Cracking open a cold case

Cracking open a cold case

Published by: Kaitlyn & Allison
29 Episodes | First Released: Jul 29 '17 | 🇺🇸
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ElleAhl
Oct 2
Rating:   2
No!

Listen to half an episode. I couldn’t handle airhead like quality.

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Ben Bramsen
Feb 2
Rating:   10
Sad that there are no more new episodes

Granted, I’m only on the first episode, but Allison saying “so what Diet Coke things have you done today?” in the first five minutes gives me more than enough confidence to accurately rate this podcast and it’s semi-heart breaking that I know it ends after 28 episodes.

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pumpkin243
Oct 9 '18
Rating:   2
Don’t waste your time

Worst podcast I have ever heard — immature, ignorant and uninformed keep going off topic and if I keep having to do the whole face palm thing listening to them say inaccurate immature things then I’m going to have a concussion soon

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Northvic
Mar 1 '18
Rating:   10
A fresh and fun (yes...FUN) take on murder mysteries.

I really enjoy this podcast It's often hilarious despite morbid subject matter. The hosts have excellent chemistry and bring a fresh perspective on otherwise sordid tales of criminality and maythem. Give them a listen and I'm sure you'll be hooked. But don't forget to crack open a cold one before you do!

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rjredus
Jan 21 '18
Rating:   10
Best Pod Ever

These guys are the awesomest. Engagingly snarky & deleriously discursive. Eugène Ionesco meets Jim Thompson meets Pee Wee Herman. Required listening for everyone!

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hawsp from the tweet machine
Jan 13 '18
Rating:   8
Party on/totes amaze

Ok I gave it a listen. It’s had a little more Wayne’s World feel than Studio C vlog feel like I expected. Hopefully that comparison goes over a little better with the Sug.

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geriatric millennial
Jan 11 '18
Rating:   10
Good jorb

i started listening to this podcast because i follow sugar on twitter. her twitter is hilarious and i really enjoy her sense of humor....which i do not even know how to describe but.... when she linked her ~podcast~ on her bio and it was a true crime i was like WHOA NOW. the first episode i listened to was the susan powell episode and i was not very into it because it was sugar with her brother(?) (or somebody?) and not kaitlyn. big mistake. BIG mistake!! the two of them have a very fun, rambling, jibby-jabby way of talking with each other that is super endearing and funny. so i listened to that first episode and took a while to go back and listen again. it took a minute for me to really GET IT. then i did and i have a lot of fun listening to them. they frequently reference utahn/mormanisms which makes me think that i am not their target audience because i am neither of those things. however, the more you listen the more you feel like you can be "in" on their inside jokes. if they had a patreon or something i would donate.

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Antonia Crump
Jan 3 '18
Rating:   10
I want to be in the loop

Love the pod, but what the hell is a lime Rickey??

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I hate Sony right now so much.
Dec 25 '17
Rating:   10
The non podcast for podcasters

You honestly can’t find a better podcast that can immerse into the conversations trust happen in the podcast. There’s structure to this podcast and the content of the cases are more than interesting to keep you in the moment. You can listen to this anywhere and anytime without having a purpose to listen to it other than the laughs, the smiles and and the puzzling thought provoking ideas you get from the topics they cover. Highly recommend and def recommend for millennialish viewers.

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T and a for ya
Dec 13 '17
Rating:   10
“COCC”: A real diamond in the rough

Cracking Open a Cold Case is just plain fun. It’s one of those shows that makes you think to yourself “I would bro down with the hosts fo’ sho”. Its kinda like Wayne’s World but for millennials. My gut tells me this poddie’s bound to blow up (not unlike WW).

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Brooklyntd
Nov 21 '17
Rating:   10
Literal LOLs

I love this podcast, I actually laugh out loud during every episode. Interesting cases + great hosts + Utah/Mormon humor is a combination for success.

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