When video collector Mark Cambria watches a mysterious VHS tape, he begins talking in his sleep in a language that doesn't exist. Mark and his girlfriend Tamra set out to investigate the tape's origin and find themselves caught up in a web of conspiracy, occult, and dread surrounding a legendary video store with a sinister purpose beyond imagining. Video Palace was created by Nick Braccia and Mike Monello, directed by Ben Rock, written by Ben Rock & Bob DeRosa and stars Chase Williamson and Devin Sidell.
After watching a mysterious white VHS tape, Mark talks in his sleep in a language that doesn’t exist.
Mark interviews the wife of Thurman Mueller, who was obsessed with the Video Palace before he disappeared twenty years ago. While Mark is away, Tamra is unnerved by a strange sound at their door.
The Piano Tuner
Tamra helps Mark trace the new white tape to professional piano tuner Randy Wane. Mark interviews him and learns more about the Video Palace before the encounter takes a strange turn.
Mark and Tamra ask their music-composer friend Cat to analyze the white tapes. Cat’s discoveries, plus a revelation from Jacob Manders, send Mark and Tamra’s investigation in a new direction.
Mark and Tamra travel to Vermont to visit the original site of the Video Palace. After discovering a new lead, they stay overnight in a motel, where Mark’s sleep talking takes a turn for the worse.
The Hidden Basement
Mark interviews a former clerk from the Video Palace and learns some intriguing new information. Meanwhile, Tamra visits a mental institution in search of the owners of the Video Palace.
I absolutely love this podcast! The audio drama are always my fav and this on the top of my list. However, there are some loose ends and I need to know what else happens next. I am hoping there is more to this story coming. Great job! I will definitely listen to this again. If you are looking into other audio drama podcast similar to this one, I totally recommend The Cellar Letters, Malevolent, Unwell, The Sheridan Tapes, The Parkdale Haunt and Paralyzed. If you need more suggestions, contact us on the Cellar Letters discord. :)
Really enjoyed this!
The acting was really on point and the sound effects sounded realistic. Great story; kept me riveted. I feel that the ending kinda sucked, but still a really good audio drama!
I hate Tamra
That’s all I got. I hate Tamra. Great podcast.