EPISODE 10: PARALLEL WORLDS, PART TWO
All stories should have endings, and we so rarely get to experience them on our own terms. Jack St. James understands that better than most. Right now, she's just hoping that someday, something is going to make sense.
Plus - Tom tells a tale, Isabella buys a present, Jenny gets a surprise, and Jack gets a phone call.
EPISODE 9: If she was being poetic, Jack St. James might describe her whole life as one long run of bad luck. And today it might finally be running out. Plus - a crowbar, a monster, a question, and an answer.
EPISODE 8: Something is waiting out there, on the edge of town. And there are too many people who may know more about it than they let on. Plus, Jack St. James gets a speeding ticket, attempts an apology, listens to a mixtape, and comes to a realization.
EPISODE 7: Superstition Police Department, Case #003189 Reporting Officer Captain Mark O'Connell Witnesses: Jacqueline St. James Isabella Nalje Ltn. Tomas Madrazo. REPORT OF DEATH FOR THE CORONER - JOHN DOE.
EPISODE 5: Superstiton, Arizona is a town where everyone – the people you know and those who don’t, the people you mistrust and even those you like – has a secret. Not all of them are harmless. If you live here long enough you learn how to look the other way. Jack St. James hasn’t learned that lesson yet. Plus, Jack sings a theme song, takes a hike, receives a warning, and confronts an authority figure.
Holding down a job as one of five members of the Superstition Police Department isn't all it's cracked up to be. Just ask Lieutenant Tom Madrazo, who struggles with unconventional stakeouts, unusual tips to the office hotline, and what to have for lunch.
This mini episode features Alex Gallegos as Tom, and it was written by Alex Gallegos.
EPISODE 4: The journal of Samuel St. James, Kansas City, 1870… Sam St. James (born New York state, 1840) was Civil War officer, natural scientist and cartographer, known for documenting several government-sponsored exploratory trips through Wyoming, the Green River, and the Rocky Mountains. He left little behind beyond a mysterious journal documenting an exploratory trip out West before the turn of the century. Here's part of that journal.
EPISODE 2: The history of a town in 2 and a half minutes, which contains more spontaneous combustion than any town’s past should. Plus, a dream, a very special connection, two men determined to fight back against the declining state of print newspapers, and some drinking advice.
EPISODE 1: Kate Millay has a terrible, horrible, no good and very bad day. Plus, Jack drinks a beer, meets the locals, breaks and enters, and sees a familiar face - the kind of chance encounter that only brings bad luck.