Neil Strauss and Jayden Brant stopped by Access Live to dish about their hit podcast, "To Live and Die In LA." Who killed the beautiful and hopeful young ...
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To Live and Die in LA Reviews
Loved it! I was hooked and binged all the episodes in 3 days. Most “good” podcasts are awesome in the beginning and fizzle out by the end, or take a right turn in the middle. This podcast flowed smoothly and kept me wanting more. I’m also glad that word has gotten out and more people will be able to remember beautiful Adea. ❤️
For so long I’ve been searching for a true crime podcast that captures me as much as my personal favorite Sword and Scale - this really blew me away. I’ve never binged a podcast before in one day and then I found this! After I finished binging I couldn’t wait each week for the next episode to come out. The suspense, the twists, the mystery - ugh! So good! I had so many, “What!” moments out loud while listening. I can only hope to find another podcast like this. Definitely deserves to be on the same tier as Dr. Death, Dirty John and Sword and Scale.
It feels like there isn't enough material so there is a lot of sensationalizing and the host struggles to hide his shadenfreude, but it seems to leak through more and more in each episode. He makes some pretty big assumptions in the podcast. Also suicide isn't a confession. Plus some of the tangents are weird - like the false memory syndrome story wasn't necessary when the guy just confused the day. I went back and the second half of the podcast made up for the first half and more. I feel like they gave this girl some justice that she would have otherwise never got. I don’t like the guy, but if that doesn’t deserve 5 stars I don’t know what does. Her family deserved the truth.
This has been my favourite podcast so far and I have listened to many!
While a sad and heartbreaking story, it is the best podcast I have ever listened too. So well produced, investigated and told. Kudos to the entire team. I can’t wait for your next one...
Heart breaking story leads to great investigative journalism and the superb narration. I’m only sad it over.
This podcast is incredible and kept me on the edge of my seat. I was so emotionally invested in Adea Shabani being found and to learn what the outcome of her relationship with Chris Spotz would be. Things kept changing so fast; however, I didn’t see the ending coming. It was “OMG” and then I binge listened to the whole podcast all over again to see how I could have not registered the ending. It’s important to have people lined up who care as much as you do about the truth, people who won’t stop until they believe they have the truth, when a loved one goes missing. Don’t wait for the police when time is of the essence.
Captivating yet heartbreaking at the same time. Great investigative journalism to find the truth
Excellent reporting! This is a serious binge listen! I’ve been recommending to everyone I know. Well done!
Really love all his work
Jd in Toronto
This podcast is poorly produced. Phone calls seem fake (all re-enactments). The interviews all seem like they were done after the fact. There’s no real investigation. It’s just a fancy packaged re-telling of a crime story, pretending to be an investigation. Very disappointed.
This show is slick without being overproduced, and the story is compelling and well narrated. I’m hooked already!!
K digity Dogg2
I was hooked from start to finish I hope you guys do another one
Just an unbelievable case. The podcast is done with such professionalism. Thank you!
After reading negative reviews I felt compelled to write something positive. I’m from Australia and had no knowledge of the homicide before catching this podcast. To me, this podcast is the perfect example of really good reporting. There was no bias, Neil was open to whatever the truth was.. he didn’t try to push an agenda and he gave his utmost respect to all involved parties. There were many times that I felt the sadness and immense emotion he was experiencing, just from chatting with the families and hearing their stories. Well done Neil. Thank you for telling this story.
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A very well told investigation on a sad and tragic situation. Gripping and fast paced.
Really gripping podcast.
Probably the most gripping podcast I have ever listened to. So well told. GB
Unreal story telling and first rate journalism with particular care re the ethics surrounding the people involved. The fact this has less than 5 star reviews is criminal. GB
Fantastic podcast. This broke my virginity into podcasting and what a way to begin! GB
Sometimes the biggest act of courage is a small one.
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