The Tunnels is a serialized docudrama about the mysterious tunnels that can be found underneath a small town in Georgia. What are they? What is their history? What are those mysterious sounds heard within them? Find out what's just below the surface of the town, because if you look underneath, there is so much more.
This is it, our Season 4 Finale. Ezekiel has recruited Robert, Karen, and the others in order to rescue Peter and help stop Synder once and for all, but they won't be the only ones making a trip into the tunnels for a date with him. This is the episode that changes everything.
In our penultimate episode, Robert returns home along with his allies, and Carrie helps them piece together some of what is going on, while Cade makes a frightening discovery when going to question Gabriel. And Peter may receive an unlikely savior in his fight against Synder.
Karen and Cade are reunited with Robert, but after spending 6 months with George Locke, what kind of condition will he be in. Also, Peter and Ezekiel run into the last thing they wanted, while continuing their search in the tunnels.
Ghosts of Griffin Special
Don't worry, Season 4 will continue in two weeks time, however, we take a little break from our season to give you a special peak at what our Patrons on Patreon's get. This is an episode from our Patron Exclusive series, Ghosts of Griffin, entitled Day In, Day Out. We hope you enjoy!
Locke bargains with Dr. Barton in order to achieve the next step in his plan, while CSU Young has a disagreement with Sheriff Burke.
At the order of Sheriff Burke, Erica Young meets with someone with inside information on what is going on. Karen and Cade have to figure out where they are going next. And Locke continues his search for May.
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I’m really glad I decided to listen to this podcast. Yes as others have said, Season One sound is all over the place but it really didn’t put me off at all. The story is what I like and the way it is told. I’m just finishing Season Two and looking forward to listening the rest!
Stick with it...
Season One a bit sketchy quality wise but the story is really good and worth sticking with....
Fantastic and gripping
Tunnels is SO well writen, i love the story arc, i love the tiny details, and i really like the characters. Lower sound quality would usually put me off, I'm a sound engineer, but the fact that this kept me gripped all the way through and kept bringing me back says alot! (plus it sound gets better as the series continue. Would recommend!