The Drowning Isle, Chapter Thirteen - Flotsam

As our second season draws to a close, Dennis arrives on Sartine, Claire settles into her new role, and Zoe receives a message.

Featuring Kelsey Ranshaw as Zoe, David Johnston as Dennis and the Messenger, Jalyn Euteneier as Kate, Dayleigh Nelson as Henry, Starlise Waschuk as Claire, Alina Blackett as Marie,  Denise Ding as Anna Chao, Andy Garland as a Library Patron and Javier Sotres as Francisco.

Featuring music by Dustin Clark and Jesse Charles Cowell.

Featuring Johnnie Ninety-Nine’s original song “The Highway Ghost.”

The Drowning Isle would not have been possible without the generous contributions of our Patrons on Patreon. 

Duggan Hill will return in 2020 for our third season. Stay subscribed for more updates as they become available.

Until then, thanks for listening.
And carry on bravely.

The Drowning Isle, Chapter Eleven - Sartine

Zoe and company land on Sartine Island.

Featuring Starlise Waschuk as Claire, David Johnston as Dennis, Kelsey Ranshaw as Zoe, Alina Blackett as Marie, Denise Ding as Erica, Jameson Trenholm as Ed, Philip Granger as Colter, Dayleigh Nelson as Henry and Andy Garland and Cayley Western as Police Officers.

Featuring music by Dustin Clark, Jesse Charles Cowell and Cold Steel. 

The Drowning Isle, Chapter Eight - Nanaimo

On Vancouver Island, Zoe tracks down someone who tried to find the Drowning Isle. In isolation, Claire confronts Arthur.

Featuring the voices of Kelsey Ranshaw as Zoe, Alina Blackett as Marie, Jameson Trenholm as Eddie, Denise Ding as Erica, Jarret Viczko as Arthur, Starlise Waschuk as Claire and Rachel Kent as Beverley Tessler.

Featuring music by Dustin Clark and Jesse Charles Cowell.

The Drowning Isle, Chapter Six - Confluence

A collection of recordings from Northshore’s Pacific facility from 2AM-4AM, October 9th.

Featuring the voices of David Johnston as Dennis, Dayleigh Nelson as Henry, Starlise Waschuk as Claire, Kelsey Ranshaw as Zoe, Alina Blackett as Marie, Jameson Trenholm as Eddie, Denise Ding as Erica, Jarret Viczko as Arthur, and Rachel Kent as Miranda. Additional voices by Darren Hopwood, Rachel Kent and Richard Meen.

Featuring music by Dustin Clark.