Sunday, June 29, 2014

Today in History (June 29)

In 1613, London's original Globe Theatre, where many of Shakespeare's plays were performed, was destroyed by a fire sparked by a cannon shot during a performance of "Henry VIII."
After this incident, Winnie Wheatworth swore off her flaming Sambuca shots.
A few time travel trips later, Winnie was at it again, but was able to blame the fire on Mrs. O'Leary's cow.

Where's Horace Been?

It's been quite a few days since we've had an update on Horace's adventures, or a "Today in History", or a celebrity endorsement.
So what's going on with the time detective?
Simply put, he's getting ready.
Big things are coming clients, including mass advertisements, edits on new adventures, and incredible merchandising.
Horace is funding this himself right now, but if you'd like to help go to and send a few dollars our way. You won't just be funding a great project, you'll be getting awesome rewards in doing so!
Stay tuned, clients. It's going to be a great time.

Sunday, June 22, 2014

Dead Like Queen

Horace awakens from a lovely nap to discover that Queen Victoria is hovering over him in a not so familiar place. Turns out Horace is dead, and this limbo he's stuck in is escapable... so long as he listens to her majesty's recounting of an encounter with Nancy Larkin, the despicably friendly Necromancer.

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And be sure to listen til the end as a thank you to our sponsor "The Chair", the film based on the comic of the same name by Peter Simeti and Kevin Christensen.  Find their Kickstarter page at

Saturday, June 21, 2014

Helping Horace

Horace's new adventure relies on you! Don't let him wither away eternity in this mysterious cell!

Visit to save the time detective.

Monday, June 16, 2014

Sunday, June 15, 2014

The Rewards are in the Job

Our updated Kickstarter is up and running with new Rewards! The price on the playing cards reward has been cut drastically in order to include our newest (and most exciting) reward... the official HK speaker!

Wednesday, June 11, 2014

A Kickin' Start

Want to support your favorite scifi comedy podcast while scoring some sweet merchandise?
The link below's the one for you!
Thank you all for your support, and thanks for guaranteeing our future!

Thursday, June 5, 2014

Today in History (June 5)

In 1933, the United States went off the gold standard.
Horace suggested platinum, while Winnie suggested wines and whiskeeys over twenty years of age. In an alternate dimension where her plan went through, Winnie immediately drank the country into a recession.

Tuesday, June 3, 2014

Today in History (June 3)

In 1924, author Franz Kafka, 40, died near Vienna. There are some, however, who say he scurried under a refrigerator when someone turned the light switch on and was simply not seen again.

Monday, June 2, 2014

Today in History (June 2)

In 1897, Mark Twain, 61, was quoted by the New York Journal as saying from London that "the report of my death was an exaggeration."
Dear heavens, though, the reports were accurate. The Twain doppelganger frequents tourist trap steamboats to this day, feeding on those who grow comfortable with what they think is a novelty impersonator.

Sunday, June 1, 2014

Today in History (June 1)

In 1792, Kentucky became the 15th state of the union.
Few know the origins of the state's title, but one headstrong time detective with offices at the corner of First and Cox could fill you in.

Raising her voice to raise the dead

We are finishing transmissions on Queen Victoria's meetup with Necromancer Nancy Larkin.
A hop, skip, and jump through a wormhole away, Horace's fear inducing enemy is but a voice from one "Marcia Parks".

Born in Pensacola, Florida to military parents, Marcia had the good fortune to live and travel across the eastern United States throughout much of her youth. She attended Florida State University and graduated in 2000 with a B.A. in Theatre. She continued a gypsy lifestyle on her own after college, working in costume shops, as a receptionist, and as a nanny. In 2007, she moved to Chattanooga and was delighted to stick around and call it home. By day, she works as a drafter in an engineering firm, but by night (and by weekend) she can usually be found on or back stage at a local theatre. She has been involved with productions at the Chattanooga Theatre Centre, Ensemble Theatre of Chattanooga, Shakespeare Chattanooga, and Theater for the New South, among others. When not involved in theatre shenanigans, Marcia is usually remodeling her house, investigating local cuisine, walking in the park, sewing projects for friends, or stargazing.