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Episode 159: Anniversary Campfire Stories ASMR

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Welcome to ASMR TirarADeguello.

 

Today, Doctor Andrew Michaels is celebrating the end of Camp ASMR, the end of summer, and the third anniversary of this podcast all at once! He and his Camp ASMR staff are enjoying one last campout together to mark the end of the season, and he has been looking forward to treating them to some strange campfire stories tonight. Brace yourself, as these stories could swing anywhere from silly or creepy, to sad or frightening. You never know what will happen when Doctor Andrew Michaels sits down to tell you a story.

 

If you would like to learn more about the marsupial humans, you can go all the way back to Episode 1.

https://tiraradeguello.podbean.com/e/episode-1-marsupial-human/

There you'll hear about the very first time Doctor Andrew Michaels learned about these people, and what his reaction was.

If you are interested in additional ASMR content, you may view our library of videos at youtube.com/tiraradeguello.

 

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The theme song, Atlantis, is by Jason Shaw of audionautix.com, and is used by permission. 

 

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On behalf of Dr. Andrew Michaels, thank you.