On a back country road outside the hamlet of Duggan Hill, Saskatchewan, a woman named Sasha Ismond goes missing without a trace. She had been travelling from Vancouver for the past day, and was mere minutes away from her father's home. The last person she spoke to was her former partner, Zoe, a journalism student at the University of British Columbia. This is a collection of recovered audio recordings from the subsequent investigation into her disappearance, recorded during the summer of 2015.
The Thousand Paths, Chapter Two - Feedback
05/24/1986 - Settling in at the Hotel Langevin, Niamh meets more individuals who, like her father Richard, have been brought here by Calder MacVannon for an unknown purpose.
Featuring Jalyn Eutenier as Erin, Sarah Roa as Niamh, Jarret Viczko as Richard, Kelsey Ranshaw as Petra, Graham Miles as Llewellyn, Denise Ding as Vivian, Geoff Sugiyama as Willard, Darren Hopwood as Calder, and Dayleigh Nelson as Lars.
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The Thousand Paths, Interlude One - Team Niamh
11/01/2017 - Briefing delivered by Archivist Erin Aisling to her new Northshore task force.
The Thousand Paths, Chapter One - Arrival
05/24/1986 - Facing eviction, a young woman searches for her errant father, leading her to a neglected hotel in the mountains of British Columbia.
Featuring the voices of Sarah Roa, Keara Barnes, Alina Blackett, Richard Meen, Darren Hopwood, Kelsey Ranshaw and Jarret Viczko
"This show is supported by Sonnet. Listening to podcasts shouldn't be hard. But so many podcast apps on Android are cluttered and confusing. With its modern, clean design, and extremely user friendly interface Sonnet makes it easier for those on Android to discover new shows, listen, subscribe and get notified of latest episodes. Best of all, it is free! Click the link in the description to listen to Duggan Hill on Sonnet."
The Thousand Paths, Prelude - No Confidence
14/09/1979 - Recovered audio recording from a meeting at MacVannon Forestry’s offices in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Featuring the voices of Natascha Schulmeister as Dorothy MacVannon, Richard Meen as Frank and Graham Miles as Anton.
The Thousand Paths - Teaser
The Path opens Halloween 2020.
The Drowning Isle, Chapter Thirteen - Flotsam
As our second season draws to a close, Dennis arrives on Sartine, Claire settles into her new role, and Zoe receives a message.
Featuring Kelsey Ranshaw as Zoe, David Johnston as Dennis and the Messenger, Jalyn Euteneier as Kate, Dayleigh Nelson as Henry, Starlise Waschuk as Claire, Alina Blackett as Marie, Denise Ding as Anna Chao, Andy Garland as a Library Patron and Javier Sotres as Francisco.
Featuring music by Dustin Clark and Jesse Charles Cowell.
Featuring Johnnie Ninety-Nine’s original song “The Highway Ghost.”
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Duggan Hill will return in 2020 for our third season. Stay subscribed for more updates as they become available.
Until then, thanks for listening.
And carry on bravely.
Customer ReviewsSee All
My new favourite audio drama! Great characters and horrifying antagonists. Loved how season 1 transitioned into the next, focusing on the same character and exploring Zoe’s trauma and deepening the mythology of the world.
Having lived outside of Duggan makes it extra creepy. I’m looking forward to the next season.
Dugan hill is astounding
I found Duggan Hill by accident and I am so glad I did! It is one of the only podcast that has ever legitimately frightened me. The writing is excellent, the acting is top notch, and the sound design is impeccable. I wasn’t sure how the story would continue after season one, but season 2 is shaping up to be just as creepy good. Give it a listen! You won’t be disappointed