On November 13, 2022, four students from the University of Idaho are brutally stabbed to death in an off-campus house. After a lengthy investigation and cross-country manhunt, a Ph.D. student from a neighboring university is charged with the crimes. As it turns out, the 28-year-old was majoring in criminology, studying the behavior of killers like the ones he would later be accused of becoming. Did he use his skills to become a real-life Dexter? Were the Idaho victims his first, or was a serial killer hiding in the midst? The producers of The Piketon Massacre explore all sides of the shocking crime in pursuit of the truth.
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Too many commercials, it’s overwhelming! And the mispronunciation of many words including Hyundai (not Honda) and Elantra (E-lanta or E-lantra)… makes me crazy! Stephanie, you were so great in the other seasons!
Title says it all. Enjoy your 35 minutes of advertisements and rerun clips.
The podcast itself is great but half of the time in an episode is ads. Find myself forwarding through most of it.
The amount of ads in each of the seasons is maddening. I started out with the Idaho case where the number of ads was barely tolerable and some of them downright infuriating. Not sure why I then started listening to the earlier seasons covering a different case. Eventually I ended up googling the case details and outcome because the episodes were so repetitive and riddled with even more ads. Stopped listening midway through. I am now actually thinking twice before starting another iheart podcast ... more
Not for me. I lasted about 15 minutes. The accents just kill it for me. Where is that? Is it valley? Vocal fry - extended last syllable. Just irritating and not conducive to a long listen. Also they said something like ‘the walls literally bleeding’ and blood seeping through the walls’ and then the guy say ‘we’re to going deeper and get to the truth’ ‘lots of false information out there - facts not checked etc’ This after making an Amityville horror like statement that the walls were literally b... more
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