Up North Cold Case

Up North Cold Case

Published by: Mardi Link
4 Episodes | First Released: Apr 18 '18
New York Times bestselling author Mardi Link delves into historic unsolved murders from the woods of northern Michigan and beyond. In Season One, The Good Hart Murders, Mardi returns to the case she detailed a decade ago in her book, When Evil Came to Good Hart.
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sc icaster
Oct 4
Rating:   6
Good Story but too much repeat

Stick to the story...drop the music and sound effects. Drags a little and takes away from “the meat”.

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121664
Jul 23
Rating:   2
Scattered

No background just old recordings sounds like a conspiracy theory just a jumbled mess I have no idea what the hell is going on

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BAPawesome
Jan 31
Rating:   10
Awesome

I love this podcast. It has great production value, I love the music, and I love that we get to hear the actually tapes and voices from 1963. The narrators voice is perfectly fine and I was not at all distracted by any background noise of buttons.

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blondiestaken
Nov 26 '18
Rating:   6
what now?

this is a very captivating case, is it still unsolved ? i found this in November ‘18, and it was released last April. wonder if there will be any more episodes? enjoyed the listen, hoping for more.

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Ralanas84
Nov 7 '18
Rating:   6
Interesting

Very interesting topic, but narrator is so monotone

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jkl5876
Sep 14 '18
Rating:   6
The book was better

This podcast was too disjointed. The old audio was interesting but the podcast didn’t tell the story from beginning to end. It makes no sense. Boring.

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natalinaxxo
Sep 4 '18
Rating:   6
The story is already interesting

While the clicking noise did distract me, it didn’t take away from the story. I’m looking forward to finishing this

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SpartyMikey
Jul 5 '18
Rating:   2
Poorly done.

I was very disappointed. The story is rambling, with little or no cohesion. The production values are very poor (narration, music, timing).

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youngmc22
Jul 2 '18
Rating:   2
Poor

Poor production value. It sounds like the narrator is speaking into a cassette recorder, you can hear her pressing the stop and start buttons. This is so distracting I gave up after one episode. Would be more engaging with a professional hired to tell the story as well. I wanted to get into this, but I'm spoiled by better quality podcasts.

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Kitkatkkann
Jul 2 '18
Rating:   10
Sister Sister

Love it!

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