26 episodes

"Through ageless eons, the Dreamer sleeps
In lost R'lyeh, where Shoggoths creep
Where every moment they serve in dread
Of what dreams convulse the sleeping head. . ."

Research scientists in Antarctica find no evidence of global warming. Instead, they discover a truth truly terrifying. Frozen secrets. An ancient evil. A new religion. A clash of skeptics and believers.

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"Through ageless eons, the Dreamer sleeps
In lost R'lyeh, where Shoggoths creep
Where every moment they serve in dread
Of what dreams convulse the sleeping head. . ."

Research scientists in Antarctica find no evidence of global warming. Instead, they discover a truth truly terrifying. Frozen secrets. An ancient evil. A new religion. A clash of skeptics and believers.

    Madness 26

    Madness 26

    26.) Riley discovers the horrifying truth (and it's even scarier than global warming).

    • 18 min
    Madness 25

    Madness 25

    25.) Russell's revelation. Can Riley believe it? Back onto the ice and heading toward McMurdo.

    • 25 min
    Madness 24

    Madness 24

    24.) Harnessing blob-power and speeding over the ice and snow. Russell's stinky feet.

    • 15 min
    Madness 23

    Madness 23

    23.) Reunited with Russell. Descending the glacier.

    • 14 min
    Madness 22

    Madness 22

    22.) Riley spurts out of the mountain!

    • 15 min
    Madness 21

    Madness 21

    21.) Riley on his own. A rising miasma.

    • 15 min

Customer Reviews

Meinfronds ,

Climate Change Denial Rant

That’s what this is. It’s not a story, it’s a tirade against belief in climate change. It’s disgusting.

ESPEErailfanZMT ,

I Wanted To Like It...

The author has a very strange way of pronouncing common words, if it happened once or twice I could've ignored it, but it kept happening, "a gain" and "a gain" throughout the story's "pro gress." That's minus one star. Then there were the cringe worthy sound effects, worse than nails on a chalkboard, there goes the rest of the stars. It was a chance to put out another view on climate change, but the story misses its mark and ends in a big ol' pile of nonsense. Sorry, but that's my opinion.

Dababster ,

Good storyline, but gets easily sidetracked

I can agree somewhat with the first reviewer. The overall story line and writing style appealed to me and I did like the story. However the authors desire to correlate belief in climate change with some of the characters flawed beliefs in the Old ones was a rather base attempt to push his views on climate change upon the listener. I’ve read much of the science from both sides of the argument. I just don’t want it shoved down my throat with my entertainment. As for the reading It could’ve been better with a mixture of people with more voice talent but the authors budget could’ve been as much a factor as possible hubris.

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