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Ten years ago, over three hundred men, women and children disappeared from a small town in Tennessee, never to be heard from again.

In this podcast, American Public Radio reporter Lia Haddock asks the question once more, "What happened to the people of Limetown?"

Order the Limetown novel now at http://book.limetown.com

Limetown is produced by Two-Up, the producers of 36 Questions and The Wilderness. Thank you for listening.

Limetown Two-Up

    • Drama
    • 4.6, 256 Ratings

Ten years ago, over three hundred men, women and children disappeared from a small town in Tennessee, never to be heard from again.

In this podcast, American Public Radio reporter Lia Haddock asks the question once more, "What happened to the people of Limetown?"

Order the Limetown novel now at http://book.limetown.com

Limetown is produced by Two-Up, the producers of 36 Questions and The Wilderness. Thank you for listening.

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
256 Ratings

256 Ratings

kokobelongs2fox ,

I loved how real it felt.

Limetown was believable and exciting. It created a web of a world that made me need to double check my sources to figure out if it was a real event. Because it feels possible and it feels inevitable. Scary and amazing I can’t wait to watch and read this! But I hope more podcasts come!

M33gs ,

Misrepresented but okay if you like a good yarn

As a true crime lover I started listening to this under the assumption it was a true story. Maybe I’ve been living under a rock? It took me half of the first episode to realise (due to the terrible acting) that Limetown is a fictional story. Everything you’re initially presented with, including the podcast synopsis, is just for dramatic effect. The sound production deserves some credit but besides that I couldn’t get through the first ep. The characters and their scripted speeches make for uncomfortable listening. It’s so dramatised and does not resemble how you’d expect the respective characters to speak about the situation. Especially the detective! After the line about not planning for rain I was done. Give it a go if you want to enjoy a fictional mystery.

Hubert Delfry ,

Disappointing

This should not be under the True Crime genre. It’s a fictional story. This was misleading.

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