Found this well done podcast to help me through the lonely graveyard shifts. They discuss a lot of subjects done on other spooky podcasts but they also do other smaller cases. I’m enjoying so far. “They also found a 9mm shotgun in her car” -The Billings Murders (21.35)
Found this well done podcast to help me through the lonely graveyard shifts. They discuss a lot of subjects done on other spooky podcasts but they do it very well. I’m enjoying so far.
Listening to the third installment of the Elliot Smith saga was infuriating. The woman who wrote a book about his death who speaks on this episode briefly about how she believes his girlfriend killed him seriously sounds like she is a high school kid gossiping with her friends. And the quote from the next door neighbor, are you for real? Does that really sound like something you should take seriously? That person sounds crazy, nosey, and incredibly entitled to think that they should have any say over what Jennifer chooses to take out of her OWN HOME the day after she loses her partner. Both of these people are stupid, and I would love to slap each of them.
While working nights, after having exhausted all possible streaming services, I was on the hunt for a spooky podcast. What I found was a lot of truly god awful, monotone, poorly written drab that seemed to focus more on the hosts’ conversations than the topics of the podcasts. Ghost Town was not one of them! Rebecca and Jason present a truly perfect blend of spooky/true crime material that is both interesting and obviously well researched. Their banter seems genuine and, unlike most podcasts, does not make me want to hit my head on sharp things. Thanks for putting out such great, binge-worthy material. You guys are the best. < 3
The topics are good and the hosts are pleasant to listen to. However, there are so many ads packed into an episode that it becomes hard to follow or listen all the way through. I usually save it for when I have nothing left to listen to for these reasons. I would listen more if there weren’t so many ad interruptions.
i’m listening for the adverts now. the two of you make me feel like i’m right there. your reviews of the reviews are solid. whoever is doing sound modulates perfectly. keep it up. just beautiful.
Awesome show to binge for hours in my wood shop. We’ve built some beautiful furniture and a swim spa deck together :) Both hosts have great radio voices
I love this podcast, the episodes are for the most part short and definitely bingeable at work. It’s a welcome break from the ones that offer a lot of commentary and personal opinions during the stories and I love texting my family and friends with random “did you know about…” facts I learn every day!
So I stumbled upon this show and was hooked with the first show I listened to im currently back tracking and bingeing every episode. Keep up the good work and just know y’all have made a devout listener of me DONT!!! Change a thing With much love From the Smokey mountains of Tennessee
I love how much Rebecca “Killdozer” Loeb interrupts Jason Horton. The hosts are mellow and don’t take themselves too seriously. They cover geographical and historical quirky stories with humor. I especially love when they read their one-star reviews.
Jason and Rebecca do a great job covering all the weird topics you’re familiar with. BUT they’ve also done a great job bringing tales, Cryptids, folklore and mysteries I’ve never heard of. Ps production values are high. No muffled unclear audio karate
You guys do such an amazing job and your check ins add an extra flare that I haven’t found in other podcast. Everything about this podcast is awesome, keep up the amazing work guys. <3
I like how it provides just enough info to give you the gist of the story, but not so much detail that you lose interest. It’s perfect for learning fun facts and hear stories you never heard about before. Love this podcast
I’m in the midst of major binge sessions of this podcast and every episode really delivers the goods! The banter between Jason and Rebecca is hilarious and their personalities are so down to earth, you feel like you know them. I’ve listened to many true crime, paranormal etc podcasts but Ghost Town is my favorite and here’s why: When explaining the backstory of a true crime, they don’t “revel in the awful” the way far too many podcasts do which would leave me feeling gross. Instead, they explain the details, and they convey the appropriate emotion about the backstory. They keep it human, and I appreciate that. I love the weird history stories like the Deadly Molasses Flood of 1919. Absolutely fascinating! And I live for the fact that Jason and Rebecca bring back all the pop culture fads of the past like the Cola Wars, Wendy’s Superbar and old amusement parks. Finally, I’m a new patron to the Ghost Town Patreon and even though I don’t have to “listen to the chit chat” I choose to! Chit chat is part of what keeps me coming back. In fact, this Patron thinks Rebecca’s dating stories should be special content on Patreon. Please keep making the good stuff!
I love this podcast and really don’t understand the negative reviews. People are wayyy too critical. Keep up the great work Rebecca and Jason! more people need to listen!!
3 out of 5 stars wouldn’t change a thing. I wonder if Jason’s wife is cool with him recording a show with a vixen?
Love this podcast. The topics are interesting and thought provoking, and the hosts have pleasant voices. I personally enjoy the added banter. I’m interested in what Rebecca and Jason have to say! Overall, a great podcast!
I’m late to getting into this podcast sand I hope they continue!! Jason and Rebecca feel like two old friends and I love their dynamic, the comedy and of course their content they throw in! Please don’t stop!! 💜