Podcast Review: Color Me Dead

Hi! This is Ren, here to talk about my first podcast assignment: Color Me Dead. This is an amazing podcast! I ran through the list of episodes to find one I thought would give me a feel for the show. The first podcast I chose to listen to was “Jodi Arias” (disclaimer: I picked this one because I was/am OBSESSED with this story). Before the first five minutes were over I wanted to make the hosts, Angel and Nikki, my new best friends! They’re my kind of gals.

The first thing to make me decide we should be life long friend is they hate Jodi Arias, as do I and clearly as much. They both knew a lot about the subject matter and remembering I am obsessed with this crime I know my facts! They were honest and ballsy with their take and I loved it. Political correctness can be checked at the door. I enjoyed them telling personal stories or “squirrel hunting” as they called it. They would get off track, but I didn’t mind. I actually liked it. As a woman who loves ID channel and true crime stories, it says a lot when I say I enjoyed the times we went off topic.

I learned a new term I plan on stealing “heart meets asshole” for when you’re shocked or scared. That is hilarious way of describing things. They do curse a lot, but they warn you they do this and I appreciated the warning though, I didn’t mind it at all. It let me know to put the ear buds in and enjoy some adult conversation.

The second podcast episode I listened to was “Current Events”. They talked about several current topics. They were again honest with their opinions and their facts were on point. When they got upset about some of the stories so did I. It’s nice to have people who aren’t ashamed of their feelings or try to hide them. I found myself drawn into the conversation and connecting on another level with the material and the hosts.

They discussed several true crimes currently in the news: they started with Corey Feldman and his crusade to name names of child molesters in Hollywood. Next up was the 13 children held hostage by their parents. Sick. They did a local to them story I hadn’t heard which was excellent and drew me in about a Mother who killed her children and then herself. And the last story was the gymnasts who were violated by their doctor. I found this to be a nice conversation.

They engage the audience and I often wanted it to be a call in show! I have opinions to share and wanted to dish with the ladies. While admittedly, this might not be the podcast for everyone it is a good listen and the ladies know they aren’t for everyone.

Listening to this podcast is like sitting at a friend’s kitchen table and talking. You will laugh, you might cry, but you will definitely learn about true crimes. There’s a chance you will learn some new words or saying and if you’re like me you might want to be life long friends with Angel and Nikki.

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