Amanda is a wife. A mother. A blogger. A Christian. A charming, beautiful, bubbly, young woman who lives life to the fullest. But Amanda is dying, with a secret she doesn’t want anyone to know. She starts a blog detailing her cancer journey, and becomes an inspiration, touching and captivating her local community as well as followers all over the world. Until one day investigative producer Nancy gets an anonymous tip telling her to look at Amanda’s blog, setting Nancy on an unimaginable road to uncover Amanda’s secret. Award winning journalist Charlie Webster explores this unbelievable and bizarre, but all-too-real tale, of a woman from San Jose, California whose secret ripped a family apart and left a community in shock. Scamanda is the true story of a woman whose own words held the key to her secret. Follow Scamanda on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you listen. Amanda’s blog posts are read by actor Kendall Horn.
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Before she was indicted, Amanda became the Principal of Pacific Point Elementary School. How did she become a Principal, and what was she like to work with? Find out from an anonymous guest who in the end had to leave her teaching career. more
Hear from two people who knew Amanda years ago - before the blog, before Lisa and Steve - back when she was a college student and Resident Advisor. What was she like during her time at San Jose State? And what exactly was she doing? Be prepared! more
If there’s one thing people have been talking about non-stop, it’s the blogs and exactly how Amanda was able to pull this off. And where exactly are these blogs? Charlie and Nancy work through the extreme detail and the lengths Amanda went to, not ju... more
The subject is interesting but I honestly got so bored by the repetitiveness that I couldn’t finish the show. There is so much time spent reading Amanda’s blog posts over and over again, even when we already knew she was a fake. I kept finding myself wishing the show would just get to the point and tell us what happened to her rather than trying to drag out the story so much. The timeline was confusing and the editing leaves much to be desired. The producers should have cut it into a few shorter... more
My best podcast I’ve listened to in a while 🤗
Just a great podcast more
This podcast is spellbinding. As others have noted, I believe Amanda is a malignant narcissist, and worse — a sociopath. Her poor children. The production is top notch and gripping. The listeners who criticize it for being too long should stick to TV news broadcasts. Scamanda is true-crime storytelling at its finest. Detailed, thoroughly researched, and credible. I’m expecting it to be snatched up for a movie or series. (Who will play Amanda? :)
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Scamanda launched 5 months ago and published 13 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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