Go on a monster hunt of lunar dimensions in this sci-fi mystery. Cryptids tells the story of a conspiracy radio show host and an avid listener who go in search of an afterlife. Instead they find a truth beyond their wildest nightmares. In this female driven, scripted, sci-fi audio drama, you'll meet monsters, aliens... and the ultimate grim reaper. more
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Trevor interviews Dr. Thomas Ott, whose cryptic overtones seem to point at a larger mystery. Eve listens from her hospital rounds, paying special attention to one patient. Seshat suggests a change in approach. more
Trevor attends a bereavement group where he encounters the monster-obsessed Mad Al. Eve shares her grieving process. Seshat is given a special assignment. more
Trevor receives an unexpected guest, prompting him to confront his fears. Seshat attends to official business. Eve offers Trevor the chance to solve a puzzle. The creature begins its ritual. more
At first I thought it was NOT a podcast because of the way it was brought into my life was cool but then O realized it wasn’t a podcast.
For me the ending spoiled the series. Without spoilers I’ll just say that the series feels like its building up to something bigger and while the payoff is much much better than say Borrasca, I still felt I was let down based on the earlier set up. I think for me the issue isn’t that the ending doesn’t fit or sufficiently explain things, rather it feels rushed, almost like the podcast was cancelled and they had to wrap up the story in 1-2 episodes. It could have benefited from spreading the “pun... more
Going for 4 stars here instead of 3 because I think this is a real labour of love for it's creator but it just falls short for me. It's brilliantly produced with great ideas and characters, but concludes the plot feels rushed and sometimes forced and it concludes with a completeness which I found quite sudden and jarring.
Super rushed , definitely wish they built more into the show and let it go longer . more
okay characters (the male ones are better and make more sense,) execution could be better. Not bad but not groundbreaking. I’m curious to see where it goes.
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Cryptids launched 4 years ago and published 14 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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