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This week an offhanded remark from Mark ignited Corrigan’s fury about a pet peeve in the true crime genre: TikTok sleuths. So, we’re examining those online amateur detectives and whether they help or hurt.
[0:00] Mark tells CoRri about the spy in the bag
[11:30] We catch up and discuss Valentine’s traditions
[20:16] We wade into being a parent whose kid wants to play Hogwarts Legacy
[35:10] What we watched!
[60:16] A discussion of people on TikTok who love to try to solve crimes
Stuff we referenced:
- Sister Of ‘Hoodie Guy’ Seen With Idaho Victims Responds To Harassment From Online Sleuths Accusing Him Of Murder
- Oregon man, wrongly targeted after TikTok video goes viral, speaks out
- TikTok Users Are Protesting Convicted Killer’s Innocence Because ‘He’s Too Cute’
- I was wrongly accused of being a serial killer and wearing my victims’ clothes
- Tom Felton was falsely accused of grooming an underage girl
- Professor sues TikTok accuser for linker her to Idaho students’ murders
- Opinion: TikTok detectives must stop spreading misinformation
- Five crazy crime cases TikToke users have helped solve
- YouTube, TikTok helped police in Gabby Pettito case. How social media can aid in others.