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The Generation Why Podcast released its first episode in 2012 and pioneered the true crime genre in the podcasting world. Two friends, Aaron & Justin, break down theories and give their opinions on unsolved murders, controversies, mysteries and conspiracies.

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lizzyb

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Oct 19th
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Heidi Hocking

there is no difference between a sociopath and a psychopath. they're synonyms according to Bob hare who coined the term psychopath and developed the assessment for diagnosis. we should just stop using the word sociopath all together. it just causes confusion and dumb arguments.

Oct 14th
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Ashlea Larimore

Heidi Hocking agreed!

Oct 16th
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Vivian Lawrence

Heidi Hocking That depends on which position you're from... Criminologists say that the only difference is that a psychopath has killed, a sociopath has not. Criminal psychology says that there's no difference at all, but that the entire construct is just a social label for non clinical lay people to use. Clinical and medically trained psychologists or psychiatrists say that BOTH labels are a load of nonsense, that they're just legal or social names, very much like the legal term insanity. They view each individual as having varying degrees of true antisocial tendencies, with narcissistic traits, and a general lack of empathy for others.

Oct 15th
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JoAnne Adomavicia

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Oct 14th
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JoAnne Adomavicia

Joanne Marie hinman adomaviciajr5760pr@yahoomail.com

Oct 14th
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lizzyb

maybe Steven Avery is a sexual predator. He has a violent history and he had a long incarceration, whivh does change a man. But, i think he was a bad seed from the start....

Oct 10th
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Kymmjellybean

This has been the most infuriating story! I've heard it from other sources, but the 911 is an idiot of all idiots.

Sep 27th
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Cristian C

this is funk up horrible

Sep 20th
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Dana Jarrett

it's me I'm right here

Sep 18th
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Dana Jarrett

sebastian's sister is stupid but hot, sebastian's exgirlfriend is stupid but not hot;

Sep 17th
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Edie Thomas

Amanda Gueye they are only doing it to bump their own stupid (and not hot) comment

Oct 18th
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Dana Jarrett

Amanda Gueye i agree

Sep 17th
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Melissa Olund

This episode is pretty disappointing.

Sep 12th
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lil john

armando morles is from a gang that is from Fresno, CA..and didn't this happen in Washington DC? so I can't see the connection between them..

Sep 9th
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Ken Fulcher

lil john says he killed other women in the area

Sep 10th
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Stephen Mccleary

an owl attack.... maybe on a small mammal but not a human in a house with one feather. that's absurd!

Sep 7th
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Kaye-Louise Henshall

I was in London recently and saw the missing poster for Andrew💫

Aug 25th
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Aetherflow

I'm no expert, but I did read about it on the web, so heres my biased, unprofessional opinion.

Aug 24th
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baytiff

his decision to drive to a different Jack in the Box doesn't come off as weird to me. if I left to cool down after an argument with my wife, I would probably opt to drive than sit in a long line. the long line waiting offers too much down time to think, where as driving could be a better distraction.

Aug 20th
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Emily Anne

I found this podcast randomly, and I have been hooked ever since!!! 💜

Jul 9th
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Chesia Giancola

what about an owl attack? There have been cases where owl attack have lead to suspicious looking deaths.

Jul 4th
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true crime addict

maybe it's totally the opposite and she is chasing someone, or looking for someone, she hits all the buttons to stop on all the floors, they make a noise, she gets out...the rest is history. looks like she was playing to me.

Jun 25th
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Kit /ten

First off, I loved this episode. I also want to thank you because a lot of people don't handle the topic of schizophrenia delicately and like to paint people who have it out as monsters, but I think you two were very just in the way you discussed it. My mom struggles with schizoaffective disorder which has almost all of the symptoms experienced with schizophrenia except that it is accompanied by bipolar disorder. She has bouts of severe paranoia when she's off her medicine so I agree with your theory of Mathias being paranoid and scared whenever Shones called out for help. That lines up perfectly with what a lot of people go through when they have these bouts of psychosis. I wanted to add a little bit of personal anecdote but the paranoia is almost contagious at times, even if you have no mental health issues and even if you know that it is irrational. There is one specific time that my mom had me so absolutely convinced that my house was bugged even though I knew it was completely unfounded. Perhaps Mathias had been dealing with these feelings all day or for the past few weeks and it may have worn on them. Although we'll never be able to know for sure, I think that is a very fitting reason for them to have run away from the car or refuse to acknowledge Shones. Anyway, I love the podcast. Thanks again.

Jun 18th
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Dramafarmer

Kit /ten Well put. I've also been in situations where paranoia is contagious, especially if you are already feeling stressed, or in an unfamiliar area. Getting lost in the woods is fraught with danger, whether real or suggested.

Jun 25th
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sarqh

This episode was faschinating. How can a case be so clear and so unclear at the same time? I totaly agree with them about the "spray tan-defence" at first seeming way too silly to hold up but hey, it may actually hold up in the end. Great episode.

May 22nd
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