Awesome writeup in the Pittsburgh City Paper this week:

"[A]s the series develops, it becomes clear that the scope of the podcast is much bigger. It's about the unparalleled violence and crime rates of the 1970s, about psychopathy and the nature of evil, and finally, about the meaning of true crime's resurgence in popular culture. While at times it's horrific and upsetting... the show is head and shoulders above most of its true crime contemporaries. There are other podcasts with twists and turns and mystery, but none that navigate them as deeply and insightfully as Mared & Karen."