Last Podcast on The Left Comedy/Casual, Paranormal

Hosted By: Marcus Parks and Henry Zebrowski

The Last Podcast on the Left mixes a dash of true crime, paranormal, and comedy all into one place,.

With new episodes released once a week, you’ll find everything from serial killers to conspiracy theories, UFO sightings and sex cults on this podcast — all leading you to the conclusion that nothing is off limits for these long time friends to share and talk about together.

Last Podcast on The Left Podcast Hosts:

Last Podcast on the Left is hosted by Marcus Parks and Henry Zebrowski. Marcus Parks i a demented academic and gleeful observer of all things ghoulish who pores over the disturbing data and horrifying accounts of true crime and creepy cryptids. Henry Zebrowski is a conspiracy theorist and collector of alter-egos who happily descends into madness and inhabits the minds of neurotic axe murderers and baffling ufologists.

Praise from Listeners*:

  • Comprehensive Research: Listeners appreciate the hosts’ dedication to thorough research. They go beyond surface-level information and provide a wealth of details, often unearthing lesser-known aspects of notorious cases or untangling the complexities of conspiracy theories.
  • Dark Humor: Last Podcast on the Left is known for its dark humor, which acts as a release valve for the intense and often disturbing subject matter. The hosts skillfully infuse levity into their discussions, striking a delicate balance between light hearted banter and genuine empathy for the victims involved.
  • Approachable Tone: Despite delving into gruesome and unsettling topics, the hosts maintain a conversational and approachable tone. This creates a sense of camaraderie between the hosts and the audience, making listeners feel like they’re having a discussion with friends rather than being lectured.
  • Community Engagement: The Last Podcast on the Left community is passionate and active. Listeners appreciate the hosts’ interaction with fans through live shows, social media, and the creation of a supportive community where they can discuss episodes, share theories, and connect with like-minded individuals.

Criticisms from Listeners*:

  • Dark Humor: While many appreciate the hosts’ use of dark humor as a coping mechanism in discussing disturbing subject matter, others find it insensitive or inappropriate.
  • Sensationalism: Given the podcast’s focus on true crime, conspiracy theories, and the supernatural, a fraction of listeners argue that Last Podcast on the Left sometimes leans towards sensationalism. Critics claim that the hosts may prioritize shock value or exaggeration to entertain their audience, potentially compromising accuracy or depth of analysis.
  • Lack of Sensitivity: In certain episodes, the hosts’ casual and irreverent approach to sensitive topics can be a point of contention. Some listeners argue that the hosts may come across as dismissive or disrespectful towards victims and their families.
  • Research Accuracy: While Last Podcast on the Left is widely recognized for its thorough research, a small portion of listeners has expressed concerns about occasional factual errors or lack of citation in certain episodes. While the hosts make efforts to correct any inaccuracies they become aware of, these instances can undermine the podcast’s credibility for some individuals.

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Reviews (2)

5.0 out of 5.0
Content 5.0
Audio 5.0
Host(s) 5.0
  • cjy
    July 4, 2019 at 4:47 pm

    Outrageous and interesting with irreverent humor and extensively researched stories. These guys are highly goofy and although the banter is annoying to some if you like your commentary uncensored and funny you will appreciate LPOTL. There are certain episodes I have avoided because I just can’t see the humor in the subject (9-11), but there are still so many great episodes to choose from. Jack the Ripper (in several parts) is GOLD.

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  • Max
    May 26, 2019 at 7:15 pm

    I’ve stumbled onto this podcast a few years ago, while I was still working the daily grind. I was looking into paranormal podcasts, as I was in need of entertainment while I was working a deadend job I hated, and I like paranormal, true crime and just plain weird stuff. I have a very special sense of humour. Like, very weird, and I can say that it was an instant hit with theses guys. I’ve been listening regularly every week, ever since. Every Friday evening I await patiently for the new episode to drop. They also recently added side stories every week too, were they tackle more current subject, and news worthy events. They actually have their own Network now, with many many interesting and diverse subject, but all tied up by silly humour. It’s run by a bunch of comedians after all. I even went to see them perform live a few years back. at Just for Laughs in Montreal. It was great fun. Subject matter is always changing, but it’s always within the realm of true crime, ghost stuff, aliens, cults, ect. The weird stuff. Creme de la Creme. They usually do multiple episodes on the same subject matter, It’s very well researched, very well assembled, and presented. It’s certainly not sugar coated, and it’s not for everyone, Henry can be a bit too much for some, but he’s certainly the light of the show. Ben, Marcus and Henry are doing a very very fine job. To this day, my favorite podcast in the realm of true crime stuff because, although very serious in research and facts, it’s everything but in presentation. It’s a riot, really.

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