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For Melissa Moore, 1995 was a nightmare. That’s the year the teenager learned her father, Keith Hunter Jesperson, was a serial killer. It’s also the year Melissa Moore’s doubt spiral began: When you look like your father, and you share his intelligence and charisma, how do you know you’re not a psychopath, too? Happy Face is the story of Keith Hunter Jesperson, his brutal crimes, and the cat and mouse game he played with detectives and the media. But it’s also the story of the horrific legacy he gifted his children. Join Melissa Moore as she investigates her father’s crimes, reckons with the past, and wades through her darkest fears as she hunts for a better future.
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James Williams

This is a strange episode. Melissa and Don have a really strange morbid connection. It’s like they both are getting pleasure from going through the facts of what happened.

Mar 20th
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James Williams

If Keith had of killed his father as a kid I really believe a lot of people would have been saved.

Mar 19th
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James Williams

I have to agree with most of the comments I’ve scrolled through. The background music and songs are really annoying. I really prefer podcasts with music at the beginning and end and none throughout.

Mar 19th
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Colby Jackson

this got boring

Mar 9th
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Tommie Gilleran

Stopped listening due to the ridiculous amount of ads and their placement made this really difficult to enjoy!!

Mar 7th
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Jamie Lee

... and podcasting is free of course there are going to be ads!

Feb 25th
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Jamie Lee

don't you guys have fast forward? I fast forward through the ads and when I heard the stuff about the cat I fast-forwarded through that I know it was going to be bad.

Feb 25th
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Alex Jasper

I absolutely agree with you Bonnie VanKirk Hays, I think and wish they had out more of the importance of their lives in as a memorial of who these women were. like tanja benson.

Feb 24th
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Jon P.

Great background music!

Feb 20th
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L Leigh White

When there is speaking and music with lyrics at the same time, it’s hard to focus on the speaking. Background music playing quietly would be ok, but lyrics and speaking at once is overwhelming. I’m not a fan of the songs anyway;/

Feb 16th
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Laurin LaBonte

okay..loving it up until the neurologists incorrect definition of a sociopath. I'm looking at my copy of the DSM5 Right now and contrary to what he says, about sociopaths (Aka those with antisocial personality disorder) having feelings and being able to feel remorse, this is wrong completely. number 7 of criteria for the disorder states: "Lack of remorse, as indicated by bring indifferent to or rationalizing having hurt, mistreated, or stolen from another."

Feb 10th
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Laurin LaBonte

I just started this, love it! the only downside is there is a LOT of ads for such short episodes and they're long ads too

Feb 9th
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minombre esnada

A white male long haul trucker, animal abuser, emotionally abusive to the wife, emotionally distance with the kids....it's like reading straight off an FBI serial killer profile list. So many obivous red flags everyone around him ignored. Insane.

Jan 29th
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Sarah Nearing

minombre esnada If my husband killed a kitten at all the way he did, even not in front of the children i would have left his ass so fast. The fact that he did this in front of her children and the mother didn't pack up the kids and leave that day, blows my mind. i would be terrified! If he could do that to a kitten, what is he capable of doing to my children?

Jan 31st
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hoodcat

Oh boy 😂 Chillywack. It's pronounced chill-ah-whack!

Jan 24th
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toffeesock

At 9:41, does he say they "have" or "haven't" made peace? I can't tell :-s

Jan 19th
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play2much

toffeesock have

Feb 9th
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Lisa Lawson

10 NEON 20.18. GOD

Jan 18th
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Brent

If you like insight into a serial killer's life and crime drama, you'll love episodes 1-5. If you like quiet sobbing, self aggrandizement, listening to someone's therapy session, virtue signaling, and annoying music, start at episode 6. Something for everyone.

Jan 17th
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Slayna

between the ads and the disruption of music punctuating the story, i cannot get into a rhythm with this. its so annoying. the flow is so interrupted and its so difficult to follow the story

Jan 14th
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Dave Wright

Wowsers I wasn't prepared for this episode. Tough to listen to. Heavy alright.

Jan 10th
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Elisha Muniz

The frequent cut to the creepy folk music is annoying.

Jan 10th
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