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I wish there were more investigations like this. Great listen and well produced A++
THIS PODCAST IS EVERYTHING. Seriously so interesting. I work from home and listened to it for a whole week! It was so well done. Honestly, couldn’t wait to get back to it. Amazing job you guys! The producers know exactly what they are doing! Congrats. A very sad story, but Stross handles all the emotion perfectly and sympathizes. Really great content .
This podcast is amazing! I couldn’t stop listening.
Really enjoyed this podcast, amazing research, well narrated. An all around excellent series, you won’t be disappointed
Between the back to back ads and the constant plugs of other projects it doesn't even really feel like you hear much more of the story before the episode is over. The overall tone is in poor taste and comes across as entirely disingenuous. This podcast is so bad that if someone was new to podcasts or the true crime genre of them they could be turned off of the entire thing altogether. Made it midway through episode 4 before unsubscribing.
Shows how can you make someone guilty based on he said she said ; the ads are so annoying and the actual content is small , each episode consists of ads, recap of last episodes and new content & ends with credits and what is coming next which is 10 mins So new content going forward in each episode goes lower & lower. And in the middle where journalism tries to change the story and pin it on someone else just because the friends & family of Chris were nice to her ignoring all the double life & lies Chris told his family & fiancé and gf becomes a bit ridiculous Such a sad story and won’t bring back the ppl who lost their lives :(
He was nearly giddy at a tragedy and he was like that kid who eggs on a bully and then comforts the victim afterward. This was never about the victim, it was always about himself.
I listen to a lot of true crime podcasts and I’m passionate about the genre. I was really impressed with this podcast. It was heartbreaking to hear Jade and Mary’s perspective of the story but I think it’s so important to the true story of who Chris was. Hope Neil does similar work in the future!
This podcast was great! I was listening to this series while I was at work but this one had me listening after hours also! I couldn’t stop!
Had me listening intensely. Sad story for all especially Ameda
Such a well done podcast, from producing, narrating and as well as being respectful considering the delicate nature of the story.
This is an insane story! It’s actually really well done, you just have to keep in mind that he’s recording everything as it’s happening, bombshell after bombshell, truly riveting
A seriously binge worthy podcast. The story is told in a way that is suspenseful and addictive to the listener, but respectful to those involved.
This is up there with the best I’ve listened too. From the investigation to the soundtrack. Brilliantly narrated and had me from episode 1..this is a must for anyone looking for a podcast to binge... I did!!!
Love my crime podcasts- this is one of the best ever! Riveting listening. Hope you do more in the future- just brilliant
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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.
I feel like I’m left hanging. No closure...yet. Such a well given story. Always knew who each character was. Got me looking up the word “Sociopath”. One person fits the bill...
I find myself eagerly awaiting new episodes to learn of new developments unlike any other podcast I’ve listened to in recent months. The story is a sad one but my opinion is that Neil has the consent of the people he is talking to to publish their conversations, so other than finding the audio quality of the phone calls a little lacking on occasion, the voyeuristic element that others have complained about does not bother me so much. The story is interesting, Neil tells it sensitively as much as is possible and I am enjoying the series. I hope the poor affected families receive some answers. As for complaining about the ads, well the people spending the hours producing what we are consuming have to eat and pay bills, and it’s called “skip forward” if you don’t want to listen!
Laura k r
The recent negative reviews I’ve just seen seem to be from people wanting this story to be more thrilling. So essentially people openly airing their disappointment with events and their desire for these people, this girl, these families, everyone involved to have suffered more for their own entertainment. Interesting, worrying. I’m really learning a lot during these episodes and I’m really grateful for the amount of work that Neil puts into the noble pursuit of truth, always.
I love true crime podcasts and I have listened to this entire series (to live and die in LA) - I feel as though Neil and his colleagues have not glamourised this appalling tragedy- but sensitively and thoughtfully narrated the story of what happened to Adea and Chris. 100% worth listening to and I loved it. GB
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
The wise man does not lay up his own treasures. The more he gives to others, the more he has for his own.