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Prison walls hide secrets that are unknown to those outside. This prison, housing some of the country’s deadliest criminals, hides the screams of a spirit chained to another world.
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When it comes to audio books, the soul reason why people choose this format is it’s story. People want to listen to story and that’s what this episode lacks. Goos performance by characters but a very poor storyline.

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ANOTHER MEDIOCRE STORY

Can't you come up with something different from the cliche? The listeners, investing 40 odd minutes of their time, expect much more than such hackneyed stories. The performances are reasonably good, but that cannot discount the fact of the story being quite mediocre. I suggest Mr. Aftab Alam Ali read a few stories of the paranormal genre with surprising twists and turns before writing another radio play. Please spare the audiences of such stupid (well, I don't wish to use such an expression but can't help but tell the truth) stuff. Read stories such as 'Fritz' and 'Mr. Brown's Bungalow' by Satyajit Ray, 'The Monkey's Claw' by W.W. Jacobs, and 'The Signal Man' by Charles Dickens. These tales are great examples of how paranormal stuff should be written. Another dismal show by Audible ... please produce better stories - it's a humble request.