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Heavy Metal
From the makers of Black Hands comes an intriguing story of murder, shady pasts and unanswered questions. On a rainy April Sunday, 22 years ago, scrap metal dealer John Reynolds went to work for a few hours. He never came home.
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4.1 stars from 165 ratings
A 4 from me dawg…
The only knowledge I have of this case is from this Stuff NZ podcast, Heavy Metal. It isn’t bad, nor does it quite manage to hit the bar one would expect from Stuff. Three brief episodes felt about right, but I also felt a bit off about the perception of the case and those involved as a murder...Read full review »
Tzmw via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 07/17/22
Enjoyed it
I had quite enjoyed this podcast. A little shorter than Gone Fishing, and less conclusion, but nonetheless, great effort in reporting.
Amirapigglet via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 10/04/18
Kiwi gold
To anybody who didn’t give this five stars ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ is possible suffering from lead poisoning and a side affect being its affect on your brains capacity to know the difference between great and bad. It’s so nice how it is told in a straight to the point way. It grabs you in a way a great...Read full review »
Wake up Australia via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 08/22/18
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