The power of two can go a long way, and there’s no better example of that than what hosts Greg Polcyn and Vanessa Richardson bring to the Serial Killers podcast. What they have created with their podcast is a masterclass in true crime storytelling. The result is an intriguing and entertaining listen.
If you aren’t familiar with the team at Parcast and enjoy great podcasting, I highly recommend checking them out at parcast.com. Since their inception in 2016, the network has grown in size and offerings substantially. What remains consistent through all of their podcast shows is the story-driven approach. The best example of this is through the Show Serial Killers.
As you may guess the content is relatively straightforward – serial killers. A serial killer is defined as a person who murders three or more people (glad we could settle on a number). The success of the show is purely derived from the ability of the hosts to bounce the story off of one another. When Serial Killers first comes to mind, the word professionalism pops in front of my brain. Serial Killer’s accomplishes everything you want in a great show: storytelling, user engagement, and research is top notch and will often leave you with a few book recommendations.
If you are going to listen to stories about some of the most horrible human beings to ever see earth, your better off listening 2 two professionals tell the story!
Episodes 82, 83 – “House of Horrors”