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The Burned Photo
The hit horror show, The Burned Photo is back. This suspense-filled thriller tells the story of Felicia (Charmaine Bingwa, THE GOOD FIGHT) and Kira (Kat McNamara, SHADOWHUNTERS), two women, whose lives become intertwined when they discover they are being terrorized by the same multi-generational curse that is determined to end their family lineages. In Season 2 of The Burned Photo, Felicia and Kira dig deeper into the curse, discovering its connection to the mysterious 18th century sorcerer, Doctor Joachim and realizing the curse’s origin is more horrifying than they could ever imagine....
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4.2 stars from 1,431 ratings
LOVED this!
This was an interesting build up! The twists I never saw coming. You get hooked in so deep that you feel those emotions at times, especially the scene when Felica woke up from her nap to look for Shane.
Ggivenchy via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 03/06/23
Really just okay…
The slave episodes really took me out of the story… they felt forced and we’re not integrated well. The plot as whole isn’t too original and the characters… are well developed.. the ending was.. really just okay. I can’t express just how okay of a story podcast it was. It wasn’t bad.. but it...Read full review »
yung barnacle via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/19/23
Hooked from the beginning
I’ve listened to several QCode podcasts, and this has been my favorite. The story was well-planned and kept me engaged from the first episode.
magwvu via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/08/23
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