The most fascinating part, isn’t even the story being told!
The host did a great job remaining impartial and presenting the evidence uncovered. However, this story has all the hallmarks of textbook narcissistic sociopathic tendencies. And if this is in fact the case, which I highly suspect that it is, this means there is not a single empathetic bone in this individual’s body, this human is not capable of having any feelings at all. This is made very evident by the inability to forge genuine relationships with anyone in her life. She latches on to people who are broken and have low self esteem, she leaches off of them until they are of no further use to her. Each time she expresses emotion, it is parroted based off others who are reacting around her. There is no doubt in my mind that she masterminded this murder. We did not hear the truth in this podcast but we never will because she is not a person capable of being honest. Trying to understand ‘the why’ or ‘the how’ is a futile effort. And the biggest mistake that can be made would be trying to investigate and understand this case through a lens of sanity. There is no amount of logic, natural human behavior, or emotional attachment assumption that can be applied because this individual does not operate within those realms. I typically do not love a story without a clear and concise ending but this podcast was an excellent example of the different depths of the human psyche and the destruction that just one morally and mentally corrupt person can bring to countless families. In my opinion, the only humane thing she has ever done, although unintentional, was give her son up, so that he was not destined to live a life filled with manipulation and devastation. I do not think this was meant to be a horror story but it is! It is absolutely fascinating but beyond terrifying that we are walking around in the same world amongst individuals like her.
Cbell84 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/10/24
More reviews of Beyond All Repair
Solid journalism, definitely on the side criminal justice reform, so you think we have a perfect system then you won’t like this… but do you really think it’s perfect?
Mhobart via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/15/23
Very well edited, researched and produced. So glad it was recommended to me!
blhm2 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/14/23
A very interesting window into the story of Jacob Wideman as well as the injustices within the criminal system. After just listening to the coldest case in Laramie, I was surprised to accidentally come across this story mentioned in that podcast. I found the story to be very captivating. I think...Read full review »
Dels95 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 05/23/23
Do you host a podcast?
Track your ranks and reviews from Spotify, Apple Podcasts and more.
See hourly chart positions and more than 30 days of history.
Get Chartable Analytics »