It is Death Knell's one year anniversary, and for it, we have a special episode that includes multiple guests from our first season. For Episode 10, we ask just one question: What was the worst of it? No two stories are alike, no two deaths are the same.
For this month's episode, we spoke to two artists—musician Scott Ferreter and cartoonist Anders Nilsen. In 2005, Anders suffered the death of his fiancé. In 2013, Scott lost his father. Both artists responded to their grief by creating something—Anders, two books, Scott, a record. We spoke to both of them about how they turned their grieving into something public and what it meant to release that something to the public.
On this month's episode, Death Knell takes a brief departure and revisits some older material from interview's past. The isn't a lazy clip show, though! This episode showcases three former guests all talking about having conversations with their loved ones after they died, and how those conversations affected their grief.
The conversations happened in dreams, in rituals and through psychics. The conversations happened somewhere else... out there.