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Ghost Tape
We follow Tessa Dixon at a remote army base in Texas as she deals with the psychological and physical trauma of basic training. When she finds a tape of her grandfather’s labeled ‘Ghost Tape’ and plays the haunting audio, she unknowingly unleashes a deadly manifestation of her own family’s horrible misdeeds. Co created by Nia DaCosta and Aron Eli Coleite. Starring and executive produced by Kiersey Clemons. Written by Alexandra E Hartman and directed by Malakai.
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4.0 stars from 737 ratings
Interesting story but …..
I don’t hear very many stories around the Asian culture so 5 stars for Tessa’s grandma’s story of how she was recruited. However overall the voice actors are stiff except for Tessa… and the military ranks are wrong. Every time I hear the ranks I cringe. It wasn’t enough for me to stop listening...Read full review »
Dimsumgirl27 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/09/22
Way Too Many Ads!!
Commercials before, during & after each episode had as much air time as the story. Might have been interesting but I couldn’t get past all the advertising.
llorelei7 via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 08/08/22
Cool
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Ninjachongo via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/16/22
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