When Angels Visit Armadillo uncovers a mystery shrouded in conspiracy, tucked away behind the moss in the rural town of Armadillo, Florida. Through interview recordings and phone calls, WAVA delves into the story of Magnolia Waters-- an unapologetic southern lesbian woman who witnesses a strange disappearance back in 1988. A Southern mystery with a touch of Sci-Fi, WAVA is a limited-series audio drama brought to life in eight chapters.
"Life is kind of like a jelly doughnut-- no beginning or ending-- just a whole lot of middle."
VII: The Greatest Mystery of Our Time
"She looked up at the sky gettin’ soft peach-pink, and whispered, 'You think they’re still up there?'"
"It’s not about what happened in between. It’s about what happened before everything."
VI: No Answers
"It all became very apparent to me that, somewhere in the median of fiction and fact, I had lost my objective."
"But that was okay. ‘Cause I had potential, she said."
IV: A Bit of Both
"Being there was like closing my eyes and taking a long nap, rockin’ back and forth on a porch swing."
Overall terrific storytelling
Love a great racontrice, and the character of Magnolia is a superb storyteller. (**below)
The other actors are decent, and the podcast is a neat little tale that pleasantly entertained on a sunny afternoon. Well done!
**(only two jarring moments - even someone in the backwoods would know what Bluetooth is, and how to pronounce ‘Mexican’)
Thank you for an interesting intelligent ride!! Some sweetness for the soul!!!
Decent story, but...
A decent and engaging story. The acting isn’t great and entirely too many idioms and metaphors.