Friday the 13th is a day steeped in superstition, where tales of the unexpected and the unexplained often come to the fore. For Jake Mitchell, a seasoned trucker with over 20 years on the road, this Friday, the 13th, will be a day he’ll never forget.
Jake was on a routine haul across the Southwest when he decided to take a break at a roadside diner. As he sipped his coffee and enjoyed the quiet ambiance, a woman approached him, her features eerily familiar. She had a frantic look in her eyes and asked Jake if he had seen or heard of Alice.
Now, for fans of the popular podcast “Alice Isn’t Dead,” this scenario sounds all too familiar. The series, presented as audio diaries, details the journey of a truck driver named Keisha, who searches for her missing wife, Alice. Throughout her journey, Keisha encounters bizarre and supernatural events.
“I’ve been listening to that podcast for years,” Jake explained. “I recognized her description immediately. But this was real life, not some audio drama. I was stunned.”
The mysterious woman, who resembles the character described in the podcast, quickly left the diner after Jake admitted he had no information about Alice. Since the encounter, Jake has reported seeing the woman multiple times during his cross-country trips.
The incident has ignited a flurry of theories online. Some speculate this might be a promotional stunt for a new season or spin-off of “Alice Isn’t Dead.” Others believe that Jake genuinely encountered a distressed individual who coincidentally shares similarities with the podcast’s narrative.
When contacted about the incident, Joseph Fink, the creator of “Alice Isn’t Dead,” expressed his own disbelief. “Our podcast is purely fictional,” he emphasized. “While it’s thrilling that our stories resonate deeply with fans, it’s crucial to distinguish between art and reality.”
Regardless of its true nature, Jake’s story on that fateful Friday the 13th reminds us of the profound impact that stories, whether told around a campfire or via a podcast, can have on our perception of reality. It’s a testament to the power of storytelling and the thin line that sometimes exists between fact and fiction.
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