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Bethany Denton

Bethany Denton

Producer

Bethany is the Managing Editor and a producer for Here Be Monsters. Originally from Montana, she now lives in Seattle, Washington. Her cat, Milhouse, is an avid HBM listener.

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With your eyes closed in a dark room, a voice guides you through the process of dying from AIDS.

HBM114: Envisioning AIDS

With your eyes closed in a dark room, a voice guides you through the process of dying from AIDS.

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Two radio producers and a conservationist explore grief, loss, and caribou habitat on a snowy walk in the woods.

HBM113: The Last Ones

Two radio producers and a conservationist explore grief, loss, and caribou habitat on a snowy walk in the woods.

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Here Be Monsters is a gorgeous podcast that explores the dark corners of the human mind, fear and the unknown.  It’s transporting and surprising and you should definitely subscribe.

Listen to Here Be Monsters

Here Be Monsters is a gorgeous podcast that explores the dark corners of the human mind, fear and the unknown.  It’s transporting and surprising and you should definitely subscribe.

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