Tanis is a bi-weekly podcast from the Public Radio Alliance, and is hosted by Nic Silver. Tanis is a serialized docudrama about a fascinating and surprising mystery: the myth of Tanis. Tanis is an exploration of the nature of truth, conspiracy, and information. Tanis is what happens when the lines of science and fiction start to blur... S
The Fifth Gate
In the Season Five finale, Nic and MK re-enter the woods in search of Rose Hempel and John Corroman Junior, along with answers to what the two of them were really doing up there in The Garrison Anomaly.
The Long Stone
While Nic and MK move through the woods in search of The Gates of Karsas, Nic makes a bold and reckless decision.
The Thing from Karsas
One of the last people to see Rose Hempel provides a clue to what she really may have been up to in that section of the woods. And Nic and MK get some more help from a tracker named Chase.
Nic’s doctor warns him that his brain is changing in strange ways, but it doesn’t stop him from heading back up to Northern British Columbia with a renewed sense of purpose. We finally hear from Rose Hempel herself, which makes Nic even more determined to find out what really happened to her inside the area of the woods known as The Garrison Anomaly.
Manhattan, Arachne, and an Angry Demon Tooth
Back in Seattle, Nic sees two doctors: one who helps him with his brain, and one who may have been partially responsible for scrambling it. Meanwhile, up in Northern British Columbia, there’s a break in the case.
The Heart of The Destroyer
While up in Northern British Columbia, Nic and MK discover that following in Rose Hempel’s footsteps is going to be far more dangerous and challenging than they initially suspected. Plus, a voice from the past is suddenly and surprising connected to a voice in the present.
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Must hear thriller mystery podcast!
This is one of the best mystery stories out there! The whole cast effortlessly break down the barriers of truth and fiction and keep you wanting more!
Disappointing to exploit deaths for actual entertainment and profit
I think it’s pretty shameful, insensitive and greedy to make use of someone’s actual death that happened a few years ago, for your own entertainment to sell as a podcast as a “intriguing story”. I mean the girl died for god sakes and her family lost a daughter/relative. Imagine that happening to someone you know and someone making a fictional podcast dramatizing her actual death? I mean what’s wrong with you?? Do you not have any morals and humanity?
Suspence and mystery at it's finest
I really enjoy listening to Nick's voice and storytelling. I came by PNS when I heard about The Black Tapes, and after listening to Alex, I knew I had to hear more from PNS. Starting out with Tanis, I wasn't hooked right away, but after 3 episodes, I was totally sold. I love it. If you like a mystery, history and conspiracy GO for it, you will love it!