30 episodes

Lady Finger is a small town like any other. Nestled in the heart of a small county, the denizens are, for the most part, just like you and me. In fact, they could be you and me except for one important detail… or two.

Lady Finger and the surrounding hamlets that make up Clover County will - in the not too distant future - suffer massive nuclear fallout from a sudden reactor leak. Soon they will be quietly wondering if the radioactivity created the abominations that besiege their little community or indeed merely attracted them - perhaps from some unspeakable interdimensional rift.

By the time the Cultists take over the local graveyard and mysterious government agents impose an invisible barrier around the entire county “for their safety”, Clover County will be no more, and Mutant County will stand, festering, in its place. And yet the good people of the county remain, and they’d like to welcome you to their little village... be it ever so humble.

Welcome to Mutant County Michael P. Thiessen and Peter Church

    • Performing Arts
    • 4.0, 2 Ratings

Lady Finger is a small town like any other. Nestled in the heart of a small county, the denizens are, for the most part, just like you and me. In fact, they could be you and me except for one important detail… or two.

Lady Finger and the surrounding hamlets that make up Clover County will - in the not too distant future - suffer massive nuclear fallout from a sudden reactor leak. Soon they will be quietly wondering if the radioactivity created the abominations that besiege their little community or indeed merely attracted them - perhaps from some unspeakable interdimensional rift.

By the time the Cultists take over the local graveyard and mysterious government agents impose an invisible barrier around the entire county “for their safety”, Clover County will be no more, and Mutant County will stand, festering, in its place. And yet the good people of the county remain, and they’d like to welcome you to their little village... be it ever so humble.

    Episode 25: Back to the Past

    Episode 25: Back to the Past

    Notes: “Back to the Past” was written by Michael P. Thiessen, and edited by Peter Church and Brad Graham. It features the vocal talents of Mike Thiessen, Kelsey Krogman, and Brad Graham. Special thanks to Cassie Garbutt and Esther Koepnick for the WLFC studio jingle.

    Episode 24: Battletrek Starlactica

    Episode 24: Battletrek Starlactica

    Notes: “Battletrek Starlactica” was written by Michael P. Thiessen, and edited by Peter Church. It features the vocal talents of Mike Thiessen and Peter Church. Special thanks to Cassie Garbutt and Esther Koepnick for the WLFC studio jingle.

    Episode 23: Hair of the Fever Dream

    Episode 23: Hair of the Fever Dream

    Notes: “Hair of the Fever Dream” was written by Michael P. Thiessen, and edited by Bradley G. Graham. It features the vocal talents of Mike Thiessen, Brad Graham, Hayley Rosenau, Matthew Schaaf and Travis Friesen. Special thanks to Cassie Garbutt and Esther Koepnick for the WLFC studio jingle. Download MP3

    Episode 22: They Still Call Me Bilch

    Episode 22: They Still Call Me Bilch

    Notes: “They Still Call Me Bilch” was written by Michael P. Thiessen, and edited by Bradley G. Graham. It features the vocal talents of Stuart Giesbrecht as Herbert Von Bonch, Anja Jonsson as Sylvia Incubi-Von Bonch & the Pizza Delivery Girl, Matthew Shaaf as the Taser-Wielding Night Watchman, Mike Thiessen as Tad Bilchner, and Brad… Continue reading Episode 22: They Still Call Me Bilch

    Episode 21: They Call Me Bilch

    Episode 21: They Call Me Bilch

    Notes: “They Call Me Bilch” was written and performed by Michael P. Thiessen. Download MP3

    Episode 20: Close Encounters of the Tadwerd Kind (or “At Whit’s End”)

    Episode 20: Close Encounters of the Tadwerd Kind (or “At Whit’s End”)

    Notes: Close Encounters of the Tadwerd Kind (or “At Whit’s End”) was written and performed by Peter Church and Michael P. Thiessen. Special thanks to Cassie Garbutt and Esther Koepnick for the WLFC studio jingle. Download MP3

Customer Reviews

4.0 out of 5
2 Ratings

2 Ratings

Jaxberry ,

Mutant county, mutating podcast

I have to say the initial episodes of the podcast definitely try to figure their footing. As you get further in the podcast opens up a bit with a possible story line and not just the ramblings of a radio host. Still feels figuring out what exactly doing as a podcast.

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