Twelve-year old Lauren takes her cat-sitting job seriously, but like a cat, she can be a little too curious for her own good. When she starts snooping around her boss’s laptop she finds out that he’s not just a food inspector, but a special agent for a super-secret government agency called NIAD. Lauren has always suspected magic was real, but now she has a way to prove it!
So last episode we left off with Lauren in a precarious situation: in the middle of her podcast two nefarious thugs broke down the door sprayed her with gunk shoved her in a bag and carried her off. We pick up again with Special Agent Keith Curry, who has just come home from work.
Just Say No to Kraken
When 12-year old cat sitter Lauren discovers her neighbor is a secret agent, the next logical step is to start podcasting his field reports. In episode five, Lauren listens in while Keith takes a call from a distressed kraken.
"Lauren Proves Magic Is Real!" Episode Four: Hot Boyfriend
In Episode Four Lauren's podcast gets some sponsors--though the products they're selling seem very strange... Then for a change of pace, Lauren breaks into some saved voice messages from Special Agent Keith Curry's hot boyfriend, Gunther.
"Lauren Proves Magic is Real!" Episode Three: Then She Feeds
Episode Three: “Then She Feeds” was written by Nicole Kimberling and Tenea D. Johnson and produced by Tommy Jordan. It features the voices of Ginn Hale, Tommy Jordan, Tenea D. Johnson, Nicole Kimberling and Ian EveryHope
Featured Music: is Jumper’s Theme, by Tenea D. Johnson, Runnin’ by Mr. and Mrs. Smith and So Extra by Tommy Jordan feat. Direwood.
"Lauren Proves Magic Is Real!" Episode Two: Special Kind of Hell
This episode features the songs Cantina by The Second Hand Suits, I’m on Drugs by East Coast Dave and Who am I by Moongrass and SAY THAT I’M TRYING by Joji.
"Lauren Proves Magic is Real!" was created by Nicole Kimberling and is a co-production of Tommy Jordan, Shepherd Boy Records and Blind Eye Books. Episode Two, “A Special Kind of Hell,” was written by Nicole Kimberling and produced by Tommy Jordan. It features the voices of: Ginn Hale, Ian EveryHope, Anthony Navarro, Spencer Reeves, Jake Wichrowski, Tommy Jordan, and Brendan Connor.
"Lauren Proves Magic Is Real!" Episode One: The Banana Thing
This episode features music by Infinite Third from their album, "Gladly" as well as the bespoke song, "Spider on My Face" by Joji and Nodalus from Motus.
"Lauren Proves Magic is Real!" was created by Nicole Kimberling and is a co-production of Tommy Jordan, Shepherd Boy Records and Blind Eye Books.
Episode One, “The Banana Thing,” was written by Nicole Kimberling and produced by Tommy Jordan. It features the voices of: Joji, Dal Maclean, Ginn Hale, Ian EveryHope, Tommy Jordan, Brendan Connor and Nicole Kimberling
Perfect for a night in when you want to cozy up with some hot cider and leave this world for a bit. A wonderful blend of comedy, suspense, and of course magic! The soundtrack is pretty great too.
Ian Everyhope is the glorious kingpin of this podcast!