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It all started when Riley was institutionalized after suffering a psychotic episode, after being treated she was moved to Amber Ridge. There she meets Ryan and Eli, also patients at Amber Ridge. Together, the three of them stumble upon the dark secrets of the institution where they reside.

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I loved the producer’s other show, Lake Clarity, despite all their bad sound mixing at times (gunshots being extremely loud compared to the rest of the podcast being quiet for example) so I decided to give this one a try. First episode put me a bit on edge with how it dealt with Tourette’s (Ryan being someone who has a cursing tick, the most common in media, despite them admitting not many people having that tick) and the bipolar character being an artist. I decided to give it one more episode before I decided to keep going or not.

I had to stop a two and a half minutes in, because a character said that indigenous people who have schizophrenia don’t hallucinate scary things like people in western society do because they haven’t been exposed to the same negative images all the time “like we are here.” And they move on like the character didn’t spout off some racist bull. Indigenous communities aren’t totally shut off from the rest of the world; and this doesn’t even make sense with what their explanation for why some hallucinations are the way they are. Can’t recommend this to anyone to be honest, would give it less stars if I could


I love this podcast, but the sound really varies and it’s difficult to listen on to with anything other than headphones

Miss you all

Wish you guys would comeback with a spin-off

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