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Salt: Episode VIII – To Sleep, Perchance to Dream

Jean-Pierre Desperois. Born a slave in Haiti in a voodoo ritual with the power to travel through space and time. Now lives in Tunis. Smuggles salt. On payroll: crooked cops and hard-to-manage employees. When local gendarme Michel du Prix tells him about some corpses found in the desert, Jean-Pierre thinks nothing of it. But when the bodies start piling up, Jean-Pierre is implicated. Armed with nothing but his “baka” and his “ku-bha-sa”, Jean-Pierre tries to get to the bottom of the situation. But he’s in for more than he bargained.

Season One is 20 half-hour episodes released bi-weekly.

SALT is a spin-off of The Intergalactic Nemesis, an adventure set in the 1930s and taking the form of comic-books and graphic novels, audio drama, a web series, and a live theatrical production that’s touring the world. For access to all of this, check out

Written and voiced by Jason Neulander. Additional voices by Buzz Moran, Danu Uribe, and Julie Linnard. Sound effects, audio engineering, and production by Buzz Moran. Original score by Adrian Quesada.

Episode Eight – To Sleep, Perchance to Dream

In which Jean-Pierre assesses his situation, overhears some strange noises in the night, sees an angel, recounts an experience with a turtle, and discovers another side of his companion Isabelle.

Did you miss episode 7? Check it out right here.

Check out the next chapter, episode nine right here.

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