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Dark Dark World - A True Crime Podcast

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Dark Dark World - A True Crime Podcast

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Dark Dark World is a true crime podcast hosted by Jordan Crittenden(with occasional co-hosting from Ed C and JessiKa-Boom). We mostly focus on lesser-known cases, but we also like to take a look at some of the bigger true crime stories that may have slipped through the cracks of current mainstream consciousness. We also do a series of episodes where we discuss popular true crime documentaries, and those episodes are labeled Doc Doc World. DISCLAIMER: You will sometimes hear political views discussed on this podcast. We don’t love cops, we feel that the criminal justice system in the United States is mostly a joke, and if these sorts of left-leaning political views upset you, then this probably isn’t the true crime podcast for you.

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