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Created by Dave Beazley & Casey Wells
Crooked River
CROOKED RIVER is a fictional podcast narrative that spans the five-year period between September 1934 and August 1939 in post-Prohibition Cleveland, Ohio at the height of the Great Depression. During this politically turbulent time, an elusive killer decapitated and dismembered thirteen victims—seven men and six women—all under the watch of newly appointed Public Safety Director Eliot Ness, the famed G-man from Al Capone’s Chicago glory days. The disturbing crimes, the setting, and the peripheral characters, suspects and cops are real—the two lead characters (the local cop and the Federal...
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Ratings & Reviews
4.8 stars from 146 ratings
S2??
Very well written and made. Hopeful for season 2.
Jhawkins1971 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/15/22
Finish it please
I’ll correct my review once the problem is fixed, but c’mon man! You’ve got a great story, then…nothing. Please help us get off the edge of our seats.
drp643 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/12/22
Where is the rest?!
I need the rest of this story I’ve been waiting months
corje77 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/09/22
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