The Storage Papers is a fiction horror podcast.
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It was fun at first.
Jeremy stumbled into an auction for abandoned storage units. What could he possibly have to lose but five measly bucks?
While there was certainly no jewelry or secret stash of gold, what he found instead has become his life: the largest collection of papers documenting accounts of unexplainable, paranormal, and altogether horrific events. So, he did what anyone would do. He made a podcast.
It’s been years now, and it’s no longer just words on paper to him. He’s met people from the papers and is now working with several of them to find out how deep it all goes. It’s not just a hobby anymore. It’s flesh and blood now. His blood.
Now it’s all too real.
- Dig the ShowAugust 12, 2023 by REDACTED from REDACTED
All in all it’s a quality listen. In Season 4 Episode 14 there is reference to local SD Mom and Pop pizza place with best pizza in ca. I’d be shocked if it isn’t referring to Bronx Pizza at 111 Washington St, San Diego, CA 92103 I am an ex patriot NY PIZZA snob. This pizza IS NY pizza!!
- Season 4 is a struggleMarch 26, 2023 by REDACTED from REDACTED
I’ve enjoyed this podcast through the first 3 seasons. Season 4 have gone off the rails a bit. Jeremy has become annoying and the foul language seems a bit forced. I’ll try to finish season 4 but if it continues to deteriorate this will be the end for me. The fact that he’s still having trouble asking for permission recording people is a bit irritating too.
- GreatMarch 12, 2023 by REDACTED from REDACTED
Really love this podcast. Fun to listen to and creative stories.
- Very goodJanuary 19, 2023 by REDACTED from REDACTED
Very good and gets better. I hope to hear a lot more from this blossoming talent!
- Great StorytellingOctober 31, 2022 by REDACTED from REDACTED
Love the whole podcast. The case files are entertaining and scary. Love the voice acting along with the music and backgrounds. Great job!
- Simply amazing podcastOctober 4, 2022 by REDACTED from REDACTED
It’s October 2022 just discovered this podcast been catching up since the beginning and I will say this is totally awesome. Just well crafted and well done.
- has its flaws but is still interestingSeptember 27, 2022 by REDACTED from REDACTED
I’m just echoing a lot of what’s already been said. It’s enough to keep my attention but it’s no TMA. Also GIANT groan at the way the narrator inserted himself into the story — it was poorly-contrived, not graceful or even believable, and poorly-written but it is what we have been sitting with for several seasons now so it is what it is. Though, seriously, the church scene when all the super friends get together to fight the big evil was stupidly convoluted. Also, not a big fan of Ron’s backstory but I appreciated how out of left field it was because I saw that other S4 plot twist coming from 15 episodes away. Other things: the squelching and slurping noises are very unnecessary but for the most part have calmed down and the other audio is ok to me. Some of the stand alone episodes are poorly written. The one about the hotel maid or whoever she was with the zombies and the building burning down and she is telling the story from the perspective of a police confession… yeah that one. That was probably the worst standalone and the closest I ever came to unsubscribing (you really have to be more discerning a out your guest writers). But the main story is intriguing enough to keep my attention and I am caught up so it is worth it to me to check in for new episodes every few weeks. That said, I struggled with Jeremy’s intonation for awhile and somehow it has just grown on me. I think I just know what to expect now so I’m less annoyed but it would have been nice not to have to have dealt with that for 3.5 seasons… anyway, 4 star because it honestly is still better than plenty out there…
- MehSeptember 4, 2022 by REDACTED from REDACTED
It’s no replacement for The Magnus Archives, but it’s okay. There is a lot of unnecessary music that is very distracting and takes away from the story. The stories are definitely repeats of ones that you’ll have seen on Supernatural or The X-File or heard on The Magnus Archives, but they’re still presented in a mildly intriguing way. Overall, it’s not great, but it’s better than the radio.
- Give it a chanceAugust 31, 2022 by REDACTED from REDACTED
Came here from The Magnus Archives. Don’t get me wrong. This isn’t a perfect podcast, it’s a little copycat to TMA sometimes, the production is okay, the narrators voice is a little monotone and the sounds used can be a little over the top (I don’t recommend eating while listening to this.) But the individual stories have an M. Night Shyamalan vibe (if he ever decides to make found footage) to them. It comes across as what it’s meant to be. It doesn’t make for a good binge but it’s a good, slightly gross, casual listen for fans of TMA or the found footage (or found audio) medium. Just give it a chance.
- YeetAugust 29, 2022 by REDACTED from REDACTED
Gives the Magnus archive vibes 🙂
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The Storage Papers 2021 Writing Contest
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The Storage Papers Joins the RQ Podcast Network
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