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From Tenderfoot TV and HowStuffWorks, 'Monster: The Zodiac Killer' dives into one of the most notorious, unsolved serial killing sprees in history. Despite sketches, cyphers and taunting letters to the press, the question still remains: who is the Zodiac? While you're here, don't forget to listen to Season 1, 'Atlanta Monster', which tells the true story of one of Atlanta’s darkest secrets, almost 40 years later.

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From Tenderfoot TV and HowStuffWorks, 'Monster: The Zodiac Killer' dives into one of the most notorious, unsolved serial killing sprees in history. Despite sketches, cyphers and taunting letters to the press, the question still remains: who is the Zodiac? While you're here, don't forget to listen to Season 1, 'Atlanta Monster', which tells the true story of one of Atlanta’s darkest secrets, almost 40 years later.

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4.2 de 5
17.7 k valoraciones

17.7 k valoraciones

nauseatingpain ,

We’ve reached peak true crime

Excellent sound design, mostly well researched, written and produced. Sadly, every season devolves near the latter episodes into an awkward, unfounded conspiracy theory crock of crap that spoils an otherwise pretty good deep dive into two of the 20th century’s most notorious crimes.

Cjdghjhvv ,

No more “introducing...” podcasts

I have enjoyed all the I heart radio podcasts I subscribe too. But I am going through and giving all I heart radio podcasts a one star review because I am sick of hearing the same “introducing” on every podcast. I hear the same thing over and over and over. So I have unsubscribed from all my I heart radio podcasts because I am sick of episodes labeled “introducing”

balianthealien ,

Lacks Focus on the Facts

I’m a huge fan of the way Payne creates these podcasts. They’re absolutely addicting, and I often find it impossible to stop listening to them. I love the way he puts his podcasts together, and how he keeps his listeners hooked. That being said (*spoilers ahead*) Season 1 lacks significant focus on the facts. The facts show that Williams’ behavior falls exactly in line with the deaths of the two adults who were the outliers of the Atlanta Child Murders, and there is evidence that traces a significant portion of the child murders to him and his home as well. Some of this evidence is: his being the only car at the bridge that night; him changing his story about whether or not he dumped anything into the bridge and what it was; the fact that the bodies of the two adults were found just days after this incident; his connection with children in his line of “work;” the cable, gloves, and other incriminating evidence found in his car; his failing the polygraph test (I know polygraphs are not admissible as a basis for prosecution in a court of law, but it still does speak to his deception); the fibers from his bed that were consistent with fibers found on 18 of the victims; the dog hairs found in his home that were consistent with evidence found on 9 of the victims; the carpet fibers from his home found on 13 of his victims; and most notably, the fact that the murders ended after Williams was sentenced to two lifetimes in prison. These facts are irrefutable, and the fact that Season 1 chases fiction (or conspiracy theories) as it’s main source of ‘evidence’ that Williams did not commit these murders is unfounded and frankly hard to listen to. Not many people are likely to admit that they committed almost 30 murders (that we know of), especially when people continue to pursue the idea that this particular individual could be innocent despite the fact that all of the evidence points to the contrary. True crime should be about the facts, and Season 1 trails far from fact and much closer to fiction.

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