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Thread started 11/16/21 2:31pm

paisleypark4

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Morbid Podcast

Does anyone else listen to the Morbid podcast?

Two ladies discuss true crimes in exhaustuive and gruesome details.

I really dig it and they do not hold back.

Anyone else have true crime podcasts they listen to?

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Reply #1 posted 11/17/21 9:18pm

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Not I but I watched some vids on what morticians do to make a decomposing body presentable for viewing by families. No visuals but it was interesting to even know that's e k ow it was possible.
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Reply #2 posted 11/29/21 9:24am

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onlyforaminute said:

Not I but I watched some vids on what morticians do to make a decomposing body presentable for viewing by families. No visuals but it was interesting to even know that's e k ow it was possible.

I have a friend that does it for a living. Seems like you have to really be an artist and good at managing crisis with families for that job.

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Reply #3 posted 11/29/21 10:04am

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onlyforaminute said:

Not I but I watched some vids on what morticians do to make a decomposing body presentable for viewing by families. No visuals but it was interesting to even know that's e k ow it was possible.

When I was a kid I had a friend whose Mom did that as an assistant to a mortician; she worked all night and left the kids home alone. Gruesome job.

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Reply #4 posted 11/30/21 2:50am

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I binged thru several of these, yeah. They're pretty good. Several of these cases I'd never heard of.

I like Bob Ruff a lot also but he has too many ads

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Reply #5 posted 11/30/21 3:04pm

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I used to study for Forensics but chickened out upon being confronted with trama to kids. I decided knowing some truths are best in others hands.
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Reply #6 posted 12/01/21 7:17am

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Its a hard job, but someone has to do it. That is what interests me the most. So many people want to be lawyers, execs and accountants and all that boring stuff...but I have always been more fascinated by gritty real life situations no one wants to dig into.

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Reply #7 posted 12/01/21 11:04am

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I've always had a tendency to be drawn to paths least traveled, always wanna know what's happening over there. Maybe Quincy ME spurred some of it. But one can't be a total marshmallow to do it well.
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