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I’m so impressed with this podcast! As a Warren native, I just find it so intriguing and love that it is bringing more awareness to the case. It’s done in a respectful way and the production value is far better than I expected. Highly recommend!
I was so disappointed in this podcast because I think Damien’s disappearance needs to be solved. I’m hoping the fact that the podcast exists at all will bring out some witnesses or even people with second hand knowledge, but it sure doesn’t do anything to force anyone’s hand. I feel bad saying this, but I felt like this podcast was a whole lot of nothing inexplicably stretched out into multiple episodes. I get that they just didn’t have the info on the disappearance, but then why bother? This ca... more
Thank you for bringing attention to this case. 20 years is too long for his family to still be hoping for answers.
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This is a very well done pod cast.
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Smoke: The Disappearance of Damien Sharp launched a year ago and published 27 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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