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Oh The Horror – Soul Sister Part 1

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Oh The Horror – Soul Sister Part 1

Alys Coburn is a normal 18-year-old student. Mostly. She was born with an ability to see innocent people’s souls. Luckily, this means she can avoid and turn in those who get into trouble. Especially during the last semester of the 2050 school year. But there’s one big problem.

Alys can’t see her own soul.

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Produced by: Katie Piedra

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  • There is a lot of production elements so it sounds very good. I also like the horror side of this story because horror movies are appealing to me. The setting is also very cool the futuristic element is cool. They also both have good energy for just a podcast and the tone they use is very good. Overall I really liked it, it was great.

  • THE STORY WAS VERY UNDERSTANDING. THE ECHO COMING FROM THE HEADPHONE AND INDICATED SHE WAS TALKING TO HER WAS A VERY NICE IDEA. THE SOUND EFFECT USAGE WAS SPOT ON I REALLY LOVE THE SOUND EFFECT YOU USE AND THE MUSIC BED.

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