Kendall Rae is a true-crime content creator on YouTube who has used her platform to spread awareness for victims and their families. Now she is bringing episodes of her YouTube true-crime series to podcast format, to hopefully create even more awareness around the cases she covers. Kendall's approach to true-crime content is empathetic and always approached with victims in mind first. Join Kendall in her journey to spread awareness and bring justice to those who need it most!
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My favorite podcast was the zodiac killer it was interesting and had a lot of ups and downs more
I have been listening to true crime for a while. I stumbled on Kendall’s podcast and have been binging it! I love it and the way she is basically herself! She swears and tells it like it is- my kinda person. I am impressed by her charity work and the way she interviews family’s and says any negative comments are not welcome. I just feel her story telling is very good and I enjoy listening to her on my commutes!
I'm very happy he was found guilty. I'm wondering where the t-shirt was found at the scene of the crime? I think it was a lure to get her there and seem innocent. I feel like the t-shirt wouldn't even be close to her body because he was never really going to give it to her.
This is just a rehash of a TV series that covered this case. The audio is from the TV series, and there's no new info or anything. Pretty much borders on plagiarism.
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True Crime launched 2 years ago and published 168 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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