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These recordings were emailed to us without explanation. The sender has not responded to any questions. We cannot confirm the veracity of the information contained within, but believe that the creator of these recordings is acting in good faith. The woman, who calls herself NORA, is investigating a strange series of events that wander between the boundaries of perception and reality. There is some suggestion of organized crime, paranormal influence, or perhaps simple madness. We will continue to make these available as they are sent to us. They present no danger to the listener and seem to provide a source of support for the creator.


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CONTENT WARNING: THIS AUDIO FILE CONTAINS GUN VIOLENCE. The body of the email had only the text ‘no more’. The sender has not responded to any questions. The file was labeled nora07-twothings.

3 years ago

This audio file was emailed to us with no explanation. But this time there was some text included in the body of the email. One word. “help” The sender has not responded to any questions. The file was labeled nora06-digipod. This suggests there may b... more

3 years ago

This audio file was emailed to us with no explanation. The sender has not responded to any questions. The file was labeled nora05-ohio. This suggests there may be more files coming. We will update you if we learn more.

4 years ago


4.5 out of 5 stars from 95 ratings
  • I hate to report that this seems to be a dead podcast as it ends without warning more than two years ago (not at a season break). Which is such a tragedy because the 7 episode's that were released were incredible! Like, if Arden were a horror podcast. Also the theme song is unbelievable. So crushed it didn't finish!

    9 months ago
  • More please!

    Very good. Easy and engaging.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States10 months ago
  • Mystery fun!

    The mystery in this show really got me and o thought it was really fun. I felt just spooked enough but also intrigued enough. It was a really fun mystery

    Apple Podcasts
    United Statesa year ago
  • Eerie. Surreal. Spine-tingling… put aside every other “ok-ish” audio drama. The story line, voice acting, sound track, sound effects, plot… off-the-charts. Top-quality work.

    Dan McMullan
    2 years ago
  • 5 stars

    Excellent podcast. Great story, short, concise, and importantly: definitive… cough Tanis cough. I love the length and how fast it gets creepy. Excellently done with what I’m assuming is a small budget. Want more from the creators

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 years ago

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NORA launched 5 years ago and published 7 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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