A Thousand Yesteryears, on Lisa Burton Radio #RRBC

Mae’s book on the radio folk! 😀

Entertaining Stories

Maggie Flynn was twelve years old the night she died. She was a victim of one of the worst engineering disasters in American History.

This is Lisa Burton Radio, and I’m your host, Lisa the robot girl. “Welcome to the show, Maggie.”


“Oh no. Don’t go away, Maggie. I need to put another quart of psychode into this ectomometer and turn the gain up to ten.

“There, are you still with us Maggie?”

“Um…I think so. Can you hear me? I’m still getting used to communicating between worlds.”

“You’re coming through loud and clear. I’m so honored to have you on the show. The story of the Silver Bridge disaster is well documented, but maybe you can fill our listeners in on it.”

“Well, I don’t really like thinking about it, but Caden—he’s my older brother—and I went shopping that night. He had to drive across the bridge to…

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  1. Hi, Kev! Just wanted to pop in and personally thank you for the reblog. Thanks for helping me spread the word about the Mothman and A THOUSAND YESTERYEARS! 🙂


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