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Motive for Murder Reviews
Episodes too short. Story unfolding w weekly 20 minute episodes doesn’t work. If the attempt was to create another “thing about Pam” this was a swing and a miss
IT COULD BE A LOT BETTER IF THERE WASNT DAYS BETWEEN THE EPISODES AND IF THEY LABELED THEM PT1 PT2 PT3. ILL COME BACK IN A FEW YEARS AND SEE IF THERE IS ANY IMPROVEMENTS DONT WASTE YOUR TIME THERE ARE BETTER PODCAST
This is a great podcast that keeps you guessing until the end!
I love this deep dive into a case that I don’t get tired of hearing about!
Great podcast. Keep up the fabulous work!
Why make this into so many tiny episodes released weekly?? All this does is aggravate people and make me not want to listen to any more Dateline podcasts— get with the program Dateline. This is not the format podcasts are or should be in.
Ok dateline you have great content but this is an old case. Why are you breaking it up in to chunks of 20 minutes. You play about 5 minutes of commercials so your content is only about 15 minutes and we have to wait a whole week for the next episode. I looked up this case on google and was able find out all about it and completely lost interest in this specific podcast. If you guys want to compete in this genre you have to make some changes. For this reason I give you guys 1 Star.
Good story and told well enough. This concept is old and tired. 20 minute episodes full of commercials once a week just doesn’t work. Also it doesn’t do the story justice because we forgot the important details from 7 days ago.
Too much background stuff in here - I got more from the Dateline podcast episode on this story. E.g. the car chats, inane character assessments. I like his voice - but I am not interested in the journalist unless he is part of the original investigation, or is bringing some new knowledge like the In the Dark team. The regular Dateline podcasts are very professionally done. I did like the There’s Something About Pam podcast though.
Looking forward to future episodes, intriguing so far.
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It’s really good but despite the narrator attempting to be sensitive to those involved it does appear to be very sensationalised which makes the listener question their moral interest in the death(s). Having said that it does leaving you wanting to know more. I just wish there wasn’t so long between the episodes being released. All in all 4/5 GB
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