The Broken Yolk, Pt. 1 (2.06)

Season 2 | Episode 6
1h 36m | Apr 23, 2024

Welcome to Spillman, 1958! And welcome to The Broken Yolk: the most haunted diner this side of the Mississippi. Snag a seat at the corner booth, and stay awhile. Our Regulars will make sure you’re taken care of. 

Thank you to Morgan Thomas-Mills for composing our theme song, “The Bottomless Pit Scoot,” which samples music courtesy of the American Folklife Center, Library of Congress.* (You rock, Morgan!)

Another big thanks to Jacob Smith, for composing original music for this episode. You want more music? Check out his solo project, Give Up on Your Dreams, or commission some music at bocajtunes on Soundcloud. But oh wait, would you also like some artwork? Jacob does that too, and takes art commissions at jacob.smith.illustration@gmail,com

Sound credits and content warnings for this episode are available on our website.

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Special thanks to David Jose, who created a virtual playspace of Dread.

* “Sprinkle Coal Dust on My Grave” (also known as “Little Lump of Coal”), performed by Orville J. Jenks and recorded by George Gershon Korson. George Korson Bituminous Songs Collection. AFC 1963/004: AFS 12011. Courtesy of the American Folklife Center, Library of Congress.

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