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.
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A surprising new recording from Sara adds some much-needed hope to this disheartening moment in the story. more
The Narrator is still on the run, and looking for safety, until he does he's sharing another one of Noah’s lost tapes in the hopes of buying himself some time. more
On the run and lacking resources, The Narrator looks to a friend of the podcast, Marta Wesselhoff, to run another roundtable, this time focusing on UFOs, aliens, and their impact on human history. more
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The story is compelling. The mock round-tables where everyone in the room dryly talks about inter dimensional alien spider reptiles while making fun of critical thinking skills make me want to go pick a fight with an energy healer. Episode 3 - 11 is a great example. Unlistenable more
Great idea which had me interested for the seasons 1 & 2, was really looking forward to season 3 but has been a massive disappointment. I am struggling to get through it.
This is a very enjoyable podcast flat out. The story is a science fiction and conspiracy and a psychological thriller that even breaks the podcast audio 4 wall (narrator). The relationship between the two main characters Noah and Sarah are what make this outrageous story plausible. And I enjoying their bather along with an under current of a possible more. They’re excellent played actors and actors with real chemistry and take writing of this outrageous situation to a very enjoyable place. All ... more
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Escaping Denver launched 3 years ago and published 55 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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