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Someone Knows Something

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Host David Ridgen joins victims' family members as they investigate cold cases, tracking down leads, speaking to suspects and searching for answers. S1: Adrien McNaughton. S2 Sheryl Sheppard. S3: Dee ...

Customer Reviews

This is art.

First review I've ever left, and I felt compelled to do so because of a negative comment that I read about the story telling. THAT is the podcast. That is what sets it apart. The human thought process behind looking at something so closely that carries so much pain for a family.

Less pontificating please

Compelling material that is completely squashed by a meandering storyteller. This podcast is only 20 minutes long, and half of it is taken up by the narrator's pretentious pontificating. I'd much rather hear from the characters involved in the case than the narrator's bloated description of the landscape or his recurring dream.

Good storytelling but please remove the music at the end

Enjoying the story and the investigative process but the music at the end of the show that goes on for many minutes is horrible. I usually let a podcast run all the way to the end before the next one starts but I can't with this - listening to the music is too painful for the ears. Please consider finding other music or just ending without it.