I enjoy learning about a case I haven’t heard before but the constant music that sounds like a video game loading screen (it’s the fact that it is constant and loud) and the same audio clips played several times per episode makes this my least favorite wondery podcast
Jillimon via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/12/22
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The writing is painfully one dimensional. The structure is clunky and convoluted. The narration, soundtrack, and editing give the entire podcast an aesthetic that feels very diy and amateurish. Wondery normally has top notch content. If their quality control continues to be this bad, I am...Read full review »
Janjanjanjanjanjanjanjan via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/10/22
The podcast has some of the worst “experts” I’ve ever heard on a true crime podcast. One claims about are Folie à deux are grossly flawed and he sounds like a complete quack. I’m only on episode one but I’m not sure if I can continue because I’m not going to spend my time listening to...Read full review »
schreibo3 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/05/22
Why does this podcast continue to repeat EVERYTHING like you really only have to listen to 2 episodes bc they repeat the same things- the exact things over and over again. Maybe 5% of the information is new in each episode.
kelseyb422 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/14/22
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