Park Predators audiochuck, Investigative, Missing Persons

Hosted By: Delia D’Ambra

Park Predators tells the stories of people who have been murdered or disappeared in national parks and forests.

Each episode focuses on a different case, and Delia D’Ambra, the host, interviews law enforcement officials, family members of the victims, and other experts to get to the bottom of what happened.

Park Predators Podcast Host:

Delia D’Ambra is an investigative journalist who has been covering true crime for over a decade. She is also an outdoors enthusiast and has visited over 100 national parks. Delia’s passion for true crime and her love of the outdoors make her the perfect host for Park Predators.

Praise from Listeners*:

  • Unique Setting: Focusing on crimes that occur in national parks and scenic locations, Park Predators offers a fresh perspective on true-crime storytelling, creating a perfect blend of beauty and darkness.
  • Engaging Host: Delia is a skilled interviewer and she gets to the heart of each case. She also has a knack for making the listener feel like they are right there with her, investigating the crime.
  • Educational: Park Predators teaches listeners about the dangers of national parks and forests, and it also provides insights into the minds of criminals.

Criticisms from Listeners*:

  • Lengthy Introductions: Some listeners have expressed frustration with the podcast’s long and sometimes repetitive introductions at the beginning of each episode, wishing for a more concise approach to dive straight into the story.
  • Trigger Warnings: Park Predators deals with some very dark and violent crimes, and some listeners may find the details of these crimes to be too much to handle. Listeners asked for more explicit trigger warnings at the beginning of episodes to ensure that those who might be affected have adequate preparation.
  • Inaccuracies: Some listeners have pointed out factual errors in Park Predators episodes.

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