20 episodes

Mike Archer is a newly appointed fire watcher in the Wyoming woods. While he's never done anything like this before, he needed something new after his mom passed. Now he hopes to spend his days in a tower above the trees looking for fires and working on his new book. But things aren't as quiet and peaceful as he hoped. Strange interference blasts over his radio at night and he starts seeing and hearing creepy noises in the woods. But are these odd occurrences actually happening or is he just going stir crazy?

Tower 4 7 Lamb Productions LLC

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    • 4.5 • 1.2K Ratings

Mike Archer is a newly appointed fire watcher in the Wyoming woods. While he's never done anything like this before, he needed something new after his mom passed. Now he hopes to spend his days in a tower above the trees looking for fires and working on his new book. But things aren't as quiet and peaceful as he hoped. Strange interference blasts over his radio at night and he starts seeing and hearing creepy noises in the woods. But are these odd occurrences actually happening or is he just going stir crazy?

    S2E7: The Search

    S2E7: The Search

    Mike and Jerry follow the tracks left by the small cart. But when they reach a wide open field they find that the tracks end. Mike starts believing they are in over their heads, but Jerry on the other hand, won't give up.

    Music:

    "Tower Score demo" by Brett Wilkins @wilkinsmusicfl

    "Skies Above" by Caleb Etheridge @ Artlist.io

    "Foreboding" by Kyle Preston @ Artlist.io

    • 36 min
    S2E6: The Cave

    S2E6: The Cave

    Mike now has the upper hand, but that doesn't mean he knows what to do. His first order of business is to find Jerry, but that proves easier said than done. One night, while searching the woods around Wind Walk, Mike stumbles upon some other figures. But who could they be?

    Music:

    "Follow Me Nowhere" by Michael Vignola @ Artlist.io

    "A New Start" by The Bows @ Artlist.io

    "Foreboding" by Kyle Preston @ Artlist.io

    "Solitude" by Sid Acharya @ Artlist.io

    • 33 min
    S2E5: Eavesdropping

    S2E5: Eavesdropping

    Mike is on to Amber and Gene, and learns quite a bit from their conversations. But he doesn't know exactly how to handle this new information. So after some careful consideration, he decides to play a game; one where he's actually ahead of the curve.

    Music:

    "When the Tide Breaks Free" by James Forest @ Artlist.io

    "Foreboding" by Kyle Preston @ Artlist.io

    • 36 min
    S2E4: Gaslight

    S2E4: Gaslight

    Mike's had enough. After remembering his fight in the tower, he decides to head out. But he doesn't make it far along Three Posts before he runs into a mysterious man.

    Music:

    "Tower Score 1" by Brett Wilkins @WilkinsMusicFL

    "Machina" by Scott Buckley

    "Skies Above" by Caleb Etheridge @ Artlist.io

    • 25 min
    S2E3: Meaningful Coincidences

    S2E3: Meaningful Coincidences

    Mike tries to talk to Jerry, but he runs off. Once again, Mike is confused and tired. As he heads back to the tower, he can't help but dwell on past events and question his desire to stay. He thinks back to his time with his ex, Sarah, and starts to wonder if maybe some of the things she used to talk about actually do make sense.

    Music:

    "Running Out" by Claire Kelly @ Artlist.io

    "Somewhere in Between" by Kyle Cox @ Artlist.io

    "Foreboding" by Kyle Preston @ Artlist.io

    "Fur Elise" by Beethoven

    • 22 min
    S2E2: The Supply Drop

    S2E2: The Supply Drop

    Mike is starting to remember more of his time in the tower. He also starts having more nightmares which lead to him wanting to explore Site 5 again. After his ankle heals a bit, he heads out, using the supply drop as an excuse. But what exactly is he looking for? He isn't sure.

    Music:

    "Follow Me Nowhere" by Michael Vignola @ Artlist.io

    "Tower Score 1" by Brett Wilkins @WilkinsMusicFL

    "The Beach" by Dylan Mixer @ dmixmusic.com

    • 21 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
1.2K Ratings

1.2K Ratings

Starry eyed 44 ,

Good but kill Amber off asap

Amber is the most obnoxious, grating, unlikable character I ever encountered in any media. I’m not sure if we are supposed to hate her or not. If we are, the dialogue and voice acting is excellent. Chipper, annoying, invasive, creepy know it all- why does this dude keep talking to her lol. Anyway it’s a great story- I agree with other reviewers that I wish it came out more often bc it’s so far apart it’s hard to follow but that’s nbd. I just relisten. I like it, 5 stars.

I’ll add that the snowflakes crying in the comments over single line, literally one non judgmental statement about trump, are making me laugh though! How thin skinned do you have to be to get that upset over a mild statement about the false idol you worship? Hahaha

KatlynnR ,

I’m not sure how to feel

This story is wonderfully produced, the voice acting is great but after listening to all the episodes I just… am lost. The first season REALLY had me, but now I just have no idea what’s happening. It’s SO slow of a story and just not enough information. We’re in season two and it’s like, what’s the monster? What are the people? Who are they? What’s up with Jerry? What’s ambers story? There are SO many questions and instead of answering questions it’s like it just keeps adding more and more. It’s both annoying, great and frustrating.
If this had more of an explanation to ANYTHING and had idk, more to the story and was uploaded more than once a month?? (If that) it could be SO SO SO much better.

(Walter55) ,

One of the best slow burn mysteries!

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