WHAT ARE PEOPLE SAYING?
“Kira Apple lends humor, sensitivity, and fire to the character of Jack St. James. Great writing and the perfect amount of creepiness, but not enough that you can’t listen to it alone at night. I highly recommend it!”
-Ljean517 on iTunes
"In a highly anticipated debut in indie circles, this is the story of Jack St. James, a bisexual and Jewish private detective who ends up in the very strange town of Superstition embroiled in a missing persons case. Through both narrative and sound, this podcast brings to life a true Southwestern gothic atmosphere."
- Elena Fernández-Collins for Bello Collective
"Their detective is a fresh, unique character making a splash in a beguiling town, following a real spooky trail."
“Superstition is paranormal, a mystery and has more than a touch of the comedic. It is not easy to pull off multiple genres and she does it so well.“
- Celine De Santis
"A female-led detective story set in an Arizona town is so much my jam it's like this show was made just for me."
“Beautifully, darkly funny!”
-Recycler4570 on iTunes
"Superstition jump starts and got me hooked right away. It's amazing how much I already know about Jack, but also how much more I HAVE to know."
"This podcast blends supernatural with real life that feels organic and the really nails the small town creepiness on the head."
"Superstition has a great strong protagonist that I can't get enough up. She's so interesting & engaging & feels like she could take on anything."