20 episodes

In June of 2020, amateur podcaster Buddha Kline was searching for the Forrest Fenn Treasure in the wilderness just outside Taos, New Mexico... when he disappeared without a trace. This podcast is dedicated to finding out the truth behind what happened to Buddha Kline...

UFOs. Ghosts. Reincarnation. And Liars.
This is The Subjective Truth.

STARRING
| Addison Peacock | A.R. Olivieri | Danyelle Ellett | Sarah Golding | Steve McGrath | Roger J. Thacher | Josh Rubino | Jen Lyles | Gabriel Hicks | Dallas Wheatley | Chris Butera | Blythe Renay | Jordan Cobb | Halen Dean | Aurore Gautheur | Bajio Alvarado | Adam Dergiman | Karin Heimdahl | Emma Elizabeth | Drew Kocour | Chara Lin | Bailey Cuccaro | Arlene Haskins | Marc Cashman |

| Written & Created by Jeremy Ellett |
| Vocal Direction by Danyelle Ellett |
| Original Music provided by Bajio Alvarado |
| Audio Engineering & Editing by Jeremy Ellett |
| Sound Direction & Design by Jeremy Ellett |
| Additional Scoring by Jeremy Ellett |
| Logos & Artwork by Jeremy Ellett |
| Casting by Jeremy Ellett |
| Social Media by Danyelle Ellett |

Good Pointe Podcasts

The Subjective Truth Good Pointe

    • Science Fiction
    • 4.8, 90 Ratings

In June of 2020, amateur podcaster Buddha Kline was searching for the Forrest Fenn Treasure in the wilderness just outside Taos, New Mexico... when he disappeared without a trace. This podcast is dedicated to finding out the truth behind what happened to Buddha Kline...

UFOs. Ghosts. Reincarnation. And Liars.
This is The Subjective Truth.

STARRING
| Addison Peacock | A.R. Olivieri | Danyelle Ellett | Sarah Golding | Steve McGrath | Roger J. Thacher | Josh Rubino | Jen Lyles | Gabriel Hicks | Dallas Wheatley | Chris Butera | Blythe Renay | Jordan Cobb | Halen Dean | Aurore Gautheur | Bajio Alvarado | Adam Dergiman | Karin Heimdahl | Emma Elizabeth | Drew Kocour | Chara Lin | Bailey Cuccaro | Arlene Haskins | Marc Cashman |

| Written & Created by Jeremy Ellett |
| Vocal Direction by Danyelle Ellett |
| Original Music provided by Bajio Alvarado |
| Audio Engineering & Editing by Jeremy Ellett |
| Sound Direction & Design by Jeremy Ellett |
| Additional Scoring by Jeremy Ellett |
| Logos & Artwork by Jeremy Ellett |
| Casting by Jeremy Ellett |
| Social Media by Danyelle Ellett |

Good Pointe Podcasts

    0.00 || An Update and Teaser from Good Pointe

    0.00 || An Update and Teaser from Good Pointe

    We launched a new Comedy Fiction series called The One Stars.
    It features fictional 'One Star Reviews from all across the Multiverse.' It's written, sound designed, and even acted by most of the same folks who brought you The Subjective Truth.

    As podcast fans, we know how annoying cross-promo episode drops can be for some and we promise that episode drops of other shows will not become a regular occurrence on this feed. We just wanted to share our new show with the audience from our first show. Enjoy

    • 8 min
    1.17 || FINALE || Preservation Through Destruction

    1.17 || FINALE || Preservation Through Destruction

    Confessions, Confrontations & Chaos. The Season One Finale.

    CW: Death, Alcoholism, Car Accident

    Writing & Sound Design | Jeremy Ellett
    Music | Bajio Alvarado
    Starring | 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 |

    | freesound.org | The Blue Sessions

    • 56 min
    1.16 || Welcome to The Blue Mesa Hotel: Part Two

    1.16 || Welcome to The Blue Mesa Hotel: Part Two

    Graham’s last night in Taos.

    Writing & Sound Design | Jeremy Ellett

    Music | Bajio Alvarado, Daniel Birch, and The Blue Dot Sessions

    Starring | Addison Peacock as Graham | Josh Rubino as Jack |  Aurore Gautheur as Odette | Bajio Alvarado as Dan | Roger J. Thacher as Phillip | Lauren Ezzo as Jessica | Bailey Cuccaro as Pat | Ferry Van Der Woude as The AntiDope | Coni Kitts as the Fennster.

    Additional SFX provided by freesound.org. For a complete list of credits please visit goodpointepodc

    • 27 min
    1.15 || Welcome to The Blue Mesa Hotel: Part One

    1.15 || Welcome to The Blue Mesa Hotel: Part One

    Graham arrives in Taos. 

    Writing & Sound Design | Jeremy Ellett

    Music | Bajio Alvarado, Scott Arc, Setuniman and The Blue Dot Sessions

    Addison Peacock as Graham | Josh Rubino as Jack |  Aurore Gautheur as Odette | Bajio Alvarado as Dan | Chris Butera as Fate | Stephanie Foults, Drew Kocour, Roger J. Thacher as Taos Locals | Bailey Cuccaro as Pat |

    Additional SFX from freesounds.org. For a complete list of SFX included in this episode please visit goodpointepodcasts.com 

    • 36 min
    1.14 || Messages and Signs

    1.14 || Messages and Signs

    Graham is busy preparing for her trip to Taos so instead we'll hear from YOU. Voicemails from from the tipline. 

    Writing & Sound Design by Jeremy Ellett 
    Music provided by Bajio Alvarado | The Blue Dot Sessions 

    Callers | Sarah Nightmare | Bajio Alvarado | Joshua Maldonado | Wilson Apolo | Chris Butera | Brice Bankard | SumOlives | Jared I. Magee | Danyelle Ellett | Elliot Gindi  

    ‘Therma, New Mexico’ was written by Shamus Burns
    ‘Lonely Caller’ was written by Elliot Gindi 

    Good

    • 21 min
    1.13 || My Husband Changed

    1.13 || My Husband Changed

    Minisode: A marriage is tested at The Blue Mesa Hotel. 

    Starring | Madame Raven

    Writing and Sound Design by Jeremy Ellett
    Good Shows. Good People. Good Pointe. 

    • 8 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
90 Ratings

90 Ratings

NightPrincess666 ,

WOW

I can’t recommend The Subjective Truth enough to people who The X-Files, Fringe, Meow Wolf’s House of Eternal Return, dimension-hopping. This first season has been a wild ride in the best way. It went from mind bending, to more investigative and disturbing, to absolutely mind bending again. I’m metaphorically clutching my head as I try and untangle these conspiracy threads. I’m so excited for season 2, but I know I’m gonna be re-listening and listening for stuff I missed.

There are so many cool things about this podcast. The way the fictional sponsorships got folded into (and then removed from) the show was amazing, and I like the way Graham’s background is slowly revealed in bits and pieces and how there are still unanswered questions. Graham is a very good “mysterious backstory” woman, but she’s also the woman whose backstory is regularly brought up in joke-y asides by side characters. I love how there’s stuff that’s going unsaid by literally every person who’s being recorded on the podcast, but it’s gone unsaid because they all already know it, so there’s no need to explain it all.

The threads have been (somewhat) sewn together and laid in place for another season, and it’s really clear how much thought went into writing this podcast, and I am about it.

It’s hard to comment on the meta aspects of the podcast since I’m listening after it’s all been released. But the way TST comments on true crime podcast audiences and the acceptable lines of gray moral was fascinating and made me really wish I’d listened in real time. Definitely a podcast worth subscribing to!

ColdProcessWeatherwax ,

Unique take on the investigation genre

After some of the earlier episodes I thought for sure I knew where this show was going. I planned for all the usual ‘paranormal investigation’ tropes to come out of the woodwork, but i just finished episode 8 and all I can say is WOW I did not see that coming. I’m excited to hear how all this ends. Cool new take on the somewhat tired ‘Investigative Reporter’ podcast genre.

Bachpants ,

Great

Love it

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