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Based on the short story by Stephen King, Strawberry Spring is a scripted podcast set against the backdrop of the sixties revolution on the campus of New Sharon College. We follow a generation of students who don't trust authority, the futile efforts of the local police, and a young, determined reporter as he chases the bloody trail of Springheel Jack, an unrelenting, modern-day Jack the Ripper. After vanishing and leaving his murders unsolved, Jack is back - along with a new Strawberry Spring, a weather pattern with an unusual fog bank that rolls in every eight years. Using the fog to hide his tracks, he taunts New Sharon with fresh kills, each murder more violent than the last. The 8-episode season stars Garrett Hedlund, Milo Ventimiglia, Sydney Sweeney, Herizen Guardiola, Al Madrigal, Ken Marino, and Brec Bassinger.
13 Episodes
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With the arrival of a rare foggy weather pattern known as Strawberry Spring, notorious serial killer Springhill Jack returns after an eight-year absence. Henry Denton, a former journalism major who documented the murders first hand, is brought back to investigate the case. But this time, Springheel Jack is going to make it personal. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comSee for privacy information.
Tensions run high as the investigation continues. Henry and Rachael’s relationship evolves as his family history is brought to light. A suspect is arrested, and Chelsea brings new information to the case while Anne looks for a front-page headline. Springheel Jack makes contact with Henry in a most unconventional way. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comSee for privacy information.
A 2nd murder haunts the campus of New Sharon, and a prime suspect is let go. Henry investigates the life of Charlotte Foster, while the campus is put back into lockdown. Captain Spencer ramps up the police presence, and Chelsea finds a new clue from her father’s police files, while Springheel Jack drags Henry further into his game of cat and mouse. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comSee for privacy information.
Henry and Rachael uncover a 3rd murder scene, one more brutal than the others, while Springheel Jack sends a care package to the New Sharon Times. Captain Spencer hatches a plan to put undercover cops on campus, desperate to catch the killer. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comSee for privacy information.
Chapter 5: Snow Angels

Chapter 5: Snow Angels


Springheel Jack leaves evidence in Henry’s car. Is he being framed? Is this a copycat killer? Henry decides to share the clues with Anne. Chief Spencer targets an old suspect from the original murders, and Chelsea’s investigation takes a turn. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comSee for privacy information.
Haunted by the ghosts of his past and afflicted by migraines and insomnia from the stress of the case, Henry reconnects with Anne. A 4th murder, the most violent yet, pushes Chief Spencer to take extreme measures. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comSee for privacy information.
A new suspect is arrested that has connections to the original victims. A familiar face from Henry’s past comes back to haunt him as Rachael goes into labor with Henry’s baby, and Springheel Jack’s true identity is revealed Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comSee for privacy information.
Dean Edwards can’t keep the campus open any longer. As the fog rolls in, the final murder victim looms large over everyone. Henry finally confronts his past, tying up loose ends and discovering Springheel Jack’s motivation. With Rachael in labor, he looks towards his future as a father, while the ghosts of his past continue to haunt him. Learn more about your ad-choices at https://www.iheartpodcastnetwork.comSee for privacy information.
Have you ever felt like you were born in the wrong time? For HERO THE BAND, a musical group of four blood brothers from Atlanta, 2020 just isn't their year. Poised on the verge of their debut album and a summer festival tour, a global pandemic leaves them wondering if they've simply missed their era. That's when a mysterious music mentor - played by Anthony Anderson - teleports them back in time to 1985, where they have a chance to meet their musical destiny as 80s rock gods...and their teenage parents. One song could change it all for this unlikely band of heroes, in a first of its kind musical podcast, with an original score featuring co-stars Trippie Redd and Blanco Brown. It's SONIC LEAP, baby! Listen wherever you get your podcasts!See for privacy information.
Following the death of her beloved father, Charlotte returns to her home state of Texas. Stricken with grief, and pulled in countless directions, Charlotte decides to attend legendary country songwriter, Liz Rose’s, writing retreat in Hill Country. Her experience writing at the Wayside Ranch pushes Charlotte to reach a turning point in her career. She pursues a deal with a big publishing company, and fights to balance work with her relationship with Marshall, seeking harmony between emotional stability and professional independence. Right when everything seems to be looking up, Charlotte is tested again, as the reverberations of “cancel culture” behind the scenes in the Nashville songwriting world are exposed, bringing to light the complexities of fame and fortune in Music City. Listen to Make It Up As We Go wherever you get your podcasts.See for privacy information.
Hear the story of legendary beach country musician, Uncle Drank (Will Sasso). This comedic musical podcast also stars Luke Wilson, Chelcie Lynn, Kinky Friedman and Billy Zane - as a talking blender named BLENDY. This 8-part series hits like a blended daiquiri full of stories, complete with missing brain cells and certified Uncle Drank Gulf and Western country classics! With original songs featuring Brian Kelley, Uncle Kracker, Snow and more! From Audio Up and SiriusXM! Check out The Ballad of Uncle Drank! This is Audio Up and SiriusXM's latest scripted musical comedy. for privacy information.
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Comments (42)

malutty malu


Feb 5th


I couldn't finish this audio story as there were far too many adverts in each episode. Really disappointed.

Jul 17th

R&J Whitley

time jumps and gap in story. saying in the announcement the girl was killed last night but it's 2 days ago. I could totally be wrong but they don't divide the days or even years well.

Apr 21st

Tiffany lee

this would have been so much better If we didn't have the annoying girlfriend in almost every episode damn I hated her character, her voice grinds my gears.

Apr 5th

Jenn Strong

waaaaaay too many ads. geesh

Oct 31st

Mizzourita 389

Wtaf is going on??

Jul 17th

Mizzourita 389

For a psychiatrist Rachel seems really erratic and unstable, even if she is pregnant... she was definitely showing signs of unnecessary insecurity way before she was pregnant so she might just be bat balls crazy.

Jul 16th

Bella Ring


Mar 2nd

L. Silvermain

i wish King was narrating it! Hes really good dragging you in to it!

Feb 24th

Andy Yuan

Finally comes to the end, though I was right about the killer form chap1,but still enjoyed ita lot. Hopefully there would be more Stephen King.🤠

Feb 24th

Greg Ganjon II

if you like commercials every 10 minutes then listen to this

Feb 14th

Mary P

I felt the podcast production was a bit messy and the story a tad predictable but I am interested in finding and reading the short story.

Jan 27th


I'm a huge Stephen King fan, but this was overall pretty disappointing. The voice acting is hit-and-miss for some characters, but the production value was ok. I think the biggest thing for me is: are we SUPPOSED to have figured out who the killer is by episode 2 and are just along for the ride, or was this actually supposed to be mysterious until the "reveal"? Because I don't think it takes a detective to figure it out very early on. 🙄

Jan 24th

Michael Vause

Is there only 8 episodes?

Jan 22nd

Lettie Madril

came to the comments to get an idea of the storyline 50/50 love/hate so I guess I'm going to have to try it out....I'll be back!

Nov 14th
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William Smith

eddredd e é4. e

Nov 8th

Amelia W

I like the story so far and I love Stephen King, but: 1- why are there SO MANY ads in such a short episode? 2- I feel like they really could have picked female voice actors that sounded a lot more distinct from each other, to the point where I'm not sure who's talking at certain points and have to figure it out from context. It's clear that whoever did casting really likes a certain type of female voice.

Nov 5th

Irene Kahn

I cannot listen to this. Might be entertaining and so many commercials get in the way. For shame, you commercialize an Idea by Mr. King to the point the "gentle" listener cannot follow. Perhaps you could limit commercials to beginning and end, not 4 times with 3 to 4 long commercials. I listen to relax, not press fast forward. No thanks, as I go it gets worse so bye, bye

Oct 31st


what is the song at the end of each episode????

Oct 22nd

Kari Cook

audio on episode 6 not working

Sep 30th