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MF2016
MF2016
4 star

Story is shocking. The coincidences are too striking not be coincidence. The cast of characters from crystal lake are unique to say the least. In depth and descriptive podcast just wished there was a massive reveal at the end. Looking forward to updates.

Cmk1014
Cmk1014
5 star

Had me hooked all the way to the last episode!!!

greta h love lucky
Greta h love lucky
5 star

I loved it It was great and not to scary

madisonlily
Madisonlily
5 star

Great podcast host has a great voice and has done extensive research

Good game with flaws
Good game with flaws
5 star

I have binged this over a couple days and can’t wait for more!! The way he articulates his words is very captivating. Only con is the scary sounds/ads. I listen alone with headphones in most of the time and I try and skip what I can 😂

silvsrosa
Silvsrosa
3 star

the pronunciation of certain words drove me INSANE😅 & very cheesy - if you love incredibly cheesy/exaggerated narrating - you’ll love this! + story line is a bit all over the place. good for passing the time while you wait for other podcasts eps to come out but that’s about it🙈

PratimaS
PratimaS
2 star

But it’s choppy and by the next week I have forgotten the developments. By the time you get to the most recent episode you’re like - wait who the hell is the witness again ?

Stevo McSteverino
Stevo McSteverino
3 star

A lot of build up and teaser statements but ultimately the episodes lose steam, especially when it boils down to grossly inept police work in the 70’s. I give credit to the writers for making it more compelling than it actually is.

TheMatrix
TheMatrix
3 star

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Samanthadrum
Samanthadrum
4 star

A good podcast but I wish the narrator and writer would stop referring to themselves all throughout this- we get that you’re a good writer!

tae & mochi
Tae & mochi
5 star

Just amazing! Once one episode is over I keep on rewinding to hear it again! Can’t wait to Hear more!

Insomniartist
Insomniartist
4 star

But PLEASE! It’s ESPECIALLY; not ECSPECIALLY!

Chuck Norris
Chuck Norris
31 October 2020

there is no use crying over spilled milk, unless its Chuck Norris' milk because then your gonna die

mikehart09
Mikehart09
3 star

Interesting but sooooo many ads for 40 min episodes. Already wondering if worth it after episode 3.

Little Miss Celtic
Little Miss Celtic
5 star

Can’t rate this high enough, what you’re doing is incredible! Gripped 👍🏻 GB

David Rhys
David Rhys
5 star

Download and listen. This is one of the best true crime podcasts I’ve listened to. EXCELLENT. GB

Saint c m
Saint c m
3 star

Started off strongly with an interesting story of a series of crimes I hadn’t previously heard of. Then it seemed to change direction very quickly onto an unrelated crime and after that I found it difficult to follow and felt the narrative was lost. Shame as it could have been a good series. GB

Pablo Picasso
Pablo Picasso
31 October 2020

Inspiration exists, but it has to find us working.

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  • Relase Date28 October 2020
  • CategoryTrue Crime
  • ArtistiHeartRadio
  • Track11

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