The writing is irresponsible, negligent, and frankly creepy.
The writer’s reimagining of each killing mirrors a portal in the very issue of its content. The dramatization and verbiage of this very sensitive subject is not only unintelligent, it’s creepy. Complete lack of empathy and reasonable reporting. So often talking about how handsome the killer is and how much the women want his attention. Mind you the victims are often children and teens. Calling them tinyboppers. Talking so much about what they wear. How easily they are victimized. The writer takes the liberty to explain how the deceased women actually feel and respond during their murder. What is that? Honing in on the creepiest made up details for the sake of entertainment. As an avid true crime podcast listener, this production was as distasteful as it comes.A D-list romanticized fluff of real events. Embarrassing at best. Gross in execution. Stick to the facts. The objectifying of women by these writers is frightful. Do better or do something else.
McGuffog via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/21/22
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I love true crime podcasts and this one has to be the best so far. It’s done so well. Can hardly wait for more episodes!
ElleJayTeeToo via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/06/20
I really like the back ground and hearing how the crimes get muddied with other issues. Puts a good perspective of the time as to why people could get away with so much yet seem like they are so obvious.
PunkinGirl824 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 03/05/20
I’ve always been intrigued by this whole story. I can’t wait to hear more!!!!
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