The White Vault

Sep 07 2020 25.8k

Explore the far reaches of the world’s horrors in the audio drama podcast The White Vault. Follow the collected records of a repair team sent to Outpost Fristed in the vast white wastes of Svalbard and unravel what lies waiting in the ice below. This Fool and Scholar production is intended for mature audiences.
















Episode 3.10 :: Assembly
Mar 03 2020 40 mins  
There is no more denying the terrible situation at Base Camp Piedra. The remaining team works together to find a solution and a way off the mountain. Credits: Written by K.A. Statz Produced, Edited, with Sound Design by Travis Vengroff Mixed by Brandon Strader Script Editing by W.K. Statz Translations in Mandarin by Sophie Yang, Portuguese by Danilo Battistini, Spanish by Airam Liscano, Russian by Svetlana Gelman Marc Vertlib & Sergey Serebryanskiy, Serbian by Tanja Milojevic, Japanese by Chigusa Suzuki, and Arabic by Haytham Alwan Cast: The Documentarian – Hem Cleveland Eva Olivia Moreno – Diane Casanova Graham Casner - Peter Joseph Lewis Raimy - L. Jeffrey Moore Maheer Issa - Haytham Alwan Dragana Vuković - Tanja Milojevic Azami - Makiko Muto Koshiro - Koji Asano Tour Guide - David Marchand Doctor - Daniel Muñoz   “Base Camp Piedra" (Main Theme for Season 3) – Written and Performed by Brandon Boone, arranged by Travis Vengroff, with ocarina, guitar, additional percussion, and choir arrangement by Steven Melin. Performed by the Budapest Scoring Choir Cover Art by Kessi Riliniki This is a Fool and Scholar Production. We are a two person creative team and we can only create this show because of fan support! Please support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/LibertyPodcast    Special Thanks to: Our Patreon Supporters! | Carol Vengroff | David Cummings  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.






Episode 3.7 :: Swarm
Jan 21 2020 29 mins  
The team is unable to find Dr. Ureta. Paranoia sets in after an unfortunate accident. Credits: Written by K.A. Statz Produced, Edited, with Sound Design by Travis Vengroff Mixed by Brandon Strader Script Editing by W.K. Statz Translations in Mandarin by Sophie Yang, Portuguese by Danilo Battistini, and Spanish by Airam Liscano Cast: The Documentarian – Hem Cleveland Dr. Josefa Guerrero - Carla García Simon Hall – Eric Nelsen Dr. Zhou Liu – Sophie Yang Dr. Carito Ureta - Alli Smalley Lucas Criado - Danilo Battistini Eva Olivia Moreno – Diane Casanova   “Base Camp Piedra" (Main Theme for Season 3) – Written and Performed by Brandon Boone, arranged by Travis Vengroff, with ocarina, guitar, additional percussion, and choir arrangement by Steven Melin. Performed by the Budapest Scoring Choir "String Quintet in C major, Op. 29" - Written by Ludwig van Beethoven, Performed by Steve's Bedroom Band under Attribution License Cover Art by Kessi Riliniki This is a Fool and Scholar Production. We are a two person creative team and we can only create this show because of fan support! Please support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/LibertyPodcast    Special Thanks to: Our Patreon & Himalaya supporters! | Carol Vengroff | David Cummings   Sound Effects: (attribution licensees) https://freesound.org/people/JakLocke/sounds/261397/ https://freesound.org/people/Taira%20Komori/sounds/216927/  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.









Episode 3.3 :: Exposure
Nov 26 2019 25 mins  
The archaeological team continues their excavation efforts and further ponders the true age of their current findings. Working in the wind and rocky terrain, they make more than one shocking discovery, revealing more than previously imagined at their Patagonian site. Credits: Written by K.A. Statz Produced, Edited, with Sound Design by Travis Vengroff Mixed by Brandon Strader Script Editing by W.K. Statz Translations in Mandarin by Sophie Yang, Portuguese by Danilo Battistini, and Spanish by Airam Liscano Cast: The Documentarian – Hem Cleveland Dr. Josefa Guerrero - Carla García Simon Hall – Eric Nelsen Dr. Zhou Liu – Sophie Yang Dr. Carito Ureta - Alli Smalley Lucas Criado - Danilo Battistini Eva Olivia Moreno – Diane Casanova   “Base Camp Piedra" (Main Theme for Season 3) – Written and Performed by Brandon Boone, arranged by Travis Vengroff, with ocarina, guitar, additional percussion, and choir arrangement by Steven Melin. Performed by the Budapest Scoring Choir Cover Art by Kessi Riliniki This is a Fool and Scholar Production. We are a two person creative team and we can only create this show because of fan support! Please support us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/LibertyPodcast    Special Thanks to: Our Patreon supporters! | Carol Vengroff | David Cummings   Sound Effects: (attribution licensees) https://freesound.org/people/dheming/sounds/240981/ https://freesound.org/people/dheming/sounds/268023/ https://freesound.org/people/jorickhoofd/sounds/169548/  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

















Introducing: Liberty - Tales from the Tower
Mar 05 2019 43 mins  
The White Vault will return in October. Until then, please enjoy our other tales of horror in Tales from the Tower on The Liberty Podcast feed! In this story, recent mining excavations led to the discovery of a small descending hole beneath the city, aptly titled The Narrow. Listen to uncover what we know so far. Credits: Written by K.A. Statz Co-Produced by Travis Vengroff Co-Produced, Edited, with Sound Design, and Mixing by Sarah Buchynski Cast: Petrus Claerhaut – Peter Lewis Carillo – Sarah Rhea Werner Card – Christy Luse Rama – Daniel Demerin Verr – Pacific S. Obadiah Walco – Travis Vengroff Attendant – Sean Howard Silva – Zoe Von Embler Elidi – Sean Daniel Francis “Tales from the Tower Theme 2.0” – Written, Arranged, and Performed by Brandon Boone “Critical Research 2.0” – Written by Travis Vengroff, Arranged and Performed by Steven Melin “Blackout” – Written by Adam Cartwright, Arranged by Travis Vengroff Tales from the Tower art by Cap Blackard We have a web comic, merch, and a roleplaying game at: www.LibertyEndures.com This is a Fool and Scholar Production. For early episodes and bonus content join us at: https://www.patreon.com/LibertyPodcast   Special Thanks to: Our Patreon supporters! | Carol Vengroff | David Cummings | Jon Grilz | Tovusound | Dayn Leonardson   Sound Effects: (attribution licensees): “laboratory – loop.wav” originally recorded by sound-master: https://www.freesound.org/people/sound-master/sounds/57329:  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.































































4.6 • 11 Ratings

MG Oct 09 2020
Took me an episode to get used to the format, but once I was in, I was in.

honewell Oct 07 2020
Very good podcast.






Skiddybop Sep 14 2020
My favorite fiction podcast since Tanis!

MelPod Aug 26 2020
The podcast has an interesting story and a thrilling style. The characters are nicely developed. I really like listening to it.

Pink Panther Jun 13 2020
Really good podcast, can't wait for the next episodes.

LoganTheWolff Jun 13 2020
Very well written, and good quality voice acting makes this just magical; and when I first started listening to it I couldn't stop until I was all caught up. A true masterpiece

Swordchucks May 13 2020
An engaging, creeping horror story. The international cast helps bring a sense of reality to story and give excellent performances.

alphatonic May 12 2020
Regular episodes are awesome but lately it's become more of a platform for advertising other podcasts.

Hester Leveret Apr 15 2020
Love it. Listened to all 3 seasons over a period of about 4 days.

The Farquhar Apr 14 2020
Very well done. Cant wait for more. Voice acting good as well as writing.






Swords and Spect Apr 13 2020
Absolutely loved the characters and story being described in season one and two. Very chilling. For me, season three was fairly bland and never really hit the heights of one and two. It did end in a way that makes me want to carry on, though. Voice acting in season 3 could have been better. Many words were poorly pronounced and it was obvious it was being read from a script rather than an actual person saying the words as they would normally say them.