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I love me some podcasts. I listen to them when I’m commuting to and from work, sometimes at home when I’m not reading on the weekends. 
 

Some of my favorites are:

Lore: https://www.lorepodcast.com/

My favorite murder: https://myfavoritemurder.com

The Left/Right Game: https://www.qcodemedia.com/theleftrightgame

 

What pods are you guys listening to? 

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4 minutes ago, Seicher Rae said:

https://www.ghostsintheburbs.com/  This is one where you really need to listen in chronological order. She stopped for a while, her fans went morose, and so Liz is at it again. Yay!

https://www.oldgodsofappalachia.com/

 

I’ll give them both a listen since I’m here until 7!!!

Old gods of Appalachia sounds lovecraftian...I’m definitely intrigued!!

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21 minutes ago, Seicher Rae said:
28 minutes ago, Adamburp Adamczyk said:

None

That was incredibly helpful to the thread. Thank you.

While your sentiment is correct and I did love it, the actual question in the OP did simply ask what we were listening to and in the literal sense, he did answer that question.

 

I'll answer the question the same way -- None -- but I'll expand a bit.  I do periodically listen to a podcast that someone else recommends (so I am taking some notes here), but since I already fall behind on the TV shows that I watch and the books that I read, I just haven't found any podcast that I LOVE enough to rank higher in my time priority list.

 

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26 minutes ago, Beth Macbain said:

If you like My Favorite Murder, give Bardstown a try. This is very close to where I live and it's insane. This entire gorgeous little town in Kentucky is completely corrupt and covering up murders. 

Oh gawd. That's hilarious, the concept anyway, I haven't listened to the podcast but I will now. In one of my 10,000 residences, I lived in East of Jesus KY and yeah, been to Bardstown.

ETA: The Ghosts in the Burbs podcast (above) is one of my faves because it is set in Wellesley MA aka Swellesley as it is rather well known for their snobbery and also because it is set in New England and I live in New England now. Liz captures the "burbs" quite well, with the one upping, the clothing, the food... she's hilarious in her little snarks. And then the ghost stories themselves are fantastic and told in a way that you're thinking, "Wait. Is this made up or did she do this?"

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10 minutes ago, Seicher Rae said:

ETA: The Ghosts in the Burbs podcast (above) is one of my faves because it is set in Wellesley MA aka Swellesley as it is rather well known for their snobbery and also because it is set in New England and I live in New England now.

I'll give that one a try. I want to listen to podcasts but if I try to listen to them at home, I end up playing on my phone (have to do something with my hands!) and get distracted and miss all the important bits and my commute to work (during non-virus-apocalypse times) is only 5 minutes. 

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