Three Corners is just your average small town. But like all small towns, scratch the surface, and you'll be surprised at what you find underneath.
In that sense Three Corners is really no different to any other small town I know, except perhaps, for some of the characters you might meet.
The Phone Number
He sat still by the phone.
Cream, cracked, it came from the old house with him to this tiny apartment.
He wanted his own phone, so he could still chat to his mates.
Produced by Postie, voiced by Geoff, Cassie and Andy H, photo by Leah Kelley
Incy... Wincy... Spiders
They cleared the webs. They hunted fearlessly for the elusive orb weaver... and they speculated, in hushed tones away from the car's owner, about the possibility of an egg sac and multiple little orb weavers adding to the web... infestation...
Produced by Postie, photo by Rick Otten
He liked busking as people made their way to work. A melody or tune to make the morning less daunting. Most were wrapped up in their own world, their own music, marching to the beat of the business drum. He enjoyed the surprise that occasionally graced a face... They didn't expect him at that time.
Produced by Postie, photo by Markus Spiske
A Garden Tryst
It was a very small patch of sunlight that lingered in the cool of the evening. But it had been there a while; the stones flat surface was warm to the touch and just wide enough for her to settle comfortably on...
Produced by Postie, photo by Pixabay.
There is no beauty in death, only absence... He'd read that once, in one of his English novels, and it captured the Business elegantly.
Produced by Postie, photo by Photo by Paweł L.
Rattle on Bones
Rattle on Bones was the dusty, sneezy, packed to the rafters, second-hand, antique, junk shop in Three Corners.
Produced by Postie, photo by Burcu Koleli
Loving binge-listening to these tales
I’ve recently discovered Tales from Three Corners and I’m loving binge-listening to the podcast episodes. Great storylines and sound effects. And the “svelte-like tones” of the narrator make the podcast a truly enjoyable listen.
I love this podcast
There is so much to love in this podcast. Delightfully written and beautifully produced, it’s a treasure
An absolute delight
Cannot wait to meet the other 2000-ish residents of this wonderful little town.