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First came the earthquake, then came the wave. more
On December 26th, 2004, the world experienced one of the deadliest natural disasters we will ever see in our lifetimes. In part one, we will look at the earthquake which was just the start of a horrific tragedy. more
On a hot summer day in 1918, the night shift workers at the National Shell Filling Factory No. 6 in Chilwell, Nottinghamshire, England, arrived as per usual. One hundred and thirty-four of them would be dead within an hour and a half. more
Listened to a few of these episodes but despite my interest in the theme, I just can't listen anymore. more
Makes for pretty good listening... If not a little macabre and grim. Listened to the Chernobyl series and although I found it relatively well researched, some of the details were a little off and found the host kept drifting off on a tangent of pointless information. Could've been made better by sticking to the facts of the case rather than conveying who used to babysit the characters involved and their social or domestic habits. Would've made it a little less drawn out and the reason I didn't r... more
This is a unique true crime show that is well researched and told by a very empathetic yet direct and honest host. Her voice is dynamic but also soothing. She covers events that aren’t covered on every other podcast.
Like other reviewers I desperately want to like this because I find the subject fascinating. But every episode I’ve listened to tonight - all stories I’m knowledgeable about - I keep zoning out because it isn’t told in a gripping way. All the negative reviews I saw were from this year; the episodes I’ve played are from 2016. So she’s been um and uhhing through her stories for seven years. It’s just boring.
Did you seriously just lump all “gamers” into using the “n” word in this episode. I too am a gamer and am bisexual. I love disaster podcasts and have loved your past episodes but this time you stereotyped a whole group of people. Also what’s with all the fat talk. I get it the shooter was fat. Let’s just stick to the facts and maybe leave out some of the bias.
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Disaster Area launched 8 years ago and published 231 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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