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Some podcasts promise to “spare no details.” Here, we slather on the details. Irreverent and bold with expert research and investigation, this ain't another Wikipedia rundown show. Visit us at whereistheline.net

Where is the Line? Where is the Line?

    • True Crime
    • 4.9 • 105 Ratings

Some podcasts promise to “spare no details.” Here, we slather on the details. Irreverent and bold with expert research and investigation, this ain't another Wikipedia rundown show. Visit us at whereistheline.net

    Do Not Pull a Gun on Mike: Our Favorite 911 Call and the Man Behind it

    Do Not Pull a Gun on Mike: Our Favorite 911 Call and the Man Behind it

    On this episode, we will talk with a man who has been held up at gunpoint on two different occasions.  Both times, he was able to disarm the would-be robbers after repeatedly punching them in the face.  During one of these incidents, Mike dialed 911 moments before striking his assailant with the phone he used to make the call.  On the recording, tones and beeps can be heard over and over as Mike slams the receiver into the face of the criminal.  Hear Mike recount the incident as we listen to this legendary 911 call.
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    • 42 min
    Feet or: The One Where Kevin Gets His Toe Sucked

    Feet or: The One Where Kevin Gets His Toe Sucked

    We'd like to give a huge thanks to our new friend Wild Yam for providing the art for this episode.  Check out more of Wild Yam's work on Instagram at https://www.instagram.com/_wild.yam_/
     
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    • 43 min
    The 83 Day Death of Hisashi Ouchi Part2

    The 83 Day Death of Hisashi Ouchi Part2

    The 2nd and final part of our 2 parter on what might be the most painful human death ever recorded.
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    • 49 min
    The 83 Day Death of Hisashi Ouchi Part 1

    The 83 Day Death of Hisashi Ouchi Part 1

    On September 30th, 1999 a 35 year old man named Hisashi Ouchi was working at the JCO Tokaimura Plant in Tokaimura, Japan.  On this day, he’d been asked to forgo his normal daily responsibilities and assist with a project being conducted at a nearby experimental nuclear reactor.  Shortly after work began a coworker screamed, “Run for your lives!”.  Ouchi darted from the room and found himself inside a changing area.  There, he began vomiting and soon lost consciousness.  Over the following months, almost everyone who came into contact with Ouchi would, in their own time, come to wish that he’d never awoken from his collapse.  But he did wake up.  This was the first of 83 days that would eventually prove themselves to be among the most painful that a human being has ever endured.
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    • 39 min
    The Black Vomit Part 3

    The Black Vomit Part 3

    The third and final part of our series on the Yellow Fever outbreak that devastated Philadelphia, PA in 1793.
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    • 45 min
    The Black Vomit Part 2

    The Black Vomit Part 2

    Part 2 of Where is the Line's? possibly never ending series on the Yellow Fever outbreak that devastated Philadelphia, PA in 1793. 
     
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Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
105 Ratings

105 Ratings

Nick412 ,

Kevin 💙

Kevin, we miss your voice! Your podcast is hilarious and I hope you come back soon.

griffin_the_griffin ,

Unlike Anything Else

I am one of those people that listen to a lot of podcasts but never leave a review. This show is too amazing and unique for me to remain silent. I have to do the bare minimum and reward them with a review. I did not discover the show by Hollywood Crime Scene. I was searching for a show that covered Issei Sagawa and found a true gem in 'Where is the Line.' All of the episodes are very well researched and presented brillantly with funny jokes no matter how insane the subject matter is. Kevin is the best and each of his co-hosts have been great (with extra props to Samantha). I hope you this isn't the end and eagerly await new episodes, even if they don't come on a fixed schedule. I just want more. Please. Thanks for the hours of entertainment.

Lee 1024 ,

Gross! Love it!

I love this podcast gets into all the gritty details that many other podcasts skip over. Listened to most episodes so far but just heard the one on Foreman Murph and it’s my favorite. They told his story with all the gory details, but in a way that was empathetic and humanizing.
(Side note, it’s cool to listen to a podcast made by other LGBTQ people where that’s not the focus! Hosts Kevin and Ashley are the best.)

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