This started as trying to get help for Mr. Doe, a patient I met in the psych ward at Jefferson Hospital with amnesia. What it's turned into is...hard to say. I don't know what to think of what he's saying, because he might be a delusional schizophrenic (or he might have uncovered some giant global conspiracy!) Help us figure out what happened and what's going on!
UNERASEABLE Session 22 - The note
Welcome home, Mr. Doe. It's nice to finally meet you.
We'll miss you.
UNERASEABLE Session 21 - Light
Aurea! It sounds so magical! I would give anything to have been there! And finally, the truth to what happened and how Mr. Doe lost his memory.
UNERASEABLE Session 20 - Hyperdonor
More big revelations from Mr. Doe! I'll admit it gets a little confusing at one point, but he pushes through and... wow! I can't wait until he records again!
UNERASEABLE Session 19 - Lake Waullenpaupack
I wasn't sure if we were going to hear from Mr. Doe again, and I never could have predicted what he uncovers in this session. He found her. And he remembers!
UNERASEABLE Session 18 - Happy
What a 180 from last time! Looks like Mr. Doe discovered his zen and I'm so happy for him. Great news!
UNERASEABLE Session 17 - Mirage
Mr. Doe is back, but not for good reasons. He, Alyx and Hazel run into problems on their way to the Aureaon site. I hope they can figure out what's going on.
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I am enjoying this podcast so much! I love all the mysteries that pop up in every episode. I find myself thinking about it when I'm not listening.
You all do realize this is fiction right?
Leaving a three star review to demonstrate neutrality to fiction versus non-fiction. Though personally, I do prefer non-fiction. His constantly panicked voice is a dead giveaway, then there's the convenience of his problems getting solved episode to episode, and finally the curator's narrative is pure marketing along with her cousin coincidentally reserving a domain prior to mentioning that she wanted a website. My guess is that they're second or third year acting students who want to use podcasting to recreate the pre-television radio programs.
Really pulled me in! A lot of intrigue. Can't wait to see how everything develops!