Mermaids of Merrow’s Cove

Mermaids of Merrow's Cove
Artwork by Deanna David

Mermaids of Merrow’s Cove is a serialized podcast that tells the story of a strange series of events in the sleepy New England town of Merrow’s Cove.

In October 2017 a woman washed up on the quiet shores of Merrow’s Cove. The locals say she was a mermaid. Reporter Emma Kersey returns to her hometown to investigate the case and uncover secrets and folktales that span hundreds of years.

Mermaids of Merrow’s Cove is written by Ricardo Henriquez. Now nominated for 3 Audio Verse Awards.

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Episode 1: A Sea Creature

Reporter Emma Kersey returns to her hometown to investigate the case of a “mermaid” who washed up on shore.

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Episode 2: Troublemaker

Emma’s investigation makes residents of Merrow’s Cove uncomfortable. Producer John Murphy continues to find interesting connections between Merrow’s Cove and mermaid folktales.

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Episode 3: Daughter of Aglaope

Emma and John are accused of a serious crime. A woman who claims to be a mermaid says she has information that may change the course of their investigation.

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Episode 4: Too Many Coincidences

A big break in the case sheds light on the life of Alice Crocker before Merrow’s Cove. Emma and John make a risky decision with potentially fatal consequences.

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Episode 5: Alice Crocker

Alice’s past is revealed. Emma and John’s investigation attracts the attention of Boston Police, bringing tensions in town to a breaking point.

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Episode 6: Journey’s End

Nadia tells a 200 year-old story of mysticism, fear and mermaids. Emma and John uncover the terrifying truth hidden under the peaceful façade of Merrow’s Cove.

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5 Comments on “Mermaids of Merrow’s Cove”

  1. It came out so very well indeed 🙂
    Delighted to have been part of this.
    For a change, I’m satisfied with one of my performances too 🙂

    Simon

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