The podcast started strong with a compelling story, but I couldn't personally finish because of the tone it took halfway through. The ads placement is really annoying in the middle of episode without any warning. The host like to talk about himself a lot (or have other people do it for him). But any of that would have been fine. the real problem for me is the content itself. The host isn't a journalist and I guess you don't realize how much journalistic integrity matters until it is lacking. Names of real people were mentioned as potential suspects without any regard for the effect it would have on their lives. At some point, the host decided he was a crusader with a mission to make the people responsible "pay" (those were his words). One interview with a person involved (Brooke) was particularly jarring because he was berating her about her conflicting feelings and telling her what she should do instead of trying to understand where she was coming from. In my opinion, the point should be to get the truth and understand how people came to do something absolutely terrible. You can't be judgemental, have a preconceived notion of what happened and you can't rely on hearsay/gossip to build your narrative. It seems the host just wanted to ride the true crime wave without an idea of what that entails (e.g. it doesn't entail putting your grandmother on the air to sing your praises).