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The first season about Jacob Wetterling was pretty decent. There were a lot of interesting facts and illumination of some of the investigation’s missteps. Season 2 is just a train wreck though. The idea of trying to figure out why a man has been tried seven times is, in theory, interesting, but it is unfortunately botched by a super obvious agenda of Madeleine wanting to show the incompetence of law enforcement The most ridiculous moment in Season 2 is when she finds a document that points to another suspect and then she precisely narrates how she writes “Who is this man?” and then circles it with highlighter. Okay, we got ourselves a real super sleuth here folks. 😑 The writing and narration was never as bad in Season 1.
This podcast is fantastic; you’ll learn a lot.
This podcast is crazy good. The narrator does her research to get all sides of the story, let everyone be heard, and just provide the facts. The current case against Curtis Flowers is just sad to listen to. I’m in disbelief that a state could let this prosecutor get away with this crap! He does not seem to present a professional case and cares about his ego and pride more than the actual facts and evidence. I feel awful for Curtis and hope he finds justice. I’m so disgusted by the actions of the state in this case and it makes me literally sick to my stomach that such racism can still exist today.
Excellent podcast that was very well produced. The story of Curtis Flowers is gripping and I was hooked after episode 1. It’s shocking to me to see the length at which the DA went to in this case to get what he wanted. Being from Canada it is hard for me to relate to the deep seeded racism that show itself in this case. The DA played ever dirty trick in the book...lies, hidden evidence, scare tactics, bribing witnesses,etc. I sure hope Curtis is freed, and Doug Evans gets taken to task.
Excellent podcast, thought provoking!
Start with season 2 and you’ll love it.
This podcast is amazing. I binged listened to season 1 and 2 and they are both amazing. The investigative work done by the journalists involved was above and beyond. During the first episode I was sure Curtis Flowers was guilty from all the evidence provided by the prosecution, but as you listen, Madeline systematically rips apart the prosecutions case, with her own detective work. I am now 95% sure Mr. Flowers has been wrongly tried for murder 6 times. I look forward to seeing how the Supreme Court rules on this case.
I’m not even pro police, but I am bugged by the constant use of the word “cops”. That seems unprofessional and slanted. They are police officers. Give them their due. You wouldn’t want to be coined as “fake news.” But I like the podcast.
One of the best investigative journalistic podcast. I'm so happy season 2 is coming.
The host, production, story (and the direction it takes) are all amazing. Can't wait to hear more.
This series had me captivated and drawn in emotionally. As a mother, this is a scenario we fear. Well done
Just finished Season 2 and the integrity and storytelling of this show is profound.
You can tell how much work they put into investigating this case. Kudos!
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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.
In the dark was a fascinating journey into the systemic failures of the sheriff system in relation to the case reviewed. It's almost like a root cause analysis. Whilst distressing to hear about the suffering of so many people, it has been done with integrity.
I found this podcast highly enjoyable,. Madeleine Baran is a fantastic host, and I really can't wait for another season! I keep checking back for updates. Highly recommend this one, especially if you like stories of how an unsolved crime ends up getting solved. This one took an interesting turn too, with more focus on how the police investigation had many flaws which may have contributed to the case having remained unsolved for so long.
Very interesting and insightful this podcast delved deeper than the crime itself to the broader more far reaching consequences.
This is one of the best true crime podcasts I have ever heard. It's beautifully written and narrated. As they uncover new evidence the facts ore presented, and they are a devastating indictment of institutional racism in Mississippi. The reporter gives nothing away verbally of her own feelings, but the suppressed anger and sadness in her voice is evident. When she and Parker are interviewing the villains of the story, they remain calm and politet at all times whilst shooting some pristine bullet-like questions. This is not just a true crime podcast but an investigation into the deeply embedded and explicit racism still present in the communities in the deep south. Important political journalism. Thank you. GB
Truly outstanding investigation, writing, and true stories. Jaw dropping at times and moving. Thank you for your courage and integrity. GB
This is an awesome podcast, well researched, greatly presented! Love this! GB
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