You Can Call Me The Collector

Urban legend speaks of a man dressed in a black pinstripe suit, gold pocket watch and a fedora. He appears when you least expect him, and he collects what you desperately try to keep.

Season 3, Episode 10 

The Collector goes by different names depending on your culture. I have investigated him for the past couple of years and collected, excuse the pun, many stories from around the world.

Some claim he’s a negative spirit sent from the Underworld, others claim he’s an agent of the Divine Order.

I have mentioned him in an earlier episode and you will hear from him again in the season finale.

The Collector is not a hero or a villain he’s just like us at the same time he’s way different than us. I know that sounds confusing but hang in there.

If you’re still confused after this episode you can DM me on Twitter @poeticearthling also if you have more theories about this supernatural being I will like to hear from you.

Poetic Earthlings Studio is finally open

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Music for this episode is licensed under Epidemic Sound 

Special Thanks to Tiffany C Lewis and Tim Hardie from the UK

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About the Author
York Campbell is the host of the Poetic Earthlings Podcast, he’s a published author with over 25 years experience, in science fiction, poetry and short stories. His writing has been showcased in articles, radio stations and TV. He was also one of the pioneers in the underground hip hop movement in Toronto. Poetic Earthlings-Stories to alter your perception, is available on your favourite Podcast Player, Including Spotify, Tunein and iHeartRadio.

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