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The best podcast I’ve ever listened to!!!!
Pretty sure I yelled “WHAT?!?” out loud (in public) at least 8 times while listening to this one. It starts slow but stick with it-because they get past the exposition and into the real time reporting the entire case blows wide open in jaw dropping moment after moment after moment. This one is absolutely worth your time!
The most unbelievable, well done, thrilling, edge-of-your-seat podcast I’ve ever listened to. I binged it all in 48 hours. This deserves SO MUCH more attention. If you are a true crime junkie like me you will lose your mind over this one. PLEASEEE COME OUT WITH MORE!
You get the sense quickly that the host is excited to be landed a story as great as podcasts done before.
The attention to detail, the exact chronology weaving everything together, bravo to the team that put this together.
Super compelling sad crazy insanely interesting story. Definitely listen!
Episode #5 was a deal breaker. Admitting that you were shallow and so self absorbed to forget about the other people affected is the practice of amateurs not a so-called professional. Way to go...
Very good podcast
I had to write a review because I thought Neil was so interesting. I hate to say that I enjoyed the podcast, simply because of the tragic topic. However, I was so glued to his storytelling and fact finding methods. He worked hard to uncover multiple versions of accounts and follow through on all leads. I have bounced around trying to find a podcast to keep my attention, and Neil’s clear, compassionate and engaging manner won me over!
Why can’t I download episode 6?
Unethical guy dealing with badly real people’s lives in a podcast with no redeeming qualities.
The host seems insincere. Very poor delivery.
A roller coaster all the way through. Compelling podcasting and storytelling. Once again with tenderfoot though, so many ads. But certainly enjoyed!
Thoroughly enjoyed the way in how it was presented excellent research & respect. My heart goes out to the family and friends on both sides.
Amazing podcast!! Was completely addicted from start to finish. Can’t wait to see what you do in season 2. My heart goes out to the families involved in these tragedies 💔
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Don’t start unless you have heaps of time. Excellent
This pulled me in quickly and held me right through. Excellent podcast
Exceptional work by Neil and Jayden. Let justice prevail.
Very compelling story but a morally bankrupt journalist looking for a juicy story at any cost leaves a sour taste.
I had high hopes for this podcast. As a long time listener of Up and Vanished I expected to be intrigued. I was disappointed however and often found myself irritated by the narration, language used and so called “investigation”. In my opinion, the primary focus is on the alleged perpetrator. The victim, Adea - has been made a footnote in the recounting of her own disappearance and murder. I think this is a story is worth telling but the execution was poor.
Ok so at the end of ep 7 Family..... You and Jayden are checking out Chris’s vehicle for a “ what’s coming up in to live and die in LA” and it seems he’s been shot at and as Jayden says “you don’t shoot your self 4 times in the head” So what happened to that episode????? Come on bring that on!
This is my first review of a podcast series! It’s brilliant from start to finish, amazing storytelling of a tragic tale. GB
I enjoyed the story and my heart breaks for Adea’s family. But that’s just it, I feel like we hear more sympathies for Chris and people defending him than the awful thing he did to that family. Also he’s never held to account for the abuse he inflicted to Adea. On top of that, where does Mary get off with xenophobic stereotypes about Macedonians/Albanians and why does nobody stand up for them? GB
Really intrusive and for seemingly no purpose other than to boost the reporter’s status. GB
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