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Vaudial (VAW-dee-ull) adj. 1) visual imagery using audio 2) painting pictures in the mind using words Kristofer Velasquez is a writer, director, producer, teacher, and father who has chosen this podcast as a verbal quest for immortality through a collection of musings. Sometimes creatively written, other times just curiously spoken - he hopes that his words might reach his children after he’s gone. From published and unpublished fiction to commentary on everything from horror and science fiction, to writing and creativity, to technology and philosophy. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vaudial/support

Latest Episodes

Fiction Friday: The Winter Hollow 55-57

ESabrina Storey may have a single buckshot lodged somewhere in her brain. That’s the only way to explain her memory loss and dangerous sleepwalking episodes after surviving a horrific shooting at her college. She may not know how she ended up in the hospital, but she knows that PTSD doesn’t include her nightmares directly affecting reality. Her recollections are like a jumbled pile of photographs. Her only companion is a broken camera that may hold clues to what happened. Ghostly visions somehow complete the puzzle of her history and the map of her destiny. And now she discovers she's responsible for a new life. Have her injuries severely damaged her mind? Or are her fugue states actually harbingers of the future? Her dreams are trying to tell her something, but what exactly? One of the school shooting suspects is at large and somehow she's involved. She's running from the memory, but there's someone - or something - coming after her. Hunted by her past. Haunted by her future. For Sabrina, remembering that one thing could be the key to losing everything. And everyone. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vaudial/support

26 MIN5 d ago
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Fiction Friday: The Winter Hollow 55-57

Away With Words: No Ghost of a Chance

There’s 100% chance that 50% of the time you are listening to Kris explain paranormal issues you will have a 25% feeling that there is a ghost occupying 5% of the space you’re currently in, which has 0% possibility of being able to be proven to explained. Please note your findings in your ghosthunting evidence journal. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vaudial/support

28 MIN1 w ago
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Away With Words: No Ghost of a Chance

Fiction Friday: The Winter Hollow 49-54

ESabrina Storey may have a single buckshot lodged somewhere in her brain. That’s the only way to explain her memory loss and dangerous sleepwalking episodes after surviving a horrific shooting at her college. She may not know how she ended up in the hospital, but she knows that PTSD doesn’t include her nightmares directly affecting reality. Her recollections are like a jumbled pile of photographs. Her only companion is a broken camera that may hold clues to what happened. Ghostly visions somehow complete the puzzle of her history and the map of her destiny. And now she discovers she's responsible for a new life. Have her injuries severely damaged her mind? Or are her fugue states actually harbingers of the future? Her dreams are trying to tell her something, but what exactly? One of the school shooting suspects is at large and somehow she's involved. She's running from the memory, but there's someone - or something - coming after her. Hunted by her past. Haunted by her future. For ...

25 MIN1 w ago
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Fiction Friday: The Winter Hollow 49-54

Away With Words: The Answer to the AI Puzzle

If the Terminator or Westworld has taught us anything, it’s that we fail at time travel and cyborgs will always be so much cooler. But they also taught us that in all scenarios, people end up being pretty useless to a race of robots. So before Siri makes it to the 2020 election ballot, Kris shares some insight on the riddle of artificial intelligence. Make sure you’re wearing headphones so that AI folk like Alexa won’t hear this paradigm-destroying epiphany. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vaudial/support

18 MIN2 w ago
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Away With Words: The Answer to the AI Puzzle

Fiction Friday: The Winter Hollow 46-48

ESabrina Storey may have a single buckshot lodged somewhere in her brain. That’s the only way to explain her memory loss and dangerous sleepwalking episodes after surviving a horrific shooting at her college. She may not know how she ended up in the hospital, but she knows that PTSD doesn’t include her nightmares directly affecting reality. Her recollections are like a jumbled pile of photographs. Her only companion is a broken camera that may hold clues to what happened. Ghostly visions somehow complete the puzzle of her history and the map of her destiny. And now she discovers she's responsible for a new life. Have her injuries severely damaged her mind? Or are her fugue states actually harbingers of the future? Her dreams are trying to tell her something, but what exactly? One of the school shooting suspects is at large and somehow she's involved. She's running from the memory, but there's someone - or something - coming after her. Hunted by her past. Haunted by her future. For Sabrina, remembering that one thing could be the key to losing everything. And everyone. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vaudial/support

25 MIN2 w ago
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Fiction Friday: The Winter Hollow 46-48

Fiction Friday: The Winter Hollow 43-45

ESabrina Storey may have a single buckshot lodged somewhere in her brain. That’s the only way to explain her memory loss and dangerous sleepwalking episodes after surviving a horrific shooting at her college. She may not know how she ended up in the hospital, but she knows that PTSD doesn’t include her nightmares directly affecting reality. Her recollections are like a jumbled pile of photographs. Her only companion is a broken camera that may hold clues to what happened. Ghostly visions somehow complete the puzzle of her history and the map of her destiny. And now she discovers she's responsible for a new life. Have her injuries severely damaged her mind? Or are her fugue states actually harbingers of the future? Her dreams are trying to tell her something, but what exactly? One of the school shooting suspects is at large and somehow she's involved. She's running from the memory, but there's someone - or something - coming after her. Hunted by her past. Haunted by her future. For Sabrina, remembering that one thing could be the key to losing everything. And everyone. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vaudial/support

29 MIN3 w ago
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Fiction Friday: The Winter Hollow 43-45

Away With Words: Onward and Awkward

Well, this is going to be awkward. Kris just found the solution our stalled human evolution in the face of the apocalyptic progression of technology and our regression of our collective #intellectual development … and it’s more awkward and longwinded than this sentence. From crazy people at Target to the complete failure of handshakes, get ready … this will be awkward (yes, the paragraph started and ended with this statement. Awkward? Yes, used that word again). --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vaudial/support

19 MINSEP 23
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Away With Words: Onward and Awkward

Fiction Friday: The Winter Hollow 40-42

ESabrina Storey may have a single buckshot lodged somewhere in her brain. That’s the only way to explain her memory loss and dangerous sleepwalking episodes after surviving a horrific shooting at her college. She may not know how she ended up in the hospital, but she knows that PTSD doesn’t include her nightmares directly affecting reality. Her recollections are like a jumbled pile of photographs. Her only companion is a broken camera that may hold clues to what happened. Ghostly visions somehow complete the puzzle of her history and the map of her destiny. And now she discovers she's responsible for a new life. Have her injuries severely damaged her mind? Or are her fugue states actually harbingers of the future? Her dreams are trying to tell her something, but what exactly? One of the school shooting suspects is at large and somehow she's involved. She's running from the memory, but there's someone - or something - coming after her. Hunted by her past. Haunted by her future. For Sabrina, remembering that one thing could be the key to losing everything. And everyone. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vaudial/support

28 MINSEP 20
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Fiction Friday: The Winter Hollow 40-42

Fiction Friday: The Winter Hollow 36-39

ESabrina Storey may have a single buckshot lodged somewhere in her brain. That’s the only way to explain her memory loss and dangerous sleepwalking episodes after surviving a horrific shooting at her college. She may not know how she ended up in the hospital, but she knows that PTSD doesn’t include her nightmares directly affecting reality. Her recollections are like a jumbled pile of photographs. Her only companion is a broken camera that may hold clues to what happened. Ghostly visions somehow complete the puzzle of her history and the map of her destiny. And now she discovers she's responsible for a new life. Have her injuries severely damaged her mind? Or are her fugue states actually harbingers of the future? Her dreams are trying to tell her something, but what exactly? One of the school shooting suspects is at large and somehow she's involved. She's running from the memory, but there's someone - or something - coming after her. Hunted by her past. Haunted by her future. For Sabrina, remembering that one thing could be the key to losing everything. And everyone. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vaudial/support

30 MINSEP 13
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Fiction Friday: The Winter Hollow 36-39

Fiction Friday: The Winter Hollow 31-35

ESabrina Storey may have a single buckshot lodged somewhere in her brain. That’s the only way to explain her memory loss and dangerous sleepwalking episodes after surviving a horrific shooting at her college. She may not know how she ended up in the hospital, but she knows that PTSD doesn’t include her nightmares directly affecting reality. Her recollections are like a jumbled pile of photographs. Her only companion is a broken camera that may hold clues to what happened. Ghostly visions somehow complete the puzzle of her history and the map of her destiny. And now she discovers she's responsible for a new life. Have her injuries severely damaged her mind? Or are her fugue states actually harbingers of the future? Her dreams are trying to tell her something, but what exactly? One of the school shooting suspects is at large and somehow she's involved. She's running from the memory, but there's someone - or something - coming after her. Hunted by her past. Haunted by her future. For Sabrina, remembering that one thing could be the key to losing everything. And everyone. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vaudial/support

31 MINSEP 6
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Fiction Friday: The Winter Hollow 31-35

Latest Episodes

Fiction Friday: The Winter Hollow 55-57

ESabrina Storey may have a single buckshot lodged somewhere in her brain. That’s the only way to explain her memory loss and dangerous sleepwalking episodes after surviving a horrific shooting at her college. She may not know how she ended up in the hospital, but she knows that PTSD doesn’t include her nightmares directly affecting reality. Her recollections are like a jumbled pile of photographs. Her only companion is a broken camera that may hold clues to what happened. Ghostly visions somehow complete the puzzle of her history and the map of her destiny. And now she discovers she's responsible for a new life. Have her injuries severely damaged her mind? Or are her fugue states actually harbingers of the future? Her dreams are trying to tell her something, but what exactly? One of the school shooting suspects is at large and somehow she's involved. She's running from the memory, but there's someone - or something - coming after her. Hunted by her past. Haunted by her future. For Sabrina, remembering that one thing could be the key to losing everything. And everyone. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vaudial/support

26 MIN5 d ago
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Fiction Friday: The Winter Hollow 55-57

Away With Words: No Ghost of a Chance

There’s 100% chance that 50% of the time you are listening to Kris explain paranormal issues you will have a 25% feeling that there is a ghost occupying 5% of the space you’re currently in, which has 0% possibility of being able to be proven to explained. Please note your findings in your ghosthunting evidence journal. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vaudial/support

28 MIN1 w ago
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Away With Words: No Ghost of a Chance

Fiction Friday: The Winter Hollow 49-54

ESabrina Storey may have a single buckshot lodged somewhere in her brain. That’s the only way to explain her memory loss and dangerous sleepwalking episodes after surviving a horrific shooting at her college. She may not know how she ended up in the hospital, but she knows that PTSD doesn’t include her nightmares directly affecting reality. Her recollections are like a jumbled pile of photographs. Her only companion is a broken camera that may hold clues to what happened. Ghostly visions somehow complete the puzzle of her history and the map of her destiny. And now she discovers she's responsible for a new life. Have her injuries severely damaged her mind? Or are her fugue states actually harbingers of the future? Her dreams are trying to tell her something, but what exactly? One of the school shooting suspects is at large and somehow she's involved. She's running from the memory, but there's someone - or something - coming after her. Hunted by her past. Haunted by her future. For ...

25 MIN1 w ago
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Fiction Friday: The Winter Hollow 49-54

Away With Words: The Answer to the AI Puzzle

If the Terminator or Westworld has taught us anything, it’s that we fail at time travel and cyborgs will always be so much cooler. But they also taught us that in all scenarios, people end up being pretty useless to a race of robots. So before Siri makes it to the 2020 election ballot, Kris shares some insight on the riddle of artificial intelligence. Make sure you’re wearing headphones so that AI folk like Alexa won’t hear this paradigm-destroying epiphany. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vaudial/support

18 MIN2 w ago
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Away With Words: The Answer to the AI Puzzle

Fiction Friday: The Winter Hollow 46-48

ESabrina Storey may have a single buckshot lodged somewhere in her brain. That’s the only way to explain her memory loss and dangerous sleepwalking episodes after surviving a horrific shooting at her college. She may not know how she ended up in the hospital, but she knows that PTSD doesn’t include her nightmares directly affecting reality. Her recollections are like a jumbled pile of photographs. Her only companion is a broken camera that may hold clues to what happened. Ghostly visions somehow complete the puzzle of her history and the map of her destiny. And now she discovers she's responsible for a new life. Have her injuries severely damaged her mind? Or are her fugue states actually harbingers of the future? Her dreams are trying to tell her something, but what exactly? One of the school shooting suspects is at large and somehow she's involved. She's running from the memory, but there's someone - or something - coming after her. Hunted by her past. Haunted by her future. For Sabrina, remembering that one thing could be the key to losing everything. And everyone. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vaudial/support

25 MIN2 w ago
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Fiction Friday: The Winter Hollow 46-48

Fiction Friday: The Winter Hollow 43-45

ESabrina Storey may have a single buckshot lodged somewhere in her brain. That’s the only way to explain her memory loss and dangerous sleepwalking episodes after surviving a horrific shooting at her college. She may not know how she ended up in the hospital, but she knows that PTSD doesn’t include her nightmares directly affecting reality. Her recollections are like a jumbled pile of photographs. Her only companion is a broken camera that may hold clues to what happened. Ghostly visions somehow complete the puzzle of her history and the map of her destiny. And now she discovers she's responsible for a new life. Have her injuries severely damaged her mind? Or are her fugue states actually harbingers of the future? Her dreams are trying to tell her something, but what exactly? One of the school shooting suspects is at large and somehow she's involved. She's running from the memory, but there's someone - or something - coming after her. Hunted by her past. Haunted by her future. For Sabrina, remembering that one thing could be the key to losing everything. And everyone. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vaudial/support

29 MIN3 w ago
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Fiction Friday: The Winter Hollow 43-45

Away With Words: Onward and Awkward

Well, this is going to be awkward. Kris just found the solution our stalled human evolution in the face of the apocalyptic progression of technology and our regression of our collective #intellectual development … and it’s more awkward and longwinded than this sentence. From crazy people at Target to the complete failure of handshakes, get ready … this will be awkward (yes, the paragraph started and ended with this statement. Awkward? Yes, used that word again). --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vaudial/support

19 MINSEP 23
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Away With Words: Onward and Awkward

Fiction Friday: The Winter Hollow 40-42

ESabrina Storey may have a single buckshot lodged somewhere in her brain. That’s the only way to explain her memory loss and dangerous sleepwalking episodes after surviving a horrific shooting at her college. She may not know how she ended up in the hospital, but she knows that PTSD doesn’t include her nightmares directly affecting reality. Her recollections are like a jumbled pile of photographs. Her only companion is a broken camera that may hold clues to what happened. Ghostly visions somehow complete the puzzle of her history and the map of her destiny. And now she discovers she's responsible for a new life. Have her injuries severely damaged her mind? Or are her fugue states actually harbingers of the future? Her dreams are trying to tell her something, but what exactly? One of the school shooting suspects is at large and somehow she's involved. She's running from the memory, but there's someone - or something - coming after her. Hunted by her past. Haunted by her future. For Sabrina, remembering that one thing could be the key to losing everything. And everyone. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vaudial/support

28 MINSEP 20
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Fiction Friday: The Winter Hollow 40-42

Fiction Friday: The Winter Hollow 36-39

ESabrina Storey may have a single buckshot lodged somewhere in her brain. That’s the only way to explain her memory loss and dangerous sleepwalking episodes after surviving a horrific shooting at her college. She may not know how she ended up in the hospital, but she knows that PTSD doesn’t include her nightmares directly affecting reality. Her recollections are like a jumbled pile of photographs. Her only companion is a broken camera that may hold clues to what happened. Ghostly visions somehow complete the puzzle of her history and the map of her destiny. And now she discovers she's responsible for a new life. Have her injuries severely damaged her mind? Or are her fugue states actually harbingers of the future? Her dreams are trying to tell her something, but what exactly? One of the school shooting suspects is at large and somehow she's involved. She's running from the memory, but there's someone - or something - coming after her. Hunted by her past. Haunted by her future. For Sabrina, remembering that one thing could be the key to losing everything. And everyone. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vaudial/support

30 MINSEP 13
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Fiction Friday: The Winter Hollow 36-39

Fiction Friday: The Winter Hollow 31-35

ESabrina Storey may have a single buckshot lodged somewhere in her brain. That’s the only way to explain her memory loss and dangerous sleepwalking episodes after surviving a horrific shooting at her college. She may not know how she ended up in the hospital, but she knows that PTSD doesn’t include her nightmares directly affecting reality. Her recollections are like a jumbled pile of photographs. Her only companion is a broken camera that may hold clues to what happened. Ghostly visions somehow complete the puzzle of her history and the map of her destiny. And now she discovers she's responsible for a new life. Have her injuries severely damaged her mind? Or are her fugue states actually harbingers of the future? Her dreams are trying to tell her something, but what exactly? One of the school shooting suspects is at large and somehow she's involved. She's running from the memory, but there's someone - or something - coming after her. Hunted by her past. Haunted by her future. For Sabrina, remembering that one thing could be the key to losing everything. And everyone. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/vaudial/support

31 MINSEP 6
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Fiction Friday: The Winter Hollow 31-35