Secrets exist in the wilderness just outside Taos, New Mexico. A strange land of cryptid encounters, UFO Sightings, enigmatic vibrations, hidden treasures, missing persons, and dark shadows hiding just behind your back... waiting for their moment and when it comes... your family and your friends will never see you again.
An amateur podcaster disappears while searching for the legendary Forrest Fenn Treasure. A disgraced former sportscaster attempts to uncover the truth only to find that everyone has their own story to tell. The Subjective Truth is part treasure hunt, part paranormal docudrama, and part True Crime satire.
Written & Created by Jeremy Ellett. Starring Addison Peacock.
Vocal Direction by Danyelle Ellett. Original Music provided by Bajio Alvarado. Sound Direction & Design by Jeremy Ellett.
This week we’d like to share with you the pilot episode of Windfall.
This isn’t just another audio fiction show I love… Windfall is my FAVORITE show. No hyperbole.
Windfall tells the story of two low-level criminal enforcers navigating life on the surface of a giant city while being hounded by the Wolfpac... the cult-like police force of the city's god-queen. Listen to the Pilot episode “Bottom Feeder” here.
And please support the creation of Windfall Season 2 at:
INTRODUCING: Forgive Me!
We're back again with another new fiction series we think you'll love.
Father Ben left New York in cover of night for the quiet pastures of St. Patricks, but he soon finds himself butting heads with the eccentric parishioners who come to him seeking solace and advice.
Forgive Me! is as humorous as it is heartbreaking and insightful. Today we’re honored to feature the pilot for Forgive Me! “The Simple Joy of It”
Subscribe wherever you listen to podcasts. For more information follow @forgiv
INTRODUCING: Someone Dies in This Elevator
We'd like to share a preview for a new Audio Fiction series made by some of our friends. It's called, Someone Dies in This Elevator.
A spoiler driven anthology series, where there is always an elevator and someone always dies in it— but everything else is different. In this preview episode, “A Historian enters the Elevator of the HMR Spaceship Marigold, but be warned. Someone Dies in This Elevator.”
For more information follow the show @SDITEpod on all social media platforms.
INTRODUCING: The Wanderer
Some great folks just released a new series we think you might enjoy...
INTRODUCING: THE WANDERER
“..for The Wanderer, a bargain with the forest and a vow to wander might just be the only way to find his love, Andrew, and get him home safe. Aided by only his wits and the magic of his guitar, the Wanderer will have to face the challenges that both the forest and his mind put before him."
Visit www.callofthewander.com for more info. Or follow @callofthewander on Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
1.17 || FINALE || Preservation Through Destruction
Confessions, Confrontations & Chaos.
The Season 1 Finale of The Subjective Truth.
Featuring Performances by Addison Peacock, Sarah Golding, Steve McGrath, A.R. Olivieri, Danyelle Ellett, Lauren Ezzo, Jen Lyles, Melissa Medina, Marc Cashman, Erin Hanson, Karin Heimdahl, Sabrina Bailey, Emma Elizabeth, Michelle Nickolaisen, Bajio Alvarado, Coni Kitts, Ferry Van Der Woude and Kim Reiko.
CW: Death, Alcoholism, Traffic Accident.
Music by Bajio Alvarado | freesound.org | The Blue Dot Sessions
1.16 || Cryptid Hunt
Graham goes looking for The Goatman on her last night in Taos.
Writing, Editing, and Sound Design by Jeremy Ellett.
Featuring Performances by Addison Peacock, Josh Rubino, Aurore Gautheur, Bajio Alvarado, Roger J. Thacher, Lauren Ezzo, Bailey Cuccaro, Ferry Van Der Woude, Coni Kitts, and Kim Reiko.
Music by Bajio Alvarado, Daniel Birch, and The Blue Dot Sessions.
Additional SFX provided by freesound.org | Credits and Transcripts are available at goodpointepodcasts.com.
This was a very entertaining show to listen to. I definitely recommend it to anyone who enjoys a good strange audio drama. I really hope they do a second season!
This is an interesting story that develops in a way that captures your attention. It’s well written and the characters have depth and emotion. The casting is great! All of f the voice actors really do a nice job and keep the focus on the story.
Great until the Finale!
A+ for a different take & creative fake commercials tied into the storyline. I enjoyed the characters but really - the finale leaves more questions than answers. What the heck?