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Atlanta Monster

By HowStuffWorks & Tenderfoot TV

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From the producers of Up and Vanished and HowStuffWorks, Atlanta Monster aims to tell the true story of one of Atlanta’s darkest secrets, almost 40 years later.

Customer Reviews

Started well

Started well but has descended into weird conspiracy theories. Could be interesting but it sounds like a bunch of convoluted YouTube comments.

The alleged murderer MIGHT be innocent, and he’s quite an odd character. But the show’s lost its narrative thread after episode 4.

Great start, tails off quickly

I really enjoyed the first couple of episodes, but by episode 4, I struggled to listen to the baseless ramblings of Hendrix.
A real shame.

A very long-winded way to say “we don’t know”

Lindsey has uncovered a big mess of contradictory information surrounding these murders. Essentially, that’s it. There are no answers or clarity to be had, and (as referred to numerous times) other people have already done even more research into it and found only more mess. A frustrating listen, compounded by over-production (endless droning music, news collages) and uncomfortably close microphone placement in interviews.