8 episodes

KINH's investigative reporter Christina Glass looks into a town that only exists in peoples minds. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cape-lock/support

Cape Lock Nighthawks Presents

    • Fiction
    • 4.0 • 33 Ratings

KINH's investigative reporter Christina Glass looks into a town that only exists in peoples minds. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/cape-lock/support

    A Message from KINH

    A Message from KINH

     


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    • 1 min
    Ep. 5 | Cape Lock

    Ep. 5 | Cape Lock

    Christina visits Cape Lock.


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    • 17 min
    Ep. 4 | Cincinnati

    Ep. 4 | Cincinnati

    Christina finds Robert Hirsch, and he gives her the answer she's been looking for: What happens in Cape Lock?


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    • 20 min
    Ep. 3 | Point A - Point B

    Ep. 3 | Point A - Point B

    Everett Cooper helps Christina and Michael find out more about the location of Cape Lock. 


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    • 21 min
    Off The Map: Community Phone Calls

    Off The Map: Community Phone Calls

     


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    • 1 min
    Ep. 2 | Sparta

    Ep. 2 | Sparta

    A resident of Cape Lock reaches out to help Christina's investigation, with all the information she needs entrusted with one man.


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    • 33 min

Customer Reviews

4.0 out of 5
33 Ratings

33 Ratings

ohwellthatswhatyouget ,

Wellllll....

The voice acting is so bad. I can normally withstand it for a good story but the plot is subpar at best. Just listen to Limetown. It’s the same thing but better.

yupyup:) ,

Not. Good.

First off, the lead actors are awful. Their acting is reminiscent of someone doing reading something rather than saying it; there is little emotion or engagement with the material. When the reporter does display any emotion, it’s either an inappropriate, giggly mocking tone that makes no sense or a weak faux outrage. Further, that same character supposedly lives in a U.S. town, but pronounces “sorry” like a Canadian and mispronounces “Nevada.”

Additionally, there are continuity issues IN THE FIRST EPISODE. In one scene, a character doesn’t know the sheriff’s name or who he is, and then is pointing him out using his first name in the next. How did he know which person was the sheriff? Why so casual about someone he doesn’t know?

The show might be interesting (wouldn’t know because I can’t even get through Ep. 2), but I wouldn’t waste your time. I can name at least ten podcasts with a similar spooky/mystery vibe that ARE enjoyable.

Jen12345678887654321 ,

Difficult to follow

A lot of things happen very quickly but few things are well explained.

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