120 episodes

In July of 2019, Jeremy made the fortuitous decision to make the only bid on an abandoned storage unit. At first disappointed by no apparent treasure, what he discovered instead is a trove of the most extensive documentation of seemingly unexplainable events he’s ever seen. Join him on his journey of discovery through the horrific, paranormal, and downright unusual events of each podcast episode and sink into the frightening reality that lurks just beneath the skin of our everyday lives. The Storage Papers is an independent podcast and runs solely on the fear and passion of its creators.

The Storage Papers Jeremy Enfinger

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    • 4.5 • 367 Ratings

In July of 2019, Jeremy made the fortuitous decision to make the only bid on an abandoned storage unit. At first disappointed by no apparent treasure, what he discovered instead is a trove of the most extensive documentation of seemingly unexplainable events he’s ever seen. Join him on his journey of discovery through the horrific, paranormal, and downright unusual events of each podcast episode and sink into the frightening reality that lurks just beneath the skin of our everyday lives. The Storage Papers is an independent podcast and runs solely on the fear and passion of its creators.

    Season 5 Update

    Season 5 Update

    Updates on Season 5 production, our website changes, and casting call!
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    • 5 min
    A Visit With Family

    A Visit With Family

    Cassandra and James take a drive up the coast to visit James' parents, who aren't quite acting like the people they remember.
    It wouldn't be a Storage Papers Halloween without a Storage Papers bonus episode... hope you enjoy!
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    • 32 min
    Data Loss

    Data Loss

    SUMMARY: Jeremy is experimenting with shared lucid dreaming when he finds someone who enlists his help to strike a blow to Hydra, but in the end, he’s not so sure it was a dream.

    CONTENT WARNINGS: Violence involving a female character

    NOTES: The password referred to in this episode is X973-BRAVO-34RI. If you have any potential suggestions regarding its usage, please reach out to jeremy@thestoragepapers.com.

    CREDITS:

    This episode was written by Nathan Lunsford and performed by Jeremy Enfinger.

    Episode artwork by Nathan Lunsford.

    Sound effects and music by Zapsplat.

    Episode Music, “Don’t Wake Up”, “Dream Atmos 1” and “Intro V1” by Cody Ditzenberger.

    Additional Episode Music, "Road to Hell" by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com), licensed under Creative Commons by Attribution 3.0. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/



    ABOUT: The Storage Papers is produced by Grinner Media LLC. It’s a fictional horror audio drama with episodes published every two weeks. Some topics may be sensitive for younger viewers. Transcripts and content warnings can be found on our website. For additional details, visit:

    Website: https://www.thestoragepapers.com/ 



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    • 32 min
    Confession

    Confession

    SUMMARY: Jeremy confides in Detective Anderson to create an opportunity to confront Ron about the nature of the papers, his relationship to them, and his personal involvement with Project Hydra.

    CONTENT WARNINGS: Acts of threatened violence against children and gun violence
     
    CREDITS:

    This episode was written and performed by Jeremy Enfinger. 

    Episode artwork by Nathan Lunsford. 

    Sound effects and music by Zapsplat. 

    Episode Music, “Intro V II”, “Behind Your Shadow”, “Eyelashes Have Left My Head” and “We Will See You Soon” by Cody Ditzenberger. 

     
    ABOUT: The Storage Papers is produced by Grinner Media LLC. It’s a fictional horror audio drama with episodes published every two weeks. Some topics may be sensitive for younger viewers. Transcripts and content warnings can be found on our website. For additional details, visit:

    Website: https://www.thestoragepapers.com/ 



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    • 40 min
    Malcolm

    Malcolm

    SUMMARY: Jeremy receives information about Malcolm’s whereabouts and plans a visit to gain some insight to The Storage Papers. Some unexpected events occur immediately following.

    CONTENT WARNINGS: Language

    CREDITS:

    This episode was written by Cody Ditzenberger. Performed by Jeremy Enfinger, with Nathan Lunsford as Malcolm, Amanda Lunsford as Brianne, and one of our very own Curators, Mister F, as the Correctional Officer.

    Episode artwork by Nathan Lunsford. 

    Sound effects and music by Zapsplat. 

    Episode Music, “Intro V11”, “Close Your Eyes”, “Angels Facing Backwards, ” and “Eyelashes Have Left My Head” by Cody Ditzenberger. 

     
    ABOUT: The Storage Papers is produced by Grinner Media LLC. It’s a fictional horror audio drama with episodes published every two weeks. Some topics may be sensitive for younger viewers. Transcripts and content warnings can be found on our website. For additional details, visit:

    Website: https://www.thestoragepapers.com/ 



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    • 45 min
    Subject 14-3

    Subject 14-3

    SUMMARY: While Brianne isn’t returning communication, Jeremy reviews several documents about a Hydra experiment gone wrong that perplexes their scientists and brings to light a classification system for people with special abilities.

    CONTENT WARNINGS: Language

    CREDITS:

    This episode was written and performed by Jeremy Enfinger

    Episode artwork by Nathan Lunsford

    Sound effects and music by Zapsplat

    Episode Music, “Dream Atmos 2” by Cody Ditzenberger

    Additional Episode Music, "Controlled Chaos" by Kevin MacLeod (incomptech.com), licensed under Creative Commons by Attribution 3.0. http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0/


     
    ABOUT: The Storage Papers is produced by Grinner Media LLC. It’s a fictional horror audio drama with episodes published every two weeks. Some topics may be sensitive for younger viewers. Transcripts and content warnings can be found on our website. For additional details, visit:

    Website: https://www.thestoragepapers.com/ 



    Transcripts, content warnings, and more: https://www.thestoragepapers.com/episodes



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    • 31 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
367 Ratings

367 Ratings

Davelhazen ,

Dig the Show

All in all it’s a quality listen. In Season 4 Episode 14 there is reference to local SD Mom and Pop pizza place with best pizza in ca. I’d be shocked if it isn’t referring to Bronx Pizza at
111 Washington St, San Diego, CA 92103
I am an ex patriot NY PIZZA snob. This pizza IS NY pizza!!

Hunt2072 ,

Season 4 is a struggle

I’ve enjoyed this podcast through the first 3 seasons. Season 4 have gone off the rails a bit. Jeremy has become annoying and the foul language seems a bit forced. I’ll try to finish season 4 but if it continues to deteriorate this will be the end for me. The fact that he’s still having trouble asking for permission recording people is a bit irritating too.

rafflmao ,

has its flaws but is still interesting

I’m just echoing a lot of what’s already been said. It’s enough to keep my attention but it’s no TMA. Also GIANT groan at the way the narrator inserted himself into the story — it was poorly-contrived, not graceful or even believable, and poorly-written but it is what we have been sitting with for several seasons now so it is what it is. Though, seriously, the church scene when all the super friends get together to fight the big evil was stupidly convoluted. Also, not a big fan of Ron’s backstory but I appreciated how out of left field it was because I saw that other S4 plot twist coming from 15 episodes away. Other things: the squelching and slurping noises are very unnecessary but for the most part have calmed down and the other audio is ok to me. Some of the stand alone episodes are poorly written. The one about the hotel maid or whoever she was with the zombies and the building burning down and she is telling the story from the perspective of a police confession… yeah that one. That was probably the worst standalone and the closest I ever came to unsubscribing (you really have to be more discerning a out your guest writers). But the main story is intriguing enough to keep my attention and I am caught up so it is worth it to me to check in for new episodes every few weeks. That said, I struggled with Jeremy’s intonation for awhile and somehow it has just grown on me. I think I just know what to expect now so I’m less annoyed but it would have been nice not to have to have dealt with that for 3.5 seasons… anyway, 4 star because it honestly is still better than plenty out there…

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