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  • RM

    RM New York

    Was great hearing more about you guys behind the scenes. This show is getting me through a very hard time at work. Your friendly and familiar voices and great storytelling and commentary are usually the best part of my week. So awesome to hear about you bros and the show.

    Was great hearing more about you guys behind the scenes. This show is getting me through a very hard time at work. Your friendly and familiar voices and great storytelling and commentary are usually the best part of my week. So awesome to hear about you bros and the show.

  • True Crime Garage

    True Crime Garage

    Thanks RM - keep bullying through at work & one day you'll be calling the shots! Have a great weekend - Oh yeah GO CAVS!!! Nic

    Thanks RM - keep bullying through at work & one day you'll be calling the shots!
    Have a great weekend -
    Oh yeah GO CAVS!!!

    Nic

  • Hunter

    Hunter Dayton, OH

    This was a fantastic episode to listen to. My girlfriend and I are attempting to start up a true crime podcast in our spare time, and it was great hearing some pointers from you guys. Truly inspirational. Thank you for this.

    This was a fantastic episode to listen to. My girlfriend and I are attempting to start up a true crime podcast in our spare time, and it was great hearing some pointers from you guys. Truly inspirational. Thank you for this.

  • Tosha

    Tosha No Man's Land Oregon

    Thank you for making this episode! It was a great listen. This is my favorite true crime podcast and I love hearing more about the people behind the show.

    Thank you for making this episode! It was a great listen. This is my favorite true crime podcast and I love hearing more about the people behind the show.

  • True Crime Garage

    True Crime Garage

    Thank you Tosha!

    Thank you Tosha!

  • Eliza

    Eliza Boulder, CO

    I absolutely love that you guys chose to producd this Q&A episode! I am both teased and revered (the latter being more a delusion of grandeur) for being a true crime nerd and hands down, True Crime Garage is my favorite. I've been a loyal listener since episode 3 and was psyched when the well earned success of your show allowed you the additional time to produce a second one each week. I have no doubt that I'm in league with the majority of your listeners who have heard or watched some report of the worlds more renowned "bad guys" and their transgressions. Yet you always bring new information or theories to these notorious crimes. Additionally I am so grateful that you often choose to dive into lesser know cases, shedding new (or at least more) light onto mysteries that could one day even lead to their resolution! The most chilling podcast for me is still that 911 tape of Brandon Lawson. I've listened to both episodes twice and even just now the hair on the back of my neck is standing up as I think about deciphering those final words. And I am one of those weirdos who falls asleep listening to true crime shows - there's something soothing about the narrative but the stories still hold my attention so my racing thoughts have something to focus on. Anyways, love everything about what you guys do with True Crime Garage - you're equally witty and smart and the dynamic is gold. Thank you!

    I absolutely love that you guys chose to producd this Q&A episode! I am both teased and revered (the latter being more a delusion of grandeur) for being a true crime nerd and hands down, True Crime Garage is my favorite. I've been a loyal listener since episode 3 and was psyched when the well earned success of your show allowed you the additional time to produce a second one each week. I have no doubt that I'm in league with the majority of your listeners who have heard or watched some report of the worlds more renowned "bad guys" and their transgressions. Yet you always bring new information or theories to these notorious crimes. Additionally I am so grateful that you often choose to dive into lesser know cases, shedding new (or at least more) light onto mysteries that could one day even lead to their resolution! The most chilling podcast for me is still that 911 tape of Brandon Lawson.
    I've listened to both episodes twice and even just now the hair on the back of my neck is standing up as I think about deciphering those final words. And I am one of those weirdos who falls asleep listening to true crime shows - there's something soothing about the narrative but the stories still hold my attention so my racing thoughts have something to focus on. Anyways, love everything about what you guys do with True Crime Garage - you're equally witty and smart and the dynamic is gold. Thank you!

  • Pete

    Pete Ontario,canada

    On the Brandon Lawson 911 tapes it sounds like he is saying "state trooper just pulled some guys over " but it sounds like an edit. Plus with an accent it could be hard to decipher

    On the Brandon Lawson 911 tapes it sounds like he is saying "state trooper just pulled some guys over " but it sounds like an edit. Plus with an accent it could be hard to decipher

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