Ostium Artwork for Episode 1: Population Zero

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Cover for the Episode 1 transcript.

 

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Original untouched cover

 

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I could see the road ended at a big rusty iron gate that had to be at least ten feet high.

 

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I opened my eyes to a house across the street. The house didn’t mean anything, but I now had an extrasensory feeling that this was the direction I needed to go.

 

All artwork by Sara Warren. The transcript for Episode 1, featuring the full-color cover and inside illustrations is available on Ostium’s Patreon page. An ebook of Episode 1: Population Zero will be available for purchase later this year.

PATREON EXCLUSIVE: Ostium Episode 4 – First Contact

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Ostium Episode 4 – First Contact is now available in a special early release one week before the regular release for Patreon patrons. Go to Team Ostium’s Patreon page to subscribe and get access to lots of goodies.

At the lowest level, for just $2 a month, you’ll get access to Ostium episodes a week before regular release, as well as a new mini episode. So if you subscribe now, you’ll get to listen to Episode 4, as well as three mini episodes.

Head on over to our Patreon page.

Patreon Patron Exclusive Coming This Sunday!

We here at Team Ostium have made the decision to give our patrons another special perk. So starting this Sunday, February 5th, patrons who have passed through the Third Door ($5 level) in addition to getting mini episodes, all the music, and transcripts, they will also get exclusive access to the next episode of Ostium a full week before it’s released to everyone else.

So this Sunday, if you enter the third door, you’ll be able to listen to Episode 4: First Contact. And all future episodes of Ostium will be made available a week before regular release.

Head on over to our Patreon page and become a patron and help support Ostium.

Ostium Episode 3 – 38°20’N, 17°15’W

Jake travels back to Ostium, this time with some specific goals in mind: to find out what is exactly behind those doors in the clock tower, and to discover what might be behind Door #3.

Written by Alex C. Telander
Performed by Chris Fletcher, who also composed the interstitial music pieces.
Background music by 2Kutup courtesy of the Free Music Archive.

Warning, this episode contains explicit language.

Please help and support Team Ostium by rating and reviewing on iTunes, as well as checking out our Patreon page at www.patreon.com/ostiumpodcast. Perks include mini episodes on the Enigmatic Mysteries of the Unknown, all the music to Season 1, transcripts featuring full-color covers and illustrations, and much more.

And don’t forget to subscribe and tell your friends.

And finally from Team Ostium to you: Thanks for listening.

 

Ostium Fanart

Ostium’s first piece of fanart and it does a great job setting the mood of the podcast.

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Ostium Episode 2 – CROATOAN

In Episode 2, Jake Fisher finally gets inside the secret town of Ostium and sees the many doors up close, and then ventures to find out what is behind those doors.

Written by Alex C. Telander.
Performed by Chris Fletcher.
Interstitial music pieces by Chris Fletcher.
Background music by 2Kutup courtesy of the Free Music Archive.
Sound effects courtesy of Freesound.org and Soundbible.

To help support Ostium, please visit our Patreon page where you’ll find lots of perks like mini episodes, transcripts with original artwork, music, and more.

An Interview with Ostium

While you’re oh so patiently waiting for Episode 2 of Ostium to release this Sunday, January 15, why not check out this recent interview with WhiteNoize.

Ostium Episode 1 – Population Zero

In the debut episode of the Ostium podcast, listeners get to meet Jake Fisher for the first time and learn about a special place called Ostium.

Listen below on SoundCloud or subscribe on iTunes.

Episode 1 – Population Zero was written and produced by Alex C. Telander. Music and the voice of Jake Fisher is by Chris Fletcher.