13 episodes

Folklore and mystery run together across the ridges and deep hollars of the Appalachian Mountain chain and the tales are handed down from generation to generation.

The hamlet of Lonesome Pine staunchly embraces its long-standing traditions: Friday night football games, local bake sales, festive parades, and sinister secrets buried just below the surface.

Lonesome Pine Podcast chronicles the intertwined paths of stories that uncover the truth of haunting mysteries, reveal long-forgotten lies, and expose cover-ups that most wish were forgotten.

Each season of Lonesome Pine Podcast is a unique story that follows the tale of a town that often culminates in confrontation and illumination at the old church on top of the hill under the old pine tree.

Lonesome Pine Podcast Lonesome Pine Podcast

    • Arts
    • 3.8 • 171 Ratings

Folklore and mystery run together across the ridges and deep hollars of the Appalachian Mountain chain and the tales are handed down from generation to generation.

The hamlet of Lonesome Pine staunchly embraces its long-standing traditions: Friday night football games, local bake sales, festive parades, and sinister secrets buried just below the surface.

Lonesome Pine Podcast chronicles the intertwined paths of stories that uncover the truth of haunting mysteries, reveal long-forgotten lies, and expose cover-ups that most wish were forgotten.

Each season of Lonesome Pine Podcast is a unique story that follows the tale of a town that often culminates in confrontation and illumination at the old church on top of the hill under the old pine tree.

    Until It All Falls Down

    Until It All Falls Down

    • 21 min
    Are You Gonna Get That?

    Are You Gonna Get That?

    • 22 min
    Kingdom Come

    Kingdom Come

    • 24 min
    Bump in the Night

    Bump in the Night

    • 20 min
    Rumor Milltown Radio

    Rumor Milltown Radio

    • 21 min
    Homecookin'

    Homecookin'

    • 46 min

Customer Reviews

3.8 out of 5
171 Ratings

171 Ratings

the real clint barton ,

good s2 has volume issues

so first off i LOVE the representation, it actually sounds like how me & my friends interact, including the stuff relating to our identities :)

s2’s sound is fine, & I know in a few areas it’s intentionally unintelligible, but there’s a few places that are *just* muffled enough that can’t catch everything (like in s2e4) I think it’s about 2-3min in

anyways it’s still a super cool show! awesome work!

Anadx98 ,

Not terrible

I accidentally listened to the second season and not the first soooo...
Likes: plot was really intriguing
Dislikes: the sound volume changed drastically

thatgirllexee ,

It’s good. I promise.

OMG one of the negative views talks about “agendas” in episode two. Racism in Jim Crow era is what that user meant. Dang, do not listen to the bad reviews.

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