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This is one of my favorite podcasts. The episodes keep my attention. They contain a very thoughtful examination of the crime. Sometimes I want to scream at my phone when I’m listening.
I really enjoyed Season 1, and the story of the eneptitude of the local sheriff's office dealing with Jacob Wetterling's disappearance was very good......BUT Season 2's story of Curtis Flowers is even better. Our legal system is so flawed!
Both seasons had me on the edge on my chair at work! The way it was told and the actual interviews makes it so addicting. At one time I actually had to turn it off because it got me emotionally stressed out but that’s a good thing....
The subject matter has been compelling. The reporting at times less so. Sometimes it felt like listening to a high school project and not a professional production. At times I wasn’t sure where they were heading and sure enough when they got to where they got to they weren’t sure either. They were committed and enthusiastic and put their hearts into these productions and for that they should be commended. Time is a great teacher.
A must-listen; the best journalism and story telling.
I love this podcast. We need to help these helpless people in the face of INJUSTICE! These corrupt legal systems has to stop!
I really struggled listening to this. I a sympathetic to the arguments presented: prosecutor is racist, black guy probably didn’t get a fair trial etc. however, she never supplied any exculpatory evidence! She always characterized people as white or black and when a white individual said something racist (in the Deep South by the way) she spent 15 minutes railing on him/her; when a black individual said something similar she agreed with it and continued. I enjoyed listening and that’s why it gets three stars but seriously? Guess what sometimes black juries are more sympathetic to black defendants and guess what else so do white people. If you can’t provide ANY exculpatory evidence personal preferences are GOING to carry the day. That happened here it’s a shame but all you convinced me of was that the prosecutor needs to be disbarred, not that the individual in question was innocent.
This is top-notch reporting. We need more investigative reporting like this.
Tracy B C
I’ve listened to all of season 1 and half of season 2 and this is by far my new favorite podcast. The stories are haunting and extremely well reported. Season 2 is baffling and infuriating at the injustice the narrator is unraveling - I can only hope that this dedication and work unfolding this story gets a clearly innocent man off of death row and the DA and his investigator behind bars!!!
Well developed podcast that covers a good range of information. Really interesting!
The subject matter is unsettling and an unfortunate reality of the cesspool of terrible people. But this podcast goes beyond that and focus' on the those who investigate major crimes. Fantastic podcast
A great true crime podcast that delves into the disappearance of Jacob Wetterling and happens to coincide with the timely confession by the murderer this past summer. It's even paced, non-sensationalized and really goes into the bigger picture of why the murderer was able to get away with it for so long.
Even if Chuck Norris is entirely tied with metal chains, he'll still kick your ass
Both seasons of In The Dark have left me wanting more and incredibly impressed at the reporting of Madeline Baran. Madeline’s matter of fact, clear, concise reporting is easy to follow and hard to stomach with its straightforward honesty and her ability to ask people (mostly law enforcement) hard questions. I’ve listened to all the true crime podcasts I can get my hands on and this one is outstanding. I take my hat off to Madeline and her fellow reporters on the podcast, and I look eagerly forward to what they have coming up next.
Definitely worth subscribing too. Might make you upset at what can happen when the justice system relies on flawed investigations, prejudice or individuals more interested in defending their position than in getting things right.
I really liked the stye of both seasons. It felt like this podcast focused on the human cost of two extreme types of terrible flawed investigations. Season one is the cost of a bungled investigation that might have been able to prevent tragedy. Season two is also a bungled investigation, but of a different sort; a DA with an apparent vendetta absolutely set on seeing one person convicted, going to whatever lengths necessary. It is an exploration of the racial policitics of 1990s Mississipi and provides context for the history and experience of those in the area. I binged both seasons over a weekend. Utterly compelling, brilliant journalism. This is a different type of true crime podcast than fixating on gory details. The level of research and thought put into each episode is stunning.
Turn the light on instead of being in the dark just not a very intriguing show GB
Wow, utterly mind numbing. Well investigated and highlights serious issues that must be addressed. This case must be cleared up and all evidence must be presented to the jury. We must not condemn someone to death without absolute proof and should be investigating the investigators in this particular case. I sincerely hope Curtis gets a fair trial, and if found not guilty he and his family should be recompensed for the rest of their lives. Without question DA and his Henchmen should be removed from this case and possibly their jobs and investigated thoroughly. I feel sick for the injustices which have been flagged up and very sorry for all the innocent people who have been misled thus far. Keep up the good work with your podcasts. GB
I loved season one of this podcast it was so engaging and well put together. I enjoyed the style of presenting and have high hopes for season 2 GB
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