The Magnus Archives – Episode 11 – Dreamer

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The Magnus Archives – Horror Fiction Podcast – Episode 11 – Dreamer


Case #0151403

Statement of Antonio Blake, regarding his recent dreams about Gertrude Robinson, previous Head Archivist of the Magnus Institute.

Antonio Blake has been having prophetic dreams for the past 8 years. He moved to London (according to Antonio, approximately a decade before he made this statement, which would likely be either 2005 or 2006) to attend graduate school and started working for Barclays after earning his degree. However, after little more than a year with the company, work-related stress, culminated in a nervous breakdown as well as a break-up with his boyfriend of 6 years, Graham, which forced Antonio to leave the home he and Graham had shared to stay with what few friends he had left. Sleeping on his friend Anahita’s sofa, Antonio experienced the first of his premonitory dreams.

In the dream, he stood over Canary Wharf overlooking the Barclays Building. Light pulsated below him and he felt a glow pass across his skin like oil. Leaping off the building he felt dream pain but wasn’t too badly affected. All around the hellscape he saw black tendrils that grew up buildings and into people. They appeared to go into people’s limbs, chest and head, their eyes open in pain and terror….

“Make your statement, face your fear.”

The Magnus Archives is a horror fiction podcast that first appears as an anthology of creepy stories that soon evolves a complex narrative spanning 160 episodes to date! The plot, production and acting have been praised by fans and critics alike!

This episode was written and performed by Jonathan Sims

Directed and produced by Alexander J Newall

Music by Samuel DF Jones

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This episode was first released back in 2016!

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