Podcast

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  1. I think it is so wrong that Susan Smith will be free in less than 5 years. All of us who had to go thru this and have suffered the loss of children will suffer again for those two little boys she killed. Murder in this case should have a life sentence. She should never be free. God bless you for all you do for those who suffer.

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  2. 👹This Is Monsters 👹
    Thank for all your work, look forward
    To future content.

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  3. Love your work. Please look into Chad Daybell. Monster material for sure.

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  4. I love this different take on true crime podcast, more focused on the crimes and the trials/interrogations.

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  5. I love this different take on true crime podcast, more focused on the crimes and the trials/interrogations. The narration is nice as well but most of the time he just repeats what was just played or discussed. A few things that bothers me as well is how the narrator can be very condescending, quite dismissive, and more often that it should be, quite subjective. There are times when he makes snide comments but it seems like he thought it was a funny retort whilst writing it down but didn't have the same effect once said in the podcast.

    I'm looking forward for more episodes specially the per season focus on a specific motive. I hope for improvements as well.

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  6. Am I nuts that I look forward to to listening!! Love the sarcastic relief the host has when all I feel like doing is screaming out the obvious craziness of it all and he chimes in like , ok buddy ... ha.

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  7. There are many of us who find his "snide" comments amusing and are literally thinking the exact same things to ourselves. It is all a part of his different take on true crime narration.

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