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Murder is a crime of many victims. It affects not only the murdered, but also those who loved them. The Murder in My Family tells the effects of murder from the perspective of the family members of the victims and shows how they, too, are victims in this terrible crime.

The Murder In My Family AbJack Entertainment

    • True Crime
    • 4.7, 568 Ratings

Murder is a crime of many victims. It affects not only the murdered, but also those who loved them. The Murder in My Family tells the effects of murder from the perspective of the family members of the victims and shows how they, too, are victims in this terrible crime.

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
568 Ratings

568 Ratings

bmarieMac ,

Heart wrenching

Mike I just need to say you have a heart of gold. I have been listening to your podcast for over a year now and have cried my way through many episodes. I truly think that you are helping these families. Healing is a process and getting to talk about the pain is a part of it. This recent episode of Maddie Finch I’m pretty sure you were crying too. To do this job, you are putting yourself thru a lot too. As an empathetic person which you obviously are, these cases take their toll on you, too. I just thought you should know that your sacrifice is not unnoticed.

Ponloto ,

TCFan

Loving this! Binge worthy!

LazySavr ,

Podcasting 101

This is a 2-star podcast I’m giving 5 stars because I’m giving feedback and not so much a review. I love the concept of speaking with families, but I would appreciate an edited interview format with his observations and key facts cushioned between guest commentary. If the point is to have casual conversations lead by whatever the guest might say next, it’s a huge missed opportunity to dive deeper into the case. I don’t tune into a true crime podcast because I’m scared of a few details. Sure, the guests have insights that stand on their own, but there must be at least an attempt to corroborate with the scene or timeline because people in trauma sometimes later prove to have unreliable accounts. Shows that provide context to the era and mindset in pop culture can be grounding for a listener. Please deal with the audio issues. Is it the equipment, the studio soundproofing, or lack of editing? At one point, I swear I heard the interviewer yawn. After that Lol I was peace out.

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