Season 6 of Witchever Path offers more choices for their audience

Witchever Path, the award-winning audio fiction podcast, is taking a bold step forward with the sixth season by handing over the reins to the audience between the storylines. This is a groundbreaking move that will give the audience a unique opportunity to shape this season beyond the interactivity that Witchever Path is known for.

With the world of independent podcasts becoming increasingly competitive, Witchever Path’s interactive element has been a staple of its flagship show, creating an engaging and interactive experience for its listeners. 

“This season, every story is connected,” said Etienne LaFond, co-creator and Producer of the series. “And it’s not just the engagement from our audience. While there’s often been a loose continuity in our anthology, this particular season is one large arc. It’s our audience, though, that will determine in what direction that arc bends.” 

This is a move that will not only create a more immersive experience but also build a stronger connection between the show and its fans. 

“We are excited to announce that we are evolving the interactive element with our audience,” said Journee, Etienne’s co-founder and partner. “Our fans have been with us from the beginning, and we want to allow them to shape the entire season. We are all about inclusion and interaction, and we believe that this is a unique opportunity to create a more engaging and interactive experience for our listeners.” 

Witchever Path’s sixth season’s first arc, A PIECE OF SOMEWHERE ELSE, concluded on April 6, 2024, and the audience can now VOTE on what kind of story comes next. Although the choices the audience can vote on may seem cryptic. 

“Telling Philip’s story as a close, first-person narrative was fun,” Etienne said, “While we can’t explicitly tell you WHAT is in store until it launches, your choice will launch the story into exciting directions.”

The show’s creators have always been known for their innovative and creative approach, and this is another example of their commitment to pushing the boundaries of audio fiction and podcasts. The audience can vote on what comes next until April 20, 2024, by following this link.

ABOUT WITCHEVER PATH

Witchever Path is an interactive horror and dark fantasy anthology where your decisions affect the story. Our tales feature characters finding themselves in the thick of the unknown while tackling issues like class, identity, gender, race, and spirituality. Your part of this is to help our characters make the decisions that either get them through the horror or even leave them there. 

At the end of each episode, listeners are provided with a choice, which they can vote on our website. At the end of the week, we tally up those choices and the majority’s choice determines which episode we release next and lets you see the direct outcome of your intervention. 

Welcome. Listen, vote, and then sleep with a clear consequence.

New Storyline and Archive Option Released for Witchever Path

February 22, 2024 — Witchever Path LLC, an audiodrama company, is thrilled to announce that its latest interactive podcast story, “A Piece of Somewhere Else,” has gone live with a new episode. Starting its sixth season in a remarkable way, the company is also offering a bonus episode on Patreon to treat its dedicated listeners.

“A Piece of Somewhere Else” is an immersive tale weaved into Witchever Path’s innovative interactive podcast. The listeners literally drive the storyline, making the experience personal and engaging. The fresh episode is set to captivate audiences with its compelling narrative and dramatic twists as listeners’ choices shape the story’s progression.

In addition to the new episode, Witchever Path has made its entire back catalogue available on YouTube. This move is intended to open up the engaging world of the audiodrama to a wider audience. The company has also curated playlists containing complete stories, allowing new listeners to delve into the rich tapestry of archived narratives without feeling the need to start from the very first episode. This innovative approach to presenting independent podcasts is a testament to Witchever Path’s dedication to making their content accessible and enjoyable.

Journee LaFond, Co-founder and Showrunner of Witchever Path, shared their thoughts on this milestone: “We are beyond proud of the reach of our interactive podcast. As we look forward to growing the Path, we hope that these new avenues will attract more lovers of audio fiction and interactive stories to our show.”

This announcement underscores Witchever Path’s commitment to evolving the audiodrama landscape. The company continues to push the boundaries of fiction storytelling, making it an interactive experience that engages, entertains, and immerses listeners in the narrative.

To discover the world of Witchever Path and its innovative approach to audiodrama, visit https://witcheverpath.com/starthere. The website serves as a comprehensive guide for new listeners, providing a curated starting point for anyone venturing into the world of interactive podcasts.

About Witchever Path LLC

Witchever Path LLC is a leading creator of interactive podcasts, blending the art of storytelling with the appeal of listener participation. Founded on the belief that choice matters, the company has pioneered an exciting form of audiodrama where listeners’ decisions drive the narrative. With a diverse range of stories spanning various genres, Witchever Path continues to captivate, entertain, and engage listeners around the world.

A Piece of Somewhere Else: White People Nonsense

CW: subtle bigotry, injury, foul language

A winter hike is filled with mindful reflection, and potential danger when Philip follows strange tracks and a stranger sound. This episode is available wherever you get podcasts. 

Watch a live premiere of the new season

Join us on February 6, 2024 at 7PM US Eastern to watch a livestream of the new episode of Witchever Path! “A Piece of Somewhere Else: White People Nonsense” will be popped up with our first ever storyline to have accompanying video on YouTube!

You can view it here, but we’d love for you to also chat along with people during the premiere!

Watch on YouTube at 7pm US Eastern to interact with us and some other listeners!

All Hands – The GOOD BOYS FINALE

Fully out of the bag, you’ve now decided to have Rico try to communicate with Tomas and Alana before finding Otter becomes impossible. But there is danger right outside the door. What will our resident Good Boy do? Will they find Otter? Let’s find out. 

GOOD BOYS, Episode 6 was written by Etienne and Journee and produced by Witchever Path.

It featured:

  • Journee LaFond as the Narrator
  • Jes Negrón as Alana
  • Armani Marquez-Chaves as Tomas
  • John Henry Deonte as Otter
  • Kevin Franklin Bowie as Rico
  • Foley by Witchever Path and Audio Hero.

The Witchever Path Theme song was written and performed by RYDR.

Additional music comes from EpidemicSound.com:

  •  Ghosts Everywhere and Push Harder by Experia
  • A Solitary Man Soul – Lars Erikkson
  • Blood Money by Hampus Naeselius
  • More than a Coincidence – Christian Anderson
  • Azul by Andres Cantu

Read the transcript at our site! 

GOOD BOYS Episode FIVE: The White Death

Otter was taken away. With no one left to turn to, Rico is introduced to human concept of prayer and sacrifice by the Dream Cat, and what comes of it is a surprise to everyone in the house.

This episode is written by Witchever Path’s founders.

It features:

  • Journee LaFond as the Narrator
  • Jes Negrón as Alana
  • Armani Marquez- Chaves as Tomas
  • John Henry Deonté as Otter
  • Kevin Franklin Bowie as Rico
  • All additional voices by Steven LaFond

The Witchever Path theme song was written and produced by RYDR.

Additional music licensed by epidemicsound.com

This month’s songs were:

  • Arbitrary Treatment by Prozody
  • Ghosts Everywhere by Experia
  • Suspended by Farrell Whooten
  • No Redemption by Christoffer Moe Ditlevson
  • Sad News by Emily Rubye
  • Queen of the Night by Andres Cantu
  • Blood Money

Foley by Witchever Path and AudioHero.com.