Going Nowhere: a mystery podcast
I.VI. Past Curfew

I.VI. Past Curfew

June 30, 2020

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“Not everyone who goes into the cornfields comes back out in one piece…”

This is Meg Bliss and guest Scottie Walker with the Going Nowhere podcast, discussing the Somerset Murders in the cornfields of Nowhere.

 

Past Curfew was written, directed, and edited by A.M. Anderson.

Meg Bliss was played by A.M. Anderson.

Scottie Walker was played by Aaron Raye (@aaronrayevo on Twitter)

                                                                                                                               

Content Warnings: blood, dismemberment, upsetting peril, brief mention of BPD, major gore descriptions, being followed

 

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I.V. The Neighbors

I.V. The Neighbors

June 25, 2020

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“You don’t question in town hall.”

This is Meg Bliss with the Going Nowhere podcast, playing a series of recordings taken outside the home of Leo Bliss, regarding town hall and the existence of spiders.

 

The Neighbors was written, directed, and edited by A.M. Anderson.

Meg Bliss was played by A.M. Anderson.

The Man was played by Andrew Weston (@Weston893 on Twitter and Andrew.Weston#6492 on Discord)

The Woman was played by Alexis Grandis

 

Content Warning: spiders, arachnophobia, psychological manipulation, loud noises, authoritarian government, memory loss, possible depressive sentiment, yelling

 

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I.IV. An Unexpected Tenant

I.IV. An Unexpected Tenant

June 16, 2020

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“No matter where I am in the house… there is the overwhelming feeling like I’m being watched…”

This is Meg Bliss with the Going Nowhere podcast, discussing a recent publication of Let’s Talk, Nowhere… and an impromptu cleansing of a possible spirit.

 

An Unexpected Tenant was written, directed, and edited by A.M. Anderson.

Meg Bliss was played by A.M. Anderson.

Charlie Lyle was played by Rose K Morgan (@RoseKMorgan on Twitter)

Content Warning: Loud noises, stalking, blood/gore, eye trauma, brief mention domestic upset, brief mention of drinking, broken glass (SFX), monotonous SFX

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I.III. Paralysis

I.III. Paralysis

June 9, 2020

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“They say you don’t truly know someone until you’ve seen the worst of them...”

This is Meg Bliss with the Going Nowhere podcast, conducting an impromptu investigation of the late Oliver Davis’ recent nightmares.

 

Paralysis was written, directed, and edited by A.M. Anderson.

Meg Bliss was played by A.M. Anderson.

Oliver Davis was played by Erik Smith (@smittysmashVA on Twitter)

Charlie Lyle was played by Rose K Morgan (@RoseKMorgan on Twitter)

Content Warnings: blood, paralysis, self-injurious sleep deprivation, vehicular manslaughter, misgendering, violence towards the homeless, auditory/sensory hallucinations, hospitalization, character distress

 

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I.II. The Modern Cassandra

I.II. The Modern Cassandra

May 26, 2020

“’But I see a terrible flame begin… and in that Place Without Stars, I saw Nowhere burn.”

This is Meg Bliss with the Going Nowhere podcast, spotlighting Maybelle and her prophetic dreams about the Great Fire.

 

The Modern Cassandra was written, directed, and edited by A.M. Anderson.

Meg Bliss was played by A.M. Anderson.

“Maybelle” was played by Caitlin Pancia (@CaitlinPancia on Twitter)

Guest Voice by Dolly Anderson.

Content Warnings: discussion of racism and sexism, hallucinations, brief swear, discussions of natural disaster and death

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I.I. Yearbook

I.I. Yearbook

May 19, 2020

“Sometimes, they just vanish into the blue skies about the cornfield…”

This is Meg Bliss with the Going Nowhere podcast, discussing the history of disappearances in Nowhere… and an old classmate who ceases to exist.

 

Yearbook was written, directed, and edited by A.M. Anderson.

Meg Bliss was played by A.M. Anderson.

Maura James was played by Kiley Taylor.

Content Warning: memory loss, brief mention of suicide and drowning, themes of isolation, and loud noises (15:40 – 15:47)

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I.0 The Poem

I.0 The Poem

April 10, 2020

"...Someone left a poem taped to the museum door this morning." This is Meg Bliss, with the Going Nowhere podcast, asking you why the night sky seems to be more void than stars lately.

 

Enjoy this mini-episode as we gear up for the premiere of Part I on May 19, 2020. Make sure to subscribe to catch the first episode, and leave us a like or review.

Sound effect credits: Magami Soundtracks, alburtomarum, and the-funktasm on freesound.org

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Going Nowhere official trailer [REMASTERED]

Going Nowhere official trailer [REMASTERED]

April 7, 2020

In the coming months of production, we've come to grow and learn our sound editing abilities here at the Nowhere Radio Station. So, enjoy this remastered version of our launch trailer, and be sure to keep an eye out for additional content in the coming days.

Going Nowhere - a mystery podcast launches May 19, 2020.

 

Twitter: @nowhere_pod or #nowherepod

Instagram: @nowhere_pod

Sound effect credits to albertomarun on freesound.org

Original music by Autumn Anderson

original launch trailer

original launch trailer

March 6, 2020

"This town's history - rich in mysterious tunnels, eyes in the cornfield, and everything that lurks in the shadows of humanity - make up for the fact that we're surrounded by nothing." This is Meg Bliss, reporting on the history and happenings of Nowhere, IN. Welcome to the end of the world. And remember: words have power.

Launches May 19, 2020. Make sure to subscribe to catch the first episode!

Follow us on Twitter: @nowhere_pod

Sound effect credit to albertomarun on freesound.org.