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Man In The Window: The Golden State Killer Reviews
Really enjoyed this podcast! I have a hard time sticking with podcasts, especially with one storyline but I enjoyed how each episode had a different story to describe their experience with him. Very interesting!
In 1978, Bill Cosby appeared on a Jello Pudding Pop commercial on the television in the San Francisco flat I shared with a woman from Boston. Her face clouded, and she said, “Never be alone with him. He’s a creep and cheats on his wife. He doesn’t hear it when you say no.” Then she changed the subject. In 1985, I was at a dog show in Houston with my Lakeland Terrier, which was at the time an unusual dog breed for the US. I heard that Cosby was there and that his Lakeland Terrier had been the grandfather of my dog. I saw him across the pen area and began walking toward him. A friend grabbed my arm and said, “Never be alone with him. In fact, don’t even talk to him. It isn’t safe.” And then she talked me into looking at other dogs. I’m 67. I was twice told to stay away from him, and I’m not a movie star, model or athlete. He got away with it because other women didn’t warn his victims, and the law didn’t prosecute him. He was a role model, but people knew.
Really enjoyed listening to this podcast ~ the different ways police went about doing things in the past ~ the views on rape in the last until to now ~ great info ~
Podcasts aren’t as long as other crime podcasts (that go from 60-90 mins vs the 30-45 mins in this one) and it seems like each episode has like 4 ads in it- if you’re gonna put in so many ads, at least add some content and length to your show.
I just started listening and I really like it, but there are way too many long advertisements. I usually don’t mind ads but this podcast has more than any other podcast I’ve ever listened to
After living in CA for the past 15 years I had heard of the Golden State Killer, but had no idea how terrible he was. The kind of story that makes you double check the locks on your doors and question your elected officials.
The music the plays during the time you are talking his really annoying. Stop playing all the music.
A must listen if you love true crime
Like beating a dead horse it’s been done to death.
This podcast is an unthoughtful, sensationalized handling of a story of women being tortured and murdered. The tone is like a dramatic fiction thriller, all-capitalizing on the popularity of ‘true crime’ with little regard for approaching these topics productively or with care. Surely there is a better way to present and talk about such horrific stories of violence against women.
Hooked after the trailer and have sent to all my true crime friends!
Seriously addressing the attitude of how law enforcement dealt with these issues in the recent past. Which is really disappointing to us now but so true. Let’s learn.
Wayyyy too many ads - utterly annoying.
This is a good podcast, the journalist has done a great job of making it interesting. The issue I have with this podcast is that it has way too many commercials, which is really annoying as I continually have to skip through them.
Chuck Norris completed all missions on his "Call of Duty 4: Modern Warefare" game when set, on Prestige Level 55 "Deathmatch" setting & while standing on his head, blindfolded, hancuffed and wearing earplugs. And with his Guitar Hero controller.
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
Two episodes in, and this is shaping up as the most in-depth account of the GSK. The victim’s voices are powerful and the story-telling and production are first class. What a freak that guy was/is.
This is gonna be good!!!😜😜😜😜😜
Too many ads GB
I thought the last few episodes in particular were very well done, making me consider all the victims of this guy. I’d be interested also to delve into his past to discover just what made him this way but overall it was a great listen GB
So well put together, Paige is such a great presenter, she really made an effort to respect the survivors and interview them on their terms to not traumatise them further with insensitive ways of gathering information. Respect to everyone who was part of this series, chilling to the core GB
You only lose what you cling to.
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