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11 minutes | Jan 1, 2021
13 - Epilogue
33 minutes | Dec 31, 2020
12 - The Library
23 minutes | Dec 24, 2020
11 - Last Piece of the Puzzle
In about 3 hours, we are going to go to the demolished library where Alice was taken. And we're going to end this. I am posting this in case you don't ever hear from us again. If we don't make it, do me a favour. Make sure this isn't the end of the story.
24 minutes | Dec 17, 2020
10 - Full Circle
Tell returns to Alice's dorm room to try to track down the elusive essay: the final fragment we need before we can, supposedly, open this door through which Alice was taken.
22 minutes | Dec 10, 2020
Update - A Play Reading
We know - or heavily suspect - that this short play called 'A Concealed Poet' is supposed to somehow point to or contain the third 'fragment' we're looking for. The Letter grid gave us the name of an essay, the USB key got us to a Scottish folk tale. Now we have this thing, and we're stumped as to where it goes or what it does. I got the idea that, since plays are meant to be performed, maybe there's some magic that happens when you do that. So... we did that. Keep very much in mind that Tell and I are not, repeat, NOT, actors.
34 minutes | Dec 3, 2020
09 - Going Dutch
We're back to work in our new reality, with surprising updates and sinister possibilities.
4 minutes | Nov 25, 2020
Update - From a Cheap Motel
36 minutes | Nov 19, 2020
08 - It Was Going So Well...
Posting from a crappy motel room. Not sure when I'll be able to post again.
5 minutes | Nov 11, 2020
Update - USB Key Cracked
With a lot of assists from the Instagram community, we've cracked into Alice's USB key!
31 minutes | Nov 5, 2020
07 - A Seance Goes Wrong
Sorry if I've seemed out of it for the past few days. This episode should handily explain why, but we're back now.
4 minutes | Oct 29, 2020
Boring Bonus - They Use Stories As Keys
I've finished transcribing the rest of the coded messages Alice left in her Bullet Journal, with the help of some listeners who are much smarter than me. Now we need to figure out what they all mean when you put them together.
17 minutes | Oct 22, 2020
06 - Into the Murder Basement
A call with Sharanpal has pointed us to a locker which may be vital to understanding Alice's disappearance. Unfortunately, it happens to be in a school building which is still on Covid lockdown. Fortunately, one of us happens to be an adept locksmith. Unfortunately she wants me to come too.Thanks for your patience with this one, I know it took a while. We've both been coming down from our experience in the basement and have just now felt up to getting things moving again.
22 minutes | Oct 15, 2020
05 - Unified Theory
Tell has a theory that wraps up everything we've learned with a bow, but doesn't necessarily bode well for our brains. We get on the phone with someone who helps us understand the square kufic Alice was drawing in her journal, and we get to hear Alice's first few encoded messages to herself. I'm uploading this as a sort of half-finished episode because we're about to go try something risky. I'm hoping I'll be back in a few days with the rest. Wish us luck.
5 minutes | Oct 5, 2020
Boring Bonus - National F-ing Treasure
I always knew that some day National Treasure would save my life.
28 minutes | Sep 30, 2020
04 - Spinning Wheels and Square Kufic
Our investigation and the haul we got from Alice's room have provided no easy answers, and things are complicated by the issues we're both having with our memories and the fact that we're having recurrent nightmares. But we do have some theories, and some avenues to try. So Tell and I divide and conquer and try to test as many of them as we can.instagram @boringcrimespodcasttwitter @boringcrimesMusic credits:Drake StaffodKai EngelJahzzar
4 minutes | Sep 22, 2020
Boring Bonus - A Voicemail
A voicemail from Tell and all of a sudden I guess I'm back on the case...
29 minutes | Sep 16, 2020
03 - Too Boring and not Boring Enough
I'm presenting this episode chronologically as it happened because I'm not sure how else to do it. I might be taking a bit of a break, we'll see. Things are just too weird and too unnerving right now to say.
5 minutes | Sep 9, 2020
Boring Bonus - FAQs from Episode 2
I delve into some of the more outlandish theories I've heard about the recording of episode 2, and get to flex my sleuth muscles a little bit to explain how I figured out what room number was Alice's and how her shared dorm was laid out.Music by Drake Stafford
20 minutes | Sep 2, 2020
02 - The Moral Imperative of Breaking and Entering
The race is on to figure out how to access Alice's dorm room before the contents are dumped. As you'll hear, my initial efforts met with some very strange, and very frustrating results. But after hitting a roadblock, it's time to time call in some professional help.Follow me on social media for updates, photos and documentstwitter.com/boringcrimesinstagram.com/boringcrimespodcastMusic CreditsDrake StaffordKai Engel
3 minutes | Aug 28, 2020
Boring Bonus - FAQs from Episode 1
To my surprise and delight, I've been getting some feedback about the podcast in my email! I've decided that as long as I keep getting messages, I'll use the week in between episodes to answer some of them. Thanks to everyone who has written in. Remember, you can reach me at email@example.com with questions and follow @boringcrimespodcast on instagram to see the articles and photos I talk about in the episodes!Music credits:Drake Stafford
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