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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.
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The Storage Papers Jeremy Enfinger

    • Fiction
    • 4.5 • 334 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.
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    Contest Winner: Bad Day for a Jog

    Contest Winner: Bad Day for a Jog

    A recurring vivid dream about starting an exercise routine is accompanied by cryptic warnings (This episode was written by Anna Q as one of the writing competition winners from last year's competition).
    CONTENT WARNINGS: Themes about murder
    CREDITS:
    This episode was written by Anna Q and narrated by Jeremy EnfingerEpisode Art by Nathan LunsfordSound effects and music by ZapsplatEpisode Music, “Close Your Eyes”, and "Dream Atmos 1" by Cody Ditzenberger
    ABOUT: The Storage Papers is distributed and marketed by Rusty Quill and 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/episodesPatreon Bonus Content: https://patreon.com/grinnermediaMerch: https://merch.thestoragepapers.com/Review Us: https://www.thestoragepapers.com/reviewJoin our community on Discord: https://www.thestoragepapers.com/discordGrinner Media: https://grinnermedia.com/Rusty Quill: https://rustyquill.com/
    SOCIAL:
    Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/storagepapers
    Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/storagepapers
    Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/thestoragepapers

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    • 11 min
    How It Ends

    How It Ends

    About How it Ends
    On an ordinary evening in November 1993, Micah’s entire world collapsed when her father, Nolan, died in a car accident. As time passed, Micah suffered from horrifying night terrors and an eerie recurring dream that left her exhausted and on edge. How it Ends was supposed to free her from her nightmares and help her deal with her loss… but when she receives new information about her father’s accident from an unexpected source, Micah’s world changes once again. And she discovers that sometimes dreams aren’t dreams at all—they’re memories.
    About Season 1, Episode 1: Nolan Jones
    Micah knew that when she left her New Jersey hometown for college in Rhode Island, she'd never look back. Episode 1 of How it Ends brings us into Micah's world 25 years after her dad's death and despite her attempt, all those years ago... she quickly learns that you can't run from your past. This episode features one of Micah's rare trips back home to visit her mother, Ava. As their conversation stirs up long-forgotten memories and Ava can't--or won't--answer Micah's questions, it sets Micah on a search for information about a potential link between her father's accident and a recurring nightmare she's had since childhood.
    Content warnings: Grief, death of a parent, alcohol consumption, stalking, adult language.
    Written, Directed, and Produced by Stephanie Resendes & Micah Rodriguez
    Starring Micah Rodriguez as Micah, Shey Rivera as Ava, Joshua Van Ness as Nolan, & Sarah Champagne as Billie
    Sound Engineering & Editing by Chris Anderson
    Music by Joshua Van Ness
    Episode transcripts by Evelyn Archer


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    • 30 min
    Behind the Scenes in Season 4 (partial discussion)

    Behind the Scenes in Season 4 (partial discussion)

    Hello everyone! A few nights ago, Nathan and I got together to answer some questions about the show and we're sharing a part of that discussion now. For the full hour-long discussion, you can get with the Investigator Tier or higher rewards over on our Patreon page.  Thanks for listening!
    Topics Include:
    The PartyFeed the BonesARG UpdateSeason 4 Updates and DiscussionCharacter Updates Inside Phonic Fiction Fest



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    • 31 min
    S4E10: Who Do You Trust?

    S4E10: Who Do You Trust?

    Jeremy and Detective Anderson arrange a meeting with Ron to confront him about his presence at the hotel.  Brianne uncovers some unnerving information and a potential pattern linking local disappearances to the medical records.  
    CONTENT WARNINGS: Profanity, references to blood
    CREDITS:
    This episode was written by Jeremy Enfinger with Nathan Lunsford as Detective Anderson and Ryan Boster as Ron HammondEpisode Art by Nathan LunsfordSound effects and music by ZapsplatEpisode Music, “Close Your Eyes”, “Dream Atmos 1”, “Dream Atmos 2” and “Eyelashes Have Left My Head” by Cody Ditzenberger 
    ABOUT: The Storage Papers is distributed and marketed by Rusty Quill and 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/episodesPatreon Bonus Content: https://patreon.com/grinnermedia Merch: https://merch.thestoragepapers.com/ Review Us: https://www.thestoragepapers.com/review Join our community on Discord: https://www.thestoragepapers.com/discord Grinner Media: https://grinnermedia.com/ Rusty Quill: https://rustyquill.com/
    SOCIAL:
     
    Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/storagepapers 
    Twitter - https://www.twitter.com/storagepapers 
    Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/groups/thestoragepapers


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    • 29 min
    Feed the Bones

    Feed the Bones

    Jeremy has a surprise visitor as he sleeps, who opens the journal of Joseph Foye and reads a dark entry from a long-forgotten Halloween.
    CONTENT WARNINGS: Home invasion, threats, suffocation, murder, corpses, gore
    ABOUT: The Storage Papers is distributed and marketed by Rusty Quill and 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 listeners. Transcripts and content warnings can be found on our website. For additional details visit:
    WebsiteTranscripts, content warnings, and morePatreon bonus contentMerchReview UsGrinner MediaRusty Quill
    CREDITS:
    Written, performed, and produced by Nathan LunsfordMusic: “I Cut My Own Hair” and “Needle Mouth” by Cody DitzenbergerSound effects by Zapsplat
    SOCIAL:
    DiscordInstagramTwitterFacebook
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    • 19 min
    Double Booked - Phonic Fiction Fest Entry

    Double Booked - Phonic Fiction Fest Entry

    I participated in Phonic Fiction Fest this year, which was put on by Cole Weavers of The Town Whispers and our very own Nathan Lunsford of The Storage Papers. Teams were to be given a random horror genre, a line, and a sound effect that were mandatory to use for all submissions. My team (Team Kooky - see Team Roles below) was assigned Horror Comedy, and this was our end product. I thought you would enjoy some additional Halloween Bonus content! For more information about Phonic Fiction Fest and to listen to all 25 entries, CLICK HERE.
    ABOUT:
    A couple on the verge of divorce takes their therapist up on her offer to book an Airbnb in the country for the weekend to try and iron out their differences. Complications ensue when they find that they’ve inexplicably double-booked the house with a serial killer in the process of dismembering a victim.
    CONTENT WARNINGS:
    Language, gory sound effects, frequent insults about model trains, Philly accents, blood, death, mutilation, improper usage/pronunciation of medical terms, puns.
    FULL TRANSCRIPTS:
    https://drive.google.com/file/d/1-jL8396Ua-y3dYQiN25ZZ03O6DuEnFwt/view?usp=sharing
    TEAM ROLES:
    Jeremy Enfinger (he/him/his): Team Leader, Writer, Director, Actor (True Crime Podcast Narrator), Assembly of Vocal Takes, Cover Art @WeirdoJeremy Joshua Alkema (he/they): Writer, Transcription @ThePhoenix713Skyler Giordano (He/Him): Sound Design Arrangement, Composer, Voice of Serial Killer and Zombie, Additional Writing, Cover Art @SkylerGiordanoGraham Capobianco (He/Him): Post Production Engineer @grahamalogueNate Davis (He/Him): Actor (Derek) and Writer @nat_davsAlexandra Paige Levine (she/her): Actor (Kelly) and Writer @ohsofabulex
    VOTING CATEGORIES:
    Horror-comedy (Third Place)LGBTQIA+ – CreatorMarginalized Gender Identity – CreatorOriginal MusicOriginal Art (Third Place)

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    • 20 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
334 Ratings

334 Ratings

Issa828 ,

Great Storytelling

Love the whole podcast. The case files are entertaining and scary. Love the voice acting along with the music and backgrounds. Great job!

Djthomas9676 ,

Grumble

This podcast needs two things (full disclosure I’ve only listened to the first season) first it needs to stop with the sound effects! So corny. Second you gotta do a better job of your meta story if your gonna have one. It’s confusing enough to have a story about a guy who’s doing a podcast on the story of a guy who collected the stories of other people, ya know?

WilsonFisk1605 ,

Simply amazing podcast

It’s October 2022 just discovered this podcast been catching up since the beginning and I will say this is totally awesome. Just well crafted and well done.

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