, shares the chilling tale of the dream school that burned down…that she later attended in real life. She also may or may not have the power to control thunder. Continue reading “Episode 2: I Am My High School’s Ghost”
In the first episode, I speak about why I’ve decided to make a podcast, and why I love dreams so much. I tell the tale of a wolf nightmare that stuck with me for my whole life, and the dream psychologist who analyzed it.