This is a podcast where two sisters research and comment on murders committed by black offenders, some of which, barely get any public attention. Because of this, they are able to accumulate significant amounts of victims & operate for long periods of times without being caught. We will also be discussing missing African American victims, unsolved cases, as well as solved disappearances. DISCLAIMER: THIS PODCAST IS NOT FOR THE FAINT OF HEART. LISTENER DISCRETION IS ABSOLUTELY ADVISED.
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I’ve always wondered how a single person can terrorize an entire city.. How they’re able to outwit police and investigators for years while continuing to mercilessly take lives… Well in today’s case, you’re all going to be wondering the exact same th... more
Have you ever played grand theft auto? If you have, you know the goal is to essentially cause as much mayhem as possible to earn points. Which includes punching characters in the face, running them over, or even just ending their “lives” completely. ... more
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This podcast is all I’ve ever needed! Combining my two favorite things, true crime and black women!! You guys keep going and don’t let anyone stop what you’re putting out! Thank you for giving me laughs, tears and giving it to me in terms that resonate with me and all my blackness!! ❤️
It’s very much giving victim blaming , childish, and insensitivity. I understand making a few jokes every now and then because these are sick stories, but at some point y’all need to realize that these are people who’ve lost their lives in horrific ways . They don’t deserve to have their stories told with y’all laughing every five seconds like it’s all a big joke . I want black women to win so please consider taking the advice of your reviewers.
I truly believe this podcast has the potential of being something great if the creators became a little more sensitive to certain topics. As many have mentioned, laughing while discussing someone being murdered is distasteful. The comments of “if it were me…” when discussing a DV case are absolutely unnecessary. Ladies, you may have listeners who are in DV relationships and your comments of “JUST LEAVE” aren’t necessarily helpful. I would love to continue to listen, but If there’s no change, you... more
If you have a dark sense of humor ! Become a subbie!! This show is just great ! I wish I listen more
At first i wasn’t too fond of your podcast, because of the laughing and goofing around. But! I started watching you on You Tube as well. You ladies/sisters are so beautiful and witty and down to earth! Keep up the good work 100% a fan!
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Black True Crime Podcast launched 3 years ago and published 64 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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