Episode 81 - This Isn't a Movie - SPECIAL TOPIC is out now wherever you get your #podcasts !! This week for our first round of our - something to do with birthdays - special topic, Alecia goes back to September 22 2006 when the 'Scream Murder' took place. #Scream#TrueCrime
can we get rid of this pseudo-true crime genre already? i’m so fucking sick of seeing media that humanizes literal monsters (often against the wishes of their victims) & especially when they cast conventionally attractive actors.
tiktoktakilerin seri katillere guzelleme yapmasi saka midir biz de true crime videolarini seviyoz seri katillerin belgesellerini dizilerini izliyoz cogu zaten zor hayat yasamis psikolojileri bozuk da bu diger insanlari oldurmeleri icin gecerli bi sebep mi 😐😐
Britney Spears'ın çöküşünün hikâyesini, başarılı bir kadının mücadelesini irdeliyoruz. Deniz anlatıyor Olcay soruyor. Yeni bölüm yayında! open.spotify.com/episode/5p9H4x… #truecrime#podcast#BritneySpears
Legal Briefs 17: Adnan Syed and the Murder of Hae Min Lee -- To the delight of many, Adnan Syed was released from prison this week, his conviction for murdering Hae Min Lee vacated. How did this happen? And was it the right decision? #truecrime prosecutorspodcast.com/2022/09/22/leg…
Have you listened to our new #TrueCrime podcast? This incredible story hit #1 in 🇺🇸 on the Apple Podcasts charts last week. Listen to the first four episodes out now and discover why everyone is obsessed.
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True Crime podcastlerini seviyordum ama bu konsept baya bir tuttu diye katillerin yakışıklı oyuncularla, estetik görüntülerle romantize edilmesi çok üzücü. Kurbanların aileleri bu diziyle travmalarının tetiklendiğini söylüyormuş. Yorumlarda da kurbanla katili yakıştıranlar var.
imagine having a family member brutally murdered, you have 10 years of therapy to cope and then one day you go onto youtube and see in your recommended is your deceased loved one in a thumbnail next to a true crime youtuber doing a pog face surrounded by 600 KFC bargain buckets
What happened to being into true crime in a “im interested in the psychology of these people and how they got to the point of committing such terrible things. It’s important to learn about these people to see the warning signs, and to pay respects to the victims”
The families have already said that the Netflix Dahmer series has retraumatized them, so I think we need to acknowledge that you watching it goes away beyond 'I like true crime cause it's informative'. Admit that the trauma of others is entertainment for you and go.