Fowl Players Radio Podcast

The Fowl Players of Perryville Murder Mystery on the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad Cosine M for Murder Smarty is having a party, and you’re invited. The brightest minds of our community gather once a week to commiserate and pontificate on the issues of the day. It takes a big brain to be accepted into the Cosine Club. You have to score in the top 1% in the world on an IQ test. With such strict guidelines, some wonder how Cosine Club Founder Q. Bert Cosine can be a member. No one questions the IQ of Cosine Club President Sara Bellum, but she seems distracted by a financial problem. Is Cosine Club Treasurer P.J. Stackmoney up to no good? With all of this controversy, one has to wonder why Montessori University Professor Albert Bright would want to join the Cosine Club, but he is determined to prove himself worthy. It’s about the only thing he hasn’t accomplished. Bright is considered the world’s foremost authority on laser technology (he runs the Laser Lab at MU). Meanwhile, security guard Max L. Smart is here to make sure that everyone present is a genius, so you might have to take a pop quiz. Be ready for anything, because tonight, Cosine is a Tangent for Murder…

The Fowl Players of Perryville Murder Mystery on the Western Maryland Scenic Railroad The Late Late Late Show

Big changes are taking place at a small local television channel. A desire to compete with bigger networks by new station owner and General Manager G.I. Lovecash has prompted changes that have shaken up the whole staff at WMRB TV in Baltimore, MD. The network once prided itself on wholesome family oriented programming with shows such as the Grecian Gourmet with Chef Georgiou Georgioupolis. However, Lovecash plans to shake up the lineup to more scary and shocking programming with a new show hosted by Goria de Vamp, “the Gothic Goddess” who has been surrounded by controversy her entire career because of the raunchy, gory movies she shows and her outlandish, graphic, and over the top stunts she performs in between segments, all in the name of ratings. Meanwhile, station accountant and mail room clerk Ida Beancounter has been noticing some peculiarities in financial reports, strange invoices coming to the station, and missing petty cash. She has enlisted the help of Private Investigator Anthony “Ant” Tenna to perform surveillance around the station and to report any unusual occurrences.

The Late Late Late Show

Big changes are taking place at a small local television channel. A desire to compete with bigger networks by new station owner and General Manager G.I. Lovecash has prompted changes that have shaken up the whole staff at WMRB TV in Baltimore, MD. The network once prided itself on wholesome family oriented programming with shows such as the Grecian Gourmet with Chef Georgiou Georgioupolis. However, Lovecash plans to shake up the lineup to more scary and shocking programming with a new show hosted by Goria de Vamp, “the Gothic Goddess” who has been surrounded by controversy her entire career because of the raunchy, gory movies she shows and her outlandish, graphic, and over the top stunts she performs in between segments, all in the name of ratings. Meanwhile, station accountant and mail room clerk Ida Beancounter has been noticing some peculiarities in financial reports, strange invoices coming to the station, and missing petty cash. She has enlisted the help of Private Investigator Anthony “Ant” Tenna to perform surveillance around the station and to report any unusual occurrences.