The Ouija Broadsis creating a podcast about the Pacific Northweird.
Supporters at this tier receive:
- Personal shout-out on the show.
- Access to exclusive audio where we post rough cuts of episodes (all the digressions!), early release episodes, outtakes, behind-the-scenes info, and more!
- 10% discount on all Ouija Broads merchandise.
- A personal message or dedication of up to 100 words, read on the show one time. (Restrictions apply.)
Plus all rewards on lower tiers.
About The Ouija Broads
The Ouija Broads are Devon and Liz, two lifelong friends and Pacific Northwesterners who tell each other strange stories about interesting history, science, and legend from the weird upper left corner of our great nation. New episodes release every other Monday.
Would I like it?
When you hear a rustling outside your tent, do you secretly hope it's Bigfoot?
Do you have theories about the fate of D. B. Cooper, why detached human feet keep washing up on the shores of the Salish sea, and why the Northwest seems to have so many serial killers?
Do you like shows where two longtime BFFs tell you about cool stories and legends about a very strange and oddly overlooked part of the world, sprinkled with puns, innuendo, and digressions about unfortunate haircuts we have had?
Step right up, we've got ghosts, bootleggers, cryptids, witches, curses, hoaxes, princesses, and all manner of reality that's stranger than fiction.
Why is it on Patreon?
The Ouija Broads podcast is a labor of love that's grown mightily since we started in March of 2017. As we get more and more involved in the production, we're hoping our listeners can help us defray some of the expenses involved in recording weekly shows from opposite coasts, and help set us on the road to making even higher-quality shows.
Where can I find it?
You can listen, download, and subscribe on iTunes or Podbean, and you can talk to us on @ouijabroads on Twitter, theouijabroads on Instagram, Ouija Broads on Facebook, or just e-mail us at [email protected]
Hey, we love you.
Thank you for looking at our page and for listening to the show. Even if you aren't in a position to become a patron, you already support us tremendously with your presence, your feedback, and your kindness. Live weird forever.
In addition to the better equipment, recording spaces, and resources, this would allow us to set aside more time to work on the show - meaning more detailed research, better outlines, and ultimately better content.