Afterlife Modern Radio Drama Episode 3: Hide and Seek


Jimmy recovers some disturbing personal items; ‘the one who got away’ comes back to haunt the ghost of a dead man.

“Wounded pride had funneled all but two things from Jimmy’s mind: money and new pussy—as much of both as he could get.

Between the money he made doing special events catering and modeling jobs, he could afford to go to Skybar; to buy himself and a few ladies drinks if he wanted, but a few drinks didn’t go very far—on what he was earning bottle service was out of his price range at any venue. He switched his routine bar-hopping to strictly meeting women online. This cost him no money upfront but they’d usually end up at a restaurant afterward—Jimmy wasn’t a cheapskate, he wouldn’t let his dates pay—so he’d end up in a similar situation: feeling pressed for cash. After a time or two most women got bored with his stay-at-home dates and started seeing some other guy.

Without more money, Jimmy realized that he’d always end up losing to the other guy—the guy with more money, a better car, better clothes … the guy who could give his girl more expensive (and more frequent) presents, afford better restaurants—that guy … Jimmy was tired of losing to that guy—Jimmy wanted to BE that guy.”

» Based on the book AFTERLIFE by Maxximillian Dafoe—read the first 7 chapters free, tap here.

» Award-nominated Afterlife Modern Radio Drama is a paranormal satire from Maxximillian Dafoe, the creator of the Mollyville dystopian fantasy series. For more from Maxximillian Dafoe visit; for podcasts from Maxximillian Dafoe visit

» Afterlife Modern Radio Drama Episode 03: Hide And Seek Musical Feature: “Rich Man In The Sky” by Otis McDonald

Afterlife Modern Radio Drama is written, produced and performed by Maxximillian Dafoe. Afterlife Modern Radio Drama is a Raven + Crow production.

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