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The Dating Game Killer Reviews
Engrossing from start to finish. If you like listening to podcasts about true crime, this one really stands out.
Stephen Lang’s haunting deliver of creating the scenarios of the killer’s thoughts are sometimes better than watching a scene in a horror movie. Wow!!
This podcast is SO boring! Try harder!
This is one of my favourite podcast
Tooooooo sloooowwwww and boooorriiiing
Dubs and some
Really enjoyed the podcast but the background noise was so loud and disruptive that I stopped listening.
Sister Jean Marie
Where is Episode 6?
Great but where is the 6th one .. I want to know what happens in the end??
Where is episode 6????
Excellent series. I was hanging on every word.
too many ads, overdramatised
The adds are driving me nuts. Come on guys enough is enough!
The day before the MTV awards, Miley was broken in by Chuck Norris.
In wonderful Wondery style this is a gripping and well told story.
It’s like a really badly written crime novel. It jumps around all over the place and you don’t get a sense of the timeline. That’s particularly annoying as you can’t gauge how the killing progresses. Cheesy delivery, too. This could have been so good if they’d not tried so hard and screwed around with it so much. GB
This show is really bad. I’ve never given up on a Wondery show before but the way how it’s told - SO over dramatised, sounds like an audio book instead of real life investigative journalism - is just unpalatable. So disappointing. Please go back to your usual format wondery. GB
Too many adverts to be honest and it fell away at the end but the rest of the chapters were very easy to listen to in the car. GB
Everything is perfect in the universe — even your desire to improve it.
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