The Generation Why Podcast Reviews
Jenny_LeaReviewed over 1 year ago
I do enjoy the diversity of the episodes,and Aaron and Justin seem to be such nice and fun guys. I wish they would add a little more depth to the episodes though,something is lacking. When they talk about the victims and their lives in the beginning of the episodes,they sound as if they just read info from a paper. I don't get the feeling that Aaron and Justin get to know the people they do research about,they just make notes and then read them out loud when recording. In my opinion,they take up to much time discussing and that makes me kinda forget about the victims. I want to get to know the victims,I want to feel pain,horror,sadness and anger at the end of each episode. I want to cry as I do when listening to other true crime podcasts,but Aaron and Justin doesn't do it for me. Like I s...
EmyraReviewed over 1 year ago
I really enjoy the episodes of this podcast that I catch. I am not big on the true crime genre, so I prefer the more paranormal/conspiracy theory episodes, but these guys are entertaining, and I've learned a lot of cool things from listening. If you're all about true crime, I'd recommend pretty much every episode. If conspiracy theories are more up your alley, check out episodes like Dyatlov Pass incident I'm kind of obsessed with that story.
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