Hosted By: Jami Rice
The Murderish podcast delves into true stories of murder, disappearances and other creepy events, with some interviews with high-profile people in the true crime community.
Expect weekly episodes that begin with the date of the crime and end with the courtroom verdict, with detailed facts of what happened each step of the way.
Mursherish Podcast Host:
A Southern California native, Jami lives in the Los Angeles area with her husband, three children, and two dogs. As a pre-teen, Jami read books about serial killers and followed true crime cases on tv. In 2017, she was the jury foreman on a first degree murder trial in Los Angeles County. Shortly after that trial concluded, Jami launched MURDERISH podcast as she wanted to share true crime cases with like-minded people. Her very first episode was a recounting of her experience being a juror on a murder trial.
Praise from Listeners*:
- Meticulous Research: Fans appreciate the thoroughness and accuracy of Jami’s research, allowing them to delve deep into the cases and gain a comprehensive understanding of the events.
- Community Connection: Murderish fosters a supportive community of true crime enthusiasts who engage in discussions, share theories, and connect with one another, enhancing the overall listening experience.
- Respectful Approach: Jami’s commitment to presenting the cases respectfully, giving voice to the victims and their families, is highly regarded by listeners, creating a safe and empathetic space for discussing true crime.
Criticisms from Listeners*:
- Pacing: Some listeners have expressed that certain episodes of Murderish could benefit from tighter editing or pacing adjustments, as they felt the narrative dragged or lacked a consistent flow.
- Lack of Diversity in Cases: A criticism directed towards Murderish is the perception of a limited scope in the types of cases covered. Some listeners have expressed a desire for a more diverse range of stories, including cases from different countries, time periods, or demographics.
- Audio Quality: While the overall audio quality of the podcast is generally good, a few listeners have occasionally noted minor issues, such as inconsistent sound levels or occasional background noise, which can detract from the listening experience.
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