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The Generation Why Podcast

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The Generation Why Podcast released its first episode in 2012 and pioneered the true crime genre in the podcasting world. Two friends, Aaron & Justin, break down theories and give their opinions on unsolved murders, controversies, mysteries and conspiracies.

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MommaOG

wtf?? 😒 what kind of justice system do they have in gaylord?? this is insane...

Jan 15th
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Saif Marji

Absolutely amazing talk show! thank you eo much!

Jan 12th
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W8W8 What now?

So, so many WTF moments in this one...wow

Jan 6th
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April Weber

I love your podcast, most of my career I’ve been in radio so I know maybe I’m extra picky but, It always sort of surprises me when people who produce audio don’t take the time to make a quick phone call to the visitors bureau or Chamber of Commerce and ask how do you pronounce the county, how do you pronounce the city? So this is “GAYlerd” and the county is at “OTseego” .. but- nevertheless I love your podcast guys :) I do!

Jan 6th
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CLL

I can't wait to listen to this tonight because it hits close to home. My family has a cabin near Gaylord & my grandparents live just north of there (they've been there for over 30 years now) & I remember my Papa telling me about this case. There's not a whole lot that goes on up there so this case & the case of the 2 brothers who fed missing hunters to their pigs, are huge stories for the local people. Gaylord is actually a busy area (for up north), now & anyone that lives within an hour of it, goes there to go shopping because it's only the city in like a 60 mile radius that has a Kohls & Walmart. It's still really small compared to where I live in Metro-Detroit, though & back then it was the absolute definition of a "small town where stuff like this just doesn't happen."

Jan 6th
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Joy Rist

I was married to a cop and knew quite a few. They aren't angels.

Dec 26th
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Shaun Edwards

You don't believe in home defense justin?

Dec 24th
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Jaymes Moynihan

Shaun Edwards you say that like you expect Justin to see your comment and respond lol, this is just one of many podcast apps and o very much doubt they don't check the comments on every one,

Jan 1st
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Will

I first heard of the Warren's way back from the Amityville horror. I've never believed they were anything other than phony hustlers. Pure cons.

Dec 21st
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Joy Rist

I believe in the death penalty but only on "smoking gun" or "yes, I did it!" cases.

Dec 17th
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Laurie Landry

You would have to live in a small rural town in Huron county, (an area that was settled only a hundred or so years before that by primarily Scottish and Irish immigrants) in the late 1950s to speculate on every detail of this case. I'm surprised you guys analyzed this case without considering that. Your rationale for your opinions is about 60 years too contemporary. it was very convenient that Steven was not from there. He was in fact from Vancouver and his dad was stationed at the Air Force Base in Vanastra temporarily. The jury for his first trial was all men from that area who certainly did not want a mark on their town for something so ugly and cruel. Pride trumped justice in Huron County in 1958 and surprisingly I'd have to say might still today in some cases . I grew up there.Everyone knows who the killer was, in fact his son worked at our family business many years ago. I'm only half listening to this and the cringing might do me in before the end so I apologize if you present the information about the real culprit. I may have missed it

Dec 17th
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Melissa Lynn MacLean

For the love of all things holy PLEASE get rid of robot lady at the beginning.

Dec 12th
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reffermadness

wow so close to home. I live 45 miles from Omaha and didn't even hear about this.🤔

Dec 11th
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lil john

whoop whoop..my hometown of Santa Ana..

Dec 9th
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Coy Austin Theobalt

your wife spent 300$ on a bag? didn't know there was so much expendable income in podcasting .

Dec 7th
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Caine

You guys should cover Carl Debrodie!

Nov 22nd
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Jill Deuhol

Love this podcast! these guys are great! This was one of the very first true crime podcasts I ever listened to. We never forget our firsts😁

Nov 18th
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Alex Stenger

I never miss a podcast but I cannot listen to this whistle breathing anymore

Nov 13th
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Adam H

Alex Stenger Have you tried using a system equalizer to drown out those high frequencies?

Nov 19th
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Joy Rist

Too much reasonable doubt to convict. However, he is a psychopath, IMHO.

Nov 12th
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Brandy Bowden

'That's just like, your opinion, man.'

Nov 10th
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Kathy Costelloe

https://www.seattletimes.com/seattle-news/special-reports/my-god-thats-kimberly-online-sleuth-solves-perplexing-mystery-of-identity-thief-lori-ruff/

Nov 9th
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