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    Traviso486
    Sep 11
    10

    reviewed: Some Place Under Neith

    Quickly becoming one of my favorite podcasts

    I love true crime and I’m a big fan of the LPOTL and the whole collection from the LPOTL team. Under Neith is quickly becoming one of my favorite Podcasts. Interesting stories from a the perspective of knowledgeable hosts but they somehow keep it both light and interesting while not undermining the weight of the human tragedies that are at the heart of a lot of these episodes.

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    Rater90210
    Sep 11
    10

    reviewed: Some Place Under Neith

    Love it !!

    Very well done, covering important issues that no one else is talking about . Keep it up and thank you ladies 💕💕

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    Harmakis7
    Sep 8
    4

    reviewed: Some Place Under Neith

    Meh

    I struggled to feel engaged. I wanted to hear the topics and stories but there was so little content and so much banter that does not add anything of substance. Even though I agree with the host politically, I would still be annoyed when they would go on a random political rant that did not move the sorry telling along. I felt like there were episodes 00:50 long and only 00:15 was content, the rest was flat jokes, mind numbing banter, and opinionated rants with no substance or backing. The 5 part episode for hurricane Katrina could have been done in 1:30 if they would have stayed focus. This is not my cup of tea.

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    dearlandgirl
    Sep 3
    8

    reviewed: Some Place Under Neith

    Parasocial Exploitation Part 3

    Natalie… I really respect you, but if you announce a trigger warning for violence against children, etc… you really need to include a warning for violence against animals. As a victim of childhood abuse and sexual assault I’ve found more comfort and support with animals than human beings have ever offered me. And Amber really comes off as extremely callous when she laughs as you describe a dog being put down for likes. Iunderstand that was not her intention, butcombined it seems that you both are missing a huge component of many survivors’ stories by not giving these animals the grace they deserve.

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    Natcat199211
    Aug 25
    6

    reviewed: Some Place Under Neith

    I wanted to disagree with the other reviews

    I wanted to like this show, but I really have to admit that the other reviews are right- amber is really difficult to listen to. She frankly seems pretty unhinged, and not in a funny or relatable way. It’s a shame because I really like Natalie and her research, but amber’s entire demeanor makes me really uncomfortable

    Reviewed on Apple Podcasts
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    reviewed: Some Place Under Neith

    Just okay

    I like the content and the hosts are very likable, however there are CONSTANT interruptions about how white people suck, capitalism sucks, everything mainstream sucks. Add that to the frequent reminders that they don't condone the horrible acts in the stories, it really takes away from the story. If they could just focus on the stories and not irrelevant or (repeated) tangents, I would love it. We know how they feel, we know their opinions, please focus on the stories. If they really want to tell these women's stories, then tell their stories. Not your stories.

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    Rbcks
    Aug 5
    10

    reviewed: Some Place Under Neith

    Love it

    I just started this podcast but I love it already! The banter is priceless and hilarious! It’s also very respectful I think, and you can tell the hosts are passionate about bringing awareness to these cases. I’m really enjoying listening while I work! (Ps-I have pretty serious ADD and the fact that I got sucked in and listen to the whole episode from start to the actual end is a big deal for me!). Thanks for the wonderful podcast!

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    justTHEjanitor
    Jul 28
    10

    reviewed: Some Place Under Neith

    Good work, keep evolving

    I love how the stories being told are so so important but I agree with others that Amber’s sense of humor and personal stories are less than desirable. Hopefully the growing pains go away but I continue to try with these ladies. Also, while I’m sure they are meant to be funny, the episode names and descriptions are staring to get REAL wild. I listen to lots of podcasts and when I am scanning through my list trying to find something while working, I can’t take ten minutes to decipher what I’m sure are inside jokes made while recording the episode. If I could know who and what the story is about before playing, I would listen more often.

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    cmart163
    Jul 27
    10

    reviewed: Some Place Under Neith

    Yes

    This pod is great. Exactly the kind of energy we need these days #greasy

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    rdgorton
    Jul 26
    10

    reviewed: Some Place Under Neith

    So well researched and supremely respectful

    Very well researched and always respectful of the victims. It’s absolutely refreshing in a true crime podcast

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    trex151
    Jul 24
    10

    reviewed: Some Place Under Neith

    So awesome

    Keep it up!

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    Moose-alini
    Jul 22
    6

    reviewed: Some Place Under Neith

    I listen, but it’s trying

    I listen to this every week because they are covering some topics that are important and people/stories I’m not aware of. Also, I wanted to support a woman-led show on LPN. Natalie has great research, for the most part, and I think Amber means well, but actually hurts the show. I hate to say it because I think her heart is in the right place, but she just doesn’t sound intelligent when speaking on these topics. I don’t think she’s a dumb person at all, but the tone is just off from Natalie’s storytelling. I feel like if they could decide on a tone of the show and both stay consistent with that, it would be more enjoyable. Amber makes a lot about herself and does repeat stories over and over. It gets old and doesn’t add much. Natalie’s voice is fine, but she always sounds unsure of herself and I think she’s the one making this show. I always want her to sound more confident. Waiting for this to get better. I keep listening because I think there is potential here.

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    Mlagr13
    Jul 21
    10

    reviewed: Some Place Under Neith

    Great concept and execution

    I’ve been bingeing this podcast and absolutely love the concept and hosts. Most stories are absolutely infuriating but need to be told! I appreciate these women for telling the tales with compassion and leaving out the gruesome details. My only gripe would be that Amber needs to stop telling the story about working with addicts and them stealing from the cash register. If I took a shot every time she said that story I would have alcohol poisoning. Keep up the great work ladies! <3

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    arialllll
    Jul 14
    10

    reviewed: Some Place Under Neith

    Love

    I love this show and it’s focus. Natalie Jean and Amber are lovely hosts and do so much research. Their level of dedication to the truth is so appreciated. I have been binge listening to them the last 2 weeks.

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    Twiztid17
    Jul 11
    10

    reviewed: Some Place Under Neith

    Awesome

    I’m currently binging all the episodes. Thanks for making this show!

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    EmilyChristina99
    Jun 18
    8

    reviewed: Some Place Under Neith

    One of my favorites!

    I found SPUN a few weeks ago, and have been binging the episodes and loving them! Natalie does very thorough research and provides accurate sources and contact information for law enforcement. Amber’s humor isn’t always the best; I think she needs to be more aware of inserting it in appropriate places in the stories (though I can tell she isn’t intending to offend anyone, it’s just her type of humor). Most importantly, I can tell that she and Natalie truly care about these missing women and children, and I think they do a fantastic job of sharing these people’s stories without sensationalizing them. I appreciate that Natalie and Amber’s intention for their podcast is to find these people and bring them home to their loved ones.

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    qurmamaof2
    Jun 2
    2

    reviewed: Some Place Under Neith

    Very disappointing

    I love podcasts, listen to at least ten different shows regularly. I gave these two podcasters 45 minutes of my time and left very disappointed. They talk a lot with minimal actual content, they aren’t entertaining or particularly articulate, and I gave up before they even got to the main topic of the show. I ended up feeling like I was listening to two drunk people yammering loudly at the next table over at the pub. No thanks.

    Reviewed on Apple Podcasts
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    reviewed: Some Place Under Neith

    Would be great if they researched and edited better

    Whilist holding a spotlight to missing women there is a weird juxtapoaition to bad comedy lines and out dated language from both hosts. Whilw is in the same line as Last Pod Cast, the fact that these cases are open and cringey dirty jokes are made is poor taste. Interesting content poorly executed.

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    Don't Make me Review this
    May 18
    10

    reviewed: Some Place Under Neith

    Covering What Others Never Cover

    I really appreciate the focus of this show, and the POV of its hosts.

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    tsolphoto
    May 17
    10

    reviewed: Some Place Under Neith

    Natalie Jean is a great host!

    Y’all just gotta stop worrying about the woke.

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61 Episodes 734 Ratings First Aired: Mar 7, 2021

Some Place Under Neith is a deep dive exploration into cases of missing women. Producer and stunt woman Natalie Jean and comedian Amber Nelson laugh maniacally as they burrow into these fascinating stories and find out how we all can help. Brought to you by The Last Podcast Network. Art by @chaos_magic

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61 Episodes 734 Ratings First Aired: Mar 7, 2021

Some Place Under Neith is a deep dive exploration into cases of missing women. Producer and stunt woman Natalie Jean and comedian Amber Nelson laugh maniacally as they burrow into these fascinating stories and find out how we all can help. Brought to you by The Last Podcast Network. Art by @chaos_magic

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