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Pretty good journalism, makes an airtight case that he did it, and also that investigators deliberately looked the other way bc he was a star athlete. The system is trash in Australia too apparently 🙄
This desperately needs an editor. It reminds me of one of those Discovery shows, like The Curse of Oak Island, where there’s a constant stream of almost nothing happening with no actual information, but it’s played dramatic and important. I wish I had read the reviews before starting this, because they’re right, it’s incredibly repetitive, even to the point of repeating the same phrases multiple times in the same episode. By the fourth episode I wanted to throw my phone through the wall every time he said one of the dozen variations of “a girl half his age” and several other constantly reused phrases referring to the case and people. Also, I get that they did a ton of interviews for this, but that doesn’t mean you have to use them all. Listening to numerous people all say exactly the same thing is unbelievably tedious. A few people on background, and the occasional person chiming in to add color is great, but over the course of the podcast you essentially have hours of people talking with little more to add than “she was always nice” and “she loved her kids”. I mean, okay? Obviously? Also, they repeat tons of information over and over. Often times spending 15 minutes rehashing the same talking points from the previous episode, generally with near identical wording, as if they copy pasted from a Word document and then just shuffled it a bit and changed the phrasing. Ten episodes in and they’re still talking about basic facts of the case that they already tediously went over 8 episodes ago. The best part is when they say they’ll talk about stuff in a future episode even though literally nothing has happened in the current episode, so it sure would be nice to talk about it now since there’s literally nothing going on in this one. Anyway, like the others said: first two, last two, skip the middle.
The first few episodes were riveting. But after that I found myself tuning out because they started going over things again and again. Episodes could have been much shorter and just presented any new information they had.
Like many, I believe this podcast should have been far fewer episodes and more succinct. Would have greatly benefited from proper editing/paring down, as the case is worth exploring. Also- no episodes can be downloaded currently (in Canada). Frustrating.
This podcast is a very interesting 4 episode podcast told over 16 episodes.
Podcast drags like you wouldn’t believe. I’m invested in what happens, so I will finish it, but man, it’s painful to go through it all. Not the fault of the podcast but wow everyone around Lynne was entirely useless. “Oh, she had hand-shaped bruises everywhere but I had no idea she was abused!” “I was so worried about her and figured her husband murderer her but I NEVER THOUGHT I should go to the police!!” What useless, terrible friends and family. I feel so sorry for her. Everyone around her failed her.
Interesting but repetitive
I am so sad listening to this on what this poor family went through. I can’t believe he is not in jail. I hope something comes of this.
The podcast is great, but so repetitive. Around episode 6 I started hearing so much of the same details over and over, I stopped listening
Absolutely compelling. Well done Hedley and all involved. Bring on the case and verdict.
This is the Podcast that has transformed me into a Podcast fiend! Hedley’s voice is very soothing and it’s obvious, he’s a man who really cares-cares about justice for Lyn but also her family; it’s easy to see how Hedley has become close to the Sims’ Family...I wouldn’t be surprised if he has a chair at their Christmas table this year! What an amazing outcome with Dawson’s arrest. I’ve got to say though, when I see the photos of him after the arrest, I feel so terribly sad for his daughters. Well done Hedley. You are a lovely human.
Well done on bringing this case to life and helping to bring justice for Lyn.
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Some people show off by ripping phone books in half. Chuck Norris can rip them back into one piece.
Outstanding work and stunningly constructed. I binged through 12 episodes and can’t wait for more. Thank you. Interesting that the brothers are sticking together and now trying to incriminate Joanne. The thought of jail time at aged 60+ years must be frightening for both Chris & Paul. Justice is going to be very sweet for victims & families. And to add to this. What a great result!! The podcast has been a ripper. Hoping for a conviction. Finding Joanne would be final closure so come on Chris. Where is she???
Just extraordinary journalism. I am so horrified with what this family but also these young school kids went through.
Have shared with just about everyone and we are all still waiting for Lynne - for those poor kids who were so abused in their youth - for justice
Neddy Smith is connected in episode 1 or 2. Jesus Christ!! Case Closed!!!
I’m 50+ years old, so my experience of primary and high school was in the 70’s and 80’s. Teachers abusing, sexually abusing and victimising students was common. If there was ever a time when Teacher’s and the education department are to be investigated it is NOW. So many young lives have been irreparably damaged.
For God sake will someone please just dig that area up and give her the resting place she deserves. My shovel is ready! Today!
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Intriguing story however it badly needs editing and organising into a story that flows. It was really irritating hearing a snippet of info then hearing it would be covered in greater detail in a later episode, must have counted that occurring three times in one episode. The story doesn’t seem to follow a chronological order so it skips around a lot which makes it hard to follow. GB
Great podcast, such an addictive listen. Really well produced and narrated. Like others had trouble downloading for a week or two also had to stream episodes, which was pain when under ground travelling etc, but in the last day or two that appears to have been fixed and all eps now down loading ok. Can’t wait to here more. GB
Brilliant podcast and beautiful dictated. I’m really hoping the story keeps going so we can learn more. Specially being that I live in the UK. Thank you GB
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