The Byron Chronicles – A Year In The Life: Episode 7 – A Game of Betrayal


Written by Eric L. Busby

Featured in the cast were
David Ault as Byron
Natalie Van Sistine as Hadley Price
Carissa DeWitt as Max
Mark Kalita as The Vaudeville Man
Clym Angus Dodd as Dracula
Elie Hirschman as Doyal
and Karim C. Kronfli as Croatoan

Music by Kevin Macleod and Adrian von Ziegler
Byron Theme by Kai Hartwig
Script edited by Daniel Caicedo
This episode was produced, engineered and directed by Eric Busby.

Copyright 2017


The Byron Chronicles – A Year In The Life: Episode 7 – A Game of Betrayal — 6 Comments

  1. I wondered what became of Dracula after the reality stone plot was finished. Back to his old tricks I see.

    That sound after he said good-bye to Hadley… what the heck? It sounded like a very broken alarm.

  2. I’m sure Dracula ha something up his sleeve . Not A team player. Great episode . A Halloween episode perhaps eric ? Just hoping

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