- One copy of the tape can be found on a kitchen counter in the Flatwoods Tavern.
- One copy can be found next to the radio at the house across from Green Country Lodge, near the body of Willie Mae.
- One copy accompanies the corresponding issue of Tales from the West Virginia Hills, along with one copy of part 2. Issues of the magazine are randomly found throughout Appalachia, including a selection of potential spawn points.
Narrator: Welcome back, dear listeners. It's time once again to put aside all that you think you know, all you believe to be true. Time to open your mind to the strange, bizarre, and sometimes terrifying world that exists in the shadows and fringes of our own. where myth, legend, and rumor are made real. Yes, its time for more thrilling Tales from the West Virginia Hills! Tonight's episode, Who Goes There? - a Strange Encounter in Flatwoods, is brought to you by...
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Upbeat music stops
Our tales begins on a fateful night when a young Pioneer Scout, Fred Fisher, finds himself in quite the predicament, having taken a spill and fallen into a dark place.
Sound of water dripping
Fred: Uh! Where am I? Jack? Biff? Mr. Bailey? Can anyone hear me?
Girl's voice: I can hear you!
Fred: Who's there? I-I can't see you.
Girl's voice: It's me! My name's Sally, what's yours?
Sally: Are you okay, Fred?
Fred: I think so. My head's a little woozy, must have hit it when I fell.
Sally: Oh no! Did you get lost, too?
Fred: Well, sort of. What I mean is...
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Fred: That I was camping with my Scout troop by the lake near Flatwoods. There were these lights kinda dancing in the sky.
Fred: I guess. Anyway, we heard some weird noises and the guys double dog dared me to go look, so I did.
Sally: All by yourself? You're really brave.
Fred: Shucks, thanks. I followed the noises to an entrance of an old mine. It smelled awful there like rotten eggs, but worse. Suddenly there was this bright light shining down on me. I was super scared and ran to the mine to hide, but everything felt strange like my feet weren't even touching the ground. Everything went black and I woke up here in the dark.
Sally: That all happened to me, too! We'll just do what my dad says, "When you strayed or lost foot, do what's best and stay put!" They said they'd bring him soon.
Fred: There are other people here?
Narrator: A very good question indeed. Tune in next time to find out the answer in the chilling conclusion of Who Goes There - a Strange Encounter in Flatwoods!