The CONCLUSION of SodaPop's solo story. The darkness deepens, and the sun comes up.
A transcript of this episode is available here.
CONTENT NOTES (for entire three-part story)
- Live dog and cat sounds
- Harm to wild animals
- Mild harm to humans
- Confusion / disorientation
- Inexplicable pain
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- Archie as “SodaPop”
- Lulu as “Barn cat”
- Julie Saunders as “Narrator”
- Written, edited, and sound designed by Julie Saunders
- Cat wrangling by Seth Ellsworth
- “Believer Theme (Julie’s Melody)” composed by Aaron Ferenc
Music from Epidemic Sound:
- “Old Country Serenade,” by These Old Bones
- “Campfire Tails,” by Brendon Moeller
- “Three Wishes,” by Rune Dale
- “In the Witness’s Eyes,” by Christian Andersen
- “Chapter 13,” by Nihoni
- “Worlds Apart,” by Rannar Sillard
- “Me and My Kite,” by Bonnie Grace
- “Closer Than Two of a Kind,” by Jaydan Talley (ending song)
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BONUS: Two Flat-Earthers Kidnap a Freemason!
39:18Tweenson's Greetings, everyone! As we are now between seasons, we bring you the first of several bonus gifts. Enjoy the pilot episode of the newest show from Good Pointe Media: TWO FLAT-EARTHERS KIDNAP A FREEMASON! For more information, check out the 2FEKaF page on Good Pointe's website: https://goodpointepodcasts.com/2fekaf-2 The transcript for this episode is available here.
1.10 - Oblivion
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1.09 - Rose
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1.08 - FINGERS
25:00Lara gets some medical attention. A transcript of this episode is available at this link on BelieverPodcast.com CONTENT NOTES Car noises (including horns and sirens) Violence Medical abuse, equipment sounds Harm to wild animals Delusional behavior CAST Jake - Jason Markoff Lara - Julie Saunders Doctor Simmons - Samantha Simmonds Ronceros Mayor Terri Boone - Rosa Delgado Sheriff Tate - Regen Wilson Rose - Mara Hernandez Sodapop - Archie Written and directed by Julie Saunders Sound designed by Ester Ellis and Julie Saunders MUSIC “Julie’s Melody (Believer Theme),” by Aaron Ferenc "Born Sinister," by Christoffer Moe Ditlevsen “Reverse," by Silver Maple Sound Effects from Adobe Stock, Epidemic Sound, Soundsnap, and Freesound.org Check out Tunnels! Tunnels is a serialized audiodrama about the mysterious tunnels that can be found underneath a small town in Georgia. Their series finale is out now. Sponsored by Zencastr, an online recording and podcasting platform. Click this link or go to Zencastr.com and enter promo code "believer" for 30% off your pro plan. Do you like the background music we use on Believer? Nearly all of it comes from Epidemic Sound. If you want to check it out yourself, use our referral link and we’ll get a free month of music when you subscribe.
1.07 - The Herald
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1.06 - The Rules
22:25Happy Halloween! This is our first episode back from hiatus, and we're very excited to be here. Lara wakes up in the headquarters of Reverend Boone's cult - but will she be able to leave? Featuring a special trailer for Elaine's Cooking For the Soul, a podcast featuring our very own Rosa Delgado as the host of a post-apocalyptic cooking show. Find them on social media @ElainesCooking or check them out on Spotify. Transcript for this episode is available at BelieverPodcast.com. CONTENT NOTES Cults Imprisonment Illness, sounds of medical equipment Hallucinations Loud noises, knocking sounds, dog sounds Written, Directed, and Produced by Julie Saunders. Sound Design by Ester Ellis. CAST Sara Gorsky - Camille Julie Saunders - Lara Rosa Delgado - Terri Boone David Pinion - Reverend Boone Samantha Ronceros - Doctor Simmons Mara Hernandez - Rose Seth Ellsworth - Marcus/Juniper Archie - SodaPop MUSIC Aaron Ferenc - "Julie's Melody (Believer Theme)" Jay Varton - "Eye For Detail" Christian Andersen - "The Lure" Walt Adams - "Devil in a Can" Music tracks (besides Believer Theme) courtesy of Epidemic Sound. Phone voice generated at: https://filmmusic.io/voiceovers Sponsored by Zencastr, an online recording and podcasting platform. Click this link or go to Zencastr.com and enter promo code "believer" for 30% off your pro plan.
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