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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.

Customer Reviews


Frustratingly lightweight “investigation” into a famous case. He barrels through eight episodes of conspiracy theory before finally delving into hard-to-ignore fibre evidence which links Wayne Williams to the crime. Why even bother? Williams may not be guilty of ALL the killings linked to him, but to suggest he is an innocent man who has been railroaded is just laughable.

Promising but under delivers

I started off optimistic that this would be a good story with some insights into a place I don’t know well but it is overly drawn out. An interesting story and a case worth examining but it lacks any substance and then attempts to hide that with pointless filler in order to make a long series.

Some judicious editing would have helped this a lot but by episode 6 it is clear that there is nothing more there. I have lost interest in Lindsay’s work since he has upped the commercialization attempting to profit from the pain of communities with the drawn out number of episodes and tours related to the Tara case (gag) and then the endless interrupting ads in this series. This has lost its way, more focused on sensationalizing murder and a convicted killer then about examining community issues, policing and justice.

See the Boston Strangler podcast or CBC’s season 2 of Missing and Murdered for genuinely interesting and informative true crime stories that look at communities and context and are far more interesting than this one.

Amateur host

Love true crime but couldn’t get through the previous podcast from this host and it’s like wading through wet mud trying to get through this. Real amateur hour.

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  • Category: Society & Culture
  • Language: English

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