Full episode 766: Well Someone Had to Do SOMETHING! Act Three One Last Thing After I Go Transcript Producer Aviva DeKornfeld tells the story of Bill Edgar, who accidentally ended up helping people have a say at a moment when most people don’t get to say anything at all. (12 minutes) Bill Edgar has a memoir out called The Coffin Confessor. By Aviva DeKornfeld More in DeathView all 808: The Rest of the Story Aug. 18, 2023 Act Two: Oh Mother Where Art Thou? Contributor Samuel James thought he knew what happened to his mother. 793: The Problem with Ghosts Mar. 10, 2023 Act Three: Seance Fiction In the 1920s, at the height of the Spiritualism movement, a friendship blossomed between two men with opposing views on the topic: Harry Houdini and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. 779: Ends of the Earth Sept. 16, 2022 Act One: Exit Strategy Amy Bloom tells the story of her husband, Brian, getting Alzheimer's and wanting assisted suicide. More by Aviva DeKornfeldView all 787: Baby's First Christmas Dec. 23, 2022 Act One: Does Santa Believe in Himself? Producer Aviva DeKornfeld accompanies Santa Allen to his first “chair gig” to see whether all of his hopes, or all of his fears, or a little of both, will be realized. (16 minutes) 748: The End of the World as We Know It Sept. 17, 2021 Act One: 1.5 Degrees of Separation Producer Aviva DeKornfeld was interested in the toll that having a wakeup-moment could have on a family, and she heard about someone who had a moment like that over a decade ago. 738: Good Grief! May 28, 2021 Act Three: The Caretaker Producer Bim Adewunmi travels to the site in Minneapolis where George Floyd was murdered by a police officer.