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Voyeuristic or not, here’s your chance to sneak a peek into a stranger’s emails and glimpse at the annals of infinity! Mike Correll, director of 'Chet Zar: I Like to Paint Monsters', brings you an auditory experience like no other...

Everyone has had a dream sometime in their life which was so potent and vivid that they were unable to tell the difference between the dream and reality. So too has everyone experienced something while waking which was so fantastic that they cannot explain how it occurred. A fine line exists between these two states, those of waking and dreaming.

This Podcast explores my own personal fine line: the invisible gap between waking and dreaming, between possible and impossible, between life and death. I recount experiences which have been crucial to the shaping of my perception and in turn my philosophy.

There is another element which you will find interwoven between these snapshots of my past: emails. During my travels I made the acquaintance of a guy struggling through a difficult time in his life. He relied on negative, self-fulfilling prophecies and was addicted to snorting pharmaceuticals. I knew I could help him with some of his problems, and so I began a discourse with him.

I began thereafter a campaign of email communications―sometimes shocking, periodically humorous, but always poignant―in an effort to stimulate his personal journey towards new found freedom.

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    • 5.0, 6 Ratings

Voyeuristic or not, here’s your chance to sneak a peek into a stranger’s emails and glimpse at the annals of infinity! Mike Correll, director of 'Chet Zar: I Like to Paint Monsters', brings you an auditory experience like no other...

Everyone has had a dream sometime in their life which was so potent and vivid that they were unable to tell the difference between the dream and reality. So too has everyone experienced something while waking which was so fantastic that they cannot explain how it occurred. A fine line exists between these two states, those of waking and dreaming.

This Podcast explores my own personal fine line: the invisible gap between waking and dreaming, between possible and impossible, between life and death. I recount experiences which have been crucial to the shaping of my perception and in turn my philosophy.

There is another element which you will find interwoven between these snapshots of my past: emails. During my travels I made the acquaintance of a guy struggling through a difficult time in his life. He relied on negative, self-fulfilling prophecies and was addicted to snorting pharmaceuticals. I knew I could help him with some of his problems, and so I began a discourse with him.

I began thereafter a campaign of email communications―sometimes shocking, periodically humorous, but always poignant―in an effort to stimulate his personal journey towards new found freedom.

Customer Reviews

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6 Ratings

6 Ratings

Aprylnators ,

Excellent story telling!

I absolutely love this podcast! The stories Mike tells are so interesting & at times intense and even creepy. The wisdom derived from these experiences is interwoven throughout. Listen to this podcast!

BBrandmeyer ,

Wow!

Because I am a listener of The Dark Arts Society, and a fan of "I like to paint Monsters"- Mike's documentary on Chet Zar, I thought I would give this a listen.
I love it! It's trippy, philosophical, and humorous (in a dark way) all at the same time.
The background music gives it a sinister quality that sets a mysterious mood and is an interesting layer into itself.
Love it!

MillionPM ,

Reality Bent

I listened to a handful of these episodes live last year on periscope. I was extremely excited when I heard Mike would be releasing them on iTunes. If you are curious or familiar with the unknown and stranger side of our existence; then you need to ride this train. The push and pull between the email recipient and Mike own recollections seems like micro episodes inside of macro episodes. Just check it out.

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