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Crime Junkie Reviews
Excellent podcast. Just enough detail and very interesting cases.
I recent came across this podcast and can’t get enough of it! I binge listen everyday while I’m at work and even sometimes when I’m at home cooking for doing yard work.
After 23 years in LA, I am finally looking forward to my commute to work. Each year, the 7 miles seems to take longer. I am now up to 1 1/4 hours in the morning. I was just about to commit a crime myself, when my boyfriend introduced me to this podcast. Now I actually look forward to the commute each morning- I can almost fit in two episodes! Thanks Crime Junkies!!!
I look forward to my long drives now! This podcast is very entertaining. Ashley + Brit have engaging voices and make the podcast so enjoyable. I’m SO happy that I stumbled across the Crime Junkie Podcast! Be weird Be rude And stay alive! 💕
I enjoyed the podcast (not my fave for true crime but i liked it). However, I can’t support a podcast that blatantly steals a huge portion of their work from others who have clearly put in so much more effort. So I’ll be unsubscribing and giving my focus to other creators that actually give a f.
You ladies rock! I am currently binge listening to your podcast after a friend of mine told me about it. I love it! Keep up the great work!
My sister in law told me to listen to crime junkies podcast and at first I was I’ve never listened to one they just don’t Peak my interest. She was adamant that crime junkies are different so I gave in and listened and i have to admit I was hooked! I listened in to crime junkies in my car on my way to and from work, at work, when I ran errands, when I would take my kids to there sports events, practices and I even got them hooked! At home when I was cooking and cleaning. Now I’m all caught up waiting for new podcasts episodes!
Literally the best podcast EVER!! I listen on car rides, at work while I clean, and even while I’m just chilling at home! LOVE!!
I have been looking new podcast to listen ... this is one of the best one. Love that it is a weekly podcast. I get my fix!
Please, please, PLEASE stop with the vocal fry and valley girl vocal lifts. You’re both grown women and you’re not the Kardashians. Stop trying to sound like them. It’s not “cute”, and makes you sound like a couple of 14 year old girls. Especially Brit. Please stop. You have also completely plagiarized every single story. Do your OWN work and stop stealing from other true crime podcasts. Shameful. Just can’t get past it. Big NO. Pass on this one, and go find some original podcasts folks.
I’m a crime podcast fan. This one is by far my favourite. I binge listened once I found you ladies. Now I’m caught up and have to wait for each new released episode! Keep up this terrific work!
NEW REVIEW: Ashley very clearly does NOT research every detail.... OLD: Ashley is knowledgeable and very clearly the one that has researched every detail, then there’s Brit... She ruins the podcast with her forced, uninformed valley girl interruptions. Her “omgggg”, “Full. Body. Chills.”, and “like, literally, totally!” every 30 seconds is terrible. Does she have any other vocabulary?! Education?! I would definitely return to listen if she was no longer on the podcast. Brits voice and interruptions make me, like, omg, totally, literally, like, full. body. CRINGE.
I was a fan. But not any more. This podcast has blatantly plagiarised episodes word for word from AT LEAST 13 other podcast episodes other creators have put the actual effort into writing, after spending days/weeks gathering the information, hours upon days of hard work that OTHER PEOPLE have put in just so this podcast can get a payday from merch/live tours/patreons, it’s absolutely horrible. Don’t believe me? Just do a google search.
I’m obsessed with this podcast! The way cases are covered is just absolutely amazing! I never feel like I didn’t learn enough. Thanks guys! Really appreciate that you guys take the time to make the podcasts for free. You really are so cool!
I look forward to the new episode each and every week and when I haven’t had enough I will go back and listen to an old episode. I never get sick of them. I volunteer my time to rescue 7 days a week and some weeks are a lot worse than others and Crime Junkies allow me to switch off and have down time. I can’t thank you enough Ashley and Britt, keep up the amazing show ❤️
Chuck Norris is the reason why Justin Bieber's voice is so high
I’ve only just discovered this podcast have have listened to about 5 hours a day since 😂 Love how Ashley and Brit keep to the facts and how they deliver the cases. Cheers from NZ 🌟
A great podcast! Love how the girls interact with each other, listening from little ol NZ and glad to be in a country with so few crimes in comparison!
Seriously. Best podcast ever. As addictive as my morning coffee 😂
So so so sad, do you have no shame?
Brit adds nothing but scripted, poorly acted exclamations and questions. I roll my eyes every time she interrupts to say “I’m sorry - wait - what?!”, or her all time favourite “Full. Body. Chills!” She really dumbs these stories down. There is zero chemistry between the two; in fact I’m convinced they’re recorded separately. I’d suggest losing the conversational format or find somebody with something interesting to say. I tried, but I’ve unsubscribed. I’m convinced these 5 star reviews praising Britt’s contribution and chemistry can’t be real. She’s a deal breaker for me.
As a Australian criminology student at university, super interesting to learn about American cases and apply theory to them! Amazing show
I’m not sure why people think this podcast is so great? The second girl is totally unnecessary and her stupid reactions to things are contrived, as if she is finding out the information for the first time. It’s a massive eye roll. The information about the actual subjects is good but the way it’s delivered is just awful. GB
Was a fan, realised how plagiarised it is, no longer a fan GB
Discovered this podcast a while ago, me and the wife are now extremely addicted. The storytelling, the research, is excellent (I’ve read about the lack of citing sources, which I feel needs to be addressed in some areas) but all so interesting. However, the wife is too scared to listen when she’s home alone haha! (Don’t blame her to be honest!) Some absolute pshycos out there! We’re from the UK, it would be great if you could delve into some cases over here. Keep up the great work. Areas to improve; less of the dog chat and dog section. Much love 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.. Crime Junkie, Trace Evidence, Cathy Frye, Robin Warder, The Trail Went Cold,