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Man In The Window: The Golden State Killer Reviews
Love true crime podcasts, this is my favorite! Paige St. John has a great reporting style, the music is excellent, the story is UNBELIEVABLE! I’m all in.
not enough details about the killer, the killings, the profile, the background, the creation of the killer, the mistakes he made, and how he was caught. for example i’ve heard the story of how he was caught told better on other podcasts where the golden state killer was just a peripheral character, not the main focus. the author’s priorities are more aligned with social justice concepts such as telling the story from the perspective of the victims rather than focusing on the perspective of the killer which is what a true crime junkie really wants (that or to solve the crime along with the podcaster). this is totally fine it’s the authors choice and i’m sure they are happy with it and won’t take offense to this review. i feel bad for the victims and i’m glad that at least this podcast will be more helpful to them.
I hesitated to listen to this podcast given the subject matter, which is disturbing. But the relevance of the final dilemma, disgusting procedural mistakes that essentially aided and abetted the criminal, make this into one of the most important podcasts I have heard. We, as a society, have to do better, and this series implores that we do so.
Thanks for putting this together. It helped fill in many of the details that other podcasts couldn’t at the time of their production. Deepest condolences to all victims and their families, and my deepest respects for all the survivors. Your bravery is inspirational.
Good, interesting, chilling podcast. I can understand the need for ads... but there is a bit too many in this particular podcast.
Where is the rest?! I could only find the trailer 👀
This could have been a good podcast, but there are so many ads, I got tired of skipping them and just quit listening all together. I will say that the few episodes I made it through were well produced and informative.
This is an amazing podcast. There are a lot of new results and information disclosed in the podcast that I have never heard before. There is also a lot of information disclosed about how ineffective our crime laws were back in the 70’ and 80’s and even today as well. Although, the host of the podcast did not make the claim of ineffective police work, it was very clear that there was through out the 40 years this crime was unsolved. There were departments and law enforcement officials that refused to work with each other. Simple evidence and common sense discoveries such as the GSK crying and staying “I hate you Bonnie”. That would have been a very easy follow up and the GSK could have been discovered then. A simple look into the paper and you would have found (what was found 40 years later) a newspaper article announcing JJD and Bonnie’s engagement announcement. I could go on and on. Again, this was a great podcast with new discovery and was responsibly done. I would recommend another set of podcasts regarding the GSK that discusses new evidence. What brought him to Orange County? Family, friends, work? What was it? Thoughts on how it stopped in 1986, etc. seems like there is a lot more discovery that can be communicated unless it has yet to be discovered. Nonetheless, an amazing and very well done podcast. Thank you
The main take away from this is how discounted rape was in 70s and how much the EAR impacted the lives of so many women.
great content but way too many ads
I just listened to the first 2 episodes this afternoon. I don’t mind telling you I was scared listening to this story. I don’t know much about this story so I am looking forward to future episodes. I just won’t listen after dark!
Looking forward to hearing what sounds like it could be the most in-depth look into the life and possible motives of this beast.
A great piece of true-crime journalism. A very well written and edited podcast up to the typical standards of Wondery. The broad range of accounts added depth.
I’ve enjoyed this podcast but it’s not what I was expecting. More of story telling than journalism. It’s the reading of a story and I’d assume dramatised areas. Such as information they just wouldn’t know during her description of the acts. Good and interesting as I didn’t know much about the golden state killer
Well-told, well-crafted journalism - a thoroughly enjoyable listen, despite the often-chilling content.
Chuck Norris knew that Darth Vader was Luke Skywalker's father before the end of the first movie.
I’ve listened to another podcast on this subject which was also really good but have enjoyed hearing this story from another perspective.
Really recommended this podcast. It’s is well research and excellently produced
This could easily be a 4 or 5 star podcast but it feels like it is missing a lot of details and seems to jump around....and for the love of god what is with the adverts they really pull you out of it. GB
Found this super slow to get into and the episodes seemed to go on forever and you do not get a lot of information out of each 45 min episode. The narrators voice is annoying compared to other true crimes I’ve listened to, not the best choice, seems very put on and acted out, almost like she’s reading a children’s story book, I’d rather she just spoke normally. Having the adverts randomly placed is also frustrating. GB
Just amazing journalism, thank you for telling the world about this awful crime and for exploring the very sensitive issue of rape. The ads are a shame but essential to your work.. GB
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