Rockfish Gap: Campgrounds and Conspiracy

Rockfish Gap follows reporter Jessica Mathews as she tries to uncover what happened to four missing students at Shenandoah National Park. As a limited series investigative audio drama, its brisk pacing covers a lot of ground in just 8 episodes. In a staggered fashion it also introduces a fairly full cast. Combining strange occurrences at a campground, suggestions of government conspiracy, matched with ghostly buildings, it does a lot with the fictional true crime format and found recording trope; however, …

How I Died: Ghosts in the Autopsy Room

Dr. Jonathan Spacer is the new forensic pathologist in Springfield, a town where deaths happen far too often. He quickly ramps up a high autopsy solve rate as he has one hidden talent. He can speak to dead people. How I Died is a kind of Bones meets The Ghost Whisper supernatural audio drama. Created by Vince Dajani, who voices the lead Jon, its ghosts in the autopsy room premise you’d think might set you up for a spooky but …

Faerie: Investigating Fae Folklore

From the makers of Tanis, comes another exploration of the unknown. Those familiar with Public Radio Alliance will recognize their distinct sound and approach. Set in the Pacific Northwest, soaked in an eerie synth-laden soundscape and underscored by scattershot beats, Faerie follows the PRA faux investigative podcast template. In a quest to uncover the truth behind a myth, like its PRA siblings, it artfully weaves phone calls and interviews with both well and little-known fae folklore. It’s an effective mix …

Human B-Gon: Terminator Turned Workplace Comedy

Imagine The Terminator wins, Skynet takes over and in this AI-dominated world remaining humans are seen as mere pests. Now look at it all through the robot’s eyes, and make it funny. Basically that’s Human B-Gon. This audio drama workplace comedy situates itself in the day-to-day life of an ethical human-pest-control team. With a comical and charismatic cast they really do make it hard for us to feel bitter about our fate. So advanced and sentient, these AI’s have assumed …

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