As the Watchtower 10 crew question Frank's intentions, they're interrupted by an unexpected - and very dead - visitor. Roger and Kate play good-cop-bad-cop, while Etta and Bertie make a foreboding discovery.
The Watchtower crew investigates what brought their unexpected guest to their doorstep - and what he might've brought with him in the process. Roger borrows something, hearing an old voice and some new ones, too. Bertie tries to be assertive. Kate has her doubts about ventriloquism. Etta must choose between being scared and asking important questions.
And Persnickety Pete has something he'd like to say.
This episode contains mentions of poison, blood, and possible death by fire. It also uses some disembodied whispering.
Persnickety Pete's Message was composed and performed by Jake Hull.
Some sound effects provided by Dead Signals, creators of the Archive 81 and The Deep Vault podcasts.
Despite her better judgement, Kate sends a message.
Is anyone there?
Before he sets out for Ocean View, Frank has a story to tell.
There will always be terrible things.
Kate communicates with… someone. Meanwhile, Roger and Bertie discuss the consequences of card games, Etta deals with conflicting feelings, and Bob tries to answer a question.
In the second of a two-part episode, agendas are revealed, things are destroyed, motives are questioned, and the ocean is utilized.
Warnings: Someone gets stabbed. A lot. Mild language in the outtakes.
Bertie takes time out of his busy schedule to discuss a rom com that never made it to theaters.
The Gold Dubloon was a casino where anything was possible… even eternal life. Well, maybe.
In the first of a two-part episode, Percy and Nora search for their missing asset, Bertie and Kate are wanna-be stand-up comedians, Roger and Etta have a disagreement, and Frank meets Persnickety Pete.
Welcome to Ocean View! We’ve been waiting for you!
Recordings from the past haunt the Watchtower 10 crew. Suspicions grow, ultimatums are issued, and Frank breaks the law.
(Thanks, as always, to Dead Signals for the awesome sound effects!)
Aqua Land had 99 problems, and this was one of them.
Percy and Nora sneak into Etta’s broadcasting room to tell a tale about a famously doomed paranormal debunker. Meanwhile, the Watchtower 10 staff plays a game with Roger. There can only be one winner, and it won’t be him.
A preview for our fourth episode, which will release on Friday, September 2! Just like Aqua Land, it's sure to be... a scream.
The storm Roger predicted rages on while he... stands in the middle of it. Meanwhile, Kate finds an alarming book, Bertie wonders about the state of his flowers, and Etta discovers disturbing propaganda that isn't an Aqua Land ad.
A preview of our third episode, which will air on Friday, August 19!
A story about the benefits and downfalls of whispers on the wind. The merits of disembodied warnings, Aqua Land, and movies with explosions are explored.
A tale about mysterious disappearances and an ominous word unfolds on the Transcontinental Bridge. Monsters are (probably) summoned, job descriptions are threatened to be read, and the whole ocean will be examined.