119-Sleeping Beauty: Rude Awakening

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119-Sleeping Beauty: Rude Awakening

It's the first written version of Sleeping Beauty, put down to paper in the 1600s by the Neapolitan writer Giambattista Basile. And it's horrifying.


"Running on Empty" by Podington Bear | "Sylvestor" by Blue Dot Sessions | "Midday" by Blue Dot Sessions | "Black Cosmos Ring" by Podington Bear | "The Nightmare" by Podington Bear | "Studie I" by Jahzzar | "Betrayal" by Lee Rosevere | "Support Me in This Moment That I'm About to Lose Hope" by Nihilore


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There is a mention of rape in this episode.

By |2018-09-04T22:14:52+00:00September 4th, 2018|Categories: Episodes, Podcast|Tags: , |3 Comments


  1. Elizabeth T October 30, 2018 at 8:44 am - Reply

    This is such a twisted episode. I have said WTF so many times during this episode.

  2. Ashley Hines September 9, 2018 at 2:34 am - Reply

    “You are eating what is your own” I could not stop repeating that. The way you say it is hilarious. My favorite part hands down.

  3. Jen M. September 6, 2018 at 2:42 pm - Reply

    Wow. WOW. This story is so messed up on SO many levels. And I have questions, so many questions. If the king had banned flax, how did this woman have any? Why did he stick his supposedly dead daughter in that castle in the first place? How did the fairies come to watch over Talia? Did they never notice anything that might give them a clue that she was being… visited? How did that jerk always know when the fairies were away so that he could… visit? Why did they take off after the twins were born? Did I miss these points because I was too busy saying, “What the f***? What the F***????” all through the episode?

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