Kicking off Ostium Season 2, in “Episode 11: A Crack in the Edge of the Word, Part Two,” Jake and Monica find themselves back in Ostium where things are all kind of different . . . again. But it’s not until they go on a little field trip that they learn what’s REALLY happened to Ostium.
This episode was written and produced by Alex C. Telander. The voice of Jake is performed by Chris Fletcher; the voice of Monica is performed by Georgia Mackenzie. All the music was composed by Chris Fletcher. Graphic design and artwork is done by Sara Warren.
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This week’s podcast recommendation is the GONE podcast. The description alone is enough to hook anyone: There’s no way to plan for being alone. There’s no way to plan for what comes next. This is a story about what happens when the world goes dark, and everyone else is gone.
The quality and sound is great, and the voice of the narrator – who is also the creator and writer for the show – is clear and very well acted. It’s one of those shows that just sucks you in right from the beginning with a compelling story and then you can’t stop listening because you don’t know where the story’s going to go next. GONE does have a Patreon page too, so once you gobbled up every episode, be sure to leave a review for the show or support them on Patreon. You could even do it while you’re choosing to support Ostium. You know: support two independent self-supported podcasts in one visit.
Finally, thanks for listening. Without you, there wouldn’t be any point in doing this podcast. So thank you and see you in two weeks with Episode 12: Cultum Ossium.