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The kids attempt to retrieve the backpack of a missing child, confronting the powerful Manager of the Arcade in the process.  More mysteries begin to surface while the kids fight to find clues and uncover a startling material. Music from "Vanishing", "Beauty Flow", "Pixel Peeker Polka", "Fantasia Fantasia" by Kevin MacLeod ( License: CC BY (
In this second episode of Pitchstorm, Matthew, Gin, Brett, and Johnathan pitch movies about Mobsters, Gravediggers, Robots, Holograms, and a whole lot more while the Executive tries to sabotage them with Holidays, Arctic Regions, Apes, and Car Chases.
Metaphorical Walrus Productions plays Skybound Games' "Red Flag: The Game of Terrible Dates"!  Meet prospective dates such as the guy who is a Profession Chef that owns a penthouse suite and has two other spouses, the girl who loves theatre that makes your friends jealous of you, but also has coleslaw hands, and the girl who compulsively licks doorknobs! Listen to Sarah, Jake, Matthew, Brett, and Gin almost pee their pants laughing!
Theo drops the kids off at their houses, one by one.  Spencer makes a deal with his sister.  Rainey is confronted by her parents.  Lukas adds to his collection.  Theo walks home. The finale of Monsters and Mysteries!  While it was never intended to be the end of the season, this episode nicely wraps up the Horror Movie Date Night story and puts a nice ending to Season One of M&M.  But don't fret! The kids will return to finish out the summer. "Pickup_Ford_62_Start_Idle.wav" by rambler52 of "Cool Trace" by Anttis Instrumental ( licensed under CC3.0 "Vanishing", "Investigation", by Kevin MacLeod ( License: CC BY ( Gearhead by Kevin MacLeod Link: License: Nowhere Land by Kevin MacLeod Link: License:
Lukas, Rainey, and Theo go to check in on Spencer, only to find out he's a little under the weather.  Then, a trip to the police station to use their projector is in order! "Closet_hit_01" by smokenweewALT of "Door Bell Sound" by Mike Koenig of "Super 8 mm settingup-projector" by Eelke ( of "80's doodles" by doxent "Hoedown" by Jason Shaw "Vanishing", "Investigations" by Kevin MacLeod ( License: CC BY (
In which our posse reads a book and determines what to do about a devil. Part 2 of this episode!
In which our posse encounters a strange creature of apparent friendly persuasion, and then encounters a weather pattern of far less friendly persuasion.
In which our posse enters a mansion and discovers some secrets and hear a strange voice.
In which our posse discovers the identity of the Butcher, explores the hidden treasure room, and finds a few new items to pack away.
The kids fight to escape the clutches of the angry puppets!  And when they finally are able to confront the Pastor of Muppets, they have a tough choice to make.  Can they deal with the consequences of their actions?  How will they return the Muppetized kids back to normal?  And what are the moral and ethic implications of a Muppet Hole? "Vanishing", "Eighties Action" by Kevin MacLeod ( "Ready to Fight" by David Fesliyan License: CC BY (
The kids face off against the Pastor of Muppets, but Lukas makes him face off against a theological dilemma.  How does Jim Henson fit into the divine plan?  What is the most sacred of the Muppet hand Trinity?  Is Gonzo's self-flagellation an appropriate means of worship?  "03792 children scremaing" by Robinhood76 of "Door, Front, Opening, A.wav" by InspectorJ ( of "Vanishing", "Come Play with Me", "Dreams Become Real", "Not as it Seems" by Kevin MacLeod ( License: CC BY (
The kids socialize with the group gathered at the Church for the lock-in and make some life long friends and memories. Between the Pizza and the Board Games, they begin to let their guard down and enjoy a fun night. "Whistle, Finger, Long, A.wav" by InspectorJ ( of Music from "Vanishing", "George Street Shuffle", "Inspired" by Kevin MacLeod ( "Clarity" by Ryan Andersen
Sister Dorathea attempts to gather information from the newspaper office, and tries a risky ploy.  Meanwhile, the Doctors Northcott and Quincy discuss their findings and visit the house.  They are joined shortly by "Doctor" Sam Rockwell and Sister Dorathea and reveal what they each found. Music used in this episode: "Bump in the Night" Kevin MacLeod Link: License: Powerhouse by Raymond Scott "Just Behind", "Mourning Day", and "Black Lights" by Dark Fantasy Studio
The kids face off against strangers in the woods in an epic showdown.  Rainey partakes in some capitalism, Spencer takes a lot of photos, and Theo wins the day.  Then, they meet a person larger than life and receive a dire warning.  One of the mysteries of Enigma is uncovered in this final episode of The Last Day of School! Music from "Vanishing", "Beauty Flow", "On the Cool Side", "80's Action" by Kevin MacLeod ( License: CC BY (
Before you start with this one, consider listening to episode 000 - High Noon first! In it we recap the events of episodes 1 through 6 and give descriptions of the characters and their motivations!  This way you don't have to sit through the crummy audio of Episodes 1-6 (Episode 7 has a some slightly sketchy audio, but the Halloween Special and beyond are all recorded with better equipment). In which we are introduced to the characters, players, and the town of The Quiet. And they get into a bar brawl. Remember to support us on Patreon at, follow us on Twitter at, and follow us on Facebook at This first episode was recorded on a phone! Later episodes are recorded on better equipment.
The Doctors Northcott and Quincey head to the Central Library to dig up info on the mysterious Corbitt House.  Meanwhile, the "Doctor" Rockwell has an encounter at the Hall of Records and must muster up some experience in his past to get what he needs.  Finally, Sister Dorothea visits the Boston Globe to see if she can get a lead. "Bump in the Night" by Kevin MacLeod ( License: CC BY (
Rainey's friend Aaron regales the gang with the tale of Allister DeMille, the bastard son of Cecil B. DeMille and the Black Dahlia.  Who is this mysterious figure? How is he related to what's going on? And what the heck is a white page? Find out in this episode!
In which our posse finds out what's at the other end of the magical tunnel, and then finds another tunnel.
In which we look back at the early days of Josiah Black, a Cleric of Weejas. This episode's opening and closing theme was created by Alexander Nakarada of Remember to Like and Follow us on Facebook (MetaphoricalWalrusProductions) Follow us on Twitter (@MetaphoricalP) Support us on Patreon (MetaphoricalWalrusProductions)!
In which the Posse spends some time in the jail and learns about a legend from Ol' Zeke. Remember to support us on Patreon at, follow us on Twitter at, and follow us on Facebook at Last episode recorded on a phone!
Lukas, Rainey, Theo, and Spence discover more felt hearts involving some of the prominent members of Enigma, and even have a shock close to home.  They decide to join the Pastor's lock in to try and connect the clues they've collected so far and work on the only lead they have.  
In which our posse has breakfast and catch a train.  Deputy visits Rancho Relampago, Cookie prepares a fine meal, Sikuaq accidentally exposes a secret, and Lakoa expresses disgust.
In which our posse talks with a sommelier and uncovers an assassination attempt, then move to meet and warn the two princes.  Meanwhile, Sikuaq takes a drink, Deputy invents a food, and Josiah gets decked. Sound effects and music used in this episode used under Attribution 3.0 and Creative Commons licenses: "slow cargo train 2" by Robinhood76, "Steam train horn 02" by eliasheuninck, and "Music Box Melody" by DRFX of "Magical Pulse" by Davexole of Four Orbs "Mystery Sax", "Hyperfun", and "Halls of the Undead" Kevin MacLeod ( 
In which our posse works to foil a dastardly assassination attempt against the Princes of Cacophony and Noman's Land.  Josiah rings some bells, Lakoa finds some gems, and Sikuaq makes a holey mess. The following sound effects and songs were used in this episode under the Attribution license: "glass_kappa_02" by mugwood of "Breaking wood" by jorickhoofd of "Empty Train moving slowly" by avakas of "Bell6" by juskiddink of "Screaming 10" by vtownpunks of "Bell 010" by kyster of "Magical Pulse" by Davexole of Four Orbs "Aggression" and "Ready to Fight" by David Fesliyan of "Living in my Memories" by Lobo Loco "Mystery Sax" Kevin MacLeod (
Undertakers, Archaeology Dogs, Ghost Sharks and More--John, Matthew, Brett, and Gin play Skybound Game's Pitchstorm!
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Sep 18th, 2018
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Mar 25th, 2020
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