Before Serial and Criminal and other more serious, journalistic true-crime podcasts came to dominate the conversation, there was The Last Podcast on the Left. Since launching their comedic, murder-obsessed podcast in , Ben Kissel, Marcus Parks, and Henry Zebrowski have gone from three dudes in Brooklyn huddled around a bong affectionately named Butterball, bonding over Sasha Grey and Cannibal Holocaust, to entrepreneurs with an entire podcast network , merchandise, worldwide tours — and now a book from Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, The Last Book on the Left. As of January , their flagship podcast is getting 2.
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Realist, skeptic, and wielder of the "Nerd Alert". Demented academic and gleeful observer of all things ghoulish. Marcus pores over the disturbing data and horrifying accounts of true crime and creepy cryptids. Conspiracy theorist and collector of alter-egos. Henry happily descends into madness and inhabits the minds of neurotic axe murderers and baffling ufologists.
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The Last Podcast on the Left is a weekly podcast on the Last Podcast Network  featuring comedian and podcast host Ben Kissel, podcast producer and researcher Marcus Parks, and comedian and actor Henry Zebrowski who joined in the third episode , all of whom are longtime friends. With a main episode released each Friday and a Side Stories episode released once a week, the episodes are generally one to two hours in length, with the hosts exploring the horrors of the world both imagined and real. The podcast was launched in Several repeat characters are present on the podcast, primarily voiced by Zebrowski, such as "Detective Popcorn" the semi-erotic food-focused incompetent police detective , Charles Ng a notorious serial killer , "Terry the Gnome", and Minnie and Nannie Williams victims of serial killer H. The opening theme of the podcast features snippets from serial killers, such as Jeffrey Dahmer who utters the line, "That's when the cannibalism started. In , they filmed their second live show in New Orleans, LA.