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The Serial Killer Podcast
TSK is the podcast dedicated to exploring the serial killer phenomenon. Who the killers were, what they did and how. The show makes a significant effort into exploring the serial killers' background, especially their childhood and youth. It goes into detail in the killers' development, and describes the murders in graphic detail to give the listener a truthful understanding of who these killers really were and the extent of their criminal behavior. The show is produced and hosted by Thomas Wiborg-Thune. He is a 37 year old Norwegian living in the Norwegian capital city of Oslo. The show...
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4.2 stars from 1,767 ratings
One of my favorite podcasts
TSKP is one of my favorite podcasts. He covers serial killers all over the world, even some less infamous ones. Some podcasts go way too much into the lives and details of the killer or victim. Thomas has a good balance. His shows are just the right length.
5P1T via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/20/19
Unlistenable
The accent... way too over the top
Curtis Singleton via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 08/20/19
I love this podcast and even if you don’t like it you don’t have to be cruel to the narrator he has an accent so what? I read reviews and before you say that the host is dracula think of how he would feel when he reads the cruel things you say about him.
7-: via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/19/19
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