4 episodes

A three-part narrative podcast about a decade-old mystery on the west coast of Ireland, written and narrated by Rosita Boland.

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    • 4.3, 44 Ratings

A three-part narrative podcast about a decade-old mystery on the west coast of Ireland, written and narrated by Rosita Boland.

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
44 Ratings

44 Ratings

steviestevesiv ,

Excellent

Our very own Somerton Man!
The parallels are eerily similar between Yeats’ writings appearing to play a role as the Tamám Shud does for the Somerton Man.
I could listen to Rosita Borland read the phone book!

AlmaNora83 ,

Well told

Enjoying so far

RosemaryPallas ,

Boring and disappointing

Serial tackled a potential miscarriage of justice, West Cork a cold case, this appears to be about a man with terminal illness who just wanted a quiet death and to disappear. What exactly is the 'mystery' here' beyond he gave a false identity?. It is (episode 1) often a long script ... not even sound illustrated. Suggest Watching ciaran Cassidy's short film the last days of peter Bergmann which does far more in 18 minutes and is beautifully made. Disappointing - lacks tension/ engagement/ reason to listen.

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