Lightfin Casefiles Episode 4 - Lightfin Casefiles

Episode 4

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Published on:

17th Feb 2020

Case 232 - The Deserted Reef

Children can join Detective Lightfin for another mystery to solve. A coral reef is badly damaged and all the fish have disappeared. Poseidon asks Lightfin to investigate what could have caused it. Help Lightfin figure out who could have committed such a dastardly act.

Voices:

Lightfin - Scott Allen (Insta: @ScottAllenVO / Twitter: @scottallenvoice )

Narrator - Isabel Landivar

Poseidon - Ed Placencia ( website )

Theo and Leo -Laura Cristina Grøn

Walter - Elisha Beavers (website )

Marcy - Allison Lehr ( Twitter: @amlehr / Insta: aka.Songbird )

Ray Manta - Ross Wild ( hitrecord / twitter

Story - Mike Sinclair

Sound editing by - Mike Sinclair / Scott Allen

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About the Podcast

Lightfin Casefiles
Lightfin Casefiles is a mystery story podcast for Kids. Filled with fun facts about fish, sea creatures and the oceans. It has terrific voice acting and also looks to pass on ocean conservancy message.
Free Audio Stories for Kids. Lightfin Casefiles is a mystery story podcast for Kids. Filled with fun facts about fish, sea creatures and the oceans. It has terrific voice acting and also looks to pass on an ocean conservancy message. New episodes every 2 weeks.

Any parent who has been in the car with children, knows how frustrating it can be at times, when they only want one thing - the tablet or phone. One thing that worked well for our family was Audio books but they can be expensive.. so the idea of creating a Podcast focused on children was born.

Our goal is to provide children with a podcast that is entertaining, engaging and hopefully with a little educational value.

The podcast will also try and bring some attention to what is happening in oceans and seas today. Through highlighting these area, we aim to foster support for different ocean conservation charities throughout the show.

Thanks for help in creating this podcast goes to the community at https://hitrecord.org/ , without whom it would not have been possible.