5 episodes

The fictitious story of the abduction of 5 year-old Charles Howe, the impact it had on his family and a father's hunt for his missing child.

Amber Alert Benjamin Long

    • Performing Arts
    • 4.9 • 21 Ratings

The fictitious story of the abduction of 5 year-old Charles Howe, the impact it had on his family and a father's hunt for his missing child.

    Episode Five - Daniel's Story

    Episode Five - Daniel's Story

    Kevin finally finds Daniel, as a son gives his father answers to questions twenty years in the making.
    CAST
    Writer - Benjamin Long
    Narrator - Benjamin Long
    Kevin Howe - Keith Pinault
    Daniel Howe - Christian Titus
    CREDITS
    Podington Bear - Swollen Cloud
    Scott Holmes - Locked Up

    • 13 min
    Episode Four - Room 115

    Episode Four - Room 115

    Kevin tries to cosole Emma in Barnstable, where a surprise visitor leads Kevin to the final stop of his paper trail.
    CAST
    Writer - Benjamin Long
    Narrator - Benjamin Long
    Kevin Howe - Keith Pinault
    Emma Howe - Erika Santosuosso
    Alexandra Tervill - Sidney Marie
    Daniel Howe - Christian Titus 
    CREDITS
    Cherly Kacherly - Time is Running Out I'm Sure
    Fatal Injection - Useless Search
    Scott Holmes - Locked Up

    • 9 min
    Episode Three - Lightning Strikes Twice

    Episode Three - Lightning Strikes Twice

    The pace picks up as Kevin follows Daniel's paper trail down to Delaware and speaks to his son's former colleagues, before reliving his twenty-year tragedy all over again.

    CREDITS
    Writer - Benjamin Long

    Narrator - Benjamin Long

    Kevin Howe - Keith Pinault

    Sharon Oliver - Celey Schumer

    Patrick Mulligan - Patrick Harman

    MUSIC CREDITS
    Blue Dot Session - Borough

    Cherly KaCherly - Time is Running Out

    Borrtex - Faith

    Scott Holmes - Locked Up

    • 12 min
    Episode Two - The Postcard

    Episode Two - The Postcard

    Daniel Howe's child psychologist explains why she advocated for his parole release, Kevin and Emma Howe are at odds over the former searching for his son and both Daniel's childhood friend and cellmate give more of an insight into the boy who killed his brother and the man he's now become.

    CREDITS

    Writer - Benjamin Long
    Narrator - Benjamin Long
    Kevin Howe - Keith Pinault
    Emma Howe - Erika Santosuosso
    Rick Dratton - Matthew Boccio
    Lauren Mathers - Alexandra Rose
    Mark Jackson - Ezekiel Jiles

    MUSIC CREDITS

    BOPD - New England Air
    Podington Bear - Forces, Scaffoldings
    Lee Rosevere - Sad Marimba Planet
    stacxk - Woodmens Story
    Mathieu Lamontagne and Emmanuel Toledo - Hydrophobe, Apprendre a flotter & Ondes de gravite
    Scott Holmes - Locked Up

    • 20 min
    Episode One - The Introduction

    Episode One - The Introduction

    The fictitious story of the abduction of 5 year-old Charles Howe, the impact on his family and a father's hunt for his missing child. Credits Writer - Benjamin Long Narrator - Benjamin Long Kevin Howe - Keith Pinault Emma Howe - Erika Santosuosso Detective Patrick Norton - Adam Griffith With thanks to the following artists for their musical contributions: Scott Holmes - Locked Up, The Edge of Nowhere, Something in the Distance, Suspect Located Daniel Birch - Dreams are for Living Fatal Injection - Useless Search Ian Alex Mac - the Tragedy of Loss M.Nomized and Midnight Moonswings - Trapped in Recurrence

    • 22 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
21 Ratings

21 Ratings

fbeemcee ,

Excellent!

This show is extemely well done. The actors are great, the sound design is top notch...but what really gets me gripping my steering wheel a little tighter on my commute is the amazing storytelling.
If I wasn't an emotional wreck after each episode, I would have binged it all by now.

Gangleman ,

Thrilling story, great acting, absolutely worth the time.

This show is fantastic. The documentary style approach feeds you information with a great pace as the story unravels. The music sets the tone perfectly, and the writing and character work keeps you engaged. A must listen for people who love mysteries and great human performances.

ShoMarq ,

excellen start to a new fictional docudrama

In the vein of fictional documentary journalism, like Limetown, this audio drama has a wonderful start. The voice-acting is engrossing, the set-up is intriguing, and I love fictional investigative documentaries that keep to their genre as this has in is first episodes. I look forward to 2018!

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