Welcome to The True Crime Enthusiast Podcast, which started off life as a weekly written blog in 2016, and has now made the jump into a weekly one man and his mic, matter of fact straight talking podcast. In it, the host Paul looks at and recounts in-depth true crime cases from the UK and Ireland - solved or unsolved crimes, but more often than not the lesser known and obscure ones. Follow us on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/TheTrueCrimeEnthusiast/) , Twitter (https://twitter.com/tc_enthusiast) , Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/truecrimeenthusiast/) Wordpress Blog (https://truecrimeenthusiast.wordpress.com) and contact us on email@example.com. Also, you can support the show at Patreon for extra content and offers: The True Crime Enthusiast Patreon (https://www.patreon.com/thetruecrimeenthusiast)
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Sad to say but with the abuse the Brown family went through by the hands of the father, “what goes around comes around”.
A sad happy episode, I really laughed to hear of the leg in the tree. Serves him right.
No more 6 part series, I nearly unsubscribed..I Like this guy, good obscure or forgotten crime. Speaks a million words a second in some episodes, doesn’t stop for breath. Listening to the beast of Jersey. And don’t spoil the narrative by saying quote quote quote every other sentence. Update…going to unsubscribe, I guess nothing good lasts forever.
I love this podcast for many reasons. I listen because of Paul’s devotion to honouring the truth, which he combines with deep compassion. As soon as I hear the (really great) theme music I feel I can settle right down and relax, knowing I’m in safe hands. Thank you so much for all the thoughtfulness you give to each and every episode, Paul, and the time you take to tell some stories through multi-episode arcs. Well done!
Good stories. Well written and narrated but… I really don’t like it when the narrator breaks from the story and makes personal comments. A bit like an movie actor talking to the camera.
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The True Crime Enthusiast Podcast launched 5 years ago and published 214 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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