Weird Tales of Twisted, Small-Town Americana



Episode 12:

The Ballad of Bobby Blue

By Alison Crane

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Bobby Blue is the most popular crooner in the tri-counties. Folks come from as far away as Good Hope Farms to hear his dulcet tones.

But Annie and Lana are there for a different reason. They're on a mission where there's no room for distractions. But distractions are everywhere... in Uncanny County.

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Written by Alison Crane, with music by Matthew C. Pritchard. Produced by AJ Cermak and Matthew C. Pritchard with sound design and music direction by Matthew C. Pritchard. It was mastered by Anthony Thompson.

Featuring Shirin Tinati as Lana, Jenny Kirlin as Annie, and Pat McRoberts as Bobby, along with the vocal talents of Alison Crane, Colleen Lis, William Franke, Nicole Greevy, and a special guest appearance by David Cummings.

Music and Lyrics for the song, "Be Bold" were written by Matthew C. Pritchard.

Music and Lyrics for "Let The Music Capture You" were written by Matthew C. Pritchard and Isam Rum.
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Uncanny County is the unholy creation of Todd Faulkner and Alison Crane. It is produced by Todd Faulkner, Alison Crane, and William Franke. Our executive producer is Jessica Walker.

Previous Episodes:

Season One:
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Sally’s “helper robots” practically run the small town of Junction Falls, but much to the consternation of her longtime boyfriend, Hal, they also take up a lot of her time and attention. Feeling increasingly neglected, he confronts Sally — and makes a shocking discovery.
Written by Todd Faulkner, produced by AJ Cermak & Todd Faulkner. Sound design by Todd Faulkner, audio mastering by Anthony Thompson.

Featuring Matthew Rankin as Hal and Nicole Greevy as Sally, along with the vocal talents of Heather McAllister, Babs Winn, Jenny Kirlin, Ron Sanborn, Matthew Hammond, Tom Bartos, William Franke, and Todd Faulkner.
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Business is bad at Bill's Law Firm & Car Wash. Bill's about to shutter the business, when he gets an envelope from a mysterious client. Things are looking up until he makes a deadly mistake, causing the client to reveal their surprising identity...and an impossible choice.
Written by Alison Crane, produced by A.J. Cermak & Alison Crane. Sound design by Alison Crane, audio mastering by Anthony Thompson.

Featuring William Franke as Bill, Jenny Kirlin as Deanna, and Ron Sanborn as Mac, along with the vocal talents of Nicole Greevy, Tom Bartos, Alison Crane, Jamie Buxton, Matthew Hammond, Heather McAllister, and Todd Faulkner.
This episode is dedicated to the memory of our good friend Ron Sanborn.
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Margaret and Beth have grown up with a mother who can, and does, do everything for them. They're about to find out what makes her so capable. They're not going to like it.
Written & produced by Nicole Greevy. Sound design by Nicole Greevy, audio mastering by Anthony Thompson.

Featuring Todd Faulkner as Ted, Colleen Lis as Margaret, Emily Edwards as Beth and Deborah Martin as Alice, along with the vocal talents of Heather McAllister, Nicole Greevy, and Shelle Davis.
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Ted Crider is terrified of clowns. But he and his fiancée, Susan Pasternak, (herself a professional clown) are off to spend the night in the local Clown Motel so he can conquer his irrational fear and they can begin their new life together. Assuming, of course, that his fear turns out to be irrational…


Written by Todd Faulkner, produced by AJ Cermak & Todd Faulkner. Sound design by Todd Faulkner, audio mastering by Anthony Thompson.

Featuring Alison Crane as Susan, Tom Bartos as Ted, Gregory Jones as Buddy, and Nicole Greevy as Sheriff Rowland, along with the vocal talents of William Franke, Ron Sanborn, Colleen Lis, and Todd Faulkner.
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When Calvin is unexpectedly released from prison, his new wife, Amy, disappears. Calvin's desperate search for his bride reveals Amy's dark secret and leads to a deadly confrontation...with Jake.


Written by Alison Crane, produced by AJ Cermak & Alison Crane. Sound design by Alison Crane, audio mastering by Anthony Thompson.

Featuring Katherine Puma as Amy, Tom Bartos as Calvin, and Todd Faulkner as Jake, along with the vocal talents of Ron Sanborn, Monah Yancy, Nicole Greevy, Matthew Hammond, and William Franke.
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In 1938, Orson Welles terrified the nation with a false tale of a Martian invasion. One year later, after being all but driven from the industry, Orson is back on the air and about to face the most challenging broadcast OF HIS LIFE!


Written by Todd Faulkner, produced by AJ Cermak & Todd Faulkner. Sound design by Todd Faulkner, audio mastering by Anthony Thompson.

Featuring Andrew Kaempfer as Orson Welles, along with the vocal talents of Jeffry Denman, Erica Knight, Babs Winn, Dan Truman, Spencer Aste, R. David Robinson, William Franke, Tom Bartos, Nicole Greevy, Alison Crane, and Todd Faulkner.
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Twelve-year-old Treve wants a pet. But not just any pet. He wants something special, something unusual, something different. Because Treve’s felt different ever since his dad died two years ago. But the pet he’s chosen — well, let’s just say it comes with a price he may not be able to meet.


Written and produced by Nicole Greevy. Sound design by Nicole Greevy, audio mastering by Anthony Thompson.

Featuring Xander Crowell as Treve, Nicole Greevy as Jennifer, and Tom Bartos as Mr. Thompson, along with the vocal talents of Damien Buzzerio, Shelle Davis, Ruth Weber, Jenny Kirlin, Matthew Hammond, Alison Crane, and Todd Faulkner. Original music by Ruth Weber, guitar accompaniment by Thomas Crowell.
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Fire lookouts Chester and Henry lead a nice, peaceful life, especially considering that they haven't seen a single fire in five years. When the lookout tower closes, both must adjust to life on the ground. But things are never that simple in Uncanny County.


Written by Alison Crane. Produced by Nicole Greevy, sound design by Alison Crane, audio mastering by Anthony Thompson.

Featuring Todd Faulkner as Chester, Matthew Hammond as Henry, and Heather McAllister as Elva, along with the vocal talents of Jenny Kirlin, Tom Bartos, William Franke, and Nicole Greevy.
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Ashley wants her aging parents to move into assisted living. Reed and Cheryl have other ideas, and want to retain their independence in their golden years. But when they move into a house with strange amenities, they soon realize that Reed’s “senior moments” are the least of their problems.


Written by William Franke. Produced by AJ Cermak, sound design by William Franke and Todd Faulkner, audio mastering by Anthony Thompson.

Featuring Amy Lee Pearsall as Cheryl, Kristin Price as Ashley, and Shelley Valfer as Reed, along with the vocal talents of William Franke, Nicole Greevy, Alison Crane, Shaun Bennet Fauntleroy, Griffin Robert Faulkner, Violet Truman, and Todd Faulkner.
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Lydia Hanlon always dreads her annual trip home for Thanksgiving. This year, unbeknownst to her, she has a really good reason…


Written by Todd Faulkner. Produced by Nicole Greevy and Todd Faulkner, sound design by Todd Faulkner, audio mastering by Anthony Thompson.

Featuring Devin McCall as Lydia, Amanda Rojas as Jennifer, Julie Campbell as Barbara and Christopher Harrod as Joe, along with the vocal talents of Jeremy Varner, Katherine Puma, Alison Crane, William Franke, Nicole Greevy, Todd Faulkner and featuring a special transmission by Sammy & Ben at King Falls AM.

Any similarity to any person or coffee company living, dead, or simply delicious, is purely coincidental.
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This month, our weird tale takes the form of a holiday poem: Sheriff Rowland tries to capture her annual visitor – a mythological creature that's been raising a ruckus on early Christmas mornings since she was a small child…

Suitable for all ages.


Written by Todd Faulkner. Produced by Todd Faulkner and Alex Thompson, sound design by Todd Faulkner, audio mastering by Anthony Thompson.

Featuring Nicole Greevy as Sheriff Rowland, William Franke as Deputy Dillard, and Griffin Robert Faulkner as the Jackalope.
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Uncanny County is the unholy creation of Todd Faulkner and Alison Crane. It is produced by Todd Faulkner, Alison Crane, and William Franke. Our executive producer is Jessica Walker.
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