SNS #37: Moments Of Crisis

“I see sparks flying outside the train, and we stop with a jolt, and lights go out”- Alex Garretson

Fight or flight? When your normal routine suddenly has raised stakes, how do you handle the situation? Today, we get three instances of real crisis and the human response.

Lights Out for Alex

Appetizer: Off The Rails
Andrew is late to interview Alex Garretson due to a kerfuffle on a subway platform, stemming from a train derailment earlier in the day. A train derailment, of which Alex was a passenger.

First Course: Bad Brother
A story from our friends at The Secret Room Podcast. What happens when the face on the Wanted poster belongs to your brother?
(Starts at 08:55)

Second Course: Why Can’t I Feel My Legs?
Alex Garretson takes Andrew through waking up with no feeling in his legs, the long saga towards figuring out why, and how Alex dealt with the crisis in the moment. (Starts at 22:00 )


Vote For THE GRAYSCALE during the semi-final round of the Audio Verse Awards

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Produced by Executive Director Julia Katz, Podcast Production Manager Chelsea Rugg,
and Podcast Head Honcho Andrew Terrance Kaberline

Hosted, Written, and Edited by
Andrew Terrance Kaberline

Except for the story from The Secret Room Podcast, produced by Ben Hamm and Dahlia Beta

Today’s episode featured Alex Garretson and Matthew Schott

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The opening and closing theme for Sunday Night Supper are by Michael Gugliotti

Other music in the episode is by Podington Bear


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