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Alice Isn't Dead

By Night Vale Presents

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Description

A new fiction serial from the creator of Welcome to Night Vale, Alice Isn’t Dead follows a truck driver in her search across America for the wife she had long assumed was dead. In the course of her search, she will encounter not-quite-human serial murderers, towns literally lost in time, and a conspiracy that goes way beyond one missing woman. New episodes every other Tuesday through July 12. Performed by Jasika Nicole. Written by Joseph Fink. Produced by Disparition. Part of the Night Vale Presents network.

Customer Reviews

Dang you reviewers are harsh...

So many people seem to be giving this one star and the only reason they can give is they don't like the voice actor??? The writing is eloquent and unique, and it's interesting to see the darker side of horror that is seen occasionally in Night Vale be more delved into and explored. I think my only real criticism is the second episode has 12ish minutes of ambient music at the end?? I have no problem with the music but it was kind of confusing that there was so much at the end with seemingly no reason. I kept feeling like something else was gonna happen, but nope. Just music.

Horror on America’s Highways

America can be a weird, lonesome place. This is something the creators of ‘Welcome to Night Vale,’ no strangers to weirdness themselves, learned firsthand while touring with a live version of the hit podcast. Co-writer Joseph Fink was inspired to write a new show based in part on his experience of traveling across the country. But like the original, ‘Alice Isn’t Dead,’ takes place in a world much stranger and scarier than our own.
While ‘Night Vale’ uses its off-kilter atmosphere for humor, Alice is a straight-up horror story, with a fair bit of mystery thrown in. The podcast follows a truck driver, played by Jasika Nicole, as she travels the country in search of her missing wife. Along the way, she tells her story into her CB radio as though it were a letter or a diary. At first she just wants answers, but she quickly becomes embroiled in an inexplicable conspiracy, and attracts the attention of The Thistle Man, a supernatural impossible serial killer. From there, things only get worse.
Produced by Disparition, each episode is a rich soundscape. I expected the CB chirps and engine hum that provide the basic sound floor to take me out of the story, but they are expertly mixed, and rather than distract, they provide a sense of realism and tension to the performance. Set on the lonely highways and the weird nowhere towns of the American imagination, “Alice Isn’t Dead” is a creepy mystery that proves that the Night Vale creative team have real chops behind their satire.

Very Well Done

The narrator's voice is wonderful. The writing is very good and the music is eerie. Her experiences and how she responds to them, her words as she talks about her wife are great. I'm just imagining everything in my head as she's talking.

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