The 911 Calls Podcast: Shock, Chuckle, and Aww with The Operator & Kent Chungus11:59 Media, The Operator, and Jess bring you another masterpiece for your earballs: The "911 Calls Podcast".Traverse the intense landscape of real-life 911 calls from around the globe, expertly dissected and presented to you ... along with a healthy dose of jibber jabber. Each episode is a rollertoaster of emotions. Brace yourself as the "shock call" sends chills down your headphones, stirring the deepest corners of your corners. Then, as you're still grappling with the intensity and reeling from the jibber, Jess and The Operator cleanse your emotional palette with a lighter 911 call and some jabber that will, undoubtedly, tug at your heartstrings or tickle your funny bone.Whether it's a heart-wrenching cry for help or a bizarrely endearing emergency about a cat stuck in a toaster, this podcast offers a unique blend of the profound and the playful. With an endless trove of 911 calls to explore, The Operator... more
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In this episode we cover the case of a nagging neighbor dispute and the fallout from what turned out to be the final straw for these fenced-in foes. We end things on a high note drenched in crab Rangoon sauce. It’s a journey. You’ll love it. Hugs. ❤️... more
On this episode, we get in on the group hug of a family in distress. There’s seems to be no amount of support that can keep this situation from getting shot full of holes. It’s a tale as old as … old people wielding World-War-II-era revolvers. more
On this episode we cover the intense shootout at a mall, he senseless mass killing, and fallout. We end it with a happy ending that is good for the mind and soul. Hugs. ❤️ more
I love this show so much that I listening to all of the episodes again:)
So glad to know Chase is texting during the show now and not talking.
Dude, that review left by Merowee or whatever is is that she calls herself..(I reversed this podcast a ton of times and still don’t know), is unnecessary. Maybe if she put some time into listening to this podcast, she would understand that the banter in the beginning is just part of the podcast. I like it. I think this chic needs to keep her opinions to herself unless they’re actually helpful. People make their livings off the stars that they’re getting and for someone to give a one star on such... more
I starting listening to this show a few years back when The Op had Jack Luna with him. It took a while for my UK sense of humour to get my head around The Op’s weird accent but I persevered, and after a handful of shows I just fell in love with this show. The “jibber jabber” is hilarious and the 911 calls are both shocking and hysterically funny in equal measures! Good work guys & thanks for all the laughs!
The operator, Jack, Kent and now Jess always make me laugh.
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911 Calls Podcast launched 7 years ago and published 342 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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