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Root of Evil: The True Story of the Hodel Family and the Black Dahlia Reviews
This podcast series was incredible. The story was so well told and put together. I had no idea about the intricacies of this family. What they have been through and had to endure was difficult to hear, but I’m so glad they have the opportunity to tell their story. I binged straight through to the end and was left wanting to hear more. Thank you for bravely sharing.
I listened to the whole thing in one day. It was absolutely nuts!
I listened to this podcast all week. It was actually the very first podcast I’ve ever listened to! And I loved it! Recommend!
This was a fantastic Series. I was addicted and blown away by the story. Story is told so authentically and with multiple perspectives. The last episode is so beautiful and I can’t believe that such positive people came out of these horrors.
Great podcast. Loved it, but the background music could be really irritating at times.
An absolutely amazing podcast. Best true crime podcast yet. Was completely hooked. Is very chilling and some parts are difficult to hear.
This had me waiting to get off work just so I could continue listening on the way home. Very interesting and told in a way that keeps you dropping your jaw.
I really admire Steve Hodel for his tenacity investigating his father. I hope LAPD sees fit to test the DNA.Well done!
Steve Hodel with all his experience with the lapd brings stability to an otherwise insane case. His entire family are truly amazing people. Amazing, detailed, and wonderfully put together broadcast on The Black Dahlia and the Hodel family history. After reading and studying his book, and this broadcast, I truly believe that his father did do it. I wish there was more podcasts researched this well! Still think Mr Hodel would make a fantastic podcaster with everything he went thru with the lapd.
The kid creative
A brilliant yet harrowing story about a family in search of the truth about the monster that was their grandfather/great grandfather. It’s hard to listen at times but it is really well done. I hope the family can move forward together.
A brave family to expose these extremely dark secrets .. very intense listening, I listened to all episodes in one day.. Nothing prepares you for what you hear an incredibly sad yet optimistic about the strength of this family to pull together! by the way I loved the background music!!!
Growing up in Southern California, the Black Dahlia was a spooky tale that was told for a scary story. This amazing family bears everything for justice and some sense of closure/moving forward. The only issue I have is that the production could’ve used less spooky music and toned down the intro as well.
Chuck Norris roundhouse kicked the winnyness out of Caillou.
This podcast is totally fascinating - a true story that you just couldn't make up. The best of 2019 so far...
I am spiritual but not fantastical religious. But I do believe in 7 generations of sin. Sins of your for father takes 7 generation to wash out. Unless a strong personality breaks it. This family show a strong personality admittance to past generational sin., so can heal future generations from the past.
A must listen. One of the best.
I read The Black Dalia Avenger around 10 years ago, honestly it’s what inspired me to get my Criminology degree. Amazing podcast, wonderfully prouduced, beautiful voices. GB
What a truly inspirational family you are. I commend you all. Xx GB
Amazingamazingamazing The story is incredible. The way it’s told is so so captivating. Each family member is fascinating and when it ended I felt I missed it immensely. I was so into it I’d love for a reunion show. It’s beautiful to see each of the family members tell their tale. GB
Light tomorrow with today!
Root of Evil: The True Story of the Hodel Family and the Black Dahlia Wiki
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