Episode 2: INTO THE DARK
Written by Sarah Shachat and Directed by Gabriel Urbina
Starring Julian Silver
A young professor at a prestigious magic university greets his new students - and gives them a taste of what it takes to master the forgotten art of magic.
When a young fae woman falls in love with a fellow server at the bar she works at, she has to figure out how to reveal her feelings to the woman... and how to help her crush see her for who, and what, she really is.
Be Advised: This episode contains discussions of murder and physical violence, as well as depictions of a house burning to the ground and death due to fire. It also contains passing mention, though no depiction, of suicide. Listener discretion is advised.
In a long, rambling voicemail message to his superior, Edmond LaValle, an agent for a powerful peace-keeping agency in the Unseen World, recounts the events of one day in the life of a magical detective.
Be Advised: The following episode contains discussions of death and emotionally abusive parent-child relationships, as well as an instance of body horror. Listener discretion advised.
The son of a famous painter who used magic to enhance his artworks ponders the legacy of his father's last painting.
Be Advised: The following episode contains discussions of death and a depiction of fantasy violence. Listener discretion is advised.
An imperious magical aristocrat shares an old fairy tale and a lesson with a young man who has come to ask for her help.
UNSEEN was created by Gabriel Urbina, Sarah Shachat, and Zach Valenti, and it is an original production by Long Story Short Productions.
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The typeface used in the UNSEEN logo is Macula, designed by Jacques Le Bailly.