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Deadly Misadventures | Wondery
Deadly Misadventures
It’s been said our lives are no more than a string of decisions. Thousands of choices made every single day. Most seemingly inconsequential. While others harness the potential to lead us to dark and unforgiving places. Do our choices control our destiny? Or are we all like the gambler who repeatedly rolls the dice, hoping each time for a smile from Lady Luck?
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 1,157 ratings
It sounds like
One of those movie review channels on YouTube with auto generated voices. Dude, if this was an SCP animation, understandable, but talking about true crime you sound like you’re trying to commit mass homicide as well.
AubrinAudreyO via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/24/21
Need more
I absolutely love this podcast. The stories captivate me. I love y’all’s voices. Desperately need more stories to listen to on my commute to work.
lindseylall via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/14/21
Highly recommend!!
Happened to stumble across this show and ended up binge listening all the episodes and nothing else. Do yourself a favour and give it a whirl.
Longstanding fan via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 07/08/21
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