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Atlanta Monster

Atlanta Monster

Author: iHeartRadio & Tenderfoot TV

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From the producers of Up and Vanished and HowStuffWorks, Atlanta Monster aims to tell the true story of one of Atlanta’s darkest secrets, almost 40 years later.
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Jaymes Moynihan

bet none of these episodes describe John n Douglases profile though right??? nooo, because that would only ruin the conspiracy theory this podcast likes to fuel. Douglases profile o. his was dead on PERFECT, this is just the same tired argument people always use in these situations..." he was a scapegoat" " he was innocent" blah blah...such nonsense...and all of the neighbors and families testimony in these episodes mean absolutely nothing!!! Ted Bundy's family and friends said everything these people are saying,....it means nothing when the evidence and expert profile points to ONE person....this Podcast is complete nonsense and built on bad information and speculation.. NOT FACT.

Nov 28th
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Blake Spencer

Did that guy just think he was clever asking us a quiz question If you'd rather have 99 or 100 percent of humans die?

Oct 27th
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Blake Spencer

This guy remembered east west directions for the driver directions but he didn't remember his answer for what he threw in the river. Weird.

Oct 26th
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Bryan22

Blake Spencer I was just thinking the same thing. he remembers clearly so much of what he said , and was extremely confident in what he remembered. but couldn't remember what he said about what he dropped in the river.

Dec 7th
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Tony D

the bulgrary analogy was telling lol...

Oct 24th
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Tony D

this podcast is not even close to good journalism. albeit it is interesting to hear all this made up bs. that said, the fact remains: the pattern of killing 6-10 year old boys every ten days stopped when this guy got put in jail

Oct 24th
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Tony D

this guy you are interviewing is full of what makes the grass grow green. adds 3 inches and 50 pounds to the victim saying "no way he killed him" then he refers Payne to a guy that is serving a life sentence for hiring a hitman hahaha. joke payne. absolute joke

Oct 24th
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Stan

1st to comment, bee-atch!

Oct 23rd
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James Bradford

guilty

Oct 22nd
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Dianna W

body was dragged out of the chattahoochee river. how insensitive!

Oct 19th
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Dianna W

these guys with the dry sticky voices seriously need to sip on water while talking. i didn't realize how much that bothers me.

Oct 19th
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hershey carter

didn't he say previously in the podcasts that when they tried to call the number to check they might have dialed ther wrong number because his handwriting was bad? he said his 4's and 9's looked similar. but he now says it's all his mother's handwriting. check it out

Oct 17th
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Juan Shanks

dang idk anymore did he do it did he not

Sep 25th
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Juan Shanks

dang it is a cover up

Sep 24th
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Alisha D

damn good series

Sep 23rd
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Spencer Roper

I like the two narrators. Their way of speaking makes it not boring and I like the true crime aspect

Sep 15th
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Thurman

Wayne Williams maybe guilty of some of the crimes but I don’t think he did all of them. Williams was used as a “scapegoat” because he fit the narrative. They had already made up in their minds of the killer(profiled). After Williams was publicly convicted the murders didn’t stop. The news trucks and reporters just left. But the world was MADE to CARE for a moment. But the killer and/or killers remained free just like they always have throughout history.

Sep 14th
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Julie Gatesman

did the murders stop after he was in prison????

Sep 13th
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Susan Lewis

Julie Gatesman They did

Oct 27th
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Cynthia Osborne

I haven't listened to The Atlanta Monster but after Williams was locked up, did the murders of boys stop?

Sep 12th
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Ian Nai

just more black people complaining about white people.......

Aug 13th
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Tony D

Victory Sober Living "just. don't" lol. shut up

Nov 15th
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Victory Sober Living

Xiao Forrest Ian has a right to his opinion. Just. Dont.

Nov 13th
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James Kirby

I 😘

Aug 12th
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