Kale Brown



SINKHOLE is a short-form audio fiction podcast presented as a collection of audio posts from a member of a community of data restoration hobbyists in a sometimes-unfamiliar future. Season three in production.

Recent Episodes

Season Two Q&A
OCT 24, 2022
Season Two Q&A

I told you what would happen when you asked me silly questions. 

A transcript of this episode is available on the website

A very special thank you to Jesse Hall, Elias Taylor, and Vic Collins for participating in this very strange episode. 

All music and sound effects used are available under a CC0 license. Music was ‘Ambient Bass Deep Atmospheric Pad’ by waveplaySFX. 

39 MIN
A Quick Post-Season Announcement
SEP 23, 2022
A Quick Post-Season Announcement

Transcript of audio: 

Hello! Kale here with some post-season announcements. I promise I won’t take up too much of your time. 

Before I get into it, I’d like to thank everyone for listening to season two of SINKHOLE- I really can’t overstate how much it means to me that so many people are listening to and enjoying my weird little show.

And speaking of season two, I’m going to be doing another Q&A like the one I did after season one! So if you’d like to submit a question, you can do that via the SINKHOLE website, there’s a button on the front page labelled “Season 2 Q&A Form,” just above the list of content warnings. 

The other thing I wanted to mention is that you probably shouldn’t expect the same turnaround on season three as you got on season two- I’ve got a lot more on my plate than I did before, and continue to be a full adult human with a full-time job, so I can’t promise another nine-week turnaround. 

Speaking of having things on my plate, I wanted to recommend you a podcast to listen to while you’re waiting for season three- the Bloody Disgusting network is releasing a brand-new show in collaboration with Canadian horror artist Trevor Henderson- who some of you may recognize as the creator of Sirenhead.

Mayfair Watcher’s Society is a found footage-style horror anthology podcast taking place in a world much like our own, but in which the appearance of interdimensional beings is, while not extremely common, not an altogether strange thing. You can look forward to episodes written by folks like Ben Counter, Addison Peacock, Meg Tuten, Henry Galley, Gus Zagarella… and Kale Brown. 

I was absolutely thrilled to be asked to join this project, and it’s been incredibly fun, so I sincerely hope you’ll check it out when it comes out in October. 

I’m gonna leave you with the Mayfair Watcher’s Society trailer, but first: stay safe and try not to fall into any holes. 

[Mayfair Watcher’s Society Trailer Audio]