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The Stories

GeoStories use GPS location technology to create a powerful story telling experience, telling compelling audio dramas enhanced by rich visual content and AR, accessible to you through an app. It allows you to discover new places through stories and information while you are in the place or at home. It's an easy way to find out about a place and the stories that we uncover and reimagine.

A LOVE APART

LAUNCHING ON 23 MARCH IN EYAM - A Love Apart tells the story of lovers Emmott and Rowland, two young villagers who, at the onset of the Plague in the village of Eyam in 1665, met across the Delph that separated the locked down village of Eyam from surrounding Derbyshire villages.

THEGREAT MORTALITY

Eyam, 1665, Marshall Howe, the village Sexton and his sister Grace have their own turmoil before them as they prepare to clear the cottages of those who have succumbed to the plague in a village that is no stranger to loss during their pandemic. Both are no strangers to loss and as they face the tasks before them, Grace also has to deal with a past that is rapidly catching up with her.


THE GEOSTORIES LIBRARY OF STORIES

FREE TO LISTEN ON THE APP

We've developed our GeoStories app so that each story we make can be downloaded and free to listen to at home or on location where the story unfolds.

In The Footsteps of Bram Stoker reimagines the strange stories and dark events that may have inspired Bram Stoker to write his famous novel Dracula when he visited Whitby on the North Yorkshire Coast in the 1890's.

IN THE FOOTSTEPS OF BRAM STOKER

LAUNCHED 23RD MARCH IN EYAM VILLAGE  - 

Set in 1666 in Eyam in Derbyshire in the time when The Black Death had come to the village. The disease had begun to spread quickly and Rev. George Mompesson, the vicar of Eyam, asked villagers to agree to isolate the village until the plague had gone, condemning many of them to certain death. The Great Mortailty is a fictional story about Marshall Howe and his sister Grace. Marshall is the village Sexton who is charged with the dispersal of those that have passed. As tensions rise and the strain of isolation starts to take its toll on the siblings, we discover the secrets that inevitably emerge. 

THE GREAT MORTALITY & A LOVE APART

FREYDA : SKALD OF JORVIK

Launched at the Jorvik Viking Festival '23 this story was developed in partnership with Jorvik Viking Centre in York and supported through Arts Council England. Freyda’s story where she encounters a great seeress, mysterious owl and finds herself in a frozen forest, can be experienced on the streets of York or wherever you are. Let us transport you back to Viking York and hear and see the story unfold!

CHRONICLES OF THE BAKEWELL WITCHES

Bakewell, 1606, and two local women are accused of witchcraft.  Constable George Micklethwaite is in Bakewell intent on finding out the truth of reports made by a man who had been lodging in the town and swore he had been the victim of sorcery. Determined to do his duty by God and the Derby Magistrates, George seeks out the two accused - Anne Stafford and Sarah Marsden - to find evidence of their bond with Satan. What he hears is both perplexing and alarming, as the women give their testimony, leaving behind a trail of betrayal and deception. 


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