Gone Podcast

Gone Podcast

Published by: Gone Podcast
3 Episodes | First Released: Apr 26 '16
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mika4215
May 24 '19
Rating:   2
Poorly done & offensive.

Not only does this seem to have the wrong tone in dealing with the serious subject matter, (I listened to most of Tara Calico - which includes many chuckles and jokes in poor taste....why???????), but also it’s horrendous to listen to, voices, content, audio, poor research, etc etc.

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michaels magic threadworks
Feb 19 '19
Rating:   2
OMG

Horrible voicesBad grammar Overdone subject matterIncorrect informationLike is their favorite word

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w870o
Jun 14 '18
Rating:   2
Stab me in the ear hole, please

What was this recorded with? A tin can and a string? Recording is horrible; the male voice is horribly suited for any radio/podcast and the female sounds like she’s two streets over. Too much speculation and opinion and too little factual information. The best thing about this podcast is that it has ceased to be produced.

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Philsadvns
Mar 1 '18
Rating:   10
Pretty good

It’s too bad they stopped making this

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Kathy430
Dec 22 '17
Rating:   2
Don’t bother!

Awful, waste of download. This girls voice made me stop subscribing. How many times can one person say the word like? And she is laughing?? Seriously?? It’s seems like they barely did any research on the missing people.

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Matthews1902
Aug 26 '17
Rating:   2
Please do your research!

I am subscribed to more than 30 podcasts almost all true crime. I was so excited to find a new one. I started with the Tara Calico episode as I know a fair amount about this case and find it very interesting. This may be the worst podcast I have ever listened to. I can get past the voices, awful editing but I cannot get past the total disregard for facts. They clearly have NOT done their research and do such a disservice to these cases, victims, family members. Please STOP!

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Kristyb29
Jun 9 '17
Rating:   2
Stop

I never ever review podcasts but I can not resist, you are terrible. Do you realize you are laughing? These are missing people?! Besides sounding awkward, uncomfortable and not knowing the facts of the cases you are speaking of, you are disrespecting the families of this missing people and I'll give you the benefit of the doubt by saying that wasn't your intentions but I don't think podcasting is for either of you.

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VelvetButcher
Mar 10 '17
Rating:   2
Never before had I wished I were deaf

I gave this podcast a shot based on a case I found interesting. Unfortunately, I had to abandon ship after two minutes because of the hosts voices. The guy sounds like a less masculine Emo Phillips, and the woman sounds like the human embodiment of Kombucha tea. Listless fungi being poked by a spoon, that gently sways then sinks to the bottom. If you can get beyond their voices, maybe it's worth a listen? Wish I could tell you.

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mom3726
Oct 17 '16
Rating:   2
bad

This is quite posibly the worst podcast I've ever heard. I weep for our future.

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207gal
Aug 5 '16
Rating:   4
Needs better research

I usually enjoy podcasts like this, but I can't endorse this one. Many of the basic facts are incorrect. For example, Johnny Gosch went missing in Iowa, not Idaho. That's an enormous oversight. Putting incorrect information out there about his case does a huge disservice to his mom, who is still searching for answers. That whole conversation should have been left on the cutting room floor. That's what editing is for. Wikipedia is also not the best source for information. It can be wrong or biased. You need original, firsthand sources such as court documents, witness testimony, photographs, maps. Do your research! If you aren't going to do your own research, you could do a show like Crime Writers On where they discuss and have their own take on some other podcast or show. Or, you could choose less publicized cases and actually help by providing media attention to them. But please, don't call up random families. Instead, provide them with a way to contact you and let them tell the story in their own words. Then, fact check the information by obtaining firsthand source materials and put it all together so that listeners will come away more informed. I hope that this feedback is helpful and that you take it seriously. I do not want to be discouraging but rather give you food for thought. You have a responsibility to the public because of the serious nature of the topic you have chosen.

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