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NORA

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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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The Black Tapes cast a long shadow over indie audio dramas which has led to tedious follow-the-leader overuse of found footage tropes. And then NORA comes along and it's genre savvy and smarter about these tropes in a way that breathes new life
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.
I really liked the premise of this podcast! The acting, music, art and overall idea of it are great. I don't think I fully understood the last two episodes but maybe I just have to listen again.
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