Interesting enough story, but the delivery is all over the place. The narration is kind of cringy, and there just isn’t enough material. They try to tie in the story of a family that killed multiple people in the 19th century, but the crimes were totally different. Ironically, the secondary story is more interesting IMO. If enough material exists, I would totally listen to a podcast about it, at least if someone else made it. The whole thing felt very lazy and amateur.
Sars1982 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 12/13/21
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The background noise that happens over the recording of the reenactment segments is super frustrating and distracting.
anon537384 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/13/22
How are you supposed to focus with that crap in the background?. Usually Wondery smashes these out of the park…….. whoever was in charge of this production should be axed
Charlie xQ167 via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 01/06/22
You can’t seriously expect people to pay for a subscription for this podcast….The host’s Brad Chad frat guy energy is awful. I powered through the first episodes weeks ago and just saw the rest still weren’t available bc a paid subscription is required. Hard pass.
Connilu via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/10/22
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