Ghost Tape


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 Jun 9, 2021

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 Nov 19, 2020


We follow Tessa Dixon at a remote army base in Texas as she deals with the psychological and physical trauma of basic training. When she finds a tape of her grandfather’s labeled ‘Ghost Tape’ and plays the haunting audio, she unknowingly unleashes a deadly manifestation of her own family’s horrible misdeeds. Co created by Nia DaCosta and Aron Eli Coleite. Starring and executive produced by Kiersey Clemons. Written by Alexandra E Hartman and directed by Malakai.

Episode Date
Session 8
In a horrifying conclusion, Tessa finally unearths the disturbing truth of the Ghost Tape.
Dec 14, 2020
Session 7
Tessa and Oscar's search for the tape leads them to the home of Drill Sergeant and Commander Wilson.
Dec 07, 2020
Session 6
Oscar attempts a controversial psychiatric treatment on Tessa.
Nov 30, 2020
Session 5
Tessa and Oscar uncover more mysteries of the tape, and Oscar realizes his own story is becoming intertwined with the tape.
Nov 23, 2020
Session 4
Tessa discovers how the tape is related to her grandfather's death, later committing an act that lands her in Army prison.
Nov 16, 2020
Session 3
When another recruit goes missing from Fort Taylor, Tessa uses every possible tactic to deepen her investigation into her grandfather's death.
Nov 09, 2020
Session 2
During her first few days of Army basic training, Tessa Dixon discovers a mysterious cassette tape that may be related to her grandfather's murder.
Nov 02, 2020
Session 1
In her first session with army psychiatrist, Oscar Martinez, Private Tessa Dixon reveals the circumstances surrounding her grandfather's death and why she enlisted in The Army.
Oct 26, 2020
Introducing Ghost Tape
Ghost Tape Starring Kiersey Clemons premieres Monday, October 26th. Subscribe today and visit for more info. Co created by Nia DaCosta and Aron Eli Coleite. Written by Alexandra E Hartman. Directed by Malakai.
Oct 19, 2020