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Lost in the Mail

From: KCRW
Series: UnFictional
Length: 14:06

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It's a dreamlike visit to the U.S. Postal Service mail recovery center. Producer Samara Freemark finds her way there after she loses a package in the mail. She meets many of the regulars, and arouses the suspicions of the authorities. Read the full description.
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Unfictional320x350_small It's a dreamlike visit to the U.S. Postal Service mail recovery center. Producer Samara Freemark finds her way there after she loses a package in the mail. She meets many of the regulars, and arouses the suspicions of the authorities.

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Broadcast History

Broadcast on KCRW's UnFictional and Third Coast Festival/Re:sound

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That story was produced for UnFictional, part of the Independent Producer Project of KCRW, Santa Monica.

It was produced by Samara Freemark, edited by Jacob Conrad and mixed by Bob Carlson.

Related Website

http://www.kcrw.com/etc/programs/uf/uf110301miscellaneous