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Rockfish Gap
In the midst of a global pandemic, four students disappear in Shenandoah National Park in search of the mysterious White House of the Woods. Investigative journalist Jessica Matthews battles a conspiracy to uncover the truth. Rockfish Gap is an independently produced fiction podcast, created by students. New episodes every Wednesday, www.rockfishgapshow.com
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Ratings & Reviews
3.3 stars from 455 ratings
It’s OK
Look it’s not polished/not Uber professional, but it’s free, there is a story and some of the acting is alright. It’s entertaining! I’m giving it three stars because these guys should keep going and keep improving. If they do, they’ll start doing really awesome stuff, I reckon.
Shleepy374 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/06/20
Poor dialogue and writing
I’ve listened to two episode. The dialogue is poor and the acting is worse. The narrator was supposed to be a journalist but she openly mocked her interviewees and came off as an elitist. The writer preached most of the time instead of telling a story.
red foz via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/06/20
Geezus
I’m on the third episode... while the storyline seems to have potential, the voice acting is so atrocious it’s distracting enough to make me miss the plot. Seems as if the actors are reading the script for the first time ever.
NikWinters via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/06/20
Recent Episodes
Jessica and Bill meet a government agent with connections to the Rockfish disappearance. In an attempt to escape their pursuers, the students flee into the woods. --- Written and Produced by Colter Adams, Charlie Adams, and Andrew Chi Nguyen - Starring (in order of appearance): Colin Page, CC...
Published 08/05/20
A bonus exclusive, courtesy of Full Freedom News: 'Where the News is Free and the Freedom is Full,' hosted by Bill Haddock.
Published 07/29/20
Desperate for the truth and fearing for her safety, Jessica drives to Waynesboro, the gateway to Rockfish Gap and the home of Bill Haddock and the Heritage Society. 
Published 07/22/20
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