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Everton was the perfect American suburb, cookie-cutter homes full of every modern appliance imaginable, green grass, and shopping malls, but that was 70 years ago. Now the town sits, empty and rotting. Something beneath the suburbs stirs, and threatens to change everything.


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    • 4.5 • 34 Ratings

Everton was the perfect American suburb, cookie-cutter homes full of every modern appliance imaginable, green grass, and shopping malls, but that was 70 years ago. Now the town sits, empty and rotting. Something beneath the suburbs stirs, and threatens to change everything.


New Episodes every other Thursday

    4. Conscience of the Cosmonaut

    4. Conscience of the Cosmonaut

    In a lighthouse that contains a bowling alley, alongside a cosmonaut that contains multitudes, Agents Harris and Washington finally learn the lore of the land.


    Written by Pacific S. Obadiah & Jonathan Goldberg
    Script Edited by Franke Serrano
     
    Narrator - Graham Rowat
    Margaret - Jordan Cobb
    Eddie - Zach Libresco
    Ernie - Atticus Jackson
    Washington - Rissa M.
    Harris - Russel More
    Pasha - Tanja Milojevic
    Conway - Anver Mahmud
    Man - Luis Bermudez
    Woman - Elissa Park
    Lizardo - Dana Creasman
    Preacher - Alban Bolling II
     
    Composer - Danny Sweet
    Sound Design - Pacific S. Obadiah
    Producer - Brad Miska & Tom Owen
     
     
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    • 54 min
    3. But My Mind is Caged

    3. But My Mind is Caged

    This week, Agents Washington and Harris get a little more acquainted with Tithers, and Processing Camp I-7-Alpha. Meanwhile, Everton has an unexpected visitor of the "f****d up fleshy squid" kind.


    Written by Pacific S. Obadiah & Jonathan Goldberg
    Script Edited by Franke Serrano
     
    Narrator - Graham Rowat
    Margaret - Jordan Cobb
    Eddie - Zach Libresco
    Ernie - Atticus Jackson
    Washington - Rissa M.
    Harris - Russel More
    Pasha - Tanja Milojevic
    Mars - Erik Kemp
    Stifles - Ezra Wayne
    Fore - Luis Bermudez
    Lizardo - Dana Creasman
     
    Composer - Danny Sweet
    Sound Design - Pacific S. Obadiah
    Producer - Brad Miska & Tom Owen
     
     
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    • 45 min
    2. My Body Lies Across the Ocean

    2. My Body Lies Across the Ocean

    Welcome to Shoresville. Agents Washington and Harris find themselves in a shanty sea-side motel . It's sandy, shady, and senescent.


    Written by Pacific S. Obadiah & Jonathan Goldberg
    Script Edited by Franke Serrano
     
    Narrator - Graham Rowat
    Margaret - Jordan Cobb
    Eddie - Zach Libresco
    Ernie - Atticus Jackson
    Washington - Rissa M.
    Harris - Russel More
    Mars - Erik Kemp
    Frank The Stank - Alvan Bolling II
    Lizardo - Dana Creasman
    Mish - Tal Minear
    Arnok - Ezra Wayne
    BinBin - Emmett Moon
    Housing Committee - Elissa Park
     
    Composer - Danny Sweet
    Sound Design - Pacific S. Obadiah
    Producer - Brad Miska & Tom Owen
     
     
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    • 49 min
    1. Welcome To Everton

    1. Welcome To Everton

    Everton was suppose to be a suburban paradise! Shopping malls, modern homes, and more! Then, every man, woman and child vanished. Now, seventy years since the mass exodus, things are stirring beneath Everton. Dark, dangerous things. Join Agents Washington and Harris as they investigate what is left of this enigmatic town.


    Written by Pacific S. Obadiah & Jonathan Goldberg
    Script Edited by Franke Serrano
    Narrator - Graham Rowat
    Margaret - Jordan Cobb
    Eddie - Zach Libresco
    Ernie - Atticus Jackson
    Washington - Rissa M.
    Harris - Russel More
    Pasha - Tanja Milojevic
    Mars - Erik Kemp
    Herschel - Brandon Nguyen
    Advertisement - Brandon P. Jenkins
     
    Composer - Danny Sweet
    Sound Design - Pacific S. Obadiah
    Producer - Tom Owen
    Producer - Brad Miska


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    • 42 min
    Margaret's Garden - The Trailer

    Margaret's Garden - The Trailer

    In a time that is soon, but not now, this place will hold the tale of Everton, it's rise, fall, and transformation.
     
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Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
34 Ratings

34 Ratings

CatSaturdayy ,

Really Good

This is really good so far, like HBO TV series good. My only issue is having to wait 2 weeks per episode instead of 1 haha

Nick McNulty ,

Great world building dragged down by voice acting

Margaret's Garden is a very intricate, expansive audiodrama that does an exemplary job of juggling multiple timelines and universes. The cast is large and the world has a deep backstory and history, but you never feel lost or in the woods. The show's structure keeps you engaged and leaning into the bizarre history of Everton. Unfortunately, some of the voice actors do not compare to the show's polished content. The female lead, for instance, is clearly reading off the page with awkward pauses and a lack of intonation. Her dialogue is also bizarrely laden with profanity, which feels like a very forced way to add edge to her character. I'm three episodes into the series and I'll keep listening, but the acting truly pulls me out of what should be an immersive fantasy/sci-fi audioscape.

Dr. Scp ,

AWESOME

Ya’ll are doing great I really enjoy your guys podcasts

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