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Chameleon: Wild Boys

Campside Media
ComedyTrue Crime

In 2003, two half-starved brothers emerged from the wilderness, telling an incredible story of survival. A small Canadian community took them in. The only problem? The boys weren't who they said they were. Hosted by Sam Mullins. New episodes of Chameleon: Wild Boys release every Tuesday for free wherever you get your podcasts. If you’d like to get new episodes one week early in addition to ad-free listening and our exclusive bonus series The Art of the Con, subscribe to Chameleon: uninterrupted on Apple podcasts. Visit the chameleon show page on Apple Podcasts and hit “try free” to start your free trial today”

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4.6 out of 5 stars from 8.3k ratings
  • Subscription series

    The talking and jokes between the two of you isn’t the most enjoyable. I really want to hear facts or even the story . Sorry really down hill .

    Apple Podcasts
    1
    jack Wiley 13 for eve
    United States2 months ago
  • why is the music so loud??? turn the piano off. had tobstop listening. made ir very difficult to understand.

    Castbox
    Marchel Klawonn
    2 months ago
  • So disappointed

    This tale started out with much promise and mystery, but after episode 4 it all just rather petered out to a really dull conclusion . 9 episodes on 2 disturbed boys leave home, lie low. Tell lies and then go home. That’s it. Yes it was about eating disorders so why the advert for some probably hopeless food supplement. Really was a bit of a non story.

    Apple Podcasts
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    Steelhead21
    United Kingdom2 months ago
  • Why, oh why, do podcasts even have music?

    Castbox
    Doris Foley
    2 months ago
  • Season 2

    Season 2 is waaaayyy toooo long in the tooth. I listened until the end but I feel this story could have been told in 3-4 episodes.

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