This Wednesday, Feb. 26th, join us as we talk to the dynamic Jennifer Page and Maxwell Holechek of the highly popular and wildly entertaining podcast ‘Odd Tonic’…
7:00 pm Pacific, 9:00 pm Central, 10:00 pm Eastern!
Jennifer Page: A talented traditional and digital artist,
Jennifer is perhaps better known as an actress in an
extremely popular film series in the tabletop gaming
world. This led to her becoming the official video
spokesperson for several companies, including
Microsoft Casual Games, and for many successful
Kickstarter campaigns. She co-hosted the 2014
ENnie Awards and has been a VIP Guest at several
game conventions. Off camera, Jennifer is a Social
Media Manager and Visual Designer.
Maxwell Holechek: With a background in film
production and theater, Maxwell utilized both during
his 25 year tech industry tenure – most notably as
Creative Director of the award-winning Nancy Drew
adventure games. He has since returned to his roots,
contracting and consulting as a writer, producer,
director, and talent/spokesperson for podcasts and other emerging media.
About the Podcast:
Retreat to the Gothic parlour with Maxwell and Jennifer!
There, be enthralled by spooky and fantastic tales of
weird history, strange science, and the paranormal.
Drawn from their curated collection and choice listener
submissions, your Ambassadors of Odd craft an
enchanting and smartly polished, weekly podcast with
high production value and low chit-chat. Each episode
delights the mind and stirs the senses.
They’ve been expecting you. Have a seat by the fire.
Welcome to Odd Tonic….
Odd Tonic is a weekly paranormal podcast with a variety of topics discussed per episode. Examples
of past topics include: Sleep paralysis, the science of ESP, timeslips, spirit possession, and obviously cursed objects.
Season One launched in March of 2019 and each episode is between 35 and 55 minutes in length. Odd Tonic is currently free to listen to and is mainly supported through listeners
via Patreon, as well as Maxwell and Jennifer’s personal funds. A merchandise line is on the way.
Also in development are plans for additional Odd Tonic episodes for premium subscribers and a richly
developed online destination to support the podcast’s creative social community.
Odd Tonic takes its subject matter and storytelling seriously, but in a warm, inviting, and playful tone.
Maxwell and Jennifer’s obvious passion for and delight of their topics is contagious. Themes include
the startling aspects of the Unknown and Unexplainable, but focusing on the story’s human aspect.
After all, these events were experienced by someone.
If you are a fan of Lore, Castle Rock, or Ripley’s Believe It or Not! and enjoy the company of two funny, smitten hosts whose macabre romance is a bit reminiscent of The Addams Family, you may
enjoy Odd Tonic.
Online & Social
Facebook Group: www.facebook.com/groups/OddTonicSociety