In 2018, famed horror writer Anna Sheridan disappeared, leaving behind only a box of mysterious cassette tapes. Detective Sam Bailey is tasked with piecing together what happened to Anna Sheridan from the seemingly impossible encounters she recorded, but as the scattered pieces of the puzzle come together, Bailey discovers that the picture is even stranger – and more dangerous – than it seemed.
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CONTENT WARNING: Depictions of childhood terror, loss and grief, existential dread, character deception and betrayal, violence, blood and gore, and screams more
CONTENT WARNING: Depictions of police corruption and gun violence, character betrayal, paranoia, and loud noises. more
CONTENT WARNING: Existential dread, implied body horror, squelching sound effects, terror, loud noises, and depictions of anxiety and a panic attack. more
I can’t get through more then one season. Usually these type of podcasts are too short and you want more, but I have to be honest this gets dragged out and the voice acting can be painful. Pros: great season one. Love the sound effects and storyline. Cons: I agree with other reviewers that Sam’s sighing, stammering for words, and always annoyed like attitude is quite odd. And Anna’s acting can be compared to a mom reading a bedtime story. I can’t go past three stars if I give an overall review. ... more
I can’t believe that I have caught up with this and now have to wait for episodes. I listen while at work and have binged all of season 1-3 and the bonus episodes.
A friend recommended this to me about a month ago and I’m so deeply grateful they did. Not only has it helped me get through my work day, but it’s inspired me to continue working on my own personal writing and acting projects. more
Great story, compelling characters. I’ve binge-listened the whole series (so far) at least three times and I keep finding new details and connections. I LOVE it.
I gave this several episodes a few months ago. I gave up on it. Tried coming back to it today and give it another try. It’s a no from me. The acting is not great. Either flat or over the top. Sighs, stutters, etc. I’m also sick of having the alphabet mafia agenda thrown in my face. Almost every single character must be gay or bi or anything other straight. It’s infuriating!
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The Sheridan Tapes launched 4 years ago and published 130 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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