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One of the best true crime podcasts I’ve listened to. Couldn’t stop once I started.
Love this podcast! But who is this Becky in the sponsor advertisements? Her voice is scary.
I stopped at Ep. 3 when the narrator said that Susan “sniped” and “nagged” at her husband. I mean, really!?! Josh’s recordings sound like the ramblings of a psychopath, but let’s make sure to emphasize that Susan has the audacity to stand up for herself. No thanks! I’ll find a different podcast with some journalistic integrity.
This is the most addictive podcast I have ever listened to. It is amazing!! Thank you.
This binge worthy story is very well told. Dave has well documented the investigative process of this twisted chilling tale of abuse resulting in murder and suicide. L
You will be hooked! Amazingly well done podcast. I usually listen to stand-alone true crime episodes but I couldn’t stop listening to this stellar masterpiece.
Incredible podcast! So many details and the diaries and audio files are chilling. Excellent job!
So well done.
As a non-Mormon, some of the stories that come out of that religion are totally perplexing, but seem to come down to good versus evil. This is a stark example, on one side Susan and her family, regular folks and devout. On the other the Powells who are beyond understanding, freakish and completely despicable. I wish she had bucked The religious obligation to stay in a unhappy marriage with a man who was clearly a sociopath. I wish she got the hell out of there with her kids.
I just subscribed to this podcast after running out of episodes from others I’ve been following for 2 years now. I can tell right from episode 1 that this podcaster researches and investigates like a true journalist. Using real audio clips of the individuals themselves and pages from journals really brings it to life. I was also hooked by the fact that he starts with an intro, flashes back and builds up the entire background story right to the point of the intro, well done! I’ve heard this story from multiple other podcasts with one 1 hour episode as a basic coverage. I’ve never heard these audio clips and have honestly learnt more in one episode of this podcast than the multiple on this same story I’ve heard. I hope this host decides to continue podcasting after this story is told and perhaps do another series, fan for life. -Katie Inglin
I don’t know how many times I’ve seen this Dateline episode.... they only had 1-2 hrs. This podcast provides an astounding amount of detail. So many interviews! Really well done.
Man this story is horrifying, sad, and in retrospect, seems so preventable. There’s so much audio of their lives, you really get a detailed and truthful glimpse into the downward spiral of this family.
I’ve been listening to back to back episodes of Cold over the last couple days, and as a true crime podcast junkie I’m putting this one right at the top of my favourites. I love the way the narrative of the crime has been interwoven with the voices of real people who were involved in the investigation or were family or friends. Their voices add authenticity and emotion to the telling of this sad story. So many podcasts of this genre are just a rehash of a book or some research, delivered by one voice. This is gold star listening! Thanks for creating this high quality, important series. Pam, Brisbane, Australia
Pixie-Rose the Frenchie
Wow!!! Not American so this is the first I’ve heard of this case. Fascinating and well researched podcast. Had to laugh at the music of Steve Chantrey though. That made somewhat somber material a bit entertaining on that particular episode
I have heard this case on a few different podcasts and I thought I knew the story. Oh boy how wrong I was!! So much detail, facts, twists and turns. The truth is stranger than fiction and this is a must listen!
Chuck Norris doesn't cry over spilled milk, because it was his roundhouse kick that split the cow in half.
Meticulously researched and sensitivity reported. All respect to the team involved and those interviewed for their dedication towards helping this story come to light.
The amount of research and detail makes this an easy listen that will have you hooked
Well researched, formal, little to no ads and instantly my favourite podcast.
Tony from England
I listened to this every night as I went to sleep. It lasted almost a month because I had to go back a find out exactly where I was because it was so good. This has to be one of the best podcasts I have ever heard. GB
Interesting story but the biased delivery is really distracting. Josh is clearly very weird and troubled, but just telling the facts/story shows that, I don’t need the narrator shoving down my throat how much he hates josh. Unprofessional compared to other wondery podcasts that are presented a lot better in my opinion GB
Gripping Well researched Fantastic presentation Brutal story Emotional rollercoaster THANK YOU GB
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