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I enjoyed listening to this podcast however, I was listening to the episode “The Westall UFO Encounter” when one of hosts said the R word. It was real startling and disappointing to hear this in 2023 and I won’t be listening to anymore episodes. I also dislike the multiple tangents throughout the episodes. I’m good with talking in the beginning but I really don’t care about a 10 minutes discussion about Sake while the story has already started. That’s something I would normally look over but bec... more
Something has to be do with the one guy who seems to stutter and say “you know” in between every word. It really makes it hard to stay with it once he gets talking. Sometimes I have to skip ahead a minute or so because it takes so long for him to complete a thought or sentence. I don’t want to sound mean, but that’s the only part that needs some work. Sorry.
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All Things Strange launched 4 years ago and published 197 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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