The Strange Death of Innes Ewart

The Strange Death of Innes Ewart

Published by: BBC Radio
8 Episodes | First Released: May 2 '19 | 🇬🇧
Unravelling the strange death of a man who seemed to have everything to live for. Was it suicide, as the police said, or something more sinister? Mick Morton investigates.
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Seamussf
Oct 21 '19
Rating:   10
Compelling and heartbreaking

My heart goes out to his family. The police clearly made no effort to investigate and thus allowed murderers of this innocent man to go free. To those people who still think this is a suicide - did you listen to the entire podcast? The podcast does an excellent job of investigating and makes a compelling case for what probably happened. The poor man was in the wrong place at the wrong time and the police made no effort to investigate. No justice for the victim or his family.

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Kgsxgg
Oct 18 '19
Rating:   2
Couldn’t finish

So much speculation about what could have happened. The family just can’t accept their son had a mental breakdown and committed suicide. Sometimes the happiest people on the outside are fighting a dark war inside. So sorry for their loss, but this story was just going in circles. Someone having a mental breakdown will do so many things that don’t make sense. I’ve seen it first hand. We need more awareness and acceptance for those who struggle. He bought a ticket to the movie Vertical Limits, and then committed suicide by jumping from a parking garage. Just think of the message he sent....

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lady-mack
Oct 2 '19
Rating:   10
⭐️

Compassionate storytelling.

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Jennlolzbitch
Jul 25 '19
Rating:   6
Okay

A truly sad story, and I can’t imagine the family’s grief. However, from a podcasting perspective, the story is just okay. There’s no “bombshell” moment or even really compelling arguments about suicide vs. suspicious death. The information is scant and each episode ruminates on the same one or two things without introducing any new evidence or angles. Depression and emotional distress are not always visible, there are not always warning signs. Everyone wants to believe their loved one wouldn’t take their own life. RIP, Innes.

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Larispie
Jul 17 '19
Rating:   10
The voice!

I haven’t even listened to a full minute of this episode, but immediate 5 stars just based on the beautiful voice and accent of the narrator.

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Nullity
Jun 14 '19
Rating:   10
Really enjoyed this

Compelling story, so sad.

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Jay maybe
May 24 '19
Rating:   10
A strange case

I’ve enjoyed the presentation of this story. As a fellow podcaster I can appreciate the hosts efforts. Good work!

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Suzi Shanks
May 11 '19
Rating:   10
Excellent

Brilliant and fascinating podcast. Really hope this brings awareness and someone comes forward.

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Craig Evans
May 10 '19
Rating:   6
Out of order

Sort out the episode order!

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