The vicious cycle of family trauma continues as George Hodel's daughter, Tamar becomes a mother. Her children tell the heartbreaking story of growing up in a ...
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WOW.... just WOW . This is insane and heartbreaking all at the same time 💔
I never leave reviews but could not help myself. I really enjoyed (as much as one can “enjoy” this disturbing, horrific story) the story until I heard the very last episode. I didn’t not like the crying at the end from the narrators and how they included themselves in this story as if they had experienced it. They told a story of others who suffered tragically and continue to heal from the events that occurred as they grew up. I do not believe that they suffered because of George Hodel in any way comparable to how Tamar’s children suffered. The narrators repeatedly told of the love of their mother, and it is obvious that she raised them in a loving and caring way. They are associated by blood but not by experience. Yes, they have the weight of being related to this man and being associated with this man, but I did not appreciate the end where they made it seem like they had overcome similar burdens to Tamar’s children. The last episode was a cry for attention from the narrators who in my opinion did not have much to cry over in regards to this story of abuse and trauma of others not including them. Besides this, this sometimes confusing and jumbled podcast held my attention, and I appreciated the crimes it brought to public attention. My last complaint is the title did mislead listeners initially by the title. This podcast was not about the murder of Elizabeth Short. It was about the alleged murderer of Elizabeth Short.
I could not stop listening. This podcast was incredible. I hope they keep going and do other stories.
Chuck Norris can play slide guitar with a beer bottle. Or, failing that, your face.
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.
And outstanding podcast but truly horrifying story GB
From start to finish a truly amazing podcast. Tears, joy and terror throughout. Admiration for all the family to come out the other end and make this. Steve Hodle is a hero. GB
Repetitive at the beginning of every episode. Talks of subjects off the main story. Could be structured better. GB
Life is like a sewer. What you get out of it depends on what you put into it.
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