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Garrett Burton ////// 632

Garrett Burton ////// 632

2022-11-3001:10:181

Garrett Burton ////// 632Part 1 of 1 www.TrueCrimeGarage.comWhat can happen when a childish prank goes wrong? Someone gets in trouble. Someone gets injured. Someone gets killed. Sixteen year old Garrett Burton was hanging out with some friends on the Friday before Labor Day 2008. After school activities found Garrett at a local house party full of teenagers and young adults. But when four friends stepped out into the early morning hours looking for some kicks, things got bad real quick. Garrett was shot and killed. His murder is still unsolved. This week we step into the Garage and a little into our teen years to examine this cold case. If you think you could help investigators in this case, you are urged to call the Columbus Police Department at 614-645-2616. Beer of the Week - BBA Jesus Loves Fall (bourbon barrel aged pumpkin stout) from Holy Trinity Brewing (Columbus, OH) Garage Grade - 4 out of 5 bottle caps  This week’s True Crime recommendation is “Solving the Black Dahlia” series available on Audible.Our other show True Crime Garage “Off the Record” (OTR if you’re nasty) is available exclusively on Stitcher Premium. For a FREE month of listening go to http://stitcherpremium.com/truecrimegarage and use promo code GARAGE
Tracy Harkness /// Part 4 /// 631Part 4 of 4www.TrueCrimeGarage.comFriday, November 6, 1992 was a horrifying day that forever changed the lives of everyone who knew and loved 24 year old Tracy Renee Harkness.  Tracy was found beaten to death in her apartment that she shared with her 18 month old daughter.  There were no signs of forced entry and police ruled out burglary as a motive. Investigators said the attack on Tracy was a crime a passion.  Thirty years have passed since the murder and now Tracy’s family and the Grove City Police Department are hoping that new technology and DNA testing will lead to an arrest.  If you know who killed Tracy Renee Harkness call the Grove City Police department at 614.277.1710 OR to submit a tip and remain anonymous call 614.645-TIPS OR you can Email our show by going to our website www.TrueCrimeGarage.comBeer of the Week - Eternal Autumn by Track Seven Brewing Company Garage Grade - 5 out of 5 bottle caps Our show - True Crime Garage “Off the Record” is available only on Stitcher Premium. For a FREE month of listening go to http://stitcherpremium.com/truecrimegarage and use promo code GARAGE
Tracy Harkness /// Part 3 /// 630Part 3 of 4www.TrueCrimeGarage.comFriday, November 6, 1992 was a horrifying day that forever changed the lives of everyone who knew and loved 24 year old Tracy Renee Harkness.  Tracy was found beaten to death in her apartment that she shared with her 18 month old daughter.  There were no signs of forced entry and police ruled out burglary as a motive. Investigators said the attack on Tracy was a crime a passion.  Thirty years have passed since the murder and now Tracy’s family and the Grove City Police Department are hoping that new technology and DNA testing will lead to an arrest.  If you know who killed Tracy Renee Harkness call the Grove City Police department at 614.277.1710 OR to submit a tip and remain anonymous call 614.645-TIPS OR you can Email our show by going to our website www.TrueCrimeGarage.comBeer of the Week - Eternal Autumn by Track Seven Brewing Company Garage Grade - 5 out of 5 bottle caps Our show - True Crime Garage “Off the Record” is available only on Stitcher Premium. For a FREE month of listening go to http://stitcherpremium.com/truecrimegarage and use promo code GARAGE
Tracy Harkness /// Part 2 /// 629Part 2 of 4www.TrueCrimeGarage.comFriday, November 6, 1992 was a horrifying day that forever changed the lives of everyone who knew and loved 24 year old Tracy Renee Harkness.  Tracy was found beaten to death in her apartment that she shared with her 18 month old daughter.  There were no signs of forced entry and police ruled out burglary as a motive. Investigators said the attack on Tracy was a crime a passion.  Thirty years have passed since the murder and now Tracy’s family and the Grove City Police Department are hoping that new technology and DNA testing will lead to an arrest.  If you know who killed Tracy Renee Harkness call the Grove City Police department at 614.277.1710 OR to submit a tip and remain anonymous call 614.645-TIPS OR you can Email our show by going to our website www.TrueCrimeGarage.comBeer of the Week - Eternal Autumn by Track Seven Brewing Company Garage Grade - 5 out of 5 bottle caps Our show - True Crime Garage “Off the Record” is available only on Stitcher Premium. For a FREE month of listening go to http://stitcherpremium.com/truecrimegarage and use promo code GARAGE
Tracy Harkness /// Part 1 /// 628Part 1 of 4www.TrueCrimeGarage.comFriday, November 6, 1992 was a horrifying day that forever changed the lives of everyone who knew and loved 24 year old Tracy Renee Harkness.  Tracy was found beaten to death in her apartment that she shared with her 18 month old daughter.  There were no signs of forced entry and police ruled out burglary as a motive. Investigators said the attack on Tracy was a crime a passion.  Thirty years have passed since the murder and now Tracy’s family and the Grove City Police Department are hoping that new technology and DNA testing will lead to an arrest.  If you know who killed Tracy Renee Harkness call the Grove City Police department at 614.277.1710 OR to submit a tip and remain anonymous call 614.645-TIPS OR you can Email our show by going to our website www.TrueCrimeGarage.comBeer of the Week - Eternal Autumn by Track Seven Brewing Company Garage Grade - 5 out of 5 bottle caps Our show - True Crime Garage “Off the Record” is available only on Stitcher Premium. For a FREE month of listening go to http://stitcherpremium.com/truecrimegarage and use promo code GARAGE
Kerrie Ann Brown /// Part 2 /// 627Part 2 of 2Kerrie Ann Brown was only fifteen years old when she vanished from a party attended by a bunch of local teenagers. Authorities believe she left the party on foot and of her own free will. But what happened after that is still a mystery even decades later. Kerry lived with her family in the town of Thompson, Manitoba. Her body was found on a Saturday afternoon by two women on horseback. Kerrie was murdered. Some of the evidence points to more than one killer. Join us in the Garage as we discuss this cold case from Canada. Beer of the Week - Bulldog Amber Ale by Half Pints Brewing CompanyGarage Grade - 3 and a half bottle caps out of 5 Our show - True Crime Garage “Off the Record” is available only on Stitcher Premium. For a FREE month of listening go to http://stitcherpremium.com/truecrimegarage and use promo code GARAGE
Kerrie Ann Brown /// Part 1 /// 626Part 1 of 2Kerrie Ann Brown was only fifteen years old when she vanished from a party attended by a bunch of local teenagers. Authorities believe she left the party on foot and of her own free will. But what happened after that is still a mystery even decades later. Kerry lived with her family in the town of Thompson, Manitoba. Her body was found on a Saturday afternoon by two women on horseback. Kerrie was murdered. Some of the evidence points to more than one killer. Join us in the Garage as we discuss this cold case from Canada. Beer of the Week - Bulldog Amber Ale by Half Pints Brewing CompanyGarage Grade - 3 and a half bottle caps out of 5 Our show - True Crime Garage “Off the Record” is available only on Stitcher Premium. For a FREE month of listening go to http://stitcherpremium.com/truecrimegarage and use promo code GARAGE
Delphi Murders Update ////// 625www.TrueCrimeGarage.com Friday, October 28, 2022; there was breaking news in the Delphi murders case that an arrest has been made. Today Indiana State Police confirmed the arrest of Richard Allen. He has been charged with two counts of murder. Police are still requesting the public assistance.  Anyone with information can submit a tip at abbyandlibbytip@cacoshrf.com or call 765-822-3535. If you wish to make a donation to help please go to AbbyandLibby.org for more information.  
American Murderer /// Part 2 /// 624Part 2 of 2 www.TrueCrimeGarage.comThis week in the Garage we take another look at a Wanted Fugitive case. Jason Derek Brown has been on the run from the F.B.I. and the Phoenix Police now for almost 18 years. Currently Jason Derek Brown is 53 years of age. He is wanted for Unlawful flight to avoid prosecution, 1st degree murder and Armed robbery. Jason Brown is described as 5 foot 10 inches tall and 170 to 180 lbs. He is caucasian, with blond hair and green eyes. He speaks French fluently. He is believed to be using aliases that include Jason D. Brown, Derek Brown, Greg Johnson, Harline Johnson, Greg Harline Johnson, John Brown and Jay Brown. Authorities urge citizens not to engage with him but call for help immediately. Jason is wanted for 1st degree murder and should be considered armed and extremely dangerous at all times. If you have any information concerning Jason Derek Brown, please contact the FBI's Toll-Free tipline at 1-800-CALL-FBI (1-800-225-5324). You may also contact your local FBI office, the nearest American Embassy or Consulate, or you can submit a tip online at tips.fbi.gov.Beer of the Week - Adjunct Trail by Angry Chair Brewing and Prairie Artisan Ales Garage Grade - 4 and a quarter bottle caps out of 5 Our show - True Crime Garage “Off the Record” is available only on Stitcher Premium. For a FREE month of listening go to http://stitcherpremium.com/truecrimegarage and use promo code GARAGE
American Murderer /// Part 1 /// 623 Part 1 of 2 www.TrueCrimeGarage.comThis week in the Garage we take another look at a Wanted Fugitive case. Jason Derek Brown has been on the run from the F.B.I. and the Phoenix Police now for almost 18 years. Currently Jason Derek Brown is 53 years of age. He is wanted for Unlawful flight to avoid prosecution, 1st degree murder and Armed robbery. Jason Brown is described as 5 foot 10 inches tall and 170 to 180 lbs. He is caucasian, with blond hair and green eyes. He speaks French fluently. He is believed to be using aliases that include Jason D. Brown, Derek Brown, Greg Johnson, Harline Johnson, Greg Harline Johnson, John Brown and Jay Brown. Authorities urge citizens not to engage with him but call for help immediately. Jason is wanted for 1st degree murder and should be considered armed and extremely dangerous at all times. If you have any information concerning Jason Derek Brown, please contact the FBI's Toll-Free tipline at 1-800-CALL-FBI (1-800-225-5324). You may also contact your local FBI office, the nearest American Embassy or Consulate, or you can submit a tip online at tips.fbi.gov.Beer of the Week - Adjunct Trail by Angry Chair Brewing and Prairie Artisan Ales Garage Grade - 4 and a quarter bottle caps out of 5 Our show - True Crime Garage “Off the Record” is available only on Stitcher Premium. For a FREE month of listening go to http://stitcherpremium.com/truecrimegarage and use promo code GARAGE
The Kirtland Cult Killings /// Part 2 /// 622 Part 2 of 2www.TrueCrimeGarage.comDecember 31st, 1989 - A tip was called into the Bureau of alcohol, tobacco and firearms. The caller said that a family of five was missing and he knew where they were. The caller told authorities that the family could be found buried in a barn in Kirtland, Ohio. This call sparked a recovery effort and a manhunt. This week in the Garage we discuss the senseless murders of the Avery family and the cult living on the property where the bodies were buried.  Beer of the Week - Dragon’s Milk by New Holland Brewing Garage Grade - 4 and half bottle caps out of 5 Recommended Reading - I Don’t Like Mondays: The True Story Behind America’s First Modern School Shooting by N. Leigh Hunt Our show - True Crime Garage “Off the Record” is available only on Stitcher Premium. For a FREE month of listening go to http://stitcherpremium.com/truecrimegarage and use promo code GARAGE
The Kirtland Cult Killings /// Part 1 /// 621 Part 1 of 2www.TrueCrimeGarage.comDecember 31st, 1989 - A tip was called into the Bureau of alcohol, tobacco and firearms. The caller said that a family of five was missing and he knew where they were. The caller told authorities that the family could be found buried in a barn in Kirtland, Ohio. This call sparked a recovery effort and a manhunt. This week in the Garage we discuss the senseless murders of the Avery family and the cult living on the property where the bodies were buried.  Beer of the Week - Dragon’s Milk by New Holland Brewing Garage Grade - 4 and half bottle caps out of 5 Recommended Reading - I Don’t Like Mondays: The True Story Behind America’s First Modern School Shooting by N. Leigh Hunt Our show - True Crime Garage “Off the Record” is available only on Stitcher Premium. For a FREE month of listening go to http://stitcherpremium.com/truecrimegarage and use promo code GARAGE
Boys on the Tracks /// Part 4 /// 96 TrueCrimeGarage.comBy all accounts, the engineer did a masterful job of bringing his train to a stop. It had taken a screaming, screeching half mile. By the time the engine shuddered to a standstill, Conductor Jerry Tomlin was on the radio notifying an approaching train on a parallel track to stop because some boys had been run over. He also called the dispatcher. "Have you got injuries?" The dispatcher asked. "No," Tomlin said. "We've got death." -From "The Boys on the Tracks" by Mara LeverittTonight we discuss the case that many wanted to keep quiet. Two teenagers are run over by a train in the middle of the night. Was it an accident, a double suicide or a double murder? Join us in the garage for the tragic story of the boys on the tracks.Beer of the Week - Kessler Trail Ale by Apple Blossom Brewing CompanyGarage Grade - 3 and 3/4 bottle caps out of 5 Beer Fund: https://truecrimegarage.com/home
Boys on the Tracks /// Part 3 /// 95TrueCrimeGarage.comBy all accounts, the engineer did a masterful job of bringing his train to a stop. It had taken a screaming, screeching half mile. By the time the engine shuddered to a standstill, Conductor Jerry Tomlin was on the radio notifying an approaching train on a parallel track to stop because some boys had been run over. He also called the dispatcher. "Have you got injuries?" The dispatcher asked. "No," Tomlin said. "We've got death." -From "The Boys on the Tracks" by Mara LeverittTonight we discuss the case that many wanted to keep quiet. Two teenagers are run over by a train in the middle of the night. Was it an accident, a double suicide or a double murder? Join us in the garage for the tragic story of the boys on the tracks.Beer of the Week - Kessler Trail Ale by Apple Blossom Brewing CompanyGarage Grade - 3 and 3/4 bottle caps out of 5Beer Fund: https://truecrimegarage.com/home
Boys On the Tracks /// Part 2 /// 94TrueCrimeGarage.comBy all accounts, the engineer did a masterful job of bringing his train to a stop. It had taken a screaming, screeching half mile. By the time the engine shuddered to a standstill, Conductor Jerry Tomlin was on the radio notifying an approaching train on a parallel track to stop because some boys had been run over. He also called the dispatcher. "Have you got injuries?" The dispatcher asked. "No," Tomlin said. "We've got death." -From "The Boys on the Tracks" by Mara LeverittTonight we discuss the case that many wanted to keep quiet. Two teenagers are run over by a train in the middle of the night. Was it an accident, a double suicide or a double murder? Join us in the garage for the tragic story of the boys on the tracks.Beer of the Week - The Huntsmen, Red Ale by Barley Mow Brewing CompanyGarage Grade - 4 -1/4 bottle caps out of 5Beer Fund: https://truecrimegarage.com/home
Boys on the Tracks /// Part 1 /// 93Part 1 of 4TrueCrimeGarage.comBy all accounts, the engineer did a masterful job of bringing his train to a stop. It had taken a screaming, screeching half mile. By the time the engine shuddered to a standstill, Conductor Jerry Tomlin was on the radio notifying an approaching train on a parallel track to stop because some boys had been run over. He also called the dispatcher. "Have you got injuries?" The dispatcher asked. "No," Tomlin said. "We've got death." -From "The Boys on the Tracks" by Mara LeverittTonight we discuss the case that many wanted to keep quiet. Two teenagers are run over by a train in the middle of the night. Was it an accident, a double suicide or a double murder? Join us in the garage for the tragic story of the boys on the tracks.Beer of the Week - The Huntsmen, Red Ale by Barley Mow Brewing CompanyGarage Grade - 4 -1/4 bottle caps out of 5 Beer Fund: https://truecrimegarage.com/home
Amy Baker /// Part 2 /// 620Part 2 of 2 www.TrueCrimeGarage.comThis week we review a cold case out of Virginia. One that sadly sounds familiar. On March 29, 1989 - 18 year old Amy Baker was driving home from a relative’s house. Her blue 1970 Volkswagon Beetle ran out of gas and sputtered to a stop alongside Interstate 95. Amy was traveling southbound on the interstate. Her vehicle was found a short time later by police near Blacklick road. Amy was killed by an unknown individual a short time later. Police asked for the public’s assistance in this case early on and are still seeking the public’s help to this day. If you saw something that night, if you have heard information about the perpetrator or the events of that night, please contact the Fairfax County Police Major Crimes and Cold Case Bureau at 1-703-246-4525. Beer of the Week - Spaten Oktoberfest (Ur-Marzen) Garage Grade - 3 and 3 quarter bottle caps out of 5 Our show - True Crime Garage “Off the Record” is available only on Stitcher Premium. For a FREE month of listening go to http://stitcherpremium.com/truecrimegarage and use promo code GARAGE
Amy Baker /// Part 1 /// 619Part 1 of 2 www.TrueCrimeGarage.comThis week we review a cold case out of Virginia. One that sadly sounds familiar. On March 29, 1989 - 18 year old Amy Baker was driving home from a relative’s house. Her blue 1970 Volkswagon Beetle ran out of gas and sputtered to a stop alongside Interstate 95. Amy was traveling southbound on the interstate. Her vehicle was found a short time later by police near Blacklick road. Amy was killed by an unknown individual a short time later. Police asked for the public’s assistance in this case early on and are still seeking the public’s help to this day. If you saw something that night, if you have heard information about the perpetrator or the events of that night, please contact the Fairfax County Police Major Crimes and Cold Case Bureau at 1-703-246-4525. Beer of the Week - Spaten Oktoberfest (Ur-Marzen) Garage Grade - 3 and 3 quarter bottle caps out of 5 Our show - True Crime Garage “Off the Record” is available only on Stitcher Premium. For a FREE month of listening go to http://stitcherpremium.com/truecrimegarage and use promo code GARAGE
Nieko Lisi /// Part 2 /// 618Part 2 of 2 www.TrueCrimeGarage.com18 year old Nieko Lisi went missing sometime around October 1st, 2011. His disappearance occurred sometime during a time period filled with suspicious circumstances. Nieko is technically missing from Addison, New York. He may have gone to Michigan and/or Ohio. Nieko is said to have been seen in and interacted with persons who knew him in the Franklin/ Nashville Tennessee area. His phone also shows activity in all four of the previously mentioned states all within a short timeframe of about 48 hours. Anyone with any information about Nieko or his disappearance should call 1-800-TBI-FIND, or submit a tip online by emailing TipsToTBI@tn.gov.  The Lisi family is offering a $2,500 reward for information leading to Nieko's whereabouts. Franklin police and Crime Stoppers are offering an additional reward of up to $1,000 for information in this case. Beer of the Week - Tiger Chainsaw Arms by Singin’ River Brewing CompanyGarage Grade - 4 out of 5 Bottle Caps Our show - True Crime Garage “Off the Record” is available only on Stitcher Premium. For a FREE month of listening go to http://stitcherpremium.com/truecrimegarage and use promo code GARAGE
Nieko Lisi /// Part 1 /// 617Part 1 of 2 www.TrueCrimeGarage.com18 year old Nieko Lisi went missing sometime around October 1st, 2011. His disappearance occurred sometime during a time period filled with suspicious circumstances. Nieko is technically missing from Addison, New York. He may have gone to Michigan and/or Ohio. Nieko is said to have been seen in and interacted with persons who knew him in the Franklin/ Nashville Tennessee area. His phone also shows activity in all four of the previously mentioned states all within a short timeframe of about 48 hours. Anyone with any information about Nieko or his disappearance should call 1-800-TBI-FIND, or submit a tip online by emailing TipsToTBI@tn.gov.  The Lisi family is offering a $2,500 reward for information leading to Nieko's whereabouts. Franklin police and Crime Stoppers are offering an additional reward of up to $1,000 for information in this case. Beer of the Week - Tiger Chainsaw Arms by Singin’ River Brewing CompanyGarage Grade - 4 out of 5 Bottle Caps Our show - True Crime Garage “Off the Record” is available only on Stitcher Premium. For a FREE month of listening go to http://stitcherpremium.com/truecrimegarage and use promo code GARAGE
Comments (3367)

Marianne Lee

In regards to the boyfriend running upstairs first, I believe many times when showing a multistorey home, they will begin upstairs. if you take clients downstairs first, then they have to climb all the stairs to see the house, it gives a negative feeling that, "ugh, I'm going to have to climb stairs all the time if I buy this place". So since he was in real estate too, it might have just been habit to start upstairs.

Nov 24th
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Edie Thomas

@truecrimegarage I honestly am still not convinced there is foul play in this case. If Eric Pracht can wander off in the middle of Lakewood, CO, a completely over-developed suburb of Denver and not be found for 3 years, literally feet from houses, I can believe that Brandon, high on meth, wandered and injured himself and died in those hundreds of acres of open space. Just my 2 cents.

Nov 20th
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Cristina Corales

These people are living ‘The Days of Our Lives!’

Nov 20th
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Edie Thomas

Just throwing this out there about the phone call: what if he had a car phone and he said, want to use my car phone? But it's really expensive, so you have to make it a quick call. Because the call was so soon after her abduction. It would make her feel safe that he wasn't taking away communication from her mom. Again, just a thought.. #justiceforamy #episode309 @truecrimegarage

Nov 19th
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KBB

3:14

Nov 16th
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Ann Marita Rooksby

Very annoying naration!

Nov 16th
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Dianna P

3:00

Nov 16th
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Lisa Ruddy

Listening for the second time. Heres a thought in the Truscott case. Lynnes clothes were folded, zipper up, socks rolled, what 14 yr old boy would do that? They wouldnt, but a military person would and Lynne would have known many military personnel!

Nov 13th
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Carrie Maderer

an hour to hour and a half drive is nothing for us in Texas. it's at least 45in drive to a decent grocery store.

Nov 12th
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Debbie Bilka

WOW! That intro, dynamic!

Nov 10th
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ID19670687

Bro tell the story already Jesus Christ..

Nov 8th
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Edie Thomas

I feel most disappearances like this (city, late night, drinking), the missing person was either mugged and thrown into a dumpster or they fell in a river. My friend Amy Ahonen went missing in CO, and her partial remains were found 3 years later down river. If you saw the river where she went missing, you would think she would have been found, but she wasn't #findtylerdavis @truecrimegarage @castbox

Nov 5th
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Cat Schwing

Those doctors are stupid as fuck. No way that was 20 joints. Lol

Nov 4th
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KBB

3:05

Nov 3rd
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Len Conyers

Quality and professionalism of the pod starts to improve at this point. Until now, I was beginning to wonder how it got to such popularity.

Nov 2nd
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Edie Thomas

One thing I have to disagree with is that you assume it takes a mastermind to hide a body. There are over half a million cases of missing people. I hate to say it, but it would be easy to hide a body. #missingbrianshaffer @truecrimegarage

Nov 2nd
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Vicki Mayfield Camacho

I don't think there's a podcast the family hasn't been on to talk about this case and I'm sure the families wants the Podcasters to keep digging for info on all of the killers (If more than one) and co-conspirators. 👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾👏🏾 For the True Crime podcasters.

Nov 1st
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BC surv

3:05

Oct 26th
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Diana Maina

Maybe cut it out with the music please it's quite annoying

Oct 23rd
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Cristina Corales

There goes the podcast!! 🤣🤣🤣🤣

Oct 22nd
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