9 episodes

Dr. Edison Tucker is having a very weird life. Not being able to die tends to color things that way. Luckily, the strange and unusual is something of her speciality, and Ed’s set her sights and wunderkind grant money on the strangest town in America: Jerusalem, Oregon. She’ll certainly get her EMF Meter’s worth. Between an eccentric housemate, quirky townsfolk, and the mysteries lurking just beyond the tree line, Ed’s going to find the answers she’s been searching for. She just might not be ready for what finds her.

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    • 4.8 • 24 Ratings

Dr. Edison Tucker is having a very weird life. Not being able to die tends to color things that way. Luckily, the strange and unusual is something of her speciality, and Ed’s set her sights and wunderkind grant money on the strangest town in America: Jerusalem, Oregon. She’ll certainly get her EMF Meter’s worth. Between an eccentric housemate, quirky townsfolk, and the mysteries lurking just beyond the tree line, Ed’s going to find the answers she’s been searching for. She just might not be ready for what finds her.

    Episode Eight: Be Not Afraid

    Episode Eight: Be Not Afraid

    The signs were all there.

    Script available here. Intro theme composed by Tyler Petty. End credits theme composed by Newton Schottelkotte. Show art by Caitlin Hoilman.
    TW: Violence

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    • 22 min
    Episode Seven: All Fights Reserved

    Episode Seven: All Fights Reserved

    A lesson in chemistry brings tensions to a boil.

    Script available here. Intro theme composed by Tyler Petty. End credits theme composed by Newton Schottelkotte. Show art by Caitlin Hoilman.
    TW: Accidental drug use, ableist language, panic attacks
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    • 25 min
    Episode Six: Tinfoil Isn't Your Color

    Episode Six: Tinfoil Isn't Your Color

    Ed has a new project, but Lucy senses something fishy.

    Script available here. Intro theme composed by Tyler Petty. End credits theme composed by Newton Schottelkotte. Show art by Caitlin Hoilman.

    TW: Manipulation and deception, violence, choking, fire, ableist language, insects, gaslighting

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    • 22 min
    Episode Five: Glossophobia

    Episode Five: Glossophobia

    Career day at the high school sparks a challenge and an understanding.

    Script available here.  Intro theme composed by Tyler Petty. End credits theme composed by Newton Schottelkotte. Show art by Caitlin Hoilman.

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    • 21 min
    Episode Four: Ed Tucker Can Die?

    Episode Four: Ed Tucker Can Die?

    Forgetting lab safety can cost an arm and a leg.

    Script available here. Intro theme composed by Tyler Petty. End credits theme composed by Newton Schottelkotte. Show art by Caitlin Hoilman.

    TW: Graphic injury, blood, hospitals

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    • 23 min
    Episode Three: Hog Wild

    Episode Three: Hog Wild

    What’s that lurking in the pigpen?

    Script available here. Intro theme composed by Tyler Petty. End credits theme composed by Newton Schottelkotte. Show art by Caitlin Hoilman.

    TW: Blood, animal death, injury, and distress, vomiting, misophonia

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    • 20 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
24 Ratings

24 Ratings

AnnHughes404 ,

Beautiful, Fun and Mysterious

Really gripping show with wonderful characters!! The acting is top notch and the sound design is lovely, definitely worth listening too.

kva333 ,

Good Script, Great Characters

I'm really enjoying this podcast. It's well written with compelling characters.

Rae of 103 ,

They were roommates!!

Funny, witty, wonderfully bittersweet. The two leads' antagonism is almost as charming as their moments of vulnerability. Strong performances bring the unique residents of this mysterious town to life, and I'm excited to follow their story.

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