The Letter

Publisher:
Lemonada Media

The Letter

5.0/5

Critic Rating

In August of 1996, longtime friends on the verge of adulthood - Zachary Snarr and Yvette Rodier - headed into the mountains a few miles from their Salt Lake City homes, where they planned to spend the evening taking pictures of the rising full moon. But a 19-year-old stranger carrying a gun happened across them, changing dozens of lives with one fateful decision. The crime sent shockwaves through the community that continued to reverberate long after the media turned its attention to other tragedies. But no one expected what came next - The Letter. From KSL Podcasts (Cold), Lemonada Media (Believe...


Critic Reviews

Score: 5

The Crime Writers Squad • Crime Writers On Sep 29, 2022

""The Letter" is mournfully sad...But it takes a turn few podcasts do. It's emotional and thought provoking all at the same time to hear a mother say on the phone "Love you" to the man who shot her son."


Score: 5

Lauren Passell • Podcast The Newsletter Sep 12, 2022

"It opens with a scene that pulls you in…you are invited to hear the phone conversation between a woman and someone in jail...it reminds me a bit of the opening segments to Are You Afraid of the Dark? …things feel scenic and safe, but also ominous. I feel like I’m on a wild ride and I don’t want to get off."

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