In 1971, a mild-mannered accountant and Sunday school teacher from New Jersey named John List murders his wife, mother and three children — only to disappear and begin a new life entirely on the other side of the country. Now, two veteran journalists go inside the mind of the killer, learn about the doomed family, and revisit the 18-year-quest to bring List to justice — a saga even more bizarre and twisted than ever previously reported. New episodes will be released each Tuesday through June 21.
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Really liked the story and everything that went along with it but hated how the girls talk to each other the whole time. I got to episode three and even though I was very intrigued by the murder I cannot stand listening to it anymore because of how many conversations they had with each other. You guys should stop doing that and I would love to listen to your podcast
Such a great true crime series. Right up there with production and storytelling quality of the big networks. Please pick another NJ story for your next season!
How did John NOT get syphillis from his first wife, but had all those kids with her?!?
One of the worst podcasts I have listened to. So many podcasts out like this one where they just like to talk and don’t get anywhere meaningful. If you’re looking for true crime-ish that has purpose and integrity in reporting I would suggest these instead: Bear Brook, The Real Killer, An Absurd Result, Missing & Murdered, Your Own Backyard, Root of Evil, Firebug, Borderline, Unraveled (S1), Tom Brown’s Body.
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