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Mixed emotions here. I’ve been a sporadic listener over the years bc I like the stories but there are just too many similar podcasts out there now that are more enjoyable to listen to and friendly for more audiences. I don’t mind cursing but the Maddie’s is just so much of a drawn out attempt to add to the conversation. It can be so distracting and is completely unnecessary. I love their relationship and love that they have a practical knowledge of what they report on but it would be a much mor... more
The mom is a great host. But the daughter does nothing but yell and swear. Not only does she not add to the show, she takes away from it with the constant f-bombs every other word. It’s like she’s trying REALLY HARD to seem cool. If she just behaved in a respectable/intelligent manner this show should be 5 stars.
I wanted to like this podcast. The host who leads and doesn’t question everything and curse is great (and I’m not against cursing). The daughter seems to be attention seeking with all the cursing and questioning why victims made certain decisions (VICTIM SHAMING!!) is awful. I’m sorry. This podcast isn’t going to make it with one of the hosts shaming victims and cursing like a sailor about why she is right and the victim is wrong.
Yes this is entertaining and yes I love the relationship however this is before they did a show near my location and realized how many details they obviously didn’t know. There are NO CRACKER Barrels in the state of Washington, let alone in a tiny town in the middle of nowhere. Please at least google your facts especially if your going to spend 30 minutes talking about it!!
I can’t stop listening to this. Marie and Maddi’s banter and clear close bond make this so enjoyable. Keep it up ladies!!
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Lost In The Woods Podcast launched 4 years ago and published 151 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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