best crime junkie episodes reddit

dfk jfk , 10/29/2020. The host of Crime Fan Club tries too hard with his voice, it's super annoying. Open discussion about the Crime Junkie podcast. Lol I feel the same way.

I don’t usually get squeamish, but I almost had to pause some of those descriptions.

Red Handed is quite similar in build to Crime Junkie. The Asha Degree episode still haunts me. Dr No is the one that first really scared the sh*t out of me. Serial is good but it’s sleepy-time voice, IMO. Oh well. Thanks! Israel Keyes blows my mind and terrifies me.

Excited to dive in for some round twos! Every single episode of "cold" podcast left me shook to pieces. Same with Crime Junkie, really enjoy the way Ash tells the story but Brits soundboard reaction and saying every episode pushed me away. The episodes …

I find it harder to pay attention when it is a low, male voice. Holly Branagan (#31-34), Casefile - Case 45: Port Arthur (Tasmania), Generation Why - The Deaths At Spreckels Mansion (#136), Generation Why - D.B.

It was fascinating without feeling exploitive, In my opinion. Open discussion about the Crime Junkie podcast.

Podyssey is the Goodreads for podcasts. I used to listen to True Crime Solved/Unsolved and Generation Why but not anymore. No more Patreon thanks, until the end, which you can just skip or end the podcast.

So, gather round…and listen close. It’s similar to Crime Junkie with a lot more curse words lol. The episode about Adnan was ridiculous. Hope this helps, Oh, kk. I'll need to hunt them down by searching manually but I suppose I can't complain much in that. This is what I didn't like about My Favorite Murder. "This sick puppy did so many bad things. It doesn't work if I look up an episode but if I scroll through the list of all episodes the three dots gives more options. I tried these but I’m not really a fan: My favorite Murder, True Crime Garage, True Crime Obsessed and Wine and Crime. better than crime junkie by taking out the fluff non-sense schoolgirl jibberish). It really fucked me up.

Many! Anyone else found that very sad?

Things! and for some reason the case about Charlie Brandt really fucks me up. Can’t tell you about quality just yet... but presentation seems similar. To get the obvious out of the way, Direct Appeal will ~directly appeal~ to …

I do it all the time to save episodes that I haven't listened to from many different podcasts. Yeah I thought the hosts were a little too try-hard and obnoxious. I find Morbid: A True Crime Podcast to be pretty enjoyable and holds me off between Crime Junkie episodes. Very good listen. ...Wait. Excellent podcast. Here's a list I've kept of crime podcast episodes that I thought were really interesting: Already Gone - Who Killed Me? The Casefile 3 part special about Silk Road is probably the best podcast(s) I've ever listened to.

Reason being, CJ paints Israel as a normal dude, when in reality he is super into metal music, is super calculated, and has a SUPER fucked up mindset, which LPOTL takes a deeeeep dive into. I find his story fascinating. From murder to missing persons, there are an endless number of true crime cases. My fave murder is great but wow so much lead up crap and the live shows are super slow and lately they are REACHING! I'm struggling to make it through their obnoxious introductions.

It was CRAZY. It is like a crime junkie but done in a court junkie format (i.e.

Like Brit, your white women ignorance is really showing in today’s episode... I’m only about 10 mins in, but there are already two moments that really stick out as being so ignorant they’re mildly racist: Where Brit asks if the main guys name in pronounced wrong (are you correcting the pronunciation of a persons name?).

It was one of the most unconvincing and inelegant things I’ve ever heard. I mentioned in another thread that I listened to a couple episodes and really couldn't get into it!

I highly recommend! Edit to add: Swindled. 246.7K Ratings.

The Watts family if you want a good cry . I also like serious true crime podcasts. Everything was a lighthearted joke.

Here’s why I’m using this one...”. I listened to the Kacie one! So far, the Bryce Laspisa & Israel Keyes episodes have stuck with me the most and blew my mind.

His stories sell not his opinion on crime!

It's a community, similar to Reddit or Facebook, for people that love podcasts.

She’s is the podcast version of a “laugh track”.

First of all, they pretty much now get right to it.

Any others you can recommend? I’m a little new to Crime Junkie. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. My question with the Kacie one was although we know Dave did it, did police or anyone ever confirm that Scott was really a 13 year old boy? The facts that he was so chillingly evil and was somehow able to compartmentalize his home life from his... extra-curricular activities... is scary as hell. As part of this mission, r/podcasts is curated to promote respectful and on-topic discussions. Spotify doesn't seem to have that feature. I have a pretty crappy memory, but for some reason, this case has always stuck with me. We help you find the very best podcasts and episodes. While I don't like the chit chat at the beginning, I generally enjoy their storytelling.

About Crime Junkie Crime Junkie is a weekly true crime podcast dedicated to giving you a fix.

Well-researched, no comedy, cases I’ve never heard anywhere else. I flipping LOVE Morbid!

The recording of the guy who said his brother killed and dumped the body was pretty clear, but Brit, in her true white girl self, asks if it was fuzzy? New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the CrimeJunkieDiscussion community, Continue browsing in r/CrimeJunkieDiscussion. Direct Appeal.

My favorite is Golden State Killer! It’s my favorite after Court Junkie and like it a little better than Crime Junkie. The stories grusesomeness/oddness/ creepiness stand on their own and don’t need someone in the background making noises to the effect. What was that baby doing out that late at night in a storm? Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Crime Junkie Audiochuck True Crime 4.8 • 246.7K Ratings; Listen ... New episodes will come out every weekday through October 14th. There are about 115 episodes so far. When I saw your title, I immediately thought of some Sword & Scale episodes that were highly memorable. Heartbreaking and hard to think about but I fell deep into the rabbit hole with that one. I liked it better when she said Jock-Ease (Jacques) LOL It was embarrassing but at least it was honest. Flowers does all of the research with the exception of a few episodes that Prawat has taken the lead on. Idk..

True Crime Garage is ok but I only listened once so far and I think they have a bit of comedy but I’m not sure. Many things. I also listen to CaseFile and Australian True Crime (yeah I'm Aussie). I really liked the Kacie Woody episode, the newer mysterious one about Tamla Horsford and Joseph Smedley. I am more of an episodic kind of guy when it comes to true crime podcasts but my god "The man in the Window" was phenomenal, New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. I got eye surgery last week and have pretty much been laying around binging about 20 episodes or so.

I really enjoy the one about the Dexter Killer. 246.7K Ratings. They stick right to the story and do mention where they did their research.

Particularly the Hot Coffee episode. Flowers says that each episode takes roughly 30 hours per week to research, write, edit, and prepare for release. Every Monday, Ashley Flowers will tell you about whatever crime she’s been obsessing over that week in a way that sounds like you’re sitting around talking crime with your best friends. This group has been created for redditors to discuss the Crime Junkie podcast.

I had to stop immediately because we were watching in bed and that made me incredibly anxious!!

While crime junkie usually does an awesome job at explaining cases, I highly recommend checking out the 3 part Israel Keyes story on Last Podcast on the Left. It scares me to think you can check on your baby before going to bed at night and wake up to find them gone. I struggle as well, I listen to Criminal, Trace Evidence (but wow the 'exploring' boring theories shut it down for me- its already obvious dude!)

Holy crap. I have a lot of theories of my own and I’ve heard several others. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts.

You can make a spotify playlist and name it whatever you like, then just go to the episode you want to add, go to the menu (dots) and there is an add to playlist option. I think it's mostly that the story is so completely insane but it is reported very thoroughly and clearly as well.

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best crime junkie episodes reddit

Episode 76 - "The Big Lick" (about Tennessee Walking Horses, animal abuse, and mob crime relating to the long-standing tradition of "soring" walking horses) Episode 51 - "Money Tree" (about child identity theft) Episode 68 - "All the Time in the World" (a forensics episode … I already knew the story but still, was a great episode. It’s similar to Crime Junkie with a lot more curse words lol.

dfk jfk , 10/29/2020. The host of Crime Fan Club tries too hard with his voice, it's super annoying. Open discussion about the Crime Junkie podcast. Lol I feel the same way.

I don’t usually get squeamish, but I almost had to pause some of those descriptions.

Red Handed is quite similar in build to Crime Junkie. The Asha Degree episode still haunts me. Dr No is the one that first really scared the sh*t out of me. Serial is good but it’s sleepy-time voice, IMO. Oh well. Thanks! Israel Keyes blows my mind and terrifies me.

Excited to dive in for some round twos! Every single episode of "cold" podcast left me shook to pieces. Same with Crime Junkie, really enjoy the way Ash tells the story but Brits soundboard reaction and saying every episode pushed me away. The episodes …

I find it harder to pay attention when it is a low, male voice. Holly Branagan (#31-34), Casefile - Case 45: Port Arthur (Tasmania), Generation Why - The Deaths At Spreckels Mansion (#136), Generation Why - D.B.

It was fascinating without feeling exploitive, In my opinion. Open discussion about the Crime Junkie podcast.

Podyssey is the Goodreads for podcasts. I used to listen to True Crime Solved/Unsolved and Generation Why but not anymore. No more Patreon thanks, until the end, which you can just skip or end the podcast.

So, gather round…and listen close. It’s similar to Crime Junkie with a lot more curse words lol. The episode about Adnan was ridiculous. Hope this helps, Oh, kk. I'll need to hunt them down by searching manually but I suppose I can't complain much in that. This is what I didn't like about My Favorite Murder. "This sick puppy did so many bad things. It doesn't work if I look up an episode but if I scroll through the list of all episodes the three dots gives more options. I tried these but I’m not really a fan: My favorite Murder, True Crime Garage, True Crime Obsessed and Wine and Crime. better than crime junkie by taking out the fluff non-sense schoolgirl jibberish). It really fucked me up.

Many! Anyone else found that very sad?

Things! and for some reason the case about Charlie Brandt really fucks me up. Can’t tell you about quality just yet... but presentation seems similar. To get the obvious out of the way, Direct Appeal will ~directly appeal~ to …

I do it all the time to save episodes that I haven't listened to from many different podcasts. Yeah I thought the hosts were a little too try-hard and obnoxious. I find Morbid: A True Crime Podcast to be pretty enjoyable and holds me off between Crime Junkie episodes. Very good listen. ...Wait. Excellent podcast. Here's a list I've kept of crime podcast episodes that I thought were really interesting: Already Gone - Who Killed Me? The Casefile 3 part special about Silk Road is probably the best podcast(s) I've ever listened to.

Reason being, CJ paints Israel as a normal dude, when in reality he is super into metal music, is super calculated, and has a SUPER fucked up mindset, which LPOTL takes a deeeeep dive into. I find his story fascinating. From murder to missing persons, there are an endless number of true crime cases. My fave murder is great but wow so much lead up crap and the live shows are super slow and lately they are REACHING! I'm struggling to make it through their obnoxious introductions.

It was CRAZY. It is like a crime junkie but done in a court junkie format (i.e.

Like Brit, your white women ignorance is really showing in today’s episode... I’m only about 10 mins in, but there are already two moments that really stick out as being so ignorant they’re mildly racist: Where Brit asks if the main guys name in pronounced wrong (are you correcting the pronunciation of a persons name?).

It was one of the most unconvincing and inelegant things I’ve ever heard. I mentioned in another thread that I listened to a couple episodes and really couldn't get into it!

I highly recommend! Edit to add: Swindled. 246.7K Ratings.

The Watts family if you want a good cry . I also like serious true crime podcasts. Everything was a lighthearted joke.

Here’s why I’m using this one...”. I listened to the Kacie one! So far, the Bryce Laspisa & Israel Keyes episodes have stuck with me the most and blew my mind.

His stories sell not his opinion on crime!

It's a community, similar to Reddit or Facebook, for people that love podcasts.

She’s is the podcast version of a “laugh track”.

First of all, they pretty much now get right to it.

Any others you can recommend? I’m a little new to Crime Junkie. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. My question with the Kacie one was although we know Dave did it, did police or anyone ever confirm that Scott was really a 13 year old boy? The facts that he was so chillingly evil and was somehow able to compartmentalize his home life from his... extra-curricular activities... is scary as hell. As part of this mission, r/podcasts is curated to promote respectful and on-topic discussions. Spotify doesn't seem to have that feature. I have a pretty crappy memory, but for some reason, this case has always stuck with me. We help you find the very best podcasts and episodes. While I don't like the chit chat at the beginning, I generally enjoy their storytelling.

About Crime Junkie Crime Junkie is a weekly true crime podcast dedicated to giving you a fix.

Well-researched, no comedy, cases I’ve never heard anywhere else. I flipping LOVE Morbid!

The recording of the guy who said his brother killed and dumped the body was pretty clear, but Brit, in her true white girl self, asks if it was fuzzy? New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast, More posts from the CrimeJunkieDiscussion community, Continue browsing in r/CrimeJunkieDiscussion. Direct Appeal.

My favorite is Golden State Killer! It’s my favorite after Court Junkie and like it a little better than Crime Junkie. The stories grusesomeness/oddness/ creepiness stand on their own and don’t need someone in the background making noises to the effect. What was that baby doing out that late at night in a storm? Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts. Crime Junkie Audiochuck True Crime 4.8 • 246.7K Ratings; Listen ... New episodes will come out every weekday through October 14th. There are about 115 episodes so far. When I saw your title, I immediately thought of some Sword & Scale episodes that were highly memorable. Heartbreaking and hard to think about but I fell deep into the rabbit hole with that one. I liked it better when she said Jock-Ease (Jacques) LOL It was embarrassing but at least it was honest. Flowers does all of the research with the exception of a few episodes that Prawat has taken the lead on. Idk..

True Crime Garage is ok but I only listened once so far and I think they have a bit of comedy but I’m not sure. Many things. I also listen to CaseFile and Australian True Crime (yeah I'm Aussie). I really liked the Kacie Woody episode, the newer mysterious one about Tamla Horsford and Joseph Smedley. I am more of an episodic kind of guy when it comes to true crime podcasts but my god "The man in the Window" was phenomenal, New comments cannot be posted and votes cannot be cast. I got eye surgery last week and have pretty much been laying around binging about 20 episodes or so.

I really enjoy the one about the Dexter Killer. 246.7K Ratings. They stick right to the story and do mention where they did their research.

Particularly the Hot Coffee episode. Flowers says that each episode takes roughly 30 hours per week to research, write, edit, and prepare for release. Every Monday, Ashley Flowers will tell you about whatever crime she’s been obsessing over that week in a way that sounds like you’re sitting around talking crime with your best friends. This group has been created for redditors to discuss the Crime Junkie podcast.

I had to stop immediately because we were watching in bed and that made me incredibly anxious!!

While crime junkie usually does an awesome job at explaining cases, I highly recommend checking out the 3 part Israel Keyes story on Last Podcast on the Left. It scares me to think you can check on your baby before going to bed at night and wake up to find them gone. I struggle as well, I listen to Criminal, Trace Evidence (but wow the 'exploring' boring theories shut it down for me- its already obvious dude!)

Holy crap. I have a lot of theories of my own and I’ve heard several others. Press question mark to learn the rest of the keyboard shortcuts.

You can make a spotify playlist and name it whatever you like, then just go to the episode you want to add, go to the menu (dots) and there is an add to playlist option. I think it's mostly that the story is so completely insane but it is reported very thoroughly and clearly as well.

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