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Crime Junkie Reviews
I listen to a toooon of podcasts, particularly true crime or paranormal. I actually am also the cohost of a successful health related podcast. We don’t have any ads or sponsorship because our purpose isn’t to make money, but if it is, I get why there are ads. BUT hearing the same ads over and over 4+ times in 30 minutes is overkill. The research put in is minimal in comparison to other podcasts. Leaving out facts, Britt adds practically nothing, not sure why they don’t split things evenly. I wanted to like this, I really did. But the listener experience is really abysmal with the ads. They are throughout the episode so it really pulls you out of the story. Not everyone who does a podcast monetizes it, so they don’t HAVE to have ads like this.
First time listening to a podcast and I can’t stop listening to Crime Junkie!
So my wife have been listening to this podcast for awhile, and I just started. I have to say I absolutely love It.
I’m so happy I found this podcast! It’s SO addicting!
I feel like this is a boring copy cat of my favorite murder. Both hosts seem really unauthentic and fake. I just can’t get into it.
For years I’ve tried to get into podcasts and for some reason just couldn’t. I thought it just didn’t like podcasts in general. Then I discovered this one and I’m obsessed. Now I get it.
I have been listening to Crime Junkie for a year now. It has become part of my morning and afternoon routine!
Love these guys. Voices are very easy to listen too!!!
Hi i love you please keep doing your thang
This is the first podcast I ever stumbled upon and I’ve been a true Crime Junkie ever since. No one else can keep me listening like you guys can!
Love the show ladies! I’m from Halifax, Nova Scotia, so cool to hear the Kimberly McAndrew case - a little cringy hearing the mispronounced cities/parks being a life long Haligonian, haha, but its a great job covering the story!
Best podcast out there by far. Seriously could listen to 10 episodes daily. Ashley and Britt are incredible storytellers.
The podcast is reasonably good, the presenters appear to research each case well, however, the needless mention of each presenters political indifference with the world around them has the odour of something orwellian. The sheep-like ‘stand’ that the presenters want to appear to take on various and often contentious political issues shows that despite the quality of info presented in each episode, the presenters have a clear agenda to bleet on, just how their facebook feeds tell them they ought to. This, often contradicts the very information they present, although it is likely their emotional attachment to senseless armchair slacktivism clouds any ability to think critically. take a step back ladies, and stick to delivering the goods. most of your listeners aren’t as interested as you think in listening to you regurgitate the divisive propaganda and associated dribble. cheers.
I have listened from day dot religiously, and early on, rated you guys 5 stars as I loved your take on every case. But I must now digress and change my rating based on your coverage of the Madeleine McCann case. I knew from your first sentence that you would not be objective and would excuse some questionable decisions made by Kate and Gerry McCann. Disappointed that you squashed this case into 48 mins, which accounts for maybe 10-15% of the information available. I’ll stick with you but I truly thought you guys were more objective than this. :(
You recently shared a story about Madeleine McCann that was not only inaccurate but completely disregarded the facts of the case. The family have vehemently stated that they have NOT been contacted by authorities to say that ANY shred of evidence has been found to 1- prove that Madeleine is dead and 2- that this German person committed the crime. I think this is very poor reporting. Obviously, you’re just trying to be one of the first podcasts to talk about this “recent development”, but it’s not accurate and I’m sure the family don’t appreciate you bringing this up all over again and spreading misinformation.
the answer to the question whick goes first chicken or egg, the answer is CHUCK NORRIS
Great show good when your doing housework on the train etc
Rubbish app just rubbish
If you like an excessive amount of adds & virtue signalling then this is the podcast for u! Season one was fantastic. Recent seasons not so good.
Love listening to you guys and the binge listening is real! It’s only taken me a short time to listen to your first episode to your last. I now have got my husband addicted and we have been listening on our road trips. Thank you so much for the great content. Much love from New Zealand!
I love the amount of research and detail you provide with these cases. I also love the fact that you pick unsolved cases that aren’t in the media. It helps lift their profiles and hopefully this means that they will reach someone who may hold the clue to them being solved.
I can’t stop listening! I am very new to this podcast but I am burning through it, listening when ever/where ever I can. My partner is shocked that I can wake up in the morning and listen with my cuppa and breakfast haha. I love your dynamic together and find you both so easy to listen to. Keep up the great work!! (PS I’m listening in Aus)
I’ve been binging your podcast for the last few weeks and I love how I could listen to the episodes while I’m doing my homework, walking to school, etc. It’s great company :)
I have only recently started listening and have started from the start (apart from the Madeline McCann episode bc how couldn’t you) Your podcast is really keeping me going at the moment, I live alone and have been isolated from my family because of the virus so your podcast has been my company. Info is clearly and professionally give yet still has emotion and character. Hosts are lovely and kind and seem to care about the cases. Thank you so much! I don’t know if you still do the Twitter thing but regardless my account is @buggirll GB
I love this podcast so I was really looking forward to the Madeleine McCann episode as I thought it would be fairly reported about. It wasn’t. I’m not saying the parents had anything to do with her disappearance, but really important information was left out of this episode because it makes the parents look bad! Disappointed. Kate refusing to answer 48 out of 49 questions about her missing daughter??! Also I can’t believe neither host had an opinion about leaving those children on their own for the parents to eat 200m away! Really Britt?! GB
I’ve been non-stop listening to Crime Junkie for days! Keep on doing more episodes so I hopefully never run out. Great story-telling, thoroughly researched and compelling cases have me hooked GB
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Crime Junkie Wiki
In ordinary language, a crime is an unlawful act punishable by a state or other authority. The term crime does not, in modern criminal law, have any simple and universally accepted definition, though statutory definitions have been provided for certain purposes. The most popular view is that crime is a category created by law; in other words, something is a crime if declared as such by the relevant and applicable law. One proposed definition is that a crime or offence (or criminal offence) is an act harmful not only to some individual but also to a community, society, or the state ("a public wrong"). Such acts are forbidden and punishable by law.The notion that acts such as murder, rape, and theft are to be prohibited exists worldwide. What precisely is a criminal offence is defined by criminal law of each country. While many have a catalogue of crimes called the criminal code, in some common law countries no such comprehensive statute exists. The state (government) has the power to severely restrict one's liberty for committing a crime. In modern societies, there are procedures to which investigations and trials must adhere. If found guilty, an offender may be sentenced to a form of reparation such as a community sentence, or, depending on the nature of their offence, to undergo imprisonment, life imprisonment or, in some jurisdictions, execution. Usually, to be classified as a crime, the "act of doing something criminal" (actus reus) must – with certain exceptions – be accompanied by the "intention to do something criminal" (mens rea).While every crime violates the law, not every violation of the law counts as a crime. Breaches of private law (torts and breaches of contract) are not automatically punished by the state, but can be enforced through civil procedure. The world of crime and criminals is often called "the underworld." .