Set in 1991, Lucidus Somnia tells the tale of two teenagers who escaped the clutches of a government research program designed to study children who possess a rare phenomenon called ”the three Ts” - telekinesis, telepathy, and teleportation.
Lucidus Somnia is a serial science-fiction audio drama that blends the coming-of-age elements of ”Beverly Hills, 90210” and the mystery of the ”X-Files.”
S2E1: July 4, 1991
Season 2 of Lucidus Somnia picks up two months from the climactic events of the first season. Kendra’s 4th of July celebration takes an unexpected turn when a wave of disappearances in Austin hits too close to home. Meanwhile, Braden seeks Doc’s psychological insights as he prepares for his first nationwide news special.
S2E2: The Visitor
A visitor from Michael, Kendra, and Doc’s past puts them on high alert. In Braden's pursuit of answers regarding the missing runaways, his investigation spirals into a seemingly endless void where clues remain elusive.
S2E3: The New Colossus
Kendra and Michael enlist help In their quest to unravel the mystery surrounding their missing friend. At the same time, Doc and Braden immerse themselves in the intricate web of police reports, meticulously cross-referencing their findings.
Lucidus Somnia: Season 2 Trailer
Kendra, Michael, Braden, and Doc find themselves ensnared in the intricate dance of unraveling a web of disappearances that have rocked the heart of Central Texas. As the quartet delves into the enigmatic depths, an unexpected reunion transpires when a figure from Kendra and Michael's past emerges.
S1E1: March 4, 1991
Tension between Kendra and her parents increases as she suspects they are hiding something from her following a lucid dream that keeps her up at night. Meanwhile, a new student named Michael enrolls at Kendra's school.
Michael is thrilled to be reunited with Kendra after nearly ten years apart, but, to his dismay, she has no memory of him or their shared past.
Quality work. I’m waiting for the next one. Excellent.
New favorite fiction podcast
Gripping well written story, great voice acting, and each episode I’m left wanting the next. Looking forward to the rest of season 1 and whatever else Bargo Productions comes up with.