At long last, the uncensored, complete story of Fyre Festival. With Billy McFarland. And many others.
Part 2, Chapter 3 | Stalemate
A little update.
Part 2, Chapter 2 | Red Flags
Notorious CEO Peter Vincer continues his conversation with Oren Aks, the former Fyre Festival graphic designer. In this episode, they discuss the making of the popular documentaries, Oren’s creative direction, and the red flags he noticed before the festival was supposed to happen.
Part 2, Chapter 1 | Orange Tile Takeover
In the first episode of Part 2, former Fyre Fest graphic designer Oren Aks talks with Notorious CEO Peter Vincer about what it was like creating a viral social brand leading up to the festival and the aftermath of it.
Part 1, Chapter 4 | Moving On
In the last episode of Part 1, we hear the final remarks from Jordan Harbinger after his conversation with Billy McFarland. Later in the show, we reveal an update from Billy from his current stint solitary confinement.
Part 1, Chapter 3 | Exposed
In the third chapter of Dumpster Fyre, Billy McFarland’s close friend and confidant describes his journey through the federal prison system. Jordan Harbinger continues his conversation with Billy, providing insight on the lives of prisoners during this turbulent year and the process of preparing for life after prison.
Part 1, Chapter 2 | Consequences
In this unexpected episode of Dumpster Fyre, the CEO of Notorious, Peter Vincer, talks with anonymous inmates at Elkton Federal Correctional Institution about their experience in prison with Billy McFarland. After discovering he has been put into solitary confinement following the release of Chapter 1, Peter finds out what Billy is experiencing right now.
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Fraudster til his dying day
Having only watched the Netflix special, Billy Doesn’t have a humble or sorry bone in his body. , He has spent months putting together and rehearsing sentences of contrition for publicity and interviews and surely will continue the same on the tv circuit once he’s out. There isn’t a worse human being on the planet. How does his mother sleep at night?
Learned nothing new then they pulled plug on the podcast
Ironically, a podcast about an event that didn’t live up to the billing has done the same exact thing.
Anyone who watched either documentary or the swindled single episode will find nothing in here of interest. Want to hear the founder lie for 4 straight episodes? This podcast has you covered.
Not so good.
I was disappointed in this. It seems to be trying to elicit sympathy for McFarlane, but the guy is a total DB and I don’t feel sorry for how hard prison is on him. The jerk is completely incapable of doing the right thing.
Podcast is short on facts, high on letting Billy try to build sympathy. Sound design is poor too; I expected the calls from prison to be tough but even the intro is painful to hear over the music.