So, I just listened to the first episode of the podcast I narrated Who Killed Julie? and it was so amazing! (And no, I’m not just saying that because I narrated it.)
This podcast is different because it’s fiction that tackles a very real subject–domestic abuse. As a domestic abuse survivor, I know firsthand how hard it can be to recover from such a terrible experience. The podcast creator, Paul Sating, is using this series to bring light to the issue and support survivors. How awesome is that?!? It’s one thing to use the topic to get listens, but to actually use this platform to help people who’ve gone through this ordeal is honorable and so needed in today’s times.
With all that’s going on in regards to women and sexual assault in America today, Who Killed Julie? is a necessary listen. For those who ask why she didn’t fight back, why she didn’t report it back then, if she was drinking, what she was wearing, and all the other bullshit excuses for terrible behaviors on the part of men, you should listen to this. This is a story of a woman who experienced something truly terrible–lost her life even–and the reason why will chill you to the bone.
Check out Who Killed Julie? on Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Spotify, and Stitcher!