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Two attorneys explore the dark side of human nature by detailing hardcore true crime homicide cases from around the world.
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Debbie Sue Carter knew she was in trouble.  Someone was at her home at 2:00 am that made her feel uncomfortable enough to call her friend to come to get her.  Before her friend left, Debbie called her back and told her not to come over.  The next day Debbie was found raped and murdered.  She had been brutalized with a ketchup bottle and her killer had written messages all over her body and apartment. Two men, Ronald Williamson and Dennis Fritz were convicted of the murder.  Twelve years later, they were exonerated and her real killer was brought to justice.  Listen to find out who tortured, raped, and murdered Debbie Sue Carter.Don't forget to follow us on your podcast app!You can help support us by becoming a member and get access to all of our exclusive online/members-only episodes.  Go to www.tntcrimes.com  www.patreon.com/tntcrimesIG: @tntcrimespodcastFacebook: @tntcrimespodcast
During a cold, wintery week in December 2002, brothers Reginald and Jonathan Carr decided to go on a crime spree that ended with 5 people dead and 2 others mentally scarred for life. The Carr Brothers’ final heinous act ended on December 15, where they shot 5 friends execution-style in a soccer field in Wichita, Kansas. The brothers failed to make sure their victims were all dead, and one of the women survived. The survivor told a traumatizing story of being raped, and forced rape between victims. If it wasn’t for this eyewitness, we may have never known all the details of the Wichita Massacre. Listen to this week's episode: The Wichita Massacre.Don't forget to hit the Subscribe/Follow Button-Want to get access Crimes & Consequences Online-Only Episodes?Go to www.tntcrimes.com or www.Patreon.com/tntcrimes to learn more.   Social Media:IG:  @tntcrimespodcastFacebook: @tntcrimespodcast
Almost every true crime addict knows about the infamous Louisiana serial killer Derrick Todd Lee.  However, most people have never heard of Louisiana’s other serial killer: Nathaniel Code.  Nathaniel Code had a unique ritual that linked him to at least eight murders but his true victim count is estimated to be double that amount.  What made his crimes so unique that even the FBI had never seen anything like that before?  Listen now to find out.Support us by going to Patreon.com/tntcrimes where you can get all exclusive online-only episodes.  You can also listen to the episodes on our website: www.tntcrimes.comFind us on Social Media:IG: @tntcrimespodcastFacebook: @tntcrimespodcastTwitter: @tntcrimes______ This week's promo is for LUMINOL ____IG: @luminolpod Episode Sources: https://www.timetoast.com/timelines/26746 
EP51: The Dark Strangler

EP51: The Dark Strangler

2020-09-2851:291

Earle Nelson was the first serial killer in the U.S. to get widespread media notoriety throughout the United States, Canada and Australia. During 1926-27, he killed at least 22 people, and most of them were classified as “sex murders”—meaning Earle derived sexual pleasure during the killing. Earle denied responsibility for the murders until his last dying breath—which was taken at the gallows of San Quentin Prison. Listen to this week’s episode to learn more about Earle’s depraved and horrendous crimes and what ultimately lead to his capture.Support us by going to Patreon.com/tntcrimes where you can get all exclusive online-only episodes.  You can also listen to the episodes on our website: www.tntcrimes.comFind us on Social Media:IG: @tntcrimespodcastFacebook: @tntcrimespodcastTwitter: @tntcrimes______ This week's promo is for REDRUM ____IG: @redrumtruecrime SOURCES: MURDERPEDIA.COM
Imagine being attacked and calling 911 during it.  Would you feel a spark of hope that you might be saved? Deanna Cook was on the phone with 911 for 17 minutes, but due to mishaps with the system, the police didn’t arrive until almost an hour later.  When they got there, no one came to the door, so they left.  Three days later her concerned family went to her house looking for her only to discover her body floating in the bathtub.  This is the heartbreaking story of the death of Deanna Cook. Support us by going to Patreon.com/tntcrimes where you can get all exclusive online-only episodes.  You can also listen to the episodes on our website: www.tntcrimes.comFind us on Social Media:IG: @tntcrimespodcastFacebook: @tntcrimesTwitter: @tntcrimes______ This week's promo is for Ghosttown ____IG: @ghosttownpod SOURCES: DATELINE AND THE COURT DOCUMENTS
In the late 1980s and early 1990s, the bodies of young women (many were believed to be sex workers) were showing up around the Lake Elsinore, California area. As the body count was piling up the police began to realize that they had a serial killer in the area. Each murder victim underwent unspeakable horrors—some of the women suffered greatly and their bodies evidenced this fact. When police finally tracked down a viable suspect, everything seemed to fall into place--especially when the killer had kept so many souvenirs of his victims. Listen to this week’s episode to find out about the horrible crimes of serial killer William Lester Suff.Support us by going to Patreon.com/tntcrimes where you can get all exclusive online-only episodes.  You can also listen to the episodes on our website: www.tntcrimes.comFind us on Social Media:IG: @tntcrimespodcastFacebook: @tntcrimesTwitter: @tntcrimes______ This week's promo is for Too Scary, Didn't Watch____IG: @TSDWPodcastTwitter: @TSDWpodcastWebsite: tooscarydidntwatch.com
In January of 2007, Channon Christian was a beautiful and intelligent 21-year-old sociology major whostudied at the University of Knoxville in Tennessee. She had been dating 23-year-old ChristopherNewsom for about two months when they decided to have dinner and then go to a party one Saturdaynight. They never made it to the party because they were carjacked at an apartment complex. Whattranspired after their kidnapping was one of the most brutal and horrific crimes that has ever occurredin Knoxville.  Listen to the horrific story of the deaths of Channon Christian and Christopher Newsom.Support us by going to Patreon.com/tntcrimes where you can get all exclusive online-only episodes.  You can also listen to the episodes on our website: www.tntcrimes.comDon't forget to subscribe to get weekly episode release updates.Social Media:IG: @tntcrimespodcastFacebook: @tntcrimespodcast----------------------------------------------------------Source: Knoxville’s Endless Nightmare by Mike Pelletier 
In May 1991, Sabina Kulakowski was found dead outside of her farmhouse, as it burned to the ground. She had been beaten, stabbed, strangled and there were bite marks all over her body. A week prior to her death, a man named Roy Brown had been released from jail after serving time making threats to the Cayuga County, New York Department of Human Services. Roy was Suspect #1, because had threatened to kill everyone at the office when his daughter had been taken from him and placed in foster care. Despite his arrest and conviction for Sabina’s death, Roy didn’t do it and had to solve her murder from behind bars, before he was released after serving 15 long years behind bars. Listen to this week’s episode to find out how Roy’s life changed after his wrongful conviction.  Help support us and get Members Only episodes, live episodes, bonus content and more by going to Patreon.com/tntcrimesVisit us on the web at https://tntcrimes.com where you can get exclusive episodes.Social Media:IG: @tntcrimespodcastFacebook: @tntcrimespodcastTwitter: @tntcrimes______________________________________This week's Promo: 90’s Crime TimeIG @90scrimetime Sources for Episode:https://cnycentral.com/news/local/roy-brown-wrongfully-convicted-in-cayuga-county-murder-passes-away-at-58 https://www.syracuse.com/news/2011/04/roy_brown_a_free_man_now_back.html https://www.nytimes.com/2007/01/24/nyregion/24brown.html https://www.law.umich.edu/special/exoneration/Pages/casedetail.aspx?caseid=3064 
On May 31, 2000, Nineteen-year-old Jill Behrman, went missing while riding her bike in Bloomington, Indiana. A local woman named Wendy Owings, and two of her shady friends confessed to 46 people that they murdered Jill. Wendy provided a detailed confession to the police and passed a polygraph test regarding her account of the crime. Wendy's confession lead the police to drain Salt River, where they found evidence corroborating her story; however, they didn't have enough to make an arrest and they still hadn't found Jill's body. Three years later, a hunter found Jill's remains in a densely overgrown wooded area and the entire case got turned upside down. The police no longer focused on Wendy and her friends, and instead arrested another local man, John Myers II. In 2006, he was tried, convicted, and sentenced to 65 years in prison. In 2019, his conviction was overturned. So who killed Jill Behrman? Help support us and get Members Only episodes, live episodes, bonus content and more by going to Patreon.com/tntcrimesVisit us on the web at https://tntcrimes.com where you can get exclusive episodes.Social Media:IG: @tntcrimespodcastFacebook: @tntcrimespodcastTwitter: @tntcrimes______________________________________This week's Promo: Join Holly and Carol from Fireside Phantoms for a campfire story of the weird, strange, spooky and macabre! Grab a cup of whiskey, and cuddle up for another tale of horror! https://firesidephantoms.comIG @firesidephantomsTwitter @firesidephans 
In the late 1990s, in and around Sacramento, California, James Daveggio and his girlfriend, Michelle Michaud were meth-heads that were obsessed with local serial killers, Gerald and Charlene Gallego. Determined to make their mark like their idols, James and Michelle began a path of destruction that began with committing heinous rape and incest crimes and ended with the torture and death of 21-year-old Vanessa Sampson. Listen to this week’s episode to hear all about the devastation caused by this monstrous duo.Help support us and get Members Only episodes, live episodes, bonus content and more by going to Patreon.com/tntcrimesVisit us on the web : https://tntcrimes.com where you can get exclusive episodes.Social Media:IG: @tntcrimespodcastFacebook: @tntcrimespodcastTwitter: @tntcrimes______________________________________Listen at the end for this week's promo of Murderish, an amazing true crime podcast.  Web: https://Murderish.comIG: Murderishpod 
In January of 2008, Denise Amber Lee was a 21-year-old stay-at-home mother to two young children living in North Port, Florida.   While Denise Lee's husband was at work, a man entered their home in the middle of the day and kidnapped her while she was watching her two boys.  Five people called 911 regarding the crime, one of those people was the victim, Denise Lee.  Listen to all the 911 calls and find exactly what transpired on that fateful day. If you like us, subscribe to us!Support us and get Online Only episodes by going to Patreon.com/tntcrimes or www.tntcrimes.comIG @tntcrimespodcastFacebook: @tntcrimespodcastSources and Special Thanks to: -Denise Amber Lee Foundation: https://www.deniseamberlee.org/en/Denises-Story -Dateline
EP43: Buried in a Box

EP43: Buried in a Box

2020-08-0345:411

In September 1981, in the idyllic village of Eiching, Bavaria, Germany, a 10-year-old girl named Ursula Herrmann was riding her bike home after having dinner at her aunt and uncle’s house. Ursula never made it back to her house and seemed to vanish into thin air. Her parents received two ransom notes and phone calls from the kidnappers but after they agreed to pay the ransom and were working out the details of the ransom drop, the communications suddenly stopped. Searchers, who were combing through the woods after Ursula had been missing for 19 days, found a strange wooden box buried in the woods. When they opened it, the mysterious disappearance of little Ursula only became more puzzling... SUBSCRIBE to us! Thank you!FOR EXCLUSIVE EPISODES AND CONTENT, GO TO PATREON.COM/TNTCRIMES If you like us, FOLLOW us!Twitter: @TnTcrimes Instagram: @TnTcrimespodcast Facebook: @TnTcrimespodcastVISIT US AT:www.TNTcrimes.comwww.TNTcrimes.com/members/www.Patreon.com/tntcrimesYouTube: TnT: Crimes & Consequences Sources:https://www.theguardian.com/news/2019/sep/24/ursula-herrmann-germany-kidnapping-mystery https://chaos.press/2019/08/29/a-dead-girl-buried-in-a-box-in-the-woods-part-2-crowdsourcing-the-ursula-herrmann-cold-case/
In the early ’80s Michael Ryan was the leader of a small group of followers who lived together on an 80-acre hog farm in Rulo, Nebraska. All of the group’s decisions were determined by what they referred to as “the arm test,” which was a means for God to speak to them. Michael, however, didn’t need to use the arm test, as he claimed God spoke directly to him in his mind. By 1985, some of the members began expressing their doubts in the arm test, which Michael said angered God. For the next few months, Michael came up with creative ways of brutalizing and torturing the doubters. This led to the cruel death of 5-year-old Luke Stice. Although Luke’s death was horrendous, it cannot compare to the systematic torture, degradation, and humiliation of James Thimm. Over a period of a few weeks, James was forced into bestiality, starved, and shot. But Michael decided that wasn’t punishment enough for James. So for three days Michael and his followers brutalized James in ways unimaginable. Death had to come as a relief for James because the cruelty this episode discusses is beyond comprehension. Warning: this episode is extremely graphic.SUBSCRIBE, Subscribe subscribe to us! Thank you!FOR EXCLUSIVE EPISODES AND CONTENT, GO TO PATREON.COM/TNTCRIMES If you like us, FOLLOW us!Twitter: @TnTcrimes Instagram: @TnTcrimespodcast Facebook: @TnTcrimespodcastVISIT US AT:www.TNTcrimes.comwww.TNTcrimes.com/members/www.Patreon.com/tntcrimesYouTube: TnT: Crimes & Consequences Sources:https://www.oxygen.com/deadly-cults/crime-time/yahweh-nebraska-farmers-cults-slavery-torture-sodomy-murder https://www.oxygen.com/deadly-cults/crime-time/former-cult-members-recall-grisly-details-of-sodomy-torture-murder-of-young https://www.chicagotribune.com/news/ct-xpm-1986-11-16-8603260250-story.html
EP41: The Bad Samaritan

EP41: The Bad Samaritan

2020-07-2037:461

On May 27, 1997, 18-year-old Jeremy Strohmeyer was playing games in the arcade of a hotel-casino in Primm, Nevada, about 40 miles south of Las Vegas.  While he is in the arcade, he notices 7-year-old Sherrice Iverson, who is running around the casino unsupervised.  Jeremy and Sherrice start playing hide-and-seek, and their game turns deadly for Sherrice when Jeremy follows her into the ladies’ bathroom. Jeremy’s best friend, David Cash, Jr., who had accompanied Jeremy to the casino that night, follows the two into the bathroom and witnesses the horrors that Sherrice experiences in the last few minutes of her life.  However, David does nothing about it.  Listen to this week’s episode to hear more about the crime and the aftermath caused by the “Bad Samaritan.”SUBSCRIBE, Subscribe subscribe to us! Thank you!FOR EXCLUSIVE EPISODES AND CONTENT, GO TO PATREON.COM/TNTCRIMES If you like us, FOLLOW us!Twitter: @TnTcrimes Instagram: @TnTcrimespodcast Facebook: @TnTcrimespodcastVISIT US AT:www.TNTcrimes.comwww.TNTcrimes.com/members/www.Patreon.com/tntcrimesYouTube: TnT: Crimes & ConsequencesSources:https://ir.lawnet.fordham.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?referer=https://www.google.com/&httpsredir=1&article=3587&context=flr https://www.latimes.com/archives/la-xpm-1999-oct-16-me-22996-story.html https://coffeeordie.com/homicide-detective-most-gruesome-case/ https://www.reviewjournal.com/crime/homicides/in-strohmeyer-case-bad-samaritan-david-cash-led-to-new-law/#:~:text=%E2%80%9CI'll%20(expletive),without%20pushback%20from%20his%20peers.
Love true crime? Hosts Talia and Tonya, two attorneys who love true crime too, detail terrifying cases of serial killers, murder mysteries, cold cases, and much more!  
EP40: Murphys Creek

EP40: Murphys Creek

2020-07-1353:172

In 1974, two Australian nursing students, Lorraine Wilson, and Wendy Evans decided to take some time off from their work and studies to travel around Australia.  Unfortunately for the young women, Lorraine’s car broke down in the middle of their vacation and the repair shop said would take over a week to fix it.  Undeterred, the two decided to hitchhike to Brisbane to spend a week with Lorraine’s sister.  As the days passed Lorraine began to grow more concerned that her car wouldn’t be fixed in time for both women to return to work on October 10, 1974.  On October 6, Lorraine and Wendy couldn’t wait any longer for Lorraine’s car to be done so the two set off on foot, hoping to hitchhike their way back home.  They never made it.  Lorraine’s aunt reported them missing on October 12, 1974, but it would take almost 40 years to discover the truth of what happened to these women.  Although there were at least a dozen bystanders that witnessed the crime and over 10 men who participated in the brutal rapes of the women, fear coupled with mistakes made by authorities, allowed the perpetrators to get away with murder and escape justice.   SUBSCRIBE, Subscribe subscribe to us! Thank you!FOR EXCLUSIVE EPISODES AND CONTENT, GO TO PATREON.COM/TNTCRIMES If you like us, FOLLOW us!Twitter: @TnTcrimes Instagram: @TnTcrimespodcast Facebook: @TnTcrimespodcastVISIT US AT:www.TNTcrimes.comwww.TNTcrimes.com/members/www.Patreon.com/tntcrimesYouTube: TnT: Crimes & Consequences Sources:Ricochet of Echoes by Eric Wilson 
On Friday, July 13, 1990, the body of 32-year-old Barbara George was found in the backroom of her comic book store in Clinton Township, Michigan. Initially, when she was found, it appeared that she had maybe suffered a heart attack or was fatally injured somehow. However, when she was transported to the hospital, a nurse found a bullet wound on her head that had been hidden by her thick hair. Unfortunately, due to lack of physical evidence and very little clues, Barbara’s murder remained unsolved until a cold case unit reignited the investigation and discovered an important clue that had been overlooked.SUBSCRIBE, Subscribe subscribe to us! Thank you!FOR EXCLUSIVE EPISODES AND CONTENT, GO TO PATREON.COM/TNTCRIMES If you like us, FOLLOW us!Twitter: @TnTcrimes Instagram: @TnTcrimes Facebook: @TnTcrimesVISIT US AT:www.TNTcrimes.comwww.TNTcrimes.com/members/www.Patreon.com/tntcrimesYouTube: TnT: Crimes & Consequences Sources:https://www.mlive.com/news/detroit/2011/11/michael_george_gets_life_in_pr.html https://www.macombdaily.com/news/comic-book-murder-figure-loses-appeal/article_67c64533-e4db-5dd0-b114-260f00346612.html http://www.nbcnews.com/id/24546594/ns/dateline_nbc-crime_reports/t/closing-book-comic-book-murder/ https://patch.com/michigan/clintontwp/dateline-nbc-revisits-comic-book-murder-case-in-clintfb5a7692ca LMep5APKbl9dZBN9Bg36
In 2004, a film class at Hope College in Holland, Michigan, set out to make a documentary on the 1978 cold case murder of 22-year-old Janet Chandler. Janet was known by her family to be a conservative woman of strong Christian faith and morals, but an investigation into her murder showed there was another side to Janet that she kept hidden from her parents. On a cold January night, while working as the front clerk at the Blue Mill Inn Hotel, Janet was kidnapped. Two days later her naked, brutalized body was found buried in the snow. For almost 30 years, at least 25 witnesses were able to keep secret the horrific details of the last 17 hours of Janet's life. The betrayal, humiliation, and brutality of this crime can not be understated.SUBSCRIBE, Subscribe subscribe to us! Thank you!FOR EXCLUSIVE EPISODES AND CONTENT, GO TO PATREON.COM/TNTCRIMES If you like us, FOLLOW us!Twitter: @TnTcrimes Instagram: @TnTcrimes Facebook: @TnTcrimesVISIT US AT:www.TNTcrimes.comwww.TNTcrimes.com/members/www.Patreon.com/tntcrimesYouTube: TnT: Crimes & Consequences Sources:https://www.heraldpalladium.com/localnews/woman-details-murder-plans/article_8ce43ef7-d757-5813-9a50-bdf9f3885ce3.html http://www.delayedjustice.com/ https://ellenkilloran.substack.com/p/the-misappearance-of-steven-kubacki-f4a 
EP37: The Prodigal Son

EP37: The Prodigal Son

2020-06-2246:522

December 10, 2003 was supposed to be an evening of a wonderful celebration for the Whitaker family.  The family was celebrating the upcoming college graduation of the eldest son, Bart, and the family went to a popular Sugar Land, Texas eatery called Pappadeaux to start the festivities.  When the family returned home, however, they were met with unspeakable terror--there was a man in their home whose plan was to rob the home then execute them all.  When police arrived on the scene, they started to notice the robbery looked staged, and when they started to dig around in Bart’s background, they found things that just didn’t add up to what appeared to happen that night in December. The police would discover a plan that was over two years in the making about a son whose greed for money was more important to him than his own family.SUBSCRIBE, Subscribe subscribe to us! Thank you!FOR EXCLUSIVE EPISODES AND CONTENT, GO TO PATREON.COM/TNTCRIMES If you like us, FOLLOW us!Twitter: @TnTcrimes Instagram: @TnTcrimes Facebook: @TnTcrimesVISIT US AT:www.TNTcrimes.comwww.TNTcrimes.com/members/www.Patreon.com/tntcrimesYouTube: TnT: Crimes & Consequences Sources:Savage Son by Cory Mitchell
In the summer of 1984, 14-year-old Kenny Myers left his home to go for a bike ride when he failed to return, his mother reported him missing.  His strangled body was found 30 miles away in a park.  A year later, 13-year-old Shawn Moore disappeared while riding his bike and like Kenny, his body was found decomposed two weeks later, 150 miles from his house.  Other teen boys reported being kidnapped in a similar fashion, but after their assaults, they were released.  Tips began pouring in and eventually the killer, 26-year-old Ronald Bailey, was arrested.   His background showed a history of kidnapping and homosexual rapes, starting when he was only 13 years old.    Eventually, Ronald opened up to FBI forensic profiler John Douglas about how he chose his victims and his method of murder.  Ronald killed boys that reminded him of his younger self.  He rationalized that If he could kill his teen self, then he could prevent the monster he grew up to be from hurting others.   No one will know the true count of Ronald’s murdered victims, but authorities are convinced Shawn and Kenny weren’t the only ones.SUBSCRIBE, Subscribe subscribe to us! Thank you!FOR EXCLUSIVE EPISODES AND CONTENT, GO TO PATREON.COM/TNTCRIMES If you like us, FOLLOW us!Twitter: @TnTcrimes Instagram: @TnTcrimes Facebook: @TnTcrimesVISIT US AT:www.TNTcrimes.comwww.TNTcrimes.com/members/www.Patreon.com/tntcrimesYouTube: TnT: Crimes & Consequences Sources: The Livingston Daily PressThe Livingston PostJourney into Darkness by John Douglas
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Draakje 82

what a horrible case. did not hear it before.

Oct 12th
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Mike H

It's hard to believe that human beings can do this to each other. Pure evil of the lowest type.

Oct 12th
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Mike H

We ALL judge. Saying "I'm not judging" doesn't change that. Otherwise, another great episode.

Sep 30th
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Mike H

On the "stealing the 401k" she may have talking him into cashing his in for something she wanted before dumping him.

Sep 1st
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Mike H

Not only evil to the core, these two were sick as it gets. Hard to imagine people being this warped.

Aug 31st
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ID19479856

Dude, this is freaking awesome!!! You guys rock, seriously! I love the fact that you provide so many details yet keep it simple! You girls bring the case to life, and I can’t get enough! Keep crushing it!

Aug 20th
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Alana Capelj

Great podcast! So glad I found this amazing podcast!!! Most of these stories I’ve never heard before, keep up the good work!

Aug 20th
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BreeAnna Branson

this 911 operater has me red hot with fury! She has to be the dumbest person!! Harolds daughter literally talked to the 911 operater fpr 2 seconds and they knew what to do!

Aug 10th
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Samantha Hyatte

first time hearing your podcast, it's great. subscribed :)

Aug 8th
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Arelilly

I love this podcast!! It feels like my friend or someone I know is telling me this story! And I like how it’s in sequential order so you can really get a full understanding. Some of the things these criminals do is indeed horrifying but some things are just plain stupid and laughable! I’ve recommended this to my friends !

Aug 1st
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ID19305203

What in the world are these narrators chuckling about? Super insensitive and childish. Especially since the details warn about extreme graphic content. “hog market”...really? That was funny to you? Completely loathe people who are not taking their podcasts seriously. Goofing around and being sarcastic. Complete garbage and can’t get into the story because of the clowns reading at story time. Stop the laughing and nonchalant banter because you will lose listeners and will not grow your podcast audience...good bye and good riddance...sheesh.

Jul 31st
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Brooke Venning

omg it's really annoying that she makes her sentences sound like questions.

Jul 31st
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Molly X

Did you say “supposeably”????

Jul 27th
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Draakje 82

so sad that the girls probably thought multiple times that someone would help them, with all those people that drove by.

Jul 15th
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Draakje 82

really liked it that I never heard of this case before.

Jun 16th
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hamptonsjoy

I usually lean towards more 'news-reporty', less chatty true crime pods but I have to say I truly enjoy listening to these ladies. I love the off the cuff reactions to the details of the story. I find myself reacting almost exactly the same way! Their accents are awesome, too! Love, Love, Love them!

May 29th
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Lorie Merrill

these girls are so juvenile. .never listening again. nothing about these stories a comical!

Mar 14th
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Melissa Pendergrass

loved it!!

Feb 4th
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D&K

cool a new true crime podcast

Jan 28th
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Nick Sabbagh

yo nick feom circuit court filing room ....GREAT JOB...SUBSCRIBED FO LIFE YO!!!!

Oct 31st
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