Listen to Hindsight: Good Boys Part Four

CW: Animal on Person Violence, Racism, Police Intimidation

An exterminator came to the house. Tomas and Alana called him. Rico knew he smelled off, but between the visions he shared with Otter, and the tattoo the man had, it’s clear: he is the man who put the charm into the trees that summoned the rats. 

To stop the dog from being a nuisance, Alana had locked Otter in the bathtroom. The man went downstairs with Tomas to inspect the basement, while Alana went back to work in her office. Seeing a threat, Rico had a choice: open one of these doors. You chose for him to free Otter. 

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GOOD BOYS, Episode 4 was written by Steven 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:

  • Spider Room by Ethan Sloan
  • Ghost Everywhere by Experia
  • More than a Coincidence by Christian Anderson
  • Chain of Events by Michael Rothery
  • Save Us by Phonix Tale
  • The Deep End by Jo Wandrini

You chose to eat more meat. Listen to Part Three of GOOD BOYS: GUERREROS

The choice between chasing the rat monster or eating more of the kill was made. You chose for Rico to do the latter. Now let’s see how the story unfolds.

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GOOD BOYS, Episode 3 was written by Steven 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:

From Dusk and Azul by Andres Cantu

Spider Room by Ethan Sloan

Brain Copy Syntax Error by Oh the City

Save us by Phoenix Tale

Final Sin by Edward Karl Hansen

More than a Coincidence by Christian Anderson

No one Sleeps Tonight by Leimoti

Ghosts Everywhere – Experia

Fellow wanderers of the path, today we’re asking you to not only vote in the current poll, but to actively share your love of the show across social media, give us a high rating on your podcast apps, and to consider becoming one of our patrons at patreon.com/witcheverpath

This summer, we’re running an entirely separate story from GOOD BOYS, complete with its own votes strictly for Patreon subscribers. For just $5 a month, you can get access the Squirrel Feed. For ten, you get behind the scenes posts from us that let you know more about the world of Witchever Path and our creative and personal lives.
We love interacting with you, so give it a shot. 

The summer is coming to an end. I’m getting older by the minute. You have choices to make. Sleep with a Clear Consequence. Choose the Path. 

Have Some – Listen To GOOD BOYS EPISODE TWO

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Rico shared the meat, but is badly hurt. How will he handle what comes next now that he understands human speech? And while he intends to share the meat, will Otter get any? Find out today.

This episode starred:

  • 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:

  • From Dusk and Azul by Andres Cantu
  • Spider Room by Ethan Sloan
  • Brain Copy Syntax Error by Oh the City
  • Save us by Phoenix Tale

Thank you, McKenna, for choosing the path and joining our Patreon.

Good Boys Part One: All I Survey

Here comes a new story, focusing on the lives of two house pets who are brought into the world of eldritch horror.

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The vote has been closed and the crowd has spoken. We’re headed to you with a new episode in two weeks.

GOOD BOYS, Episode 1 was written by Steven 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:

  • From Dusk by Andres Cantu
  • Spider Room by Ethan Sloan
  • Brain Copy Syntax Error by Oh the City
  • Save us by Phoenix Tale

On behalf of Journee and me, thank you for your support. Please continue to share the story, and get more people on the path. Additionally, there’s something else you could do for us. 
Consider becoming a Patreon Subscriber. For just five dollars a month, you get a monthly bonus episode, released nowhere else. These episodes are alternate choices, interviews with artists we love, or entirely new stories with their own votes. We have a new interactive story happening right now on that feed, so if you subscribe today, you’ll have TWO stories from us you can help drive forward.


If you can’t subscribe, leave us a nice review on whatever podcatcher you use and share us with friends. We’ll be back in three weeks with the episode that aligns with what the audience chose. 

Until next time, sleep with a clear consequence. Choose the Path. 

Fan Questions are great. What do you want to know?

Witchever Path is doing another Q&A episode while we’re in between stories, and we’d love to have your questions. We’ve been hard at work on tons of new stories, events, and shows, but you’re our first loves. So we’d love to to keep that engagement up with you while we cast the new show and get ready for Decolonize and Discover.

Ask a question and we’ll throw your name in a raffle to receive some Witchever Path stickers and patches! We’re closing the questions off on April 16.

Between our stories, what do you want to hear?

We’re between stories. Usually, that means that we do a few live talks where we discuss things. Not just the show, but life, personal politics, folklore, etc. Occasionally, we talk to other creators. What would you like to hear, though? As this show lives and dies by audience choices, we leave it to you. Let us know over the next week what you’d like to hear!

Dinner is Served: Second Course’s Gripping Finale Is Out Now

The Sins Have Been Plated, Time to DIG IN

CW: Suicide, Murder, Graphic Violence, Discussion of Assault

You had to do decide if John believed the client or not, and who took his final call to the family. The choices were close, but the decisions were decisive.

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Witchever Path’s Second Course has completed.
Thank you for steering this story through the complications, betrayals, and conclusion. 

Second Course was written by Steven and Journee LaFond and Produced by Witchever Path LLC. 

The Witchever Path Theme Song is by RYDR. 

It starred:

  • Ragnar Arneson as Greg
  • Journee LaFond as Joanna
  • Steven LaFond as John
  • Aaron Duckie Lirette as the Client
  • Nicholas Zalowski as Guy

The Finale was written by Steven and Journee LaFond and produced by Steven.

Foley was was by Witchever Path and Audio Hero. 


The following music was licensed via Epidemic Sound:

  • Superliminal Motion and Arbitrary Treatment By Prozody
  • Rise from the Shadows by Hampus Naeselius
  • Deathwish Attic by Exeperia
  • Enter the Realm of Shadows by Christoffer Moe Ditlevson
  • Grab that Hatchet by John Sumner
  • A Solitary Man’s Soul by Lars Erikkson
  • I’m Done, Au Revoir – by Humble Hey

And John’s theme – Misty Land by Headlund 

All of Second Course to catch you up for this final vote

This storyline, with five episodes so far, has been a riot to give all of you. With so many returning people who LOVED Squirrels, our first story, this return to the farm has been a grand time. The slicker production values and acting have been well received. But for those wanting a spot to point people to our current story to catch them up and get them ready to vote, we wanted to help you out.

Here’s the current story thus far:

Episode transcripts can be found on the individual post of each of these episodes.

The vote to determine the finale’s course is closed.

Bring the Mountain: Second Course Part Five is here

You decided John is going to get creative and help the client without bringing him to the farm… and the answer to a years long mystery is finally revealed.

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The show was written and produced by Witchever Path.

Your actors were:

  • Nicholas Zalowski as Guy
  • Steven LaFond as John
  • Aaaron Lirette as The Client
  • Journee LaFond as Joanna
  • Ragnar Arneson as Greg

The Witchever Path Theme Song is by RYDR

Foley by Audio Hero and Witchever Path

Additional music is licensed through EpidemicSound.com. Those tracks are:

  • MistyLand by Headlund
  • No Sleep for Old Bones by These Old Bones
  • Dew by De Sein
  • Spider Room by Ethan Sloan
  • Arbitrary Treatment and Superliminal Motion by Prozody
  • No Redemption by Christoffer Moe Ditlevson
  • The Vanished by John Barzetti 

We really would love your support on our Patreon. Get extra episodes, Behind the Scenes Content, and stories you’ll get nowhere else. Entry starts at $5 a month, and we have discounts for annual signup, too. Go to Patreon.com/WitcheverPath

Thirty Pieces – Second Course Part Four

You chose to have John betray Joanna and side with Greg. This will change the fate of everyone involved forever.

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Your cast this time was:

  • Steven as John
  • Journee LaFond as Joanna
  • Nicholas Zalowski as Guy
  • Aaron “Duckie” Lirette as The Client

Second Course, Part Four was written by Steven and Journee.

Sound Effects by Witchever Path and Audio Hero.

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


This following music appears courtesy of Epidemic Sound:

  • Misty Land by Headlund
  • Ghost Dungeons and Hidden Output by Ethan Sloan
  • Final Examination by Jay Varton
  • Hordes by Jo Wandrini