Real people in unreal situations.
Each episode is a conversation with someone who has been through something extremely unusual, and I ask them, what was that like?
Brandon was dragged by a horse
Brandon spent 17 years working as an equestrian stuntman. But before starting with the stunt company, he had no experience working with horses at all. And his first “stunt ride” was quite a surprise.
Monika's life was destroyed by a stranger
Monika was a successful real estate agent. Like everyone else, she was on social media regularly and used it to communicate with friends and clients. But one day, she made a mistake. The consequences would affect her life for years to come.
Liz discovered a suicide
It was a nice Friday afternoon. Liz and Ben were about to take their young son to spend a weekend at Disneyworld in Orlando. But before their mini-vacation could even begin, Liz made a horrifying discovery that changed their lives. And that’s just the first half of this episode.
Terri witnessed a murder
Terri was out of school and finally out on her own. She moved hundreds of miles away to New Orleans, got her own apartment, and was excited about living independently in the big city. But she was not ready for the unexpected, horrific thing she saw on the very first day in her new place.
Robin drove the Wienermobile
Robin lives in New York City. She once saw an ad announcing that the Oscar Mayer company was looking to hire a driver for the Wienermobile, and she knew immediately she wanted to do that. She creatively made herself stand out among the other 1000 applicants, and got the job. In this episode she talks about her experience with driving the big hot dog car, as well as the time she got to meet Jerry Stiller.
Two first-hand stories from 9/11
Today is the 19th anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks in New York, Pennsylvania, and DC. In this episode we’ll hear from Lori, who worked in the World Trade Center, and Joe, who was a NYC firefighter, as they each tell their story of what happened on 9/11.