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Pacific S. Obadiah - founder/sound engineer

Born and raised in Denver, Pacific Obadiah is a workaholic. Between writing, producing, and acting, he has a deep passion for the arts. In his free time he has helped write and produce episodes for Liberty: Tales from the Tower, The Alexandria Archives, and produced episodes of Jon Grilz's (Small Town Horror) newest podcast, Creepy.

Pacific is the creator, and producer of Lake Clarity. If a character dies a terrible death at the hands of someone they thought they could trust, it was probably Pacific's fault, *cough cough* Ranger Hank *cough cough*.


Vin Ernst - director/writer

Vin Ernst grew up in Denver Colorado. They are currently pursuing a degree in theatre from Metropolitan State University of Denver, or as their Mom likes to call it, a "You're going to end up living in my basement aren't you?" degree. Vin began acting when they were eleven but Lake Clarity was their first experience with voice acting. 

Vin was a cast member on season one of Lake Clarity, their contribution to this project includes making sarcastic comments (on and off mic) and sitting in a room breathing heavily into a microphone for uncomfortably long amounts of time. They will be helping with production for season two. They also wrote and directed Aftershocks.

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Michael Miller - sound engineer

He is a mysterious individual of unknown origin whose face is concealed by an expressionless metallic mask.

Not much is known about Q, except that he appears around the world, and may be lined to various disasters...

Michael first joined us during Lake Clarity season one, where he played the short lived Ranger Hank Anderson. After joining the cast's "ghost club," he returned to do sound design on season two. To this day, Michael's ghostly embodiment lives on forever in Lake Clarity, and will continue into Aftershocks


Mather William - lead writer

Matthew William grew up in the woods of Pennsylvania, reading the works of Philip K. Dick, Arthur C. Clarke and other science fiction writers with abbreviations for middle names.

His first production with Midnight Disease was The Enoch Saga, where he helped

Currently he lives in Sweden and keeps himself occupied with podcasting, expanding his fiction library and spending time with his wife and two cats. He enjoys connecting with other fans of good storytelling on social media.

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Our Patrons

None of this would be possible without the support of our Patrons, who help make everything possible! We’d like to thank each an everyone one of you for donating!

Alethea Jackson, Allison Green, Chris Anrico, Daniel Stewart, Danni Autumns, Erin Anderson and Teela, Jennifer Clinkenbeard, Jon Grilz, Ryan, Sergio Saucedo, Sirencide