I watch all sorts of channels that talk about crimes or mysteries, and there's three of late that I really dig.
Very dry and minimal editing but I find serves as a really good overview of anything he covers, not really restricted to any types of case in particular, but has more of focus on unsolved cases.
2: That Chapter
Considerably less dry and much more edited, also typically a bit shorter and a tad less in-depth, but way better put together. Again not really any particular types of cases covered, maybe a bit more on the closed case side, but don't quote me on that.
3: Barely Sociable
I believe's been mentioned before here, but I feel really worth mentioning again, despite being very new he's made some pretty well edited, in-depth, and researched shit.
I'd also like give a mention to his series on Satoshi Nakamoto's identity which just finished up today, I'd say that series' equal to the Silk Road video.
I completely understand, didn't expect everyone will like them, very much a list of channels that I like, especially understand where you're coming from with That Chapter. Although with LordonArts I do find it a tad silly to make the deciding factor him liking Anita, doesn't seem to affect anything he does at least from what I've seen.Barley Sociable is great: he's like a more serious, professional version of Nexpo or Scare Theater. I was on the fence about LordonArts, but then I watched some of his older stuff and realized he was an unironic fan of Anita Sarkeesian. I've liked a few videos from That Chapter, but I found them to be boring at times. Also his Irish accent kinda gets in the way of the narration.
I havent watched all of the parts on that yet, do they ever bring up Hensons other girlfriends? I'm curious if they'll cover any of the aftermath with Steve Whitmores firing and what not.Hard to go wrong with Defunctland. I usually fire up the Jim Henson stuff if I'm bored.