Based on the short story by Stephen King, Strawberry Spring is a scripted podcast set against the backdrop of the sixties revolution on the campus of New Sharon College. We follow a generation of students who don't trust authority, the futile efforts of the local police, and a young, determined reporter as he chases the bloody trail of Springheel Jack, an unrelenting, modern-day Jack the Ripper. After vanishing and leaving his murders unsolved, Jack is back - along with a new Strawberry Spring, a weather pattern with an unusual fog bank that rolls in every eight years. Using the fog to hide his tracks, he taunts New Sharon with fresh kills, each murder more violent than the last. The 8-episode season stars Garrett Hedlund, Milo Ventimiglia, Sydney Sweeney, Herizen Guardiola, Al Madrigal, Ken Marino, and Brec Bassinger.
Chapter 1: Springheel Jack Is Back
With the arrival of a rare foggy weather pattern known as Strawberry Spring, notorious serial killer Springhill Jack returns after an eight-year absence
Chapter 2: Written In Blood
Springheel Jack makes contact with Henry in a most unconventional way
Chapter 3: What Can You Tell Me About Charlotte?
A 2nd murder haunts the campus of New Sharon, and a prime suspect is let go.
Chapter 4: Drive Slow, Walk Fast
Henry and Rachael uncover a 3rd murder scene, one more brutal than the others
Chapter 5: Snow Angels
Springheel Jack leaves evidence in Henry’s car. Is he being framed? Is this a copycat killer?
Chapter 6: Adrift At Sea
A 4th murder, the most violent yet, pushes Chief Spencer to take extreme measures.
Love it, but couldn’t hear some of it
I’d be really into it and then the commercials would butt in and get me very confused because after them it would be another story line at times. At some points I couldn’t hear what they were saying because of the music, and the ending just seemed so rushed compared to it all. I loved all of it, I just wish I could have heard it a lot better
The time jumps are impossible to follow.
Loved it however it was pretty easy to guess the twist. Still keeps you interested enough to finish the book!