By Crime Historian
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I tell stories about the strange, forgotten, obscure, and just plain interesting. I am a teacher by day and a self-professed crime historian by night.
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Great stories made bad.
The stories seem very interesting but the host seems unprepared with info always saying if you guys know let me know, as if the listeners have to come up with the facts. We came to listen not have homework. she has not much facts. Also sounding out of breath as if she ran and came to do a podcast. Very hard to listen to.
I have always been into true crime and I'm constantly on the lookout for new podcast in the genre. You're very good at delivering the information in a way that seems very consistent to the timeline involved. I really like the fact you seem to associate different facts of the cases to your own life, such as locations you have lived or your family. It definitely lets me know as a listener you have an investment in the cases, and I believe you are giving as much information as you can dig up pertaining to the case. Don't listen to the negative comments. As you begin recording more episodes, you will start "coming into your own" persay, when it comes to your podcast. Can't wait for your future episodes!
She does a great job telling the cases. The episodes are well researched and thought out!
The crime historian does a great job telling the stories, showing she puts a lot of time and thought into each case.
Keep up the great work CH!