Midnight Marinara Suggestion Box

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« on: 01:21:00 PM 11/18/15 »
Seeing as the podcast is always on the hunt for good Creepypasta to adapt to audio drama form, we find ourselves doing a lot of digging to find stories that will work. But here, we have a community of discerning writers and readers who can point us in the right direction.

Give us some suggestions for stories to look at, either for Midnight Marinara or to be put to scrutiny via Undercooked Analysis.
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« Reply #1 on: 07:27:10 PM 11/18/15 »
The House That Death Forgot. XD

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« Reply #2 on: 12:59:25 AM 11/19/15 »
I enjoyed the "NoEnd House" series by Brian Russel, maybe that can be your new multi-part Undercooked series to replace 1999.

I've already said this to Palette once but one of the first short stories I ever read was "Rain, Rain Go Away" by Isaac Asimov, originally written in the 1950s. Asimov is, of course, well known for his science fiction stories but not for his works in the realm of fantasy. It's a bit old, needs a re-write to keep it fresh/modern but the skeleton of the short narrative is that of a creepypasta that I think you would like.   
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« Reply #3 on: 01:41:08 PM 11/20/15 »
Big fan of undercooked analysis here, and I would love to hear you guys do the story from no sleep about the queens royal guard. It's a little girthy but I think it would make an excellent topic for one of your shows.

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« Reply #4 on: 04:26:14 PM 11/21/15 »
So far, so good! I'm liking what I see so far.

Trust me Slimy, The House That Death Forgot has been on my list for a little while now.  8)

Flea, I've been planning to tackle NoEnd House at some point as well, but I'm not sure if it would be better as a proper episode or an Undercooked, though I suppose being done on both could be an option. And yes, that Asimov piece looks promising. For a long time I've wanted to do some stuff by Ray Bradbury as well, particularly his short story "The Crowd." It's just a matter of copyright.

Funny thing eggstaff, I've actually been reading that one and I really enjoy it! Definitely going to tackle it on Undercooked at some point.

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« Reply #5 on: 05:22:56 PM 11/21/15 »
You should the Huntsville camping trip for a story, and Ronald McDonald house for an undercooked analysis.

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« Reply #6 on: 05:54:04 PM 11/21/15 »
Oh, Jeebus. The Ronald McDonald House thing... XD

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« Reply #7 on: 08:44:12 PM 11/21/15 »
Another favorite I have is called "Sombrero Wearing Dinosaur" - yes that's actually the name of a well received creepypasta. In any case, I'm going to post the story on this website in the found pasta section. Let's see what you think - you may hate it or like it.
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« Reply #8 on: 04:43:05 AM 12/05/15 »
Oh, Jeebus. The Ronald McDonald House thing... XD

do not know what u were talking about that story had me fearing for my entire life.

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« Reply #9 on: 08:26:52 AM 12/18/15 »
I really want to hear you guys do Stranger Danger as an Undercooked Analysis. I think that would be all kinds of great.  ;D
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« Reply #10 on: 02:28:33 PM 12/18/15 »
I really want to hear you guys do Stranger Danger as an Undercooked Analysis. I think that would be all kinds of great.  ;D

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« Reply #11 on: 10:31:43 PM 12/18/15 »
XD

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« Reply #12 on: 12:02:30 AM 12/19/15 »
Danger is my middle name.

Also there are plans for doing a Slimebeast Story Slam somewhere down the line, which Slimebeast isn't invited to.  :P

To that end though, I know I've mentioned to Slimy here that he and I might take a crack at covering Dead Palette's Tales on Undercooked Analysis as well.
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« Reply #13 on: 05:27:57 AM 12/19/15 »
Flea, I've been planning to tackle NoEnd House at some point as well, but I'm not sure if it would be better as a proper episode or an Undercooked, though I suppose being done on both could be an option.
   

Hmmmm.....Thought about it for a while and here's my take.

NoEnd is a very special story to my origins of getting into the genre of creepypasta, I love the story even though there may be things wrong with it. Its one of those things that I find myself unable to give any criticism on.

So my suggestion for NoEnd House is to put it on Undercooked because I would love to see you and Palette tackle it. Hearing NoEnd on an episode of MM would be cool, but I already love the story and imagine that would take a while to produce. I just want to hear your actual thoughts on it. My perspective of 1999 changed because of Undercooked so... that's just my two cents on the matter.
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« Reply #14 on: 06:39:25 AM 12/19/15 »
My favorite dead palette creepypasta would have to be salt. The short and shivery series have been pretty good so far too. Lol do the holders... All of them. Or a discussion about the earlier "ritual pastas" you know, bring object a to place b and so and so will show up and tell you how to enter the fire elemental plane and so on. Some were pretty good back in the day but then again I was a kid when I read them.