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Harry Strange 304: The Overbrook Part 2
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Harry Strange 304: The Overbrook Part 2

Harry and Elizabeth negotiate for Annie Hyde’s release. Lilith has tea with an old friend.

Harry Strange episode 304: The Overbrook Part 2, was written by Tony Sarrecchia and directed by Jason Tyler. All material is copyright (c) 2013 by Tony Sarrecchia and used with his permission.

Featured in tonight’s cast were (in order of appearance): 

Maddie Nix

Parisa Johnston

Joe Roesch

Emma Green

Kellen Stennett

Tricia Groves

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Harry’s opening and closing theme music was written and performed by Ryan Lessard and is copyright by Ryan Lessard and used with his permission. Contact Ryan at: rlessardmusic@gmail.com.

Incidental music was written and performed by Kevin Macleod and is copyright by Kevin Macleod and used with his permission. Visit incompetech.com/ for more of Kevin’s music.

Sound effects provided by license with soundsnap.com

For the Harry Strange Radio Drama, I am JoAnn Pruden. Goodnight!

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Welcome to the Strangeverse
Harry Strange Radio Drama TOS
“Magic and magical people—the ‘unnatural order’ is all around us. There are good witches, evil witches, demons, vamps, werewolves, shape shifters, ghosts; it’s a protoplasmic party of creature features out there. But unless you know where to look, you won’t find them. I know where to look. My name is Harry Strange.” And so begins each episode of the Harry Strange Radio Drama, an award-winning, full-cast, scripted audio drama. Harry is a crusader for justice, and champion of an archangel who makes his own decisions regardless of what the ‘good guys’ desire. Because of a promise Harry made, he is “both painfully mortal and achingly immortal, and those conflicting impulses mesh with an almost unearthly smoothness throughout his casebook history.” A combination of “Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar”, and “Constantine” Harry Strange is a whiskey-swilling adventure that combines the golden age of radio with contemporary storytelling. All content Copyright (c) 2011 - Forever by Tony Sarrecchia. All Rights Reserved.