Christian Bale stars as Dick Chaney in the epic tale of how a bureaucratic Washington insider quietly became the most powerful man in the world as Vice ...
Man In The Window: The Golden State Killer Podcast Video Statistics
Man In The Window: The Golden State Killer Reviews
And I like Crime Junkies
Loved this. I lived in Sacramento during this time and was so frightened. So humbling hearing about the real people/victims in this story and their healing, etc. I had no idea the detailed horror inflicted upon these females and males. You knew it was bad but did not have any idea how bad.
This all happened in my stomping grounds, but before my time. He was arrested right near my parents’ home where I grew up. It is completely terrifying to know he was that close to me for all of my youth. This story is gripping and well written, but also absolutely terrifying. I binge listened in one day and then I was up all night with nightmares. I have 3 daughters and a son and the thought of any prowler watching us or sadistically tormenting us is anyone’s worst nightmare and completely horrific.
Good story telling . The computer generated narrator’s voice sounds almost human , very impressive tech.
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
I especially appreciate the bonus episode on the male victims’ experience. Overall a great podcast that sheds light on the impact of crimes like these and the issues around the investigation practice of such crimes.
This one was very well done!!
Wow must here this
Is this the only podcast you have?? I love this. I need more!
Hooked after the trailer and have sent to all my true crime friends!
After 37 years of policing experiece, this podcast captures many facets of the terror and frustration in dealing with a prolific, serial offender like this. The perspective of the victims is very compelling. Listening to the haunted laments of well-intended law enforcement personnel realizing, in retropsect, that they may have missed opportunities to end the killing spree, is tragic to hear.
Loving this so far, it’s a nice in depth look at the back history and all the harm this man caused throughout his life before he was finally caught.
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 doesn't fan the flames of jealousy - he farts on it.
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!!!😜😜😜😜😜
The content itself is gripping...you just start to get into it then an advert is played with no jingle to separate! Could be a 4-5* podcast if the adverts were all played at the start and end instead of random intervals. GB
I liked the show but the advertisements are too long and unbearable GB
This is an alright podcast but the ads are a nightmare, had to give up listening half way through the series because they were so bad! Do them at the start and end not every 4 minutes!! GB
Imagination will often carry us to worlds that never were. But without it we go nowhere.
Man In The Window: The Golden State Killer Wiki
A man is an adult male human. Like most other male mammals, a man's genome typically inherits an X chromosome from his mother and a Y chromosome from his father. The male fetus produces larger amounts of androgens and smaller amounts of estrogens than a female fetus. This difference in the relative amounts of these sex steroids is largely responsible for the physiological differences that distinguish men from women. During puberty, hormones which stimulate androgen production result in the development of secondary sexual characteristics, thus exhibiting greater differences between the sexes. However, there are exceptions to the above for some transgender and intersex men..