Death is one of the most universal experiences we have, yet nobody talks about it. We run, we hide, we push dead people away and ya know what? That’s dumb. This is going to be a place where we don’t do that. We’re gonna talk about it, cry about it, jump into the weird hard stuff, and hopefully laugh about the inevitability of it all. Every week, host Chesea Quinn will cover a different theme or topics related to death and meet a few different people who have stories and experiences to share. Let’s do this all – we’re all literally dying anyway.
Episode 3 of Literally Dying is the longest one yet – so I hope you’re all ready to strap in and talk about some sad stuff! I sit down with Rye Silverman, Dave Ross, and Caitlin Lemaire who all tell the stories of what they did in the moment they found out a person they loved was dead (or about to be dead). Rye found herself at work within hours of getting the call that her brother had died. Dave finished laundry, fought with his girlfriend, and then got on stage in front of a bunch of strangers to talk about his dead grandma. And Caitlin tells two stories, one that’s kind of about a fart. Oh also, you will hear us say the word literally way too many times. #LiterallyDying #StateLines.
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