Episode Three: Curiosity Killed the Cat

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The children find out more about the witch's trusty familiars when their ages are revealed. Could they really be as old as they say?
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The Witch in the Woods Podcast is a Zombie Burrito Production and was written and executive produced by Becky McLaughlin.

Season One was directed by Michael Ackerman and stars Maddox Butler as Baz, Riley Meehan as Ari, Krynn McLaughlin as Olivia, Astoria McLaughlin as Naomi, Becky McLaughlin as Coro, Jon Furr as Barnaby, Caitlin Stafford as Grimalkin, and Emily Emerson as Rosa.

The Black Ribbon Necklace was directed by Becky McLaughlin and Janel Fuller, and featured the voice talents of Michael Ackerman and Danny and Sara Butner as Camille. Sound Design and editing by Becky McLaughlin, with sounds from Zapsplat.com.

The Keyhole was directed and audio designed by Lara Ianni and edited by Becky McLaughlin. It featured the voice talents of Janice Lovett as The Receptionist and Ben Hill as Charles with original music titled “Cryptic Sorrow” by Kevin MacLeod.

Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3568-cryptic-sorrow

License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license

The theme music for Season One was created by Ken Ashford, based on the composition "Dance Macabre" by Camille Sans Sons.
Season One artwork by Riley Meehan.
Episode Three thumbnail by Astoria McLaughlin.

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