The Dark Divide
By The Dark Divide
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A true-crime podcast that takes a seat, dangles it's legs over the edge and stares into the abyss.
||ExplicitEp. 5 - When the Bough Breaks||Both the US and Canada would be shaken by the senseless murder of Andrew Bagby in 2001. We like to believe that cases with evidence as straight-forward and clear cut as this begin and end simply in the legal system with the necessary consequences delive||10/20/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitEp. 4 - Dead Meat Soon||On June 8th, 1989 the body of Cindy James was discovered in Richmond, BC. She was laying on her side, with her ankles and wrists fastened behind her & had a nylon stocking tied tightly around her neck. The cause of death however, would be overdose. Almo||1/29/2018||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitEp. 3 - Embers and Ashes: Part II||On June 8th, 2017 Randy Stair (also known as Andrew Blaze) would arrive for night shift at The Weis Market and kill 3 co-workers before committing suicide. The headlines about the shooting would die down quickly, in much less time than had even been spe||11/21/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitEp. 2 - Embers and Ashes: Part I||On June 8th, 2017 Randy Stair (also known as Andrew Blaze) would arrive for night shift at The Weis Market and kill 3 co-workers before committing suicide. Within hours, police would search Randy's room and find the remnants of a trail, leading to one o||11/6/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||ExplicitEp. 1 - In Living Color||In 1974 an American news reporter, Christine Chubbuck, was the first person to commit suicide on live television. Like any other tragic and horrifying event, in the midst of sorrow and confusion, we are all left with one question: Why? Follow us on Twit||10/17/2017||Free||View in iTunes|
I listen to many podcasts and this is truly one of the best! The writing, the delivery, the production...I am so impressed. Well worth your time. Obviously a lot of thought and care is taken to present the whole picture.
Storytelling at its finest
Between the writing, production, and narration I’m blown away by the thoughtfulness and quality put into this podcast. It’s engaging while emotive, and leads the listener through factual narratives that are robust with imagery without crossing into the melodramatic. The writing is unpretentious but woven with charm and the perfect notes of somberness. Worth the listen!
Host tries to make out a mass-murderer to be a sympathetic character and refers to a male named Andrew as “she” the whole podcast. HE is a piece of garbage and deserves no sympathy.