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Casefile True Crime
Fact is scarier than fiction.
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4.7 stars from 59,858 ratings
No filler/all killer
I see a lot of bad reviews about the narrator’s voice. Guess what? There’s more than a few with two girls giggling and going off topic the whole time. Maybe it’s time to try those out. This is more for grown folks and not 14 year old girls.
Thisblowsssss via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/16/21
the best
My Favourite true crime podcast. Well researched and narrated and keeps you eagerly listening even if you are familiar with the crimes. For all those dissing the voice and pronunciation, this is an Australian host and this is how we speak and if it’s too slow, listen on 1.5 speed like I do.
kneyney via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 05/16/21
This is the one!
I get tingles when I hear this theme tune! Top class content (other podcast comment on how they don’t know how this guy gets the details for the stories) I’m all caught up and wait and save each episode until I know I have some undisturbed time when I can sit back, listen and give it my full...Read full review »
Blondiebannana via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 05/15/21
Recent Episodes
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