Episode 42

Episode 42: Shards of Glass Everywhere (Feat. Danny and Kevin Ritz)

Kansas City celebs Danny & Kevin Ritz from the award-winning podcast State Your Line: A Kansas City Podcast have joined us for this week's audio mystery! In true Audio Obscura fashion, we reveal some never-before uttered sentences. Frodo's on hold with AAA and can't step away to take the ring to Mordor, so it's up to Jeremiah Gandalf. Foster gets dude-bro-dad vibes and teaches us about Falkor the Luck Dragon . We get cameos from KC businesses Joslin's Jewelry and Garozzo's. Danny comes so close to revealing the etymology of his name and Kevin likes bird names. David shouts out to Applewood-smoked turkey bacon and enjoys his lollipop. Enjoy. #NoHockeyPants

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Audio Obscura
Improvisers David Martinez and Michael Foster challenge each other and special guests each week to an audio mystery: solve the source and subject from a series of audio clues over the course of the episode. Play with friends or on your own!

About your hosts

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David Martinez

David is a conservation biologist and science communicator. He's worked as an actor, improviser, biologist, and educator. He is also a former member of the KC Improv Company, and has performed improv around Kansas City and elsewhere.
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Michael Foster

Michael Foster is a voice actor, improviser, and podcaster from Kansas City, Missouri. He co-produces the Audio Obscura podcast as well as records voice over projects from his home studio. When the world isn't a terrible disaster movie, you can find him performing regularly with the KC Improv Company.