Nobody Should Believe Me

Publisher:
Larj Media

Nobody Should Believe Me

5.0/5

Critic Rating

Novelist Andrea Dunlop is looking for answers. When her older sister was first investigated for Munchausen by Proxy abuse more than a decade ago, it tore her family apart. This catastrophic series of events sent Dunlop on a journey to understand this most taboo form of abuse. In this groundbreaking podcast, she talks to some of the top experts in the world to explore the criminology and psychopathology behind Munchausen by Proxy and to reveal the wide swath of destruction these perpetrators leave in their wake. Along the way, she becomes captivated by the case of Hope Ybarra. Dunlop speaks...


Critic Reviews

Score: 5

Keelin • Mentally? A Magpie. Jan 11, 2023

"This podcast is both a personal cathartic journey for Andrea Dunlop and an extremely enlightening series for those of us walking into this with curiosity. Easily marathoned, the overall feel of this podcast draws you in with morbid curiosity, nd keeps you there. You feel for every person who speaks on this subject and by the end of it you are somehow rooting for a better future for everyone."

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