The Invisible Choir true crime podcast examines the most heinous murders through investigative storytelling, primary source audio, and victim testimonials. We aim to bring voice to the voiceless, and visibility to the invisible.
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Listened to 2 episodes with a great deal of difficulty. In spite of great potential, this podcast is boring and white intolerable. There is way too much bass for comfortable listening, and it drones on and on about trans people and toxic masculinity. I’ll tune in if I want to be abused, but only then. Skip this one, folks.
Been looking for a true crime pod that doesn’t have an ear piercing dubstep intro or a host who can’t help but include his juvenile opinions on things (I’m sure most of you know which pod I’m referring to) so far this show is interesting and not annoying like I find most other true crime pods are. Way too many ads though by far the most ads in any pod I’ve listened to, if you need to have 30 ads dump them all in the beginning so we can fast forward through them all or something
Amateur writing and poor editing. So many words that do nothing for the story. So much repetitiveness. More words does not mean better. Also a lot of unnecessary dramatization.
I love how the story is told, the sound effects, and the audio! Very good!
What a gigantic POS.
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Invisible Choir launched 5 years ago and published 92 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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