The Black Tapes is a weekly podcast from the creators of Pacific Northwest Stories, and is hosted by Alex Reagan. The Black Tapes Podcast is a serialized docudrama about one journalist's search for truth, her subject's mysterious past, and the literal and figurative ghosts that haunt them both. Do you believe?
Into the Black
In the Season Three Mid-Season finale of The Black Tapes Podcast, Alex and Strand arrive at a crossroads where everything meets and a decision has to be made.
Alex draws nearer to the Axis Mundi while Strand reveals something surprising about his past.
Songs and Signs
Alex digs into the occult history of the Oneida community, and Strand helps her connect some threads through his Black Tapes.
A Family Gathering
Alex runs into the unexpected in Turkey, and Strand discovers his connection to the Black Tapes might be deeper than originally thought.
The Musica Mundana
Alex brushes up on her mathematics while getting closer to the inner workings of the mysterious Thomas Warren and Daiva Corporation.
The Sins of the Father
In the Season Three premiere, Strand unearths some secrets about his father, and Alex begins to make connections between the old and the new.
That cliffhanger tho
Aghhhh! I love this podcast..... I wasn’t ready for it to be over. .... Unless....
The longest, most drawn out, confusing, aimless storyline ever. My fiancé and I binged it on a roadtrip and could not take it seriously as the writing is FULL of convenient plot hole fillers that make no sense, especially since this is supposed to be “real”. The characters became so predictable and 2D but also did completely uncharacteristic things that just didn’t make sense. Also, I swear if I hear a character described as “tall” one more time, I’m going to scream. Overall, it was way too many threads to try and weave together. It felt like the writers would literally forget their own story and then bring it back up 8 episodes later when they got called out online for abandoning storylines.
The dialogue is so so so awkward- they speak with such an unnatural cadence it's hard to continue. This is a problem to address if theyre going to do a "pseudo documentary."