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Crime Junkie
Crime Junkie is a weekly podcast dedicated to giving you a true crime fix. Every Monday, Ashley Flowers will tell you about whatever crime she’s been obsessing over that week in a way that sounds like you're sitting around talking crime with your best friends. The storytelling is straightforward and free of rabbit holes so the cases stay suspenseful and are easy to follow. If you can never get enough true crime... Congratulations, you’re a Crime Junkie! You’ve found your people.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 72,852 ratings
I love true crime podcasts, but it’s really hard to commit to a particular show because narrator voices tend to irk me after a while. Not this podcast! I’ve binged every single episode over the past week, and I can’t wait for the next newest episode! I love Ashley and Brit’s narrations, their...Read full review »
tryingtochoosraname via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/17/19
The stories are good, but they assume all listeners are anti-intellectual. Like getting all “science-y” is bad.
scienceisgood via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/17/19
1st episode
So far so good
kellycidaho via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/17/19
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