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Crime Junkie Reviews
This is my favorite podcast!! I’ve recommended it to everyone closest to me.
Seems like y’all are making some pretty big leaps between accidental/suicidal and suspicious circumstance. Get that you are bound to run out of stories—buuuut—dont create stories where there is no story.
Crime Junkie is the ONLY true crime podcast I listen to and has been one of my biggest inspirations! I just graduated high school, and am going to school for profiling for the FBI. CRIME JUNKIE IS WHAT MADE ME FALL IN LOVE!!!!!
I really want to love this show, however I find the scripted-sounding dialogue between Ashley and Brit to be so grinding after a while. They simply point out the obvious and produce an over-dramatized reaction to it as if it is a fresh discovery. The facts are more than enough for this show to be successful. I can do without audible gasps, and the constant ‘full-body chills’ comments. I would either make Brit a full-time, contributing, cohost or keep those parts out.
My mom had found your podcast one day and told me about it ; now I thought she was talking about some boring podcast and I didn’t bother looking you up but eventually about a month later probably a week or two before we went into lock down here in Canada I listened and HOLY CRAP you guys are my favourite with the way you ladies tell the stories keeps me entertained ( many ikea items were put together listening to you two ) any other crime podcasts I try doesn’t keep my interest like you do! Love love love !
I appreciate all the background research! Love this podcast so much
I started listening around March and I’m completely hooked! Great writing and info to help these victims!
Great podcast. You guys should one on the strange disappearances of West Point cadets.
I have found myself taking the long way home from work just so I can finish an episode. I’ve even gotten my husband addicted, too. After scrolling all the way down to the beginning, I feel like I found my people 🙌🏼
THANK YOU for bringing light to the oppression that black people, the LGBT+ community, and other people of Color face on a daily basis. I’m shocked by the comments saying that you should not be voicing your opinion on it. First of all, it’s YOUR podcast. Second of all, thank you for giving them a voice during these unsettling times. This is by far my favourite podcast and I’m thankful ppl you’re standing up against the poor treatment of these minority communities. The people who have stopped listening because of this are part of the problem in our society; they’re racist and prejudice.
Any and all platforms should be showing their support for BLM. If it’s so “annoying” to hear about, you are part of the problem.
This podcast has always touched light on cases that aren’t well known or spoken about. They have always covered cases of missing and murdered indigenous and black people. They bring awareness to LGBTQ crimes and even the laws surrounding those cases (looking at you gay panic dispute). I am a patreon member as well, and I enjoy that content on top of the weekly episodes!
So grateful a friend recommended this podcast to me. Never thought I’d be the kind of gal to listen to podcasts but since the first episode I listen to, I haven’t been able to stop. I’m absolutely addicted to this podcast, I find myself cleaning and driving more just so I have an excuse to listen to them!
I stumbled across Crime Junkies during the COVID-19. I’m hooked. I’m addicted. I listen to 2 episodes a day and wish it was more! I’ve got a lot to catch up on, so for now I’m happily getting my fix but what am I going to do once I’ve caught up and there is only one episode a week?!?!? 😩🥴😬😪 Thank you so much. I think you should up the anti and do 2 episodes a week 😁😁😁😁😁 Oh, I just love it when you both say the Aussie accents and lingo! Kellie. Bathurst, Australia 💖
I love listening to Crime Junkie podcast and glad I only discovered it recently as I have soooo many episodes to fill my addiction each week while I wait for the next new episode. Here’s the thing, you literally have to be patient whilst literally listening to it. The host literally says “literally” every sentence. If I took a drink every time she said, “Literally”, I would literally have alcohol poisoning. You have been warned.
Chuck Norris is allowed to put Baby in the corner.
Love the work you do using your platform to amplify the voices we need to hear. Kia kaha!
I LOVE Crime Junkie! So many other podcasts ramble for days before getting to the point and sound as though they’re reading from a script and aren’t invested. Britt & Ashley are passionate about all of the stories they report and I am glad that they share all stories no matter what the persons race, gender or orientation!
Absolutely love this podcast! I have only recently discovered this podcast and even joined Patreon to get my crime junkie fix. Thanks Ashley and Britt for all the effort you put in to the episodes 💕 I will be recommending it all my friends here in NZ
So much work and effort clearly goes into researching this show but the delivery makes each episode almost impossible to get through. From the dodgy and distracting background music, to the judgey set up questions from the co host. I've given up completely even when it's a case I'm interested in.
i’ve been listening to Casefiles and being up to date i looked for another crimes podcast and came across this one . I’m hooked ! i’ve started from the beginning , i can listen to you talk all day. Thanks :)
It takes a lot to scare me as I’m a huge true crime nerd but your Dr. No episode gave me the chills. The introduction itself had me needing to know everything. 1000% recommend this podcast as a must for all crime addicted people.
If you want to know which cases they are going to cover, just watch Unsolved Mysteries and they’ll plagiarise the latest episode for your entertainment. GB
Absolutely love these podcasts, I’m binge listening whist redecorating in lockdown and it’s so addictive!! Love the way these two tell such interesting stories. Thank you for saving my quarantine x GB
I love love loooooove this podcasts, I have never cared for podcasts before. I started listening to supernatural, also Ashley Flowers and found this one. Really interesting and I love Ashley’s voice. I haven’t highly recommend!!! GB
I love my past. I love my present. Im not ashamed of what Ive had, and Im not sad because I have it no longer.
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..