Katherine and Scoresby visit the ancient quarry at Rano Raraku, an experience she finds deeply moving. Katherine meets with resistance when she interviews several island elders about the past. Featuring Christine McBurney, Brian Pedaci, Robert Hawkes, Dennis Runkle, Gideon Lorete, Nadia Tarnawsky, Leilani Barrett, Cat Kenney, Lynna Metrisin and Maryann Elder
This week, we take a break from our episode release schedule to feature the beautiful music written for the show by composer and theater artist Obediya Jones-Darrell. Enjoy!
After months at sea, the crew arrives on Easter Island, where they receive a chilly reception from the British businessman who runs the island as a sheep ranch. Katherine meets her interpreter, the handsome Juan Tepano. Featuring: Christine McBurney, Brian Pedaci, Josh Brown, Dennis Runkle, Gideon Lorete and Maryann Elder.
While their ship is repaired in Buenos Aires, Katherine and Scoresby tussle over conflicting visions for the expedition. Katherine receives an unsettling palm reading. Featuring: Christine McBurney, Brian Pedaci, Santino Vincent, Felicita Sanchez, Josh Brown, Tom Horton and Maryann Elder.
At sea, the Routledges and their crew must contend with wild storms, damage to their ship, and rising interpersonal tensions. Katherine fights for respect from her all-male crew. Featuring: Christine McBurney, Brian Pedaci, Tom Horton, Josh Brown, Robert Hawkes, Cat Kenney and David Munnell.
Katherine and Scoresby must build their own ship to reach Easter Island. Scoresby grapples with anxiety about safety in the wake of the Titanic’s demise, and the couple struggle to hire qualified crew. Featuring Christine McBurney, Brian Pedaci, Josh Brown, Andrew Narten, John Busser, Cat Kenney and Amiee Collier.
Katherine has initial reservations when the British Museum commissions her and her husband, William “Scoresby” Routledge, to visit and survey distant Easter Island. An intimate friend cannot remedy a sexless marriage. Featuring Christine McBurney, Brian Pedaci, Andrew Narten, Amiee Collier, Lynna Metrisin, Cat Kenney and Abraham Adams.
My name is Katherine Routledge. In 1914, I sailed from England to Easter Island, in the distant South Pacific. This is the story of a journey, and it is the story of a place. This is The Mystery of Easter Island.