Siren Song of a Lost Phone

The friend of a missing adventure tourist begins to receive strange text messages and voice calls from an unknown source. Thinking either the phone or the Telcom is the problem they trade in the phone. But almost immediately, the messages appear again, this time with an invitation to join the caller, whom they begin to suspect is their lost friend. They realize the texts contain a GPS location and go there but discover a digital siren has led them astray.

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Written by Alan V Hare.

Read by Mitchel Tew

Opening and closing composed and created by Matthew Erdmann

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