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The Dating Game Killer Reviews
It's one of those podcasts that does flash backs. This show does multiple ones to different times that have no relevance at the time. It's super hard to follow. I give up on this podcast.
The information and detail really draws you in and keeps your attention. It is tough to hear info that seems to be relayed in the perspective of the victims. Hearing what a victim thought/felt before the murder is presumption, so keep that in mind.
I really like this podcast overall, but I absolutely hate the pinging sound effect that is constantly being used. It sounds like an alarm or text alert. Asides from that I recommend this podcast.
Another home rum by wondery podcasts So interesting to hear the fumbles of both law enforcement and this pretty inept serial rapist/ killer.
Great narration and well done.
Don’t need to hear a drawn out re-enactment of a child being murdered. Could not get past the little girl moving her lips to a jaunty little tune. Wanted to hear about this man and how he evaded arrest and his time on the dating game not learn about his sick fantasies. Disappointing podcast 👎
The story itself was interesting enough but the production was distracting and confusing. Have 2 narrators was confusing, at first I thought I had accidentally clicked to a different podcast. And the background sounds were awful. Who ever thought the dinging in the background was a good idea really ought to be fired. Or at least forced to listen to something with the obnoxious ping-ping going continuously in the background.
Wondery puts out the best stuff!
I was surprised to see so many negative reactions to the descriptive 1st person narration. It did exactly what it was meant to do- show the listener how wrong it felt to even try to look through Alcala’s eyes. The details of his attacks are very difficult to hear, especially knowing the age of Tali, of Robin- but Tali survived & had to carry the effects with her for the rest of her life. She didn’t choose that. But.... when you pop in your earbuds to listen to some more serial killer true crime, you really should expect to hear disturbing or gory details, & to the reviewer who said the narrator seemed to ENJOY the sickness?? The narrator did an excellent job of portraying the sickness of Alcala.
Great serious. I love 2 narrators, it was very engaging.
I got 13 minutes in. If you like storytelling, go for it. But I prefer my podcasts not to be in this format. I do love Wondery though.
Really enjoyed the series, the podcast is free so you got to expect adds, but there is one repeating sound effect that is the iPhone timer sound and I found it incredibly distracting!
THE MOTHER OF HIS MOTHER IS THE WIFE OF CHUCK NORRIS.
Love the two narrators - fabulous podcast
In wonderful Wondery style this is a gripping and well told story.
Anyone giving this 1-2 stars is nuts. Great job! Thoroughly enjoyed this GB
Lot of people complaining about the adverts, the poor folk can’t do it for free, live in the world - if don’t like podcasts buy an audio book from amazon. Otherwise good especially when trying to tell such tragic events without over dramatising it but keeping it interesting GB
Would have finished this but couldn't due to the jarring and insincere adverts that ruin the whole production. GB
W. Clement Stone
When you discover your mission, you will feel its demand. It will fill you with enthusiasm and a burning desire to get to work on it.
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