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EmilyMarcella
Dec 29 '19
Rating:   10
My favorite podcast!

I absolutely love this podcast! B.T. is an incredible story teller and has really done his research. I love hearing the history of Atlanta and the suspense leaves me wanting more after each episode. There are only two podcasts, of many I’ve listened to, that I wait anxiously for the next episode to come out and this is one of them! B.T. Has a great podcast voice and I love the way he reads old newspaper headlines. This is a podcast you need to check out!

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guliajiesey
Dec 26 '19
Rating:   10
Catlick: a Great Story, and a Greater Social Commentary

Catlick is a captivating podcast that any enthusiast of history, true crime, civil rights, and even Atlanta should listen to. It always leaves me on the edge of my seat, and gives me a greater picture of Atlanta, both the past and the present.One thing that I especially love is BT’s vulnerability on the podcast. His dedication to telling the truth on the matter, and not romanticizing Atlanta’s—and on a greater level America’s—past is exactly what people need to hear and understand. BT doesn’t cover up the faults, but instead discusses them thoroughly, and by doing so holds a realistic mirror to the public today, including himself. Overall, a great podcast, even if it makes me want to sleep with the lights on.

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shellieb129
Dec 24 '19
Rating:   6
Preachy

While the story is amazing BT PC preachiness could totally be left out and the story would improve 10-foldBT - if you really think you need to tell us how bad your whiteness is then maybe you should have added an African American co-contributed (words matter - just saying)

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Chimmyj
Dec 20 '19
Rating:   10
Intriguing!!!

This TRUE story is riveting in content and presentation!!!

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TheDisneyFlame
Dec 12 '19
Rating:   10
B.T. Harman is a great storyteller

I have listened to all 10 episodes this week. B.T. is a great storyteller. I love how he inserts little pieces of history and daily life into the mystery that he is telling us about. The mystery of the serial killer in Atlanta in the early 1910s has had me on the edge of my car seat. :) I feel like he’s giving us good insight into the mood and lifestyle of people in Atlanta in this time period. I think the podcast is very good at pointing out how badly African American people were treated after finally gaining their freedom from slavery. But while I’m learning a lot, I’m less aware of that as I am pulled into the story line. It’s mostly an intriguing mystery set in a very distinct time and place and told in an entertaining manner. Honestly I wasn't sure before I started listening if this could keep my interest but B.T. is so good at conveying the story that I can’t wait for the next episode.

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Wenry2028
Dec 11 '19
Rating:   10
Amazing Podcast!

Love this podcast from BT! Can’t recommend it enough to those looking for a suspenseful, thorough, and thoughtful recounting of an untold story.

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BentonInBuda
Dec 10 '19
Rating:   10
Tuesday Morning Tradition

I’ve already made it a Tuesday morning tradition to listen to the newest episode of Catlick on my commute. 10 episodes in, and I can’t get enough! I’ve subscribed to The Vault, and love all the historical context to go along with the pod! If you love true crime, give this a listen. If you love a good story, give this a listen. If you love history, give this a listen. BT does a phenomenal job of putting you IN the story. I can’t wait to see how this story wraps!

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Jána Gwynn
Dec 10 '19
Rating:   10
So much suspense and Atlanta history!

I had just done a Segway tour through Cabbagetown, Inman Park and Krog Street Market before I started listening to Catlick. Now I can’t wait for Mondays! BT Harman’s research and narration are amazing. It’s a fascinating story done extremely well.

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anniegal5
Dec 9 '19
Rating:   6
Not a homerun, maybe a double?

Such interesting story material, unfortunately the storytelling leaves a lot to be desired. Strange tangents that never tie back into the story. A confederate general’s funeral, an embarrassing Halloween costume...what was the point? The host could benefit from having someone else act as producer.

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LuckyEwe
Dec 8 '19
Rating:   2
Ugh.

This guy needs an editor. The topic is fascinating but the entire first episode is him explaining why he is doing the podcast and everything he thought before making it (skip that one for sure). Also, his strange and out-of-place story about what he wore at Halloween in college! He never explains himself and leaves us wondering what horribly offensive costume he wore AND he never apologizes for it. If you can struggle through all of that to listen to the interesting parts, go for it but be forewarned.

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seekingGod'sWORD
Dec 5 '19
Rating:   8
Devil went down to Georgia

B.T is the real deal. Reminds me of Devil in the White City with southern charm. Highly recommend

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Rh6519
Dec 2 '19
Rating:   4
Volume

PLEASE turn down the volume of your ads it’s ruining a good podcast. I’m outta here until you hopefully change and will not be recommending it to anyone for this reason.

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stacyjbs
Nov 27 '19
Rating:   10
Everyone needs to listen

So much to learn about Atlanta and just history from the early 1900s.

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Holly B Hennington
Nov 26 '19
Rating:   10
Keeps you wanting more!

I’m not a podcast listener. In fact this is only the 2nd podcast I’ve ever listened to. The reason....I get bored easily. You will NOT get bored with this. I’m obsessed and I have 4 others who have joined me on this bandwagon once I shared it with them. If you like history or true crime mysteries....this is a must for you.

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Byayard
Nov 26 '19
Rating:   10
What podcasts should be

Captivating and compelling. Well done, BT Harmon!!

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ldsshark626
Nov 25 '19
Rating:   10
Great podcast!

Really raw and honest. I love seeing someone willing to share the honest history of the US.

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martin.adam.ryan
Nov 23 '19
Rating:   4
Almost nailed it.

I would give the story being told a 5-star. As a native son of Atlanta, I have never heard of this piece of Atlanta’s history. I’ve listened to the first 6 episodes, and the story is engaging and seemingly an important part. I appreciate the amount of research the narrator put into understanding the story. However, the story telling aspect is severely lacking and is borderline ruining the story. The narrator uses an awkward audio filter when reading old headlines, engages cheesy audio drops from time to time, and goes off on rabbit trails often that consume time but lead to nothing. In one episode, there was a 15 minute story about the funeral of a confederate general in Atlanta, but never seemed to tie back to the story being told. In another episode, the narrator discussed a Halloween costume worn in college and how ashamed he was that he wore it, but again, this isn’t part of the story. It feels like the narrator wants to talk about himself as part of the story somehow, leading to unnecessary commentary. The story has so much potential, but it just isn’t there.

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Beachjutsu
Nov 22 '19
Rating:   10
BT Harman is a fantastic storyteller

That was true w/ ‘Blue Babies Pink’ & it’s true w/ Catlick. SO enjoying this one!!

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Mrsjames2010
Nov 22 '19
Rating:   10
Amazing!

Love the detail, care, audio effects and the history of it all. It just comes to life and puts you right there in the story. Really well done!

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Dayegrl
Nov 21 '19
Rating:   10
BT is a great storyteller!

I’m loving this podcast. BT Harman is a great story teller he leaves you hanging on every word. I love history and learning about the past. BT does a superb job of showing us some of the dark history of our country. I look forward to the new episode every week!

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