Invisibilia When the truth becomes stranger than fiction.

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BONUS: Youth Radio Girl Mystery

When the truth becomes stranger than fiction.

Years ago, producer Yowei Shaw taught high school students how to make radio. And in one of her classes, something bizarre happened with one of her students, something that she's never been able to make sense of. In this episode, Yowei tracks down her former student and uncovers a story much stranger than she ever expected.

Special thanks to the following musicians:

Yung Kartz for the song Liberal

Liz De Lise for the songs Gentle Sine Bells and Slow Carnival

Steven Riche for the song Constellations

BONUS: Youth Radio Girl Mystery

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