I actually don't mind the content of this podcast, as I, like many others, am secretly obsessed with the grotesque! When they get into the stories and actually tell a cohesive story, I enjoy the narrative. But I am unsubscribing. My biggest complaint is that I am tired of their millennial whining ("oh my goddddd someone is going to totallyyyyy murder us now, I could never live on the ground floor", how many times do you have to repeat this?!) and vocal fry ("Totalyyyyyyy....." was said in the last podcast I listened to at least a dozen times, seriously Google vocal fry and you won't be able to unhear). Listen, I too am a millennial-age female, but I can't take it, this podcast is like listening to the cast of HBO "Girls" self-absorbedly discussing murders ("like, this murder is totallyyyyy freakkyyyy, how can I make it about meeee and my insecurities? OMG this murder was in LA 30 years ago? I live in LA! Don't murder me in my not-ground-floor apartment guysssss!"). I like the content, and I may come back in a few months to see if they have improved. I am, however, going to subscribe to a podcast they've mentioned a couple of times now to see if it is truly what I seek (called The Last Podcast on the Left). Georgia and Karen, don't stop what you are doing! Just refine it, make it listenable.Read full review »
zoeyramone via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/19/16
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I get in trouble when listen to episodes in work, as laugh so hard. Me and my friends have always loved grim murder stories and Karen and Georgia say the sort of inappropriate things we do. Only publicly. It's oddly comforting.Read full review »
OhBilly3D via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 01/26/16
My co-worker and I joke that our husbands could never murder us because we know all the stories of husbands murdering their wives. This podcast is like listening to conversations with my co-worker where we pour over the most recent morbid tale we've found. Thank you for sharing all things...Read full review »
firdncer via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/25/16
Two funny and charming ladies on the grizzliest of topics. It's like being at the cocktail party they describe in the first episode where most people would be put off by the topic, but people like me are only drawn to the conversation.Read full review »
TVBrain via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/18/16
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