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The Subjective Truth

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Best Episodes of The Subjective Truth

A stay in 'The Blood Room' at The Blue Mesa Hotel.  Starring Madame Raven. (Listen to more of Madame Raven on her Horror Storytelling Youtube Channel.) Written by Jeremy Ellett. Transcripts are available at goodpointepodcasts.com. PRE-ROLL PRO
Confessions, Confrontations & Chaos. The Season 1 Finale. Featuring Performances by Addison Peacock, Sarah Golding, Steve McGrath, A.R. Olivieri, Danyelle Ellett, Lauren Ezzo, Jen Lyles, Melissa Medina, Marc Cashman, Erin Hanson, Karin Heimdah
A strange trip to Taos. A time-traveling dog. And an encounter with the Goatman. More calls from the tipline.  Music Provided by Bajio Alvarado and The Blue Dot Sessions.  Featuring Performances by Sarah Nightmare, Bajio Alvarado, Joshua Maldo
A mysterious rock and a visit to The Blue Mesa Hotel leave a woman changed forever.   Starring | Bailey Cuccaro Vocal Direction by Danyelle Ellett. Our Opening Theme by Bajio Alvarado. Music for this episode provided by The Blue Dot Sessions. P
Graham goes looking for The Goatman on her last night in Taos. Writing, Editing, and Sound Design by Jeremy Ellett. Featuring Performances by Addison Peacock, Josh Rubino, Aurore Gautheur, Bajio Alvarado, Roger J. Thacher, Lauren Ezzo, Bailey C
Graham arrives at The Blue Mesa Hotel. It's Cursed but not in the way you'd think. Starring Addison Peacock, Josh Rubino, Aurore Gautheur, Bajio Alvarado, Chris Butera, Stephanie Foults, Drew Kocour, Roger J. Thacher, Bailey Cuccaro, Inspector
A man questions his decisions after a visit to The Blue Mesa Hotel. This episode was written by Shamus Burns. Production and Sound Design by Jeremy Ellett. Music by Scott Arc, Maxime Elegant, and Kevin Macleod. Starring Roger J. Thacher. (Liste
"Hey there, Stranger. Looks like you could use some help..." A caller relates her harrowing experience with a "Gary."   Starring Julia Schifini  Writing and Sound Design by Jeremy Ellett Our opening theme is "Xenofamiliar" by Bajio Alvarado.  M
Can a mattress kill you?  Graham shares an email from a fan. CW: Body Horror Starring Addison Peacock as Graham Anderson. Writing and Sound Design by Jeremy Ellett. Music provided by Kevin Macleod and Lee Rosevere. Transcripts are available at
Beth opens a door and reveals a secret. Members of the public share their opinions on Graham’s behavior from the Live Podcast Recording in Austin.  CW: Afterlife Starring Addison Peacock, Sarah Golding, Kristen DiMercurio, Blythe Renay, Erin Li
Graham discusses calls from the Buddha Kline tip-line. And a theory about The Garys, The Cannibal Boogeymen of the American Southwest.  Featuring performances by Addison Peacock, Brice Bankard, Dylan Hodge, Nathan Foster, Emma Elizabeth, Jared
Dimensional Jumping, alcoholism and other ways to change the world around you. Featuring performances from Addison Peacock, Steve McGrath, Danyelle Ellett, Jordan Cobb, Marc Cashman.  Music provided by Bajio Alvarado, Lee Rosevere and Kevin Mac
From the woods to The Blue Mesa Hotel to an empty apartment in Austin. Amy Kline’s short strange trip back to life.  Featuring performances from Addison Peacock, Sarah Golding, Danyelle Ellett, Roger J. Thacher, A.R. Olivieri, Arlene Haskins, A
Ghosts, Regrets, and Video Games. The Subjective Truth tipline receives a call from Buddha Kline’s childhood best friend, Gabe.  Featuring performances from Gabriel Hicks as Gabe | @GabeJamesGame | Music by Bajio Alvarado. Additional music by A
Who you believe depends upon WHAT you're willing to believe. The search for Buddha Kline begins.   Featuring performances from Addison Peacock, A.R. Olivieri, Danyelle Ellett, Roger J. Thacher, Chris Butera, Dallas Wheatley, Cedric Reeve, Marc
A mysterious hum you probably can’t hear and a treasure you’ll almost definitely never find.  Featuring performances from Addison Peacock, A.R. Olivieri, Danyelle Ellett, John Eddy, Jazz Walker, Samuel Parish, Karin Heimdahl, Mitchel D, Chris B
Our host, Graham Anderson, begins her investigation into the Buddha Kline disappearance by observing the life-sized holes he left behind. Background on Fenn Treasure. Featuring performances from Addison Peacock, A.R. Olivieri, Danyelle Ellett,
Today on the Good Pointe feeds we’re delighted to share the pilot episode of The Land Whale Murders. The Land Whale Murders, is a fast and funny alternate history podcast about murders, birders, and a missing whale. We're excited to dive into s
Today we’d like to share the pilot episode of an indie audio fiction series we’re just a tad bit obsessed with. We’re of course, talking about the historical satire The Vanishing Act. All at once, The Vanishing Act manages to be a farce, a heis
This week we’d like to share with you the pilot episode of Windfall.  This isn’t just another audio fiction show I love… Windfall is my FAVORITE show. No hyperbole. Windfall tells the story of two low-level criminal enforcers navigating life on
We're back again with another new fiction series we think you'll love.  Father Ben left New York in cover of night for the quiet pastures of St. Patricks, but he soon finds himself butting heads with the eccentric parishioners who come to him s
We'd like to share a preview for a new Audio Fiction series made by some of our friends. It's called, Someone Dies in This Elevator. A spoiler driven anthology series, where there is always an elevator and someone always dies in it— but everyth
Some great folks just released a new series we think you might enjoy... INTRODUCING: THE WANDERER “..for The Wanderer, a bargain with the forest and a vow to wander might just be the only way to find his love, Andrew, and get him home safe. Aid
The IndieGoGo Campaign for “Two Flat Earthers Kidnap a Freemason” is LIVE! Our new Audio Fiction Comedy Series, Two Flat Earthers Kidnap a Freemason, will be crowdfunding from now until the end of October. You can help us make this series by do
We launched a new Comedy Fiction series called The One Stars. It features fictional 'One Star Reviews from all across the Multiverse.' It's written, sound designed, and even acted by most of the same folks who brought you The Subjective Truth.
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