A true crime podcast that seeks to go beyond the narrative and discover the truth. Both sides have facts, which picture comes into focus depends on how those facts are Framed.
Where There’s Smoke – Part 1
To the question, what exactly happened inside the Wat Promkunaram temple on a warm summer night in 1991… we have an answer, and we think we can prove it.
In this case, the evidence the jury used to reach their verdict was remarkably different than the evidence we’ve covered so far. On this episode of Framed, we’re going to explore why.
This episode covers some of the more relevant snitches.
House on the Hill
On this episode of Framed, we’re going to focus on our material fact witnesses.
Looking at “persons-of-interest.”
"It's time to give it up. I want you to start telling me what happened on August 9th, what your involvement was, and who all was there at the Temple. Let's just get this out and get it over with."
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Hear the mystery unravel
This is a really good podcast. Each episode takes you deeper into what on the face of it seems a straight forward case. The Framed team have done an amazing job to reach the conclusion and the search for the truth.
Only let down is some of the acted character voice overs. Difficult to listen to at times.
Most tedious crime podcast out there
Have tried 4 times to get into this but everything about it is tedious - including the patronising writing about what the listener should look out for or ignore. I feel for Brian’s family cos if this had been done by anyone else, the family might now be in court receiving justice for their son or brother.
Who took out the trash?
Season 1 had to give up after being bored to death enduring 5 episodes of who took out the trash? Did u take out the trash, I took out the trash, I didn’t take out the trash, I took out the trash with someone else, who else took out the trash, who witnessed someone taking out the trash? Well u get the idea two and a half hours in, they’re really dragging this out.