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Episode 5 - Old-One, The Moon, The Mosquito and the Thunder

(0:00 - 0:23)       Theme songs (rpn and Nodcast)

(0:24 - 2:31)       The past week, e-mails, and story introduction

()       1st story: Old-One

()       2nd story: The Moon

()       3rd story: The Mosquito and the Thunder

()       Closing remarks

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Credit: Guitar theme by Mike Langlois.

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