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Hosts of Eden

Hosts of Eden is a modern radio drama, written and performed by Jay Mcfarland. The 11-part fictional podcast serial is told in cliffhanging science fiction style. Dr. Marian Turner has been studying multiple personality disorder for years. Her life is mostly ordinary until one of her patients starts to display some very unusual behavior. After a series of unexplainable events, Marian risks her career and her life to free her patient. An unexpected ally comes to the rescue, but also reveals truths that cause Marian to question her own reality. They soon realize they have become unwilling participants in a plot to overthrow the government. Whether they like it or not, they must exercise whatever means necessary to foil this plot and expose its conspirators. Hosts of Eden is sponsored by The Mystery Escape Room, a live entertainment experience where a group of people enter a themed room full of puzzles, riddles and secrets. Jay Mcfarland is host of "The JayMac News Show", which airs weekdays at 12:30pm on Salt Lake City's KSL NewsRadio.
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Apr 20, 2017

(FICTION) Welcome to Hosts of Eden, a fictional sci-fi podcast, written and performed by storyteller Jay Mcfarland. Set in a dystopian not-too-distant future, in episode 1, we meet Dr. Marian Turner, a psychiatrist who has been studying Multiple Personality Disorder for years. Her life is mostly ordinary until one of the patients at the mental health facility where she works starts to display some very unusual behavior. Are the personalities inside of his head, or are they real people trapped in his body? Science fiction, fantasy, and mystery collide in this 11-part serial story. Modern Radio Drama.

"Hosts of Eden" is a fictional podcast, written and performed by Jay Mcfarland. Mcfarland is host of "The JayMac News Show", which airs weekdays at 12:30pm on Salt Lake City's KSL NewsRadio. This 11-part science-fiction serial follows Dr. Marian Turner, a psychiatrist treating a patient who claims the President is trapped inside his body. It sounds crazy – except Johnny just knows too much. 

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