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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy Parker View Post
    How is Crimetown?
    I am sorry, I haven't listened to any of them yet. Just subscribed to them todsy so I dont forget about ones I am interested in.
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    So The Rewatchables is fantastic. Been listening to it all weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MJAlltheWay24 View Post
    So The Rewatchables is fantastic. Been listening to it all weekend.
    Yes! I do not watch many movies these days, but for the older ones they recapped it is awesome. Varsity Blues was great.

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    “West Wing Weekly” is probably my favorite at this point. The hosts just seem to gel better and better each week.

    My wife thinks it’s the most pointless and boring thing ever, but she doesn’t obsess over the show like I do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BrosefStalin View Post
    Best one I've listened to this year was Up and Vanished Season 1, which was a deep dive into the disappearance of Tara Grinstead. Outstanding on all fronts.

    Also, for a little local flavor, if you haven't listened to Accused (Season 1 and 2) check it out. Pretty cool to hear deep dives into local cases.

    Also enjoy the following:

    True Crime Garage
    The Rewatchables
    The Bill Simmons Podcast
    Sword and Scale
    Serial
    S-Town
    Real Crime Profile
    Movie Crush
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    We have very similar taste in podcasts. Loved Up and Vanished, Accused, Serial, S-Town. True Crime Garage is probably my current favorite. Love most of Sword and Scale. I'm going to try some of the others on your list.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Randy Parker View Post
    Been listening to Season 1 of "Someone Knows Something." I really like it. Thought you might be interested.

    Host David Ridgen investigates the case of Adrien McNaughton. In 1972, five-year-old Adrien vanished while on a family fishing trip in Eastern Ontario. Despite an intensive search and investigation, no sign of Adrien was found, no clue as to where he might be. Ridgen goes back to investigate.


    http://www.cbc.ca/radio/sks/season1
    Meant to tell you that I finished this one and really liked it. Are the other seasons any good?

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    Quote Originally Posted by True blue (and gold) View Post
    Meant to tell you that I finished this one and really liked it. Are the other seasons any good?
    I thought the second season lacked in comparison to the first. Haven't started season 3 yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by True blue (and gold) View Post
    True Crime Garage is probably my current favorite.
    I like it too.

    Have you listened to the most recent episodes about Kendrick Johnson? I don't think there was a murder there, but my goodness, what an awful story.

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    I've been listening to David Ortiz: The Big Papi Story. I also listen to: Undisclosed (a true crime/false conviction podcast), Truth and Justice (same as Undisclosed), True Crime Garage, Baseball Tonight (I had Buster Olney use one of my Bleacher Tweets last week), Based on a True Crime (they review movies that are based on a true crime story and give the real stories), History Dweebs, and The Rewatchables.

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    I podcast: KSR
    Pardon my Take (by far the best out there)
    Zero Blog Thirty (Military pod cast hosted by a former Marine and
    Captain of the Army. Very knowlegeable).
    Stuff You Should is awesome
    Oscar Combs interviews
    Bill Burr (hilarious caution cursing is involved)
    Dan Patrick Show
    PodFathers (two guys talking about being dads)

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    The Matt Jones podcast with Rex Chapman was really good.

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    Just wrapped up on all the previous Ear Hustle episodes. Thanks for whomever recommended it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AverageJoesGym View Post
    I've been listening to David Ortiz: The Big Papi Story. I also listen to: Undisclosed (a true crime/false conviction podcast), Truth and Justice (same as Undisclosed), True Crime Garage, Baseball Tonight (I had Buster Olney use one of my Bleacher Tweets last week), Based on a True Crime (they review movies that are based on a true crime story and give the real stories), History Dweebs, and The Rewatchables.
    I love True Crime podcasts. True Crime Garage is great. My current favorite is a Best Case Worst Case. The hosts are former FBI agents and prosecutors. One of them is a writer on Criminal Minds.

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    Quote Originally Posted by True blue (and gold) View Post
    I love True Crime podcasts. True Crime Garage is great. My current favorite is a Best Case Worst Case. The hosts are former FBI agents and prosecutors. One of them is a writer on Criminal Minds.
    Jim Clemente? He's been on Truth and Justice a few times and he's also got the Real Crime Profile podcast.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AverageJoesGym View Post
    Jim Clemente? He's been on Truth and Justice a few times and he's also got the Real Crime Profile podcast.
    Yes! I'll have to check those out, too. Love him. I could listen to his voice for hours.

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