Favorite true crime podcast
I’ve tried listening to most of the true crime podcasts I can find and this is by far my favorite. David is thorough and insightful. His comments and thought process are what help guide the listener through the story. Without it, it would simply be a montage of sound bites or a string of facts that I could simply look up online. He is respectful and aware of social issues, and he tries to do what’s right, both ethically and for the victim’s families. He is professional and purposeful in not jumping to conclusions or making subjective statements, which many other podcasts do, completely destroying their credibility and losing my interest. A star in the field of investigative reporting.
Keijikazu via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 02/11/19
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A very interesting podcast. The journalist/narrator puts more of himself and his emotions into the story than is usual with this type of investigation. That said, it's interesting to hear his perspective. At times I'm conflicted as to the sincerity of his poetics - though it feels honest, it's...Read full review »
AndyistheMoorest via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 03/21/16
Thank you for sharing this story and others like it. I pray you continue to find the strength to tell this stories others with compassion, empathy in the pursuit of answers for all of us.
Jason Lorenz via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/28/16
They have promoted this as Serial-type True Crime investigative reporting, but make no mistake this is another pretentious, CBC snooze-fest. There is NO investigation or reporting in this very boring podcast. There is no case. Four episodes in, and there is no evidence any crime was committed...Read full review »
Fresno Layshaft via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 03/24/16
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