15 episodes

Museum of the Missing follows K’s exploration of information pertaining to a global catastrophe that struck the earth on the 29th February 1988... except, no one remembers it ever occuring. Each week, K delves deep into the Museum’s archiveof impossible texts and tries to puzzle out exactly what it is she has discovered - and what it might mean for the rest of us.

Museum of the Missing Claire Waller

    • Fiction
    • 4.8 • 16 Ratings

Museum of the Missing follows K’s exploration of information pertaining to a global catastrophe that struck the earth on the 29th February 1988... except, no one remembers it ever occuring. Each week, K delves deep into the Museum’s archiveof impossible texts and tries to puzzle out exactly what it is she has discovered - and what it might mean for the rest of us.

    1 - 3.5 Million People Vanished

    1 - 3.5 Million People Vanished

    K explains what she has found and how she found it - and asks for help in unravelling the mystery of The Museum of the Missing.

    • 24 min
    2: The Sound

    2: The Sound

    In episode 2, K explores the sound that caused the disaster - what it might be, and where it might have come from.

    • 24 min
    3: Where did they all go?

    3: Where did they all go?

    In episode 3, K explores other disappearances and how they may or may not help explain what happened.

    • 27 min
    4: Leap Years

    4: Leap Years

    In episode 4, K looks into the concept of leap years and how the date of The Event links to the people who disappeared, and what role time itself might have to play in all of this.

    • 20 min
    5: 33,000 feet above water

    5: 33,000 feet above water

    In episode 5, K continues to speculate about what might have caused the mass disappearance, looking into how some people vanished from seemingly impossible locations... and how water might link them in some way.

    • 20 min
    6: The Mandela Effect

    6: The Mandela Effect

    This week, K looks into the Mandela Effect - and discovers that there are things that may not be as fictional as we might think.

    • 26 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
16 Ratings

16 Ratings

metalbot0580 ,

Good!

👍🏻 Good story- I’d love to hear more 👍🏻

asuncionshija ,

Heady and thought provoking

I found this little gem through Reddit and I'm glad I gave it a chance! Everything from the author/voice actress stumbling a little over her words to the sound quality give this a kind of realism. She really could be just some stranger that stumbled across this and decided to share. So far each episode has really explored some deep possibilities (the one about time really captivated me) in a short amount of time. Binge listening at work!

NT1909 ,

good start

The first few episodes are all a really good start, but not really carried through to the end of the season.

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