53:00 | Mar 28th, 2017
darsynia recommended:Aug 1st, 2017
The series as a whole is utterly worth it--hardly ever has the human ability to see and interpret the same exact events completely oppositely been so perfectly illuminated.
jbone406 recommended:Aug 2nd, 2017
This starts out amazing, and just keeps getting better through every episode! I cannot recommend it enough!
alexcreary recommended:Aug 3rd, 2017
This is an incredible story, full of fascinating characters. I wish I could be best friends with John McLemore.
tdzell recommended:Aug 31st, 2017
If you haven't yet listened to S-Town, fix that. One of the best podcasts in the last year
jakburnsides recommended:Jan 28th
A friend recommended this series to me. Previous to it my exposure to podcasts had been fictional stories presented as if real and at first I thought this was the same - it's that wild a story. When my friend told me a couple episodes in, that "no no it's real. This is a real person, a real story," ...Show More
@jakburnsides That’s amazing that you went audio drama route first before non-fiction for podcasts. It’s usually the opposite!
@mm I think the very first podcast I listened to was Welcome to Nightvale because the same friend recommended it and I wanted to know the source of all the cool fanart I saw. Its only recent that I've branched out to non fiction and loving it just as much
@jakburnsides Your journey into podcasts is so much more interesting and cool than mine. I started listening to podcasts that were of men interviewing people...heh
gasstationb recommended:Feb 7th, 2018
This podcast turned out to be not at all what I expected, although, I think the very same has been said by the host, as it transforms from a potential murder investigation into an examination of a complex, misunderstood, damaged individual.
samantha recommended:Jan 13th
Amazing story. Twists and turns throughout, and beautifully told. The end will blow your mind.