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Stories from Jonah MacInnes, Mindy Lamb, Nolande Blackhorse, and Edna Madsen - the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse
The apocalypse began on August 23, 2017 but only four people noticed.
The Horsemen Podcast is a collaborative project intended for a certain audience. The stories were written by an anonymous source and voiced by a team of storytellers in Austin, Texas. Jason Phelps directs the podcast and Angus Sewell McCann composes the music and designs the sound. Massimo Boccuni designed the Horsemen logo.
The stories unpack the events that take place on August 23rd 2017 when Jonah MacCinnes, Mindy Lamb, Nolande Blackhorse and Edna Madsen, the notorious “four horsemen of the Apocalypse”, met for the first time.
The podcast is entertaining, to be sure, but it is also a beacon. We seek the Carriers of the Pearl and anyone who may be aligned with the four Horsemen types. To know if this applies to you, please take the test below. Otherwise, enjoy the stories!
Told by David S
David S is a writer and storyteller for children. He has written several books under a different name and wishes to remain anonymous as his children's work is very different than his participation in this podcast. He lives in Texas.
THE WHITE HORSE
Told by Jason Phelps
Jason Phelps is a multi-disciplinary performer and teacher who has been involved in theatre, dance, music, commercial acting, voice-overs, and education for over 30 years.
THE RED HORSE
Told by Katherine Catmull
Katherine Catmull is the author of several all-ages fantasy novels. She is a stage and voice actor, as well as a freelance editor and writing coach.
THE BLACK HORSE
Told by Old Pete
Old Pete is the name found on a headstone in the Ector County Cemetery in Odessa, TX. There is no date and no other information other than the name on the stone.
THE PALE HORSE
Told by Siena Powers
Siena Powers is a recent gradute of St. John's College and an Intern at Sparkle Stories.
HUBERT WEALTHY DUTTON, JR.
THE RED DRAGON
Told by Ken Webster
Ken Webster is the Artistic Director of Hyde Park Theatre in Austin, Texas. He was inducted into the Austin Arts Hall of Fame in 2006.
Spoken by Jenny Eisenman
Jenny Eisenman works in a space where reading, software development, and how people learn converge. She creates, collaborates, teaches, and presents.
Gather yourselves together, that I may tell you that which shall befall you in the last days.
The apocalypse began on August 23, 2017 but only four people noticed. The podcast of their stories launched July 12, 2018.
Season 2 is on its way.