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Nobody Should Believe Me

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Novelist Andrea Dunlop is looking for answers. When her older sister was first investigated for Munchausen by Proxy abuse more than a decade ago, it tore her family apart. This catastrophic series of events sent Dunlop on a journey to understand this most taboo form of abuse. In this groundbreaking podcast, she talks to some of the top experts in the world to explore the criminology and psychopathology behind Munchausen by Proxy and to reveal the wide swath of destruction these perpetrators leave in their wake. Along the way, she becomes captivated by the case of Hope Ybarra. Dunlop speaks to those most familiar with the case, from the reporter who broke the story, to the detective who investigated it, to the family who lived through it. In the dramatic finale, she’ll speak to Hope Ybarra herself.​ ​ (LM032423)


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4.5 out of 5 stars from 1k ratings
  • First season much better!

    I would give 3.5 if I could. 5 for first season, 2 for second. I loved the first season of this podcast. It was excellent - i had so many misconceptions about Munchausen by Proxy. I learned a lot, I was really impressed. The second just kind of gets lost — she gets off track, devoting almost an entire episode to a Texas sheriff and his family who have adopted a bunch of kids. The story does intersect with the overall arc, but we didn’t need the in depth story of their lives (and their gun s... more

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  • So much ads.

    Very interesting 1 season, but so much long ads. It just takes you out of the story, which is a shame.

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  • I’ve never left a review on a podcast and I listen to a lot of podcasts! However….

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    Apple Podcasts
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  • Educational and intense!

    Heard Andrea on Jordan Harbinger’s podcast, knew about Munchausen only because of The Act series…intrigued to learn more, gave this pod a listen. Just finished Season 1 and excited to hear the episodes created after. Highly recommended!

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    United States17 days ago
  • Fascinating Subject, but….

    Clear your throat already!! What was frustrating was she has a very similar voice to Hope Ybarra’s sister and I wish she had done a better job differentiating their stories. more

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