On a winter evening in January, Morgan goes out to find her cat Echo. She tracks him to an unusually dark shadow in the middle of a park where she can hear Echo but can’t see him. Twelve weeks later, a security guard finds Morgan and Echo standing in front of Queen Hatshepsut temple in Egypt; Morgan still dressed in her winter parka.

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Written by Alan V Hare.

Read by Mitchel Tew

Audio Post-production Matthew Erdmann

Opening and Closing composed and created by David Hume

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On a winter evening in January, Morgan goes out to find her cat Echo. She tracks him to an unusually dark shadow in the middle of a park where she can hear Echo but can’t see him. Twelve weeks later, a security guard finds Morgan and Echo standing in front of Queen Hatshepsut temple in Egypt; Morgan still dressed in her winter parka.

Makeshift Stories is a proud member of the Alberta Podcast Network powered by ATB Financial.

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You can help us out by letting your Twitter friends know about @makeshift_scifi. You can post a tweet now  http://clicktotweet.com/9eCk0

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CREDITS

Written by Alan V Hare.

Read by Mitchel Tew

Audio Post-production Matthew Erdmann

Opening and Closing composed and created by David Hume

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One of the human computers in a data processing triad, concerned over errors in their predictions, suspects their newest member is a plant working for the artificial intelligence which has taken over the globe. As her suspicions grow, she begins to notice anomalies in her own environment, which point to an unexpected source for the problems her computing group is having.

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CREDITS

Written by Alan V Hare.

Read by  Mitchel Tew

Opening and Closing composed and created by David Hume

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To boost his fledgling career, and watch his mon receive a lifetime service award, Doctor Slow-mo, a neophyte superhero, attempts to go to his first professional superhero conference. While other members of his family use their powers or influence to get to there, Doctor Slow-mo ends up going on a commercial flight. When lousy weather forces his plane to redirect to a different airport, circumstances press Doctor Slow-mo into action.

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CREDITS

Written by Alan V Hare.

Read by  Mitchel Tew

Opening and Closing composed and created by David Hume

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Ellie, a student, rents the only room she can afford near her university. But the place turns out to have a colony of flies and a slightly pungent smell. She finds the flies’ behaviour odd and very distracting. Frustrated by her landlord’s refusal to help, she complains to the city. Too late, Ellie discovers the flies are intelligent and had come to a unique agreement with the previous tenant.

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CREDITS

Written by Alan V Hare.

Read by  Mitchel Tew

Opening and Closing composed and created by David Hume

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