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The Modern Meltdown
Weird Crap in Australia
Australia is a land of many people, beautiful landscapes and culture. But behind the tourist commercial is an unexplained strangeness. Join Matthew and Holly each week as they discuss legends of Outback serial killers, UFO's and Monsters lurking in the bush.
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Ratings & Reviews
2.9 stars from 12 ratings
One of my regular podcasts
One of the regular podcasts I listen to. As with other podcasts, I don’t listen to every episode but just the topics that interest me. I like the storytelling aspect interspersed with discussion. Some of these reviews seem like trolling, if you don’t like the hosts you don’t need to listen....Read full review »
Mel 333 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 11/29/21
The hosts are incredibly naive and with little life experience, use a lot of guesswork rather than researching their content. They base a lot of “facts” purely on their own (lack of) life experience. Switched it off 5 minutes in.
Trollgoddess777 via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 03/31/21
Made me wanna vomit listening to these two idiots. I hope they never breed. The world doesn’t need anything created by them.
tiptoethruthetulips via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 02/28/21
Recent Episodes
In the late 1980s, a man single-handedly led a 14-month reign of terror on the elderly population of Sydney, attacking women in broad daylight with a hammer, stealing their purses and running away. With a clear signature, the Granny Killer sought out elderly women he thought would make an easy...
Published 11/29/21
Published 11/29/21
In the late 1980s, a man single-handedly led a 14-month reign of terror on the elderly population of Sydney, attacking women in broad daylight with a hammer, stealing their purses and running away. With a clear signature, the Granny Killer sought out elderly women he thought would make an easy...
Published 11/22/21
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