From the twisted and dark audio files of 11th Hour Audio Productions, comes a little belated Halloween Horror.
But first, a little about this collaborative company:
October, 2011, producers, actors and designers from FinalRune productions and Aural Stage Studios gathered in a mill in Biddeford, Maine to record, post-produce and release a horror production for Transcontinental Terror. The result was James Comtois’ Ogle Award-winning “Intensive Care.”
Alex wakes in a run-down New England hospital with foggy memories of a car accident. He asks nurses about his missing girlfriend, Elizabeth, but can’t seem to get any answers. In fact, he can’t seem to get anything straight from anyone. And – was that a scream in the distance?
Sometime back in September 2015 they decided they wanted to produce a quick horror audio drama, just for fun. In Intensive Care fashion, they asked some of the fellow audio drama producers living in the Northeast if they wanted to be a part of some Audio Drama Day mayhem. The response was a resounding “Hell Yes!”, and 11th Hour Audio Productions was born.
Twenty-three different people, representing eleven different audio drama and podcast production groups converged to celebrate what we love about modern audio drama. . .
Standing around and looking confused; I mean. . .telling stories.
Most recently, they produced “The Time Keeper,” written by Miss Mae and adapted by Owen McCuen.
An antique shop can contain many mysteries and treasures.
If you wish to see more of the audio adventures produced by 11th Audio Hour Productions, we encourage you to visit their website.
And if these spooky tales aren’t to your liking, check out our Audio Arts page! We have new audio productions every other Friday at 7pm EST!