Compelling story, but I can't go on. Arrogant, irresponsible true crime documentarians and podcasters will be the end of this genre and it makes me so, so sad. Lindsey comes off as incredibly self-important and seems to see the case as a commodity. The real people involved get left by the wayside. I used to dismiss critics of the true crime genre who said that authors and podcast hosts were harmfully sensationalizing crimes, but if this is the sort of thing they've been listening to, I can totally see their point. I still love true crime, but this one just makes me feel gross. For responsible, compassionate takes on interesting mysteries, check out any of CBCs numerous true crime podcasts.