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Pillow Talk Productions
Loose Units: The Podcast
The true crime book Loose Units, out now through Penguin Publishing (and in bookstores everywhere), had one thing it couldn't do: it couldn't fit everything. So each week, Paul and John will sit down and delve into cases too surreal, brief or contentious to fit into the book.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.7 stars from 1,997 ratings
Five stars
Mel from nsw via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 10/20/20
Love this podcast BUT!!!!
Please Paul let your dad talk without all the interruptions!... when it’s a riveting subject and we the listeners want all the info you break the thread of the story! I can’t listen to some of these stories as they are just too gruesome!
Clabady via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 10/19/20
This is drivel. I can’t listen. It’s story telling at a non scientific, grotesque and .... there is an Aussie word. It’s starts with w and ends in k. Awful.
trexmonster via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 10/15/20
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