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CGS Podcast Episode 15- The Willey Family: Live Free and Die Horribly

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Welcome back the CGS Blog. It’s been a bit  since we dropped an episode but we’re back like cooked crack, y’all. This week, we’re going all the way up to the great white north, AKA New Hampshire. We talk specifically about the tragedy of the Willey family who were killed in a mudslide. While this wasn’t a necessarily supernatural story, it is damn creepy. Imagine seeing a 60 mile an hour rush of mud 3 miles long coming at you. No imagine there’s a flooded river in the other direction. Talk about nightmare fuel. There’s literally nothing you can do to stop it. It’s a big shit sandwich and regardless of which direction you head, you’re going to have to take a bite.

Anyway, I won’t say too much more about the episode because I don’t want to ruin it for you. What I do want to do is thank you all for listening to us. This show is a labor of love and we couldn’t be more humbled by your support. Our following is small right now but we’re growing by the day. We have listeners tuning in from all over the world and that totally blows my mind. The best part of it all, is that Jordan, Maynerd, and I get to hang out, learn some new stuff, and laugh at ourselves. We hope it provides a bit of an escape for you as well. The world is full of bad news so we want to fill a little of your time with Dick News instead. I hope you like the show. If you have a moment, please give us a review on iTunes or buy a t-shirt from Branded Sports or fa rkletees.com/collections/sarge. Also, keep telling your friends about us and who knows, maybe one day, we’ll come do a live show near you. A guy can dream, can’t he?

Thanks again,

Sarge

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