Through the black door
A four episode audio drama for a mature audience, following the investigations of small time podcaster, Steve Stephenson, into the strange world of the paranormal. His adventures, becoming increasingly surreal, leave him feeling unhinged and fearful for his life.
Episode one is out now on all major podcast services.
Also available as a motion comic
Episode One – The Book That Wasn’t There. You hear about a book that randomly appears in a Brighton book shop every five years. Anyone who reads the book is driven mad or disappears. Your first thought is “I need to find that book!” You deserve everything that happens to you.
Episode Two – The Paradox of Doctor Strange Loop. Steve Stephenson did not expect reality shifts and demons when he interviewed a mathematics genius in a supermarket store. Still, at least he got to use his loyalty card.
Episode Three – A Private Members Club. Eli Hoffman arranges for Steve to experience real magic although it looks suspiciously like S & M role play! Is Max Marshall the real deal or just a sleazy, balding, Aleister Crowley knock off? His clothes are nice…when he wears them.
Episode Four – Last Dance on Brighton Pier. Steve reluctantly agrees to meet his sister, Karen, on Brighton Pier after decades apart. It turns out not to be his best decision. It turns out Karen may be the key to all the recent strangeness.
Choose how to consume the story. An audio drama that effortlessly slots into your daily routine or a motion comic that provides a more nuanced perspective and deeper insight.
The $1 cost for the motion comic is passed directly to the creative team who all provided their talent free of charge.
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” This book, since the 18th century just appears in a Brighton bookshop…every five years. Anyone who reads the book is driven mad… or disappears “
” Steve, don’t fuck me around…I’m not known for my patience “
” You’re absolutely fucking mad, absolutely fucking mad. You have no idea. It’ll get you killed. “
” So, I ask you, my friend, do you trust your reality? Do you feel…safe? “