Written by John Odom.

Adapted for LEAP AUDIO by mark Bruzee.

Featured in the cast were.

Zachary Frasu as Titan Flagstone.

Victoria Sampson as Titans Mom and Josie.

Charlie Abraham as Mark Ward.

Shawn West as Mr Barnett.

Tristen Ginter  as Carl Dennison.

Elie Hirschman as Mr. Kelly.

Mark Bruzee as Grandpa Morely.

Lee Noel as Titans Dad.

Other roles were played by members of the cast..

The Dirctor for CHARGED REVELATIONS was Mark Bruzee.

Post Production by Mark Bruzee.

Music and Effects courtesy of Free S. F. X.. http://www.free s  fx.co.uk/

Special Recording Assistance by

BLACK CROW MEDIA, Valdosta, Georgia 31601

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This is a Special Simul-publishing event with CASTLE ROLAND. http://www.castleroland.net/

To read or download a print copy of this story goto: http://www.castleroland.net/library/author/ricky

The Executive producer for LEAP AUDIO is Mark Bruzee.

This has been a LEAP AUDIO production. Thank you for listening.

Warning Signs of Suicidal Feelings or Thoughts

(Editors Note: Thanks to www.webmd.com for the following information)

Warning signs that someone may be thinking about or planning to commit suicide include:

  • Always talking or thinking about death
  • Clinical depression — deep sadness, loss of interest, trouble sleeping and eating — that gets worse
  • Having a “death wish,” tempting fate by taking risks that could lead to death, such as driving fast or running red lights
  • Losing interest in things one used to care about
  • Making comments about being hopeless, helpless, or worthless
  • Putting affairs in order, tying up loose ends, changing a will
  • Saying things like “it would be better if I wasn’t here” or “I want out”
  • Sudden, unexpected switch from being very sad to being very calm or appearing to be happy
  • Talking about suicide or killing one’s self
  • Visiting or calling people to say goodbye

Be especially concerned if a person is exhibiting any of these warning signs and has attempted suicide in the past. According to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention, between 20% and 50% of people who commit suicide have had a previous attempt.

A Special Presentation

LeelahHeaderA Special Presentation of LEAP AUDIO

“A Gay Dad’s Requiem for Leelah:

The Matthew Shepard of our Time”
Written by Rob Watson

The Presenters were David Ault and Mark Bruzee
Post Production by Mark Bruzee
Gymnopedie No. 1″ Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
Licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

Closing Music “DEFINED” by Ronan Parke
Used without permission.



If you are a transgender person thinking about suicide, or if someone you know is, find worldwide resources at http://www.stop-homophobia.com/suicideprevention.htm . You can also reach the Trans Lifeline at 877-565-8860 or the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-8255. LGBT youth thinking about suicide can also reach out to the Trevor Project Lifeline (ages 24 or younger) at 866-488-7386.


We are proud to announce that in 2015 we will have 4 THEMED MONTHS dealing with issues that Gay teens and young adults face:


With the horrible loss of Leelah Alcorn last week and FAR TOO MANY MORE of our younger siblings, LEAP will devote it’s programming in February to the issue of Suicide. This includes those horrible cases of GLTB Teens committing suicide after ANTI_GAY Bullying.

MAY 2015

With Proms, Formals etc happening in the month of May, LEAP will broadcast stories of Rape and Rape survival all month.

JUNE 2015

Come celebrate PRIDE month with us at LEAP with a series of stories about the history of the MODERN GAY RIGHTS MOVEMENT. (We are Especially interested in talking to any STONEWALL SURVIVORS.)


October 11 is National Coming Out day and all month LEAP will be highlighting stories, BOTH GOOD AND BAD, of coming out.


If you have under published or Unpublished works in the 20 page range that you would like to donate to LEAP (YOU RETAIN YOUR COPYWRITE) to produce in any of the above topics please contact us at:

We Look forward to serving our community through out 2015.

LEAP AUDIO.ORG – Where Gay Characters are NORMAL.

A Special Re-Broadcast of FOREVER DECEMBER

A  Special RE-Broadcast

Tonight, we bring you a tale with a holiday flavor, and no I don’t mean one of the 5 fruitcakes that have been past around since time began. This story is about Rollie– a postman, and a father. I am very grateful they let me tell this story this time around. And I think that after you hear it, you too will want it to be…forever December.

You have been listening to a
Special Christmas Edition of

Holidays at Home.

Your Host was Mark Bruzee.

Featured in the ORIGINAL CAST Were:
Mark Bruzee as Rollie
Linda Townsend as Ginny
Jim Barbour as Frank
Bill Hollweg as Paul
Zack Fester as Tyler Marshall
John Lipsey as Lex
and Mark Bruzee as your host, Harbinger

Based on the short story by Da Beagle
Scripted by Paul Mannering
Music by Kevin MacLeod

The series was produced and directed by Mark Bruzee
Co-production by Chris Snyder
Post-production by Matt McLaren

The series is produced, directed and post produced for LEAP AUDIO by Mark Bruzee.
NIGHT TERRORS is a darker projects production.
The executive producer for darker projects is M. J. Cogburn.
Special Thanks to darker projects dot com for re-broadcasting permission.

This has been a LEAP AUDIO, darkerprojects production.


The Throw Away Boy – A Poem by Ricky the Writer

Special Thanks to my Friend John for granting permission to post this poem.

He walks the streets at midnight,
The shadows are his friend,
He shivers from the cold,
And wishes for the end.

He wonders how he got here,
How life had gone so wrong,
Just a day ago they loved him,
He had a loving home.

His body now feels nothing,
He’s numb from the bitter cold,
How could this ever happen.
To someone twelve years old.

What choices have I got?
I have no place to stay?
I really don’t understand it,
All I did was say, “I’m gay.”

His tears had all but ended,
Decisions must be made.
“Do you think that guy will hurt me?
Do you think he’ll really pay?”

Perhaps he’ll see I’m hungry,
And keep me all the night.
I hope he’s not an angry guy,
The type who likes to fight.

They’re children made for hugging.
They’re not some human toy.
I wish I’d found him earlier,
He’s not a throw away boy.

        Discarded children are everyone’s responsibility.


Holiday At Home – The Day Before Christmas

Thank you/


Holiday at Home

The Day Before Christmas

A Poem by Mark Bruzee
(With Apologies to C. Clement Moore)

This Episode was Produced, Written, directed and post produced by

Mark Bruzee

Silent Night by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under CC Attribution 3.0.
Direct Link: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100075.

What Child is This by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under CC Attribution 3.0.
Direct Link: http://incompetech.com/music/royalty-free/index.html?isrc=USUAN1100012.



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