Invisible Choir
Invisible Choir
Feb 14, 2021
Free Speech or Die
Play • 55 min

On May 26, 2017, 35-year-old Jeremy Christian boarded a train in Portland, Oregon - heavily intoxicated and armed with his “right to free speech” and a knife. What happened next aboard the TriMet MAX Light Rail would forever alter the course of every single passenger onboard. As investigators eventually pieced together what led up to one of Oregon’s most horrific attacks, they discovered several alarming warning signs in the 24 hours leading up to a tragedy that many speculate - might well have been preventable.  

Written by Michael Dunphy Jr., Executive Produced by Michael Ojibway. 

 

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Music & Sound Effect Sources

  • Opening Track: “I Saw Your Ghost Last Night (I Miss You)” by Fairlight 
  • Closing Track: “The Arctic” By Gold Coast 

Music & Sound Effect Sources

All music and sound effects used with express permission under unlimited blanket license authority from Epidemic Sound ® and SoundStripe ®.  Individual sources are available via request at info@invisiblechoir.com

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