20 episodes

My Personal Exploration into the world of Conspiracy

A Skeptics Guide To Conspiracy Mike Bohler

    • Society & Culture
    • 3.7, 61 Ratings

My Personal Exploration into the world of Conspiracy

Customer Reviews

3.7 out of 5
61 Ratings

61 Ratings

ThebigJ1er ,

Breathe, man

I love what this guy does. However, I wish he'd try and fix his enunciation and general speaking style. (I understand it's not easy, this is just constructive criticism). He's hard to follow sometimes, hard to hear. Sentences and even words cut off mid stream. he stumbles and stutters over words and pronunciation. Not all the time, but enough to make it a challenging listen.

To him: slow down a bit and think about what you want to say. Speak clearly. Maybe try using a script when appropriate. I know of lots of podcasters that got better at talking free form after using a script for a time. You're doing something good and important here. I mean thus with the best intentions and mean no offense. Good luck.

DonatoDan ,

Thourough but somewhat tedious

This is a much needed podcast shining a light on all the misconceptions pushed as fact by the numerous conspiracy groups and "experts". The info is complete and thorough but the host needs to take a breath and slow down.
Unfortunately his speaking style is monotonous without any emphasis on areas that should be highlighted. If he could stop sounding like he is just reading copy his subject matter might bring his audience closer to the material. It needs to be personal and not just rote.

Rufuscure ,

Generic and shallow

Surface level talk about topics, and very low energy. No deep dives on any subject, and relatively short in length compared to any other podcasts around. I started to feel like it was a waste of time, and with the last episode it sounded way too personal, and grasping so goodbye.

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