Hello, John Doe

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iHeartPodcast Network

Hello, John Doe

2.5/5

Critic Rating

At age 45, Steve Patterson made a shocking online discovery: his own missing person’s page. Desperate to uncover why he had been included on the list, Steve called Todd Matthews, a missing-persons investigator, in search of answers. Together, Todd and Steve discover a sordid family past that includes long-lost relatives, kidnappings, and murders. It turns out that Steve was presumed dead because around the time he was born, his biological mother had married a serial killer who tore their family apart. Along the way, Steve would have to make sense of a personal story with more twists and turns than he...


Critic Reviews

Score: 2.5

The Crime Writers Squad • Crime Writers On May 2, 2024

"Rebecca thought it was so-so. Lara found the story hard to follow, as it dovetailed into the case from "The Girl in the Picture." Toby found the series to be rather bleak, despite attempts to play up Todd's Southern folksiness. Kevin saw it as not true crime, but a story of loss, family, and identity that mirrors those of conventional adoptions."

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