S2E5: “The Ice That Giveth, The Ice That Taketh Away” by Aaron Vlek

S2E5: “The Ice That Giveth, The Ice That Taketh Away” by Aaron Vlek

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A wealthy adrenaline junkie is carrying around a heavy burden about the friends he left for death on the side of the mountain – a guilt he’s decided he can no longer live with. Victoria grants him a chance to take another look at those events that might give him a different perspective.

S2E4: “The Promise” by Charles Rakiecz

S2E4: “The Promise” by Charles Rakiecz

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It’s Christmas, and Victoria finds a strange visitor in her building – one she wasn’t expecting, but one who arrives to fill a promise from very long ago. Spend Christmas with Victoria as she is presented with a puzzle, an opportunity (in the form of a very difficult choice), and gets a very special surprise. But is the offer too good to be true?

S1E20: “Plummet” by Cynthia Lowman

S1E20: “Plummet” by Cynthia Lowman

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Before Victoria began to use her lift to take visitors to strange realities, she was a nine-year-old girl living in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania at the end of the Victorian era.
Find out, in her own words, what befell her that fateful day in 1901 to forever change her and her destiny.
This tale marks the end of Season One.

S1E13: “Restitution” by Diane Student

S1E13: “Restitution” by Diane Student

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Toby is bullied by Billy for being different, but Billy has his own problems as well. Each boy is drawn to the building and guided by Victoria to make a choice and change for the better.

Years later, as adults, the results of those choices pull them back to take another ride on The Lift.