Ignore my star rating for a second and read me my thoughts, please.
Parcast productions, as a phenomenon, are great for people who are new to true crime and don't know where to start. They go a bit into the underlying psychological and sociological factors to the narratives that constantly get told. But the problem is, if you've heard all of that before, it gets a bit boring.
Con Artists is a newer Parcast production, so at this point, to me, it's started to get repetitive. But Con Artists would probably be the best place for someone new to true crime to start. Because it's not bloody or gory. And also, you're more likely to stumble into something like this in your real life than any other kind of crime.