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An interactive fiction anthology podcast, where you vote between episodes to direct our stories. Learn more at WitcheverPath.com

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An interactive fiction anthology podcast, where you vote between episodes to direct our stories. Learn more at WitcheverPath.com

    Catamount Part Three: You Have the Right to Remain...

    Catamount Part Three: You Have the Right to Remain...

    Sometimes, things fall into place. And sometimes they fall to pieces. Sgt. Burke came across a body in the woods, and signs point to Rainer having something to do with it. Ila and Marisol deal with uninvited guests, and Boots doesn't have to go home.

    CW: Violence, Racism, Murder, Foul Language

    And don't forget to vote at witcheverpath.com/vote and see our full cast and crew list as well as transcripts of the current episode! 

    • 20 min
    Catamount Part Two: Uninvited Guests

    Catamount Part Two: Uninvited Guests

    In these troubling times, it’s increasingly harder to find a third option between two extremes. You saw one and you took it, and now Marisol is attempting to appease an annoyed police officer. Let's see where that goes. 

    Listen and then vote at https://WitcheverPath.com/vote
    CW: Racism, Murder, Sexism, Foul Language

    Go to WitcheverPath.com to get cast and crew liner notes!

    • 21 min
    Catamount Part One: New Neighbors

    Catamount Part One: New Neighbors

    Covenant, Vermont is a sleepy college town trying to restart itself after the pandemic. Recent transplant, Dr. Marisol Suarez is the head surgeon at the local animal hospital who is pulled into a tight situation with local townies, angry cops, and rumors of a long-extinct predator hunting the town's pets.

    Listen to the episode and make your choice at witcheverpath.com/vote.

    Can't listen? Here's the transcript.
    Content Warning: Foul language, Racism, Animals Injured

    • 21 min
    Folklore Episode: Talking about Sin Eating

    Folklore Episode: Talking about Sin Eating

    In this episode, Jas and Steven talk about the historical and mythological context behind the first Witchever Path story, "Squirrels," we discuss a meso-American deity that encouraged sin for the purposes of then devouring it, and Sticker Mule interrupts the conversation by calling Jas. The new season of Witchever Path starts on Thursday, October 1. 

    • 20 min
    Jas Talks About the Orisha

    Jas Talks About the Orisha

    In this bonus episode, we talk about the Orisha, the gods of the Yoruba and the diaspora. Jas brings the knowledge, and the two of them discuss the different aspects, dispelling misconceptions, and Zeus gets a new nickname. 

    You can also vote about what you want to hear next during our vacation at https://witcheverpath.com/vote

    Also, we'd love your help in making Season 3 bigger than ever. Check out our IndieGogo at https://igg.me/at/witcheverpath3/x/24350455#/.

    • 41 min
    Chosen Epilogue: You Can't Go Underground

    Chosen Epilogue: You Can't Go Underground

    We may be on hiatus with our interactive tales, but we wanted to give you something special. Starring David S. Dear, Mike Gagne, and Melissa Croft. 

    Read the transcript at patreon.com/witcheverpath

    • 9 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
35 Ratings

35 Ratings

WilcoxWriter79 ,

Excellent Scripted Audio-Drama

A magical choose-your-own-adventure story in podcast form? Yes, please!

I came to this only recently, so I'm eagerly waiting for the debut of the next story so that I can vote along for the protagonist's choices.

This podcast started off strong with Squirrels & proved that to be no fluke with Colick. I recommend it to any fan of fantasy and audio dramas.

Science_mom ,

The stories get better and better!

Really enjoy these spooky stories. The writing, characters, and actors are all excellent.

Q_Baby820 ,

Yes!!! 10/10

This is everything I've been looking for in a horror/thriller anthology. The stories are deeply unsettling, the storytelling is fantastic, and it's at the perfect level of creepy without being overproduced like other major podcasts. Also, I love the idea of participation, and I'm bingeing to catch up so I can play along.

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