Three friends find themselves lost in a mysterious forest. The only problem: beyond the trees lies a dark secret.
Now they must confront their hidden pasts while battling a terrifying, life-sucking creature.
Soon, the trio will learn they don’t really belong here. Or anywhere for that matter.
“We Don’t Belong Here” is a genre-bending podcast through South Asian, Filipinx, and Islamic Mythologies. Created by Tamara Syed, Sim Dhugga, and Ryan Thomas Riddle. Produced by Avaaz Media.
The Night of the Smokeless Fire
As Maya tries to piece together the fragments of her memories, she loses trust in Amina. Haunted by her traumatic past, Amina fights off vivid flashbacks but are these memories her own? Or clever tricks?
Knock at the Door
Maya and Amina seek shelter from something sinister stalking them on the outskirts of the forest. But that’s the least of their worries. Trapped in a strange house, Maya is flooded with flashbacks of pain, regret, and loss. Soon reality warps around her as Amina starts acting strangely.
Three Characters Trapped in a Forest
It should’ve been a simple hiking trip. Should’ve. But it’s hardly anything but ordinary. Now three friends find themselves lost in an enigmatic forest. And one of them will confront a monster from Philippine folklore — the deadly Aswang.
And that’s only the beginning of their troubles…
Presented by Avaaz Media
Three friends find themselves lost in a mysterious forest. The only problem: beyond the trees lies a dark secret. Now they must confront their hidden pasts while battling a terrifying, life-sucking creature. Soon, the trio will learn they don’t really belong here. Or anywhere for that matter. “We Don’t Belong Here” is a genre-bending experience through horror and South Asian, Filipino, and Muslim Mythology. Begins 10/27/2020. Subscribe now, wherever you listen to podcasts.
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Creepy and mythology? Yes, please!
Really excited for anything that mixes mythology and horror and this podcast does just this. And this podcast does exactly that. Can't wait for more of the story.
Definitely an interesting premise. I can’t wait to find out what happens nexts. The story provides suspense and horror at the same time. Especially the villain’s voice, man was that scary.
Finally an Asian Mythological Podcast!
I love what they did with medium. Using sounds to create an auditory experience and mythos from eastern cultures is a breath of fresh air. I never thought to listen to a narrative podcast - but I’m definitely interested after this!