Debra Newell, the inspiration for the podcast “Dirty John,” shares how she learned her husband John was not the man he presented himself to be, and what ...
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Dirty John Reviews
Scary as hell! Loved the story. Well told and post interview was excellent
That woman is so sad and weak. All of that proof and she still....omg please let me never be this weak and pathetic in my 50’s when I’m desperate for love.
Riveting! And loved the women - especially Jacqueline and Tara.
I listen to podcasts while walking my dog...the month I discovered this one I clocked 260 kms! Disturbing story and well told.
Such a creepy story. It really goes to show how love can be blind. A lesson in trusting the instincts of people close to you!
One episode would have been adequate to cover the whole story. The scenery-chewing quality of the writing made me loathe myself for listening to the whole thing. LA Times’ editors need to care more about the output of their writers.
Absolutely addictive and so relatable no matter what social class! We’ve all seen these types of men, but it’s nice to see the victim come out on top or shall I say victims! Debra shows amazing poise and vulnerability to share her amazing story! Loved this and that show!
So ...John says he is an Anesthesiologist.....a doctor. We find out that he is a nurse anesthetist-way different. So when the daughters got suspicious all they had to do was “google” John to see if he was an MD or call the State medical board. then they hire a PI who doesn't check credentials first thing. That alone just made the rest of the episodes become a fiction. And Debbie - you need serious therapy.....no man is worth your dignity, your family and your money.
I finally caved to the hype and I just don’t get it. Story is completely predictable if you’ve ever watched Ncis, csi, forensic files, etc you already know the story. The daughters as narrators was a terrible idea. They don’t have the voice or vocabulary for this. It’s like listening to teenagers talk about the latest high school hallway drama. Not feeling it. Better question is how this is so popular. Sad reflection on America.
I love this podcast so much! I loved the insight given by all the different interviews and how indepth they went. This podcast honestly changed the way I think about my past relationships. I have told all my friends to listen and the ones who have had loved it.
What a crazy story! I poor pity anyone who crossed this man's path... what a menace! This podcast is extremely well done and tells such a compelling story that I couldn't stop listening until I finished all six episodes.
Heard about this podcast, thanks to a conversation handled by Jim Rome on his podcast. It’s everything that it describes. Perfect to a tee, albeit some changes between the actual print story found in the LA Times and here. I’m very interested to hear the entire story and can’t wait for more from Christopher Goffard.
Essential listening, particularly for women. I binge listened, it was so good. This type of man who preys on women, gaslights constantly, psychologically abuses with constant lies are in most womens' history somewhere (and one is sadly US President!) Fascinating psychological study of both predator & victims. Brilliant show!
After watching the series on Netflix I felt compelled to listen to this. I couldn’t get past episode 2. I don’t know if it’s cause I’m Australian but I just couldn’t get over the accents of the narrator and the girls. Was too much for me. I think cause I’ve listened to so many great Australian crime podcasts like “the teachers pet” my standards were to set to high for true crime podcasts!
Skipped through most as every ep could be mistaken for another. Drawn out and boring, The sister’s accents are excruciating- excruciating.
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Thanks for the gripping series, prefer this podcast to the Netflix movie!
This is an epic account of a bizarre story, with far more interesting twists and turns in real life than the fictionalised TV version, that changed so many of the facts to make the peripheral stories and even the behaviour of individuals different to how the Los Angeles Times more accurately reported it (in this podcast). The TV version made the mother out to be more clued up than she was in real life, plus gender changes of some of the smaller roll characters, Seemed to me the TV version had a gender equality agenda. But this podcast told it how it actually was! Far more scary and gripping! Well done! I give this LA Times writer a ‘100% Awesome Award’
A true story of an evil predator and how he preyed on woman. A great insight into the mind set of an easily manipulated woman blindness at the expense of the people she loves.
Binge listened and loved every episode! What a story and what a story teller! Get it in your ear holes!
Well reported, so much source material with spare narrative between. Also well-paced. A bit of tense story and then a dive into the past.
I loved this story,it was intense,I especially liked the live interviews within the story which made it more riveting and a feel good ending,thank you. When does the movie come out
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