Ostium Mini Episode: “Save the Clock Tower”

Having recently arrived at this strange town called Ostium, Monica decides to go on a bit of an adventure and find out what exactly is going on with this whole clock tower thing. Does the clock wind up? Can she get it working again? Does it have a chime? And how exactly does one get to the the top of that clock tower?

Written by Alex C. Telander
Performed by Georgia Mackenzie

Background music by BG Subset, courtesy of the Free Music Archive.

If you want more Ostium, why not become a patron on our Patreon page, where for just $2 a month you’ll get access to an exclusive brand new mini episode every two weeks (and this includes all through the offseason); and during the regular season of the show you’ll get access to new episodes a full week before everyone else. Alternatively, you could also make a one-time donation and help support Ostium on our website, ostiumpodcast.com.

And if you wouldn’t mind leaving Ostium a review on whatever app or program you use to listen to podcasts and that way people can see what you’re saying to convince them to listen to Ostium.

Thanks for listening and see you in two weeks.

Ostium Mini Episode: EMU #4 – The Beginning of the End

In the fourth installment of Enigmatic Mysteries of the Unknown, Dave is physically and emotionally reeling from the nuclear plant disaster. (For more info, check out Ostium Episode 4.) He also talks about Jake’s latest adventure passing through a door in Ostium.

Written and performed by Alex C. Telander.

Warning, this episode contains explicit language.

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If you want more Ostium, why not become a patron on our Patreon page www.patreon.com/ostiumpodcast, where for just $2 a month you’ll get access to an exclusive brand new mini episode every two weeks (and this includes all through the offseason); and during the regular season of the show you’ll get access to new episodes a full week before everyone else. Alternatively, you could also make a one-time donation and help support Ostium on our website, www.ostiumpodcast.com.

And if you wouldn’t mind leaving Ostium a review on whatever app or program you use to listen to podcasts and that way people can see what you’re saying to convince them to listen to Ostium.

Thanks for listening and see you in two weeks.

Ostium Mini Episode: EMU #2 – Lost

Dave has some more secrets and personal details to share in this second EMU episode: Lost.

Written and performed by Alex C. Telander.

If you want more Ostium, why not become a patron on our Patreon page, where for just $2 a month you’ll get access to an exclusive brand new mini episode every two weeks (and this includes all through the offseason); and during the regular season of the show you’ll get access to new episodes a full week before everyone else. Alternatively, you could also make a one-time donation and help support Ostium on this site.

And if you wouldn’t mind leaving Ostium a review on whatever app or program you use to listen to podcasts and that way people can see what you’re saying to convince them to listen to Ostium.

Thanks for listening and see you in two weeks.

Ostium Mini Episode – EMU #1: In the Beginning

Welcome to the Ostium offseason. In the first mini episode you get to meet one David Fothergill Attenborough Windsor, host of the new show Enigmatic Mysteries of the Unknown, talking about his discovery of something very strange.

Written and performed by Alex C. Telander.

If you want more Ostium, why not become a patron on our Patreon page, where for just $2 a month you’ll get access to an exclusive brand new mini episode every two weeks (and this includes all through the offseason); and during the regular season of the show you’ll get access to new episodes a full week before everyone else. Alternatively, you could also make a one-time donation and help support Ostium on our website.

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If you’re looking for some other podcasts to listen be sure to check out our recs page.

See you in two weeks with another mini episode!