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Root of Evil: The True Story of the Hodel Family and the Black Dahlia Reviews
Episodes 1-7 are some of the best and most interesting stories and history I’ve ever experienced with a podcast. Episode 8 was terrible and not interesting. Overall a great experience until the end.
All of these reviews are fake. Nothing about the Black Dahlia murders, at all. True crime? They talk to no detectives! This is nothing but a self promotional puff piece about two women who are looking to get famous because of a TV show and adding “Black Dahlia” into the name of a podcast about a mom. Bland and boring, no thread of any crime story, or any story for that matter. The subjects are completely random. I’ve seen better storytelling from my students. Each episode has no relation to the last. So if you want to listen about a mother who has the unique ability to name her children random verbs and adjectives, and two daughters who think their lives are vastly different from every other middle class family, this is the podcast for you.
Saying this is the story of the Hodel Family AND the Black Dahlia is basically clickbait. It is only about the Hodel Family and their minimal connection to the black dahlia murder. There is essentially no discussion about the VICTIM (Elizabeth Short), rather only discussion of the crime and random bits of evidence that *might* tie George Hodel to the crime. It’s distasteful to claim a podcast will uncover secrets about her murder only to pull in a larger audience. This podcast would have been much better had they not implied that it was about the Black Dahlia as much as it was about the Hodels. If you’re not interested in learning more about the murder of Elizabeth Short, then this is a wonderfully produced podcast about a seriously messed up Family and the descendants who are trying to undo the damage done over decades of abuse.
Very well done and very interesting!
This is an amazing podcast. The family let’s you into their story and pain. Thank you to the Hodel family that did this.
What a moving story about family, loss, distinction and devastation. Rasha and Yvette have the perfect voices for a podcast and told their family’s story clearly and with conviction. Really well done.
I’m confused.I thought this would be an investigation into Elizabeth Short’s case but it’s definitely not.It’s clear after listening to every episode that this is about a family’s many issues.I don’t think Elizabeth’s name should be used at at all in this podcast and I would be really offended if she was my relative.This family has nothing to do with her case except they suspect their great grandfather murdered her and have zero proof of anything.The entire podcast consists of them just talking about how messed up their family is.
Terrible execution of an interesting idea. Last episode was painful to listen to!
This is a podcast that self describes what it’s about - George Hodel and the horror he spread not only through possibly the killing of the black dahlia but many unmentionable actions that only come from nightmares. Don’t expect a story about the black dahlia and her life because that’s not what you’ll find and nor do they deceive people into thinking so... I can’t begin to fathom the traumatizing horrors described by the victims of his wrath. Just hearing the tremble in the members voices makes me extremely sad. I should hope they are making money off of this so they can get the counseling they need. Each and every single episode has a trigger warning- don’t be surprised like some of these people leaving negative reviews. Extremely great story telling that will keep you on edge!
Very interesting story spoilt by too many ads and some careless editing.
This is the most riveting, amazing and disturbing family story I have read. You certainly couldn’t write this story as a work of fiction. Surely the Black Dahlia (I’d prefer Elizabeth Short to have her name used as the Black Dahlia cheapens what happened to her) murder has been solved. Best wishes to the Hodel family for the future. I’m sorry this happened to you all.
Marnie Desert Flower
I have literally never been more gripped and hooked on a podcast! I had no idea how deep this story went into all of your lives! I loved I am the night! And then randomly found this when I needed it most. Your all so beautiful! And so so brave! Thank you for sharing your story with us!
MacGyver immediately tried to make a bomb out of some Q-Tips and Gatorade, but Chuck Norris roundhouse-kicked him in the solar plexus. MacGyver promptly threw up his own heart.
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.
Ruth G UK
It truly is riveting. I love the narrators who tell the story in such a compelling way. A fantastic listen which I don’t want to end. GB
This is the best podcast I’ve ever listened too I really hope they do a series 2 GB
I have tried listening to episode 4 on both Apple podcasts and Spotify and it keeps glitching. It plays the same ad over and over and will play 7 mins of the episode before skipping. Very disappointing GB
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