A lot of stuff you haven’t heard in a totally unique but informative way. I am mesmerized.
I love listening to this Podcast because it puts me in the City that my Mom spoke so fondly of - I was born and raised in Houston and my parents met in Boston during WWII. After they married my Dad moved them back to Texas were a family of 5 kids were raised - all with great stories of my Mom’s childhood growing up in South Boston. That background doesn’t have anything to do with the podcast but it is the reason why I listen. I’m in Texas but at 70 years old now….a part of me will always be connected to Bean Town.
Barry is a great narrator and gives an honest look at Boston area true crime stories. Feel like I’m listening to one of my family members when I hear his South Boston accent. Love it!
Love the show great cases are covered here really enjoyed the depositors trust bank and trial 4 shows!
Just discovered this excellent podcast being done by a seasoned investigator. No gimmicks, no silly chatter, excellent voice and demeanor. I am delighted to get the facts and the deeper story. Barry, you have a winner here. Thank you.
I so enjoy these cases and how Barry speaks truth as he analyzes facts. Society need to grow up and stop being so “offended” by things. Keep at it Barry!
We love listening to this podcast. Living in Southie it is so interesting to hear what has happened here! We usually do not enjoy podcasts and haven’t listened to many but we love listening to Boston confidential on road trips or commutes. So informative! Highly recommend to any true crime fans.
I have since moved out of Massachusetts but the connection never left. Barry brings me back with each episode. He is fair in his analysis and his passion is a welcome reward.
Makes my morning commute into Boston bearable! He’s honest, real, and genuine. You don’t get that nowadays and I appreciate hearing these stories from someone who has worked in the field. Keep up the good work. Cancel culture has no place in this podcast or in society.
I enjoy learning more about crimes that have occurred here in New England. The episode on the New Bedford highway killings was especially well done. Please keep producing this podcast 👍🏻
I listen to a lot of podcasts, and this one is my absolute favorite. This is also the ONLY podcast I ever recommend to anyone who is looking for something new to listen to. Barry is a great narrator/ story teller and I look forward to Monday because I get to listen to a new episode. Listening to him is like conversing with one of my friends, except my side of the conversation is in my head.
This is a great podcast from a hometown guy. He knows the area and the cases. He is genuine and well informed. Thank you Barry!
Finally a bean town true crime pod. The first few episodes it was easy to tell it was a new podcast, but as you’ve hung in there there is a better flow to each episode. There must be thousands of cases so I hope you’ll be around for a while. Thanks for the research and fact checking you do, it is important to those who listen in the hopes of helping a case and not listening for entertainment.
I love this podcast!! I am not from the Boston area, but we moved here a few years ago and I love learning about all of New England’s true crime history. The host has such a good story-telling voice and I look forward to a new episode every week!!
Love hearing local stories from a local guy with a local accent (and, NO! Boston and New York’s accents are NOT the same).
I live in Boston & love true crime so was naturally attracted to this podcast. But this exceeded my expectations, well told episodes and love the extra commentary by Barry. Keep it up!
I’m from Boston and love this podcast! I even get my husband to listen with me sometimes. Lots of ads though.
I wasn’t sure about this podcast initially. However, Mr. Maguire’s unflinching detail and the genuine empathy for the victims made me a fan. I’m currently binging all the past episodes and really enjoying them. I’m not from Boston but I’m enjoying the accent nonetheless.
I was born in Dorchester and grew up and still live in Walpole. I cannot tell you how many times when I said I was from Walpole, I got “oh in the prison? Ha ha!” Morons.. 🤣
First, this born and bred Boston girl wants to say thank you for creating a podcast that features local Massachusetts cases, despite many of them having limited details that are in the public domain. So many of these cases never get covered on podcasts (I’ve even contacted a few that I love to see if they would cover cases like Deanna Cremins and Holly Piirainen, but to no avail.) As someone who grew up in Somerville (and now teaches there) Deanna Cremins case has haunted me for a long time. Thank you for doing it justice! I’m hoping you cover Janet Downing (another Somerville case form around the same time). And if you ever need a local Villen to mine for information about Somerville, I’m your girl 😉 Awesome awesome awesome podcast!
Love it. Accidental find, but so happy. As a recovering Masshole, I might be biased, but, in the words of furniture slinger Dean: “I doubt it.” Great stuff man. Great cadre of cases I’ve never heard covered! Keep em coming kid.
As a lifelong Boston resident, I love this podcast. I remember many of the cases Barry covers. He does a great job connecting with his listeners too! I emailed him a question and he responded immediately! If you haven’t listened! Make sure you do!
Barry, finally somebody doing a podcast and a great job, I might add on the underbelly of Boston and the surrounding area. Today I noticed you were doing a podcast on the Theresa Corley case. Oddly I was going to suggest you do that one. Keep up the great work love your honesty and telling it like it is. John Boston
Great job, Barry. You are very thorough with your research and I find your knowledge about the subject matter of true crime in the Boston area to be excellent. I like that you bring your experience as a private investigator into the cases to shed more light on them. Keep up your good work. I appreciate this podcast.