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Every city has one. That place, neighborhood, or borough where the forgotten live, where the once great land when they fall, where the tarnished and corrupt shine, and where justice and fairness caught the last train out of town. Welcome to the Ninth Circle. The 9th Precinct is known as "The Ninth Circle" or "The Dante Precinct". This part of town is where all the losers end up. If you work for a company or the city government, and they want to get rid of you, they put you in their office or working over on Last Chance Lane. If you're a criminal and you're hiding from the law, other criminals, and yourself, you end up in the Ninth Circle. Imagine the city as a dumpster. The rank and fetid, the foul and odorous, the really discarded and misused trash all sinks to the bottom. They all end up in the Ninth Circle. Join Tommy Hancock, R. P. Steeves, and C. William Russette as they introduce the people that populate the city's last stop to nowhere. Dirty cops, mysterious priests, shadowy nurses, a man with no name, and more are the lifeblood of The Ninth Circle. From Pro Se Productions.

©2015 Pro Se Productions, LLC (P)2016 RadioArchives.com

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