Sara and Noah wake up in complete darkness, trapped miles below the Denver International Airport (DIA) with no hope for escape. Join their perilous journey as they struggle for freedom from a mind-bending labyrinth filled with unimaginable horrors. Their only hope could come from the complete stranger they can send voice messages to. Escaping Denver dives straight into the deep end of conspiracy theories surrounding the Denver International Airport. New messages arrive every other Monday.
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It’s a thriller mystery.It’s a fun ride barley any Ads which is a plus.The characters aren’t as flesh out as I want but their are little bread grumps.10/10 Can’t wait to see what’s next
Entertaining, fast dystopia(ish) story. I don't want to spoil anything so I'll say cool kind of Lost, kind of The Prisoner.
I wasn’t sure if I’d like this since conspiracy theories aren’t super my thing, but the story is just the right amount of weird and mysterious, pacing is great, and I love the little bit of audience participation with the emails. Reminds me a lot of Portal honestly! My personal conspiracy theory? I think our narrator might be some kind of sleeper agent….
one of the best podcasts I’ve ever listened to! so excited for season 2
I found this podcast through Talk is Jericho. I haven’t been able to stop listening. This is the first non-fiction podcast I’ve listened to and cannot wait for a season 2!
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Escaping Denver launched 9 months ago and published 19 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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