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Stop using the beeping music in the first part of the females part. I kept think my my car was beeping at me. It’s annoying and grates on your nerves.
Mike is not an active listener at all. Do y’all actually listen to the interviews before posting the episode? Mike consistently asks questions to victim family members that they will have just shared. He always sounds super awkward like he’s trying to think of the questions off the hip. he reiterates the most obvious points which is painful most episodes. I think I only come back because there aren’t many podcasts that come out on Saturdays because it definitely isn’t for the riveting content.
I really enjoy this podcast. One of the best out there. Listening in Scotland :)
Stop deadnaming trans people. If you don't what that means, look it up and educate yourself.
Mixed feelings about this show. I enjoy podcasts about missing persons. They’re by far my favorite in the True Crime genre. The first part of this show, the part done with the woman, is done very well. The second part however is so bad. The interviewer doesn’t really ask probing questions. There is so much more that could be learned from family members/other guests if only the proper questions were asked. more
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Missing Persons launched 2 years ago and published 74 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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