An Introduction to a decade of shows on this network including the zombie horror serial HG WORLD, the pulp adventure HIDDEN HARBOR MYSTERIES, fantasy and horror fiction, and podcasts on writing, cosplay, ghost hunting, and more. All on one channel.  Like and subscribe for more adventures and check out Jay's web page - www.jaysmithaudio.com

  • Narrated by Tracy Hall
  • "De-evolving" - (Theme from HG World) by Jonathan Coulton
  • Hidden Harbor Mysteries intro by Bryan Lincoln and Dave Robison
  • Music by Kevin MacLeod

Ronni and Hicks find there are stranger things in the woods than the walking dead. An abandoned helicopter provides clues to the scope and scale of the zombie uprising. Gray and Derrik face a dark future wounded and under siege. The United Nations finds itself under fire from an unexpected source. The Cast Features Keith R A DeCandido as Todd Rage, Stacy Dooks as Gray, D J Breau as Derrik, Lee Sands as Dogberry, Mark Zaricor as Joe, Rebecca Rinas as Ronni, Ryan Smith as Hicks D T Kelly as Helms, Ayoub Khote as McInnes, Michael Stokes as Grant. HG World is produced by 3015 North Studios. Written and produced by Jay Smith with production assistance by Martha Linbo-Terhaar Carole Stokes, Michael Stokes and Pam Smith. www.goodmorningsurvivors.com

Long before the zombie apocalypse, Neil McInnes lived in the most dangerous and hopeless parts of the world as part of various United Nations initiatives.  After a fall from grace withing the ranks of the Royal Air Force, Fight Lieutenant McInnes was sent to a small African nation in the midst of a bloody genocidal war. 

Here is Part 1 of "A Simple Prop" by Jay Smith, read by Ayoub Khote with music by Kevin MacLeod and mastered by Michael L Stokes.

While waiting for more Jill Woodbine and The Googies, please feel free to comment on this episode.  Listener response will determine if the show is picked up for a full season on the 3015 North Network.

(*This episode was made available for a short period in 2012 as a test episode)

Returning from what was to have been an "honorable defeat" McInnes finds himself the center of a media firestorm over a supposed threat he made to the newly recognized dictator of

M’Benda.

His hope of going home to his wife and daughter are in jeopardy and his only way to avoid deployment to the Balkans is to claim unfitness for duty.

Here is Part 2 of "A Simple Prop" by Jay Smith, read by Ayoub Khote with music by Kevin MacLeod and mastered by Michael L Stokes.

While waiting for more Jill Woodbine and The Googies, please feel free to comment on this episode.  Listener response will determine if the show is picked up for a full season on the 3015 North Network.

(*This episode was made available for a short period in 2012 as a test episode)

This show was a pilot for a series about Winston Somerset Palmer, a man who survived cancer and embarked on a quest to find himself. Winston's story evolved into what became a novel, "The Resurrection Pact" with Winston (now "Casey") finding a strong reason to live in a geek noir mystery.

This is the original concept, produced in November of 2010. 

"When you've got nothing to look forward to, you find yourself looking back"

On the other side of the pain and the fear, beyond the long, desperate nights alone or among strangers, they told me there would be peace. They told me there would be light and music and joy. In the end, there was just another day. At a luxury Caribbean resort on the island of Charu, Winston Somerset Palmer looks off The Deep End and considers his past, his second chance, and how he can deconstruct a lifetime of mediocrity.

"Featuring Frank Bedene, Steve Cox, Stacy Dooks, Tracy Hall, D.T. Kelly, and Ayoub Khote. Written and Directed by Jay Smith. Audio production by Michael L. Stokes. Music furnished via the Creative Commons License, "Beach Party", “Stealth Groover” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com), "Brain Drift" by Michael L Stokes, and featuring "I'm Letting Go" by Josh Woodward."

Private Detective Horn infiltrates the Alraune Building, home to infamous Club Penumbra.  What he discovers appears to be more sinister than even he expected.  The Femme Phantom visits a fallen adversary to find out more about Mistress Penumbra's plot.

With Dave Robison as The Narrator, Veronica Giguere as Barbara Wilson, Kathryn Pryde as Mistress Penumbra, Lauren Harris as Mishka Rosenko, Rish Outfield as Michael McBrion, Ayoub Khote as Michael’s father, Chris Lester as Guard#1, John Scott Ballentine as Guard#2, Alex White as Greenstreet, and Norm Sherman as Detective Horn.

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