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KINCAID THE STRANGESEEKER - Volume 1, 2 CD Set

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IN 6 OF HIS MOST BIZARRE ADVENTURES!

Featuring "New Guy at the Morgue" and "The Final Mission" and 4 other strange tales in a 2 CD set!

All episodes listed below:

  • Felicia
  • The Final Mission
  • New Guy At The Morgue
  • Something For Everyone
  • The Thirst of The Blade (With “Gilligan’s Island” Russell Johnson
  • Writers’ Block

 

 

2 CD set with 6 stories: $15.95

 

 

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    By: Stacy Kielczynski October 17, 2009
    I listened to Kincaid the Strangeseeker, Volume 1. All the plays were very entertaining, especially "new guy at the morgue". Please get more mp3 of Kincaid like you have with Harry Nile.