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Lost in Williamsburg is a multi-generational supernatural drama set in Williamsburg, Virginia. The story shifts between the 18th century and present day, and follows the lives of several local Williamsburgers and W&M College students as they navigate the strange and unexplained happenings that happen so frequently in our quaint little town.

Lost In Williamsburg Phillip Merritt

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Lost in Williamsburg is a multi-generational supernatural drama set in Williamsburg, Virginia. The story shifts between the 18th century and present day, and follows the lives of several local Williamsburgers and W&M College students as they navigate the strange and unexplained happenings that happen so frequently in our quaint little town.

    Lost in Williamsburg 20: A Little Bit Longer

    Lost in Williamsburg 20: A Little Bit Longer

    So this is it. The big super-sized finale that provides a closure of sorts to the Cats With Benefits/Old Country Road Killer storylines. Though Halloween night has ended (depending on how you define such things), there are still plenty of horrific things in store for the residents of Williamsburg. But what do a couple pieces of ugly old jewelry have to do with anything? I can’t tell you that, but I will say that not everyone makes it through alive to find out the answer!

    This podcast contains swearing.

    • 48 Min.
    Lost in Williamsburg 19: Up All Night

    Lost in Williamsburg 19: Up All Night

    Yes, it’s still Halloween night and yes, the seance is still going on. But before we hear how that turns out, why don’t we take a 250 year detour back to an earlier, chillier October evening in Williamsburg? Just for a bit though. Once the stars have aligned and all the owls have hooted their last hoots, it’s back to those crazy kids at the Equator. Will they finally make a supernatural connection with Aaron?

    Over at the Williamsburg Police Station, Tracy Daggett’s exhausting all-nighter is coming to an eager end. But to her chagrin, just as she’s about to head out the door, she bumps elbows with an old Lafayette High classmate. Someone our long-time listeners might recognize. Oh, and this episode contains a special bonus—not one, but two mysterious bags!

    This podcast contains swearing

    Frederick Corney as Professor Jobriath
    Mark Hutchens as Thomas Jefferson
    Cal Shuey as Richard Holcombe
    Pete Lutz as Gideon Blackhard
    Reid Perkins as Caleb Souter
    Calvin Glaspie as Ted
    Breanne Long as Bree
    Claire Penix as Meghan Marshall
    Colleen Kennedy as Hexabeth Blackhard
    Jacob Wilson as Josh Ryder
    Claudia Swain As Jordan Bales
    Christa Mouser as Tracy Daggett
    Debbi Burcham as Tanner
    Dennis Leonituck Jr. as Perry
    Michael Turner as Ed Jackson
    And Timothy Costelloe as Francis Fauquier

    Produced, directed, written and scored by Phillip Merritt
    Thank you to Freesound.org for the use of their creative commons sound effects.
    ©Phillip Merritt, 2017
     

    • 26 Min.
    Lost in Williamsburg 18: Out of the Blue

    Lost in Williamsburg 18: Out of the Blue

    It’s just about midnight on Halloween night! It’s also intermission time at the party and the member’s of our favorite rock band, Cat’s With Benefits (Josh, Lauren, Zeph and newest member Olivia), need a bit of alone time to decompress from the usual rock band stresses. Options include kicking back with a cold beverage or a secret rendezvous out back behind the bushes.
    Meanwhile, the show’s MC Caleb heads upstairs to Meghan’s seance because... you know...he’s open-minded. Concurrently, John and Roger have to deal with an interruption to their late night excursion to the abandoned homestead at Dunhill Farm. Things could get dicey. Simultaneously, over at the Williamsburg cemetery, some familiar faces make a reappearance.
    This podcast contains swearing
    Sivan Tobias as Casey
    Elizabeth Flatt as Lisa
    Nora Knight as Olivia Bryson
    Kat Turk as Lauren Tasky
    Philip Burcher as John Dunhill
    Robert Mosby as Roger P. Shiffle
    Christa Mouser as Tracy Dagget
    Rebecca Suerdieck as Tanner
    Reid Perkins as Caleb Souter
    Calvin Glaspie as Ted
    Breanne Long as Bree
    Claire Penix as Meghan Marshall
    Colleen Kennedy as Hexabeth Blackhard
    Jacob Wilson as Josh Ryder
    Claudia Swain as Jordan Bales
    Daniel Turner as Zeph Metcalf
    Alex Laney as Trevor
    Frederick Corney as Professor Jobriath
    And Djuna Knight as Julie Dunhill
    Additional voices provided by Jalen Mouser, Melissa May, Paul Hellyer and Mia Council
    Produced, directed, written and scored by Phillip Merritt
    Thank you to Freesound.org for the use of their creative commons sound effects.
    ©Phillip Merritt, 2016

    • 26 Min.
    Lost in Williamsburg 17: Something to Remember

    Lost in Williamsburg 17: Something to Remember

    It’s time for an intermission at the big Halloween party in downtown Williamsburg. Cat’s with Benefits’ first set went great and boy are those kids stoked! But could all that excitement be masking something? After all, their lead singer is still missing. Oh, and guess who picked tonight to finally make a reappearance. It’s Jordan, Aaron’s girlfriend (from way back in episode 3). Out on the Old Country Road, John and Roger’s quest to see the moon over the James is sidetracked when something odd happens.
    This podcast contains swearing.
     
    Tonight’s cast includes:
    Reid Perkins as Caleb Souter
    Jacob Wilson as Josh Ryder
    Kat Turk as Lauren Tasky
    Daniel Turner as Zeph Metcalf
    Nora Knight as Olivia Bryson
    Claudia Swain As Jordan Bales
    Claire Penix as Meghan Marshall
    Philip Burcher as John Dunhill
    Robert Mosby as Roger P. Shiffle
    Albert Heatwole as Pa Dunhill
    Alison Valenti Peabody as Ma Dunhill
    Caroline Corney as your host
    And Caroline Peabody as the young Valerie Dunhill
    Additional voices by Jalen Mouser and Paul Hellyer
     
    Produced, directed, written and scored by Phillip Merritt
    Thank you to Freesound.org for the use of their creative commons sound effects.
    ©Phillip Merritt, 2016

    • 25 Min.
    Lost in Williamsburg 16: The Visitors

    Lost in Williamsburg 16: The Visitors

    It’s finally (!!!) time for the big Halloween show at the Equator, Williamsburg’s favorite college hangout, and the rowdy crowd of William & Mary students is about to find out if Cats with Benefits will perform or not. Will they get to hear the last song Aaron Seager wrote before his disappearance? Do they care? Show organizer and MC Caleb Souter is stressed out, but doing his best. Down the street, still anguishing over his daughter Valerie, John Dunhill hides out from the trick or treaters in the upstairs bedroom of his comatose daughter Julie. And after a strange, unexpected guest makes an appearance on the Dunhill’s porch, John tries to release some tension at the end of this windy and eerie night.
    Written, directed, scored and produced by Phillip Merritt
    The Girl Who Messed Me Up produced by Mike Puccio, vocals by John Demarzo
    It’s Not a Party (Until Someone Breaks Your Heart) vocals provided by Nathaniel Clemmons, Nora Knight and Julia Mosby
    Thank you to freesound.org and freemusicarchive.org for the use of their creative commons sound effects and music samples including:
    Lamprey - Through You
    Kellee Maize - The Fact Is
    Isidore Soucy - Quadrille Laurier
    Alliance - All
    Jason Shaw - Parting Glass
    PC-One - Division
    Also included are short snippets of songs under the Fair Use Doctrine.
    ©Phillip Merritt, 2016

    • 26 Min.
    Lost in Williamsburg 15: Voices

    Lost in Williamsburg 15: Voices

    Dale, spending the afternoon at the Historic Williamsburg Library looks to Valerie for some answers about that diary he’s been reading. He won’t like what he finds, but certain other townsfolk definitely will. And though Margaret knows more than anyone about the weird things going on in town, even she has a thing or two to learn about Hexabeth. Meanwhile, the three remaining members of Cats with Benefits, try to fill the open spot in the group’s roster (though never in their hearts). If you didn’t already send in your demo, it’s too late now.
    Martha Kandler Smith as Linda
    Elizabeth Barnes as Deborah
    Will Hausman as Dale Souter
    Dana Wood as Hannah
    Louise Menges as Margaret Souter
    Kat Turk as Lauren Tasky
    Reid Perkins as Caleb Souter
    Jacob Wilson as Josh Ryder
    Daniel Turner as Zeph Metcalf
    Nora Knight as Olivia Bryson
    Taylor Fisher as Brett Tucker
    Sara Corney as Kira Maso
    Jenny Putzi as Ghost #1
    Susan Branch Smith as Ghost #2
    Josh Piker as Ghost #3
    Francesca Sawaya as Ghost #4
    Michael George as Mr. Eubanks
    Philip Burcher as John Dunhill
    Joan Turner as Jessie Dunhill
    Paul Hellyer as musician #3
    Anna Katherine and Jack Martin as the library Patrons
    and Charlie Putzi as the ghost boy
    Written, directed, scored and produced by Phillip Merritt
    Thank you to Freesound.org for the use of their creative commons sound effects.
    ©Phillip Merritt, 2016

    • 19 Min.

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