16 episodes

The Rose Hill Diaries is a radio-drama style show following our narrator, Zedediah Stone, as he investigates the mysterious inner workings of the now-shuttered Rose Hill Asylum for the Mentally Insane. Zed thinks he knows what he's getting himself into, but not everything on the grounds of Rose Hill is what it seems...

The Rose Hill Diaries James Weippert

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    • 4.2 • 15 Ratings

The Rose Hill Diaries is a radio-drama style show following our narrator, Zedediah Stone, as he investigates the mysterious inner workings of the now-shuttered Rose Hill Asylum for the Mentally Insane. Zed thinks he knows what he's getting himself into, but not everything on the grounds of Rose Hill is what it seems...

    Season Two, Episode Five - "Acknowledge The Corn"

    Season Two, Episode Five - "Acknowledge The Corn"

    Zed stumbles into a controversy far older than he is. Can he help settle it, or is it too little, too late?

    This episode was written and directed by James Weippert, with additional story work by Anket Kohli.

    The character of Zed was voiced by James Weippert. The character of Dr. Isaac was voiced by Michael Bradley. The character of Zachary was voiced by Christopher Trindade. The character of Harrison was voiced by Mike Themistocleous.

    The Rose Hill Diaries theme was composed and performed by Mike Themistocleous.

    Check out the show online at RoseHillPodcast.com, at facebook.com/RoseHillPodcast, or on twitter and Instagram at @RoseHillPodcast.

    If you want to support the show, head on over to Patreon.com and show us some support.

    S2E4 - To The Tune Of Your Death

    S2E4 - To The Tune Of Your Death

    Zed wanders up out of the basement, and comes face to face with a particularly manic, melodic man.

    The Rose Hill Diaries is created and produced by James Weippert.

    This episode was written by James Weippert, John Maddaloni, and Mike Themistocleous.

    The character of Zed was voiced by James Weippert, the character of the Organist was voiced by John Maddaloni, and the character of Dr. Isaac was voiced by Michael Bradley.

    The Rose Hill Diaries theme song was written and performed by Mike Themistocleous.

    You can find the show online at RoseHillPodcast.com, as well as on Facebook/Twitter/Instagram at @rosehillpodcast.

    You can support the show at Patreon.com/RoseHillPodcast.

    Thanks for listening, and be sure to share the show with everyone you know!

    • 11 min
    Season Two, Episode Three - "A Rusty Blade Works All The Same"

    Season Two, Episode Three - "A Rusty Blade Works All The Same"

    Zed meets some familiar faces in his quest to assist a new voice...that is coming from inside the walls.

    The Rose Hill Diaries is created and produced by James Weippert.

    This episode was written by James Weippert and Jaime Poland, and edited by James Weippert.

    The character of Zed Stone is voiced by James Weippert, William and Philip Almalik are voiced by Steven Zuccaro, and Jessica Deschamps is voiced by Aubrey Quinn.

    The Rose Hill Diaries theme was composed and performed by Mike Themistocleous, of the band Fox Hollow.

    You can find the show at RoseHillPodcast, as well as on Facebook/Twitter/Instagram at @rosehillpodcast.

    You can support the show at Patreon.com/RoseHillPodcast.

    Thank you for listening.

    • 12 min
    Season Two, Episode Two - "I Will Not Be Silenced"

    Season Two, Episode Two - "I Will Not Be Silenced"

    Zed overhears a conversation between two familiar voices, discussing some rather pressing information...

    The Rose Hill Diaries is created and produced by James Weippert. This episode of The Rose Hill Diaries was written and produced by James Weippert.

    The character of Zed Stone was voiced by James Weippert, the character of Cora Young was voiced by Lindsay Horgan, and the character of Dr. Silas Marshall III was voiced by Timothy Simpson.

    The Rose Hill Diaries theme song was written and performed by Mike Themistocleous.

    You can check out the show at RoseHillPodcast.com, as well as on Facebook/Twitter/Instagram at @rosehillpodcast. If you really like the show, be sure to check it out and support us at Patreon.com/RoseHillPodcast.

    • 12 min
    Season Two, Episode One: "We'll All Be Dead Soon"

    Season Two, Episode One: "We'll All Be Dead Soon"

    Zed stumbles around in the basement of Rose Hill, and is surprised by what he finds...but not necessarily what he sees.

    The Rose Hill Diaries is created and produced by James Weippert. This episode was written by James Weippert. Zed Stone was voiced by James Weippert, the Patient was voiced by Harley Yeager, and additional voices were provided by Rachael Feldman and Kylie Woodlock. The Rose Hill Diaries theme was composed and performed by Mike Themistocleous.

    You can find the show online at RoseHillPodcast.com, on Facebook/Twitter/Instagram under the username @RoseHillPodcast, as well as support the show on Patreon at Patreon.com/RoseHillPodcast.

    • 13 min
    Cast Interview: Evelyn Dumont

    Cast Interview: Evelyn Dumont

    Hello listeners!

    So to tide you all over before Season Two comes out, we're going to be posting some interviews with some of our cast members!  You can get to know them a little bit, and hear a little bit more about the show in the process.

    Our first interview is with Evelyn Dumont, the voice of Mary Worthington.  You can find out more about her and her upcoming projects at evelyndumont.com.

    Remember to check us out on Facebook and Twitter, and at RoseHillPodcast.com. And be sure to tell everyone you know to listen to the show! Direct engagement and word of mouth is the best way to get the show out there, and we really appreciate it.

    Enjoy, and stay tuned soon for news about Season Two!

    • 6 min

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5
15 Ratings

15 Ratings

38wwrdccma ,

What?

Where is the rest?!?

Listener924 ,

Kind of annoying?

Ghosts voices and poor acting are distracting. Poor character development. Great idea, would be amazing if it was executed better

Bjorn Klausky ,

Eeeek!

I’m a huge sucker for creepy, fictitious podcasts... I even enjoy a large number of really terrible ones, probably similar to people who are hooked on daytime soap operas, but this particular podcast just sounds far too amateur. The story reads like a video game, dude has to navigate thru a cemetery to get to the scary, abandoned psych ward & faces different, underdeveloped characters (or ghosts). That’s about it... way too bla.

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