14 episodes

Late night confessional stories to rejuvenate your soul.

With found audio footage, melodic effects and an uncanny narrative.



These experiments are designed for nighttime listeners before drifting to sleep.

Experimental Stories York Campbell

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Late night confessional stories to rejuvenate your soul.

With found audio footage, melodic effects and an uncanny narrative.



These experiments are designed for nighttime listeners before drifting to sleep.

    Worst Enterview Ever

    Worst Enterview Ever

    I had a very awkward experience recently. I was invited as a special guest on one of India's most popular podcasts. The problem was, I don't speak Hindi. And the host doesn't speak English. So I had to rely on my interpreter, but unfortunately she couldn't be trusted.







    I'm not the type to pick fights with other podcasters, but sometimes you have to speak up when they act like this. I don't blame my interpreter Priya too much. She tried to soften what the host was saying, instead of translating it word for word. I get that. Some words can hurt the ego.















    Season 7 later on this year. I know you've been waiting for a long time, but I promise it will be worth it. I put a lot of care and creativity into my writing and production, so thank you for your patience and support. While you wait, you can enjoy my nocturnal podcast, Experimental Stories. This is a unique podcast that I created for night owls like you. It's full of surprises and mysteries that will keep you company in the dark.







    All of the incridible Indian music for this episode is from Epidemic Sound.







    To show your love for this show and to help a brother out, please buy me a coffee at buymeacoffee.com/earthstories When you give back I'll mention your name on the show.







    When I'm not writing or recording shows you can find me lurking around on twitter. Send me a DM and check out all of my tweets. @poeticearthling.

    • 15 min
    Fruit Fly Existence

    Fruit Fly Existence

    Imagine if your lifespan was the length of a Fruit Fly?







    Special Episode







    The average human lifespan is 80 years. God has given us time to grow and develop not just physically but spiritually.







    However, many of us waste those precious years in pursuit of meaningless things. We attach ourselves to immediate gratifications and hitch our wagons on a star.







    80 years is fleeting, if your young you may think otherwise. The older you grow the more precious is time.







    If your life was reduced from 80 years to a few days how different would you live?







    Season two is arriving later this year. In the meantime please tell a friend about this show. Also, you can keep in touch with me on Twitter (X) @Experimentalstories.







    I’m also the host of Welcome To Earth Stories, season 7 is also arriving later on this year.







    All music is licensed under Epidemic Sound   

    • 5 min
    Learning To Fly

    Learning To Fly

    If we're not careful we can mold and shape our children into our carbon copy.







    Season 1, Episode 10















    One of the biggest lessons of parenthood is to allow your child to spread his wings. We all want to see our children flourish and go beyond the limits. Every well adjusted parent wants their child to be better than them, however there's pressure applied by some parents to shape their child into another version of themselves.







    This episode deals with my own struggles as a father and some unrelated stories to close this season.







    Listen and follow my other podcast, Welcome To Earth Stories at Welcometoearthstories.com, also follow me on Twitter (X) @experimenstory.







    Thank you for listening to the season finale, see you next season.

    • 16 min
    Backward Numbers

    Backward Numbers

    Technological achievement is a poor replacement for intimacy.







    Season 1, Episode 9







    A few years ago I didn’t know anything about computers, and I wasn't into slick cadets, except for a handheld electronic dictionary.







    Because the writing world moved to social media I reluctantly followed. Established authors said the only way to make it as a writer is to embrace Facebook and similar sites.







    At that time I despised the "online world" and deemed it as a drag on the soul and a waste of time. All of these likes, hearts, follower count and retweets was creating anxiety issues.







    Sometimes I still despise it and view social media as a time suck.There I am at 2 in the morning scrolling through twitter, or should I say brainlessly scrolling through twitter trying to find something to perk my interest.







    Minutes turn into hours as I beat myself up for not getting anything done.







    That's bad, but that's not the worst part.Quality time with my wife is also compromised.I know, that's pretty awful.







    Things are better now, not perfect but a huge improvement.I'm practicing more self control and learning I don't need to be "on" all the time.It's not like thousands of people are waiting breathlessly for my next post.







    A simple thing as putting down the phone and staring in her eyes goes a long way. This action builds intimacy.







    The following was used for this media project:Music: Scary Industrial Noises by Tim KuligFree download: https://filmmusic.io/song/11273-scary-industrial-noisesLicense (CC BY 4.0): https://filmmusic.io/standard-license







    Music: Celestial Theta Brainstems by Tim KuligFree download: https://filmmusic.io/song/10150-celestial-theta-brainstemsLicense (CC BY 4.0): https://filmmusic.io/standard-license







    Listen and follow my other podcast, Welcome To Earth Stories at Welcometoearthstories.com







    Also follow me on Twitter (X) @experimenstory

    • 14 min
    Slinky Universe

    Slinky Universe

    Is freewill only a figment of one's imagination?







    Season 1, Episode 8







    Are you old enough to remember the slinky, this is a popular spring like toy accidentally created by Richard James in 1943.







    Even if you didn't play with a slinky your probably familiar with the commercial.







    Wait a moment, you've seen the commercial right?If not, pause what you're reading, go to YouTube and type it in.







    Are you back?







    The slinky is comprised of metal coils, each coil affects the other as it climbs down the stairs.It's future moves depends on the previous.







    We inhabit a Slinky Universe where each action is determined by the former.This notion may eradicate the concept of free will.









    Without free will or autonomy we can blame everything on the past. We could say society made me this way for good or bad and my future actions are written by events outside of my control.









    Isn't that the problem today, people not taking ownership of their mess and pointing the finger at someone else.English poet, John Donne, most quotable line rings through,"No man is an island."







    John Donne was right we are all interconnected, whatever you do will affect me to a greater or lesser extent since we all occupy this planet.







    But I don't believe this eliminates free will, however it may reduce it.







    Listen and follow my other podcast, Welcome To Earth Stories at Welcometoearthstories.com







    Also follow me on Twitter (X) @experimenstory

    • 13 min
    Midnight Train

    Midnight Train

    Strange thoughts as I take the midnight train.







    Season 1, Episode 7







    When I lived in Toronto I took the late night train to work.It was quiet and we weren't sardined in a metal box.







    Because of this you could allow yourself and your thoughts to drift on the tracks. Be careful though you may fall asleep, I've done so multiple times.







    Humanity is different when the sun goes down.Our thoughts turn inward as we grapple with our mortality.There's less distractions, time constraints and appointments.







    I've used these late night train rides to write about my fellow passengers: the drunk, the sober, the hipster and the pacifist.







    Listen and follow my other podcast, Welcome To Earth Stories at Welcometoearthstories.com







    Also follow me on Twitter (X) @experimenstory

    • 13 min

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