Chronicals of the missing and murdered in Canada
Just a quick update to this podcast.
A wife and mother goes missing after she leaves her abusive husband. It would be nine years before the police would investigate her disappearance. Sam Pirrea did not like people leaving him. His father briefly leaves the family home. His grandfather died when he was 12 years old. His first wife presumably left to start … Continue reading Sam Pirrea →
Albert Guay always wanted everyone to know his name. He lived a mediocre life with his wife and young daughter. His wife was holding him back from living his dreams. Divorce was impossible in a strictly Catholic province. He decided on a sinister plan. He would blow up an airplane. This mass murder would be … Continue reading Albert Guay →
The Jack Family
The Jack Family have been missing since August 1989. Ronald Jack had met a man at a pub. At the pub, Ronnie was offered a camp job for about two weeks. At the camp, there would be a daycare for his two children Russell, and Ryan.. His wife Doreen, could work in the kitchen as … Continue reading The Jack Family →
Tina Fontaine Part 2
Tina Fontaine was a 15 year old child that faced a great deal of heartache in her short life. Her mother was absent for most of her life. Her father was diagnosed with terminal cancer with months to live. However, her father was brutally murdered. She was unable to cope with her father’s death, and … Continue reading Tina Fontaine Part 2 →
Some families will face tragedy after tragedy.The Fontaine family has had to bury multiple family members due to murder. In the last 30 years, there has been at least four members that have been murdered. An aunt, a father, daughter and a cousin. Countless members has developed drug problems, and others have gone missing. A … Continue reading Tina Fontaine →
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I’m just going to put my two cents in as advice because I believe you do lots of research and work hard on your podcast. You’re speaking for victims and spreading awareness which is very commendable and kind. However, your presentation does need fine tuning. I don’t find your speech too fast like many have stated. I believe it’s a weakness in your vocal delivery, not pronouncing your words clearly and running them together that makes it appear that you are talking fast. I’m not sure what may be going on with your voice, but it is coming across as very weak and gravely. Almost as if you are ill with no strength. As others have stated about poor pronunciation, I do agree that your diction needs work. Don’t run words together because it becomes very difficult to understand what you are saying. Your voice also goes in and out from the microphone so you need to be aware of your mic and mouth positioning as you talk. Microphone and mouth need to stay together and work as one. Practice your delivery over and over before recording because you really must clean up your diction. It will take a constant awareness of what you are saying and a lot of practice, but you can do it. You have meaningful stories to tell and the writing of your script is very good. Now it’s time to make your delivery just as good😊
Hard to listen to
Read slower and pronounce your words. It is monotone, maybe a narrator?
S L O W. D O W N
This might be a decent podcast but the narrator sounds like she’s in a speed reading contest. Might come back and try it later if that is changed.