In 2014, 17-year-old Lizzie Burdett left her boyfriend’s house and never made it home. Her boyfriend, Tom Caruso was the last person to see her alive but he fled town soon after her disappearance. No charges were laid, the case went cold, and eight years later - her family want answers. Someone knows something... You Don't Know Me - a six-part crime-thriller audio drama set in Sydney’s Northern beaches where the unsolved case of a missing teen exposes the secrets of those in the community around her. Adapted from a novel by award-winning Australian crime writer Sara Foster, this crime-mystery is full of unseen twists as each episode focuses on a different potential suspect.
Jane Harper’s best-selling thriller is set in a small town in Australia suffering from two years of extreme drought. When a family is brutally killed, tensions mount even higher, and policeman Aaron Falk, who has returned to his hometown after 20 years, finds he must face what's hidden in his own past to help him solve the secrets of the present. From the BBC
An unidentified body. Who was she? Why hasn’t she been missed? A BBC World Service and NRK original podcast, investigating a mystery unsolved for almost half a century.
How did a man who claims he had 13 alibi witnesses get convicted of murder and serve 20 years in prison? In this original series from Dateline NBC, producer Dan Slepian chronicles the case of Richard Rosario, who was convicted of a 1996 murder in New York City. Rosario has always insisted that he is innocent, and that 13 alibi witnesses will swear he was a thousand miles away in Florida while the crime was happening in New York. Ride along in real time as Slepian spends two years digging deep into Rosario’s case in a quest for the truth...
From the Griffith Criminology Institute, this is A Matter of Crime podcast. A Matter of Crime takes you behind the headlines and gets you a seat beside Australia’s leading criminologists and legal scholars. Together, we’ll unravel why laws are made, why they’re broken, and how we navigate the aftermath. In this episode, in the wake of recent terrorist attacks around the world, we speak to postdoctoral research fellow at the Griffith Criminology Institute Dr Keiran Hardy about how to respond to this growing threat. And later in the show we will join Juliet and Dee for a glass of Crim and Tonic as they answer your questions, unravel your theories, dispel your myths, and quote showtunes.
A murder case has many layers: the victim, the crime, and the investigation. To truly understand it, you need to dissect each piece of a tragic puzzle. Join Anna-Sigga Nicolazzi and Scott Weinberger every Wednesday for an insider’s perspective, as they reveal to you the Anatomy of Murder.
Hitting a moving target is hard, but for some criminals that's their specialty. Armored truck robberies are supposed to be among the most difficult and dangerous crimes to get away with, so, how is it that they happen so often? In this 10-part series, host Jake Brennan, is diving deep into the most notorious armored truck robbery cases in North America and beyond to figure out what fuels these perpetrators and the investigators whose job it is to catch them.
A murder mystery hunt at a country fête takes a sinister turn when the "victim" turns out not to be acting, in Agatha Christie's whodunit, starring John Moffatt as Belgian sleuth Hercule Poirot. From the BBC
In 1970, three-year-old Cheryl Grimmer was taken from an Australian beach. No-one knows what happened. Fifty years on - can the mystery be solved? From the BBC.
The rise and fall of Anna Delvey, who conned New York high society into believing that she was a multi-millionaire heiress. Vicky Baker and Chloe Moss dig deeper into the scandal. From the BBC
The Invention of Murder: How the Victorians Revelled in Death and Detection and Created Modern Crime. In this fascinating exploration of murder in the nineteenth century, Judith Flanders examines some of the most gripping cases that captivated the Victorians and gave rise to the first detective fiction. From the BBC
Two barrels, four bodies, and an enigmatic killer. The cold case that changed the way murders will be investigated forever.
In season one, host Shay McAlister investigated five unsolved crimes in and around Bardstown, Ky. Season two went beyond Bardstown, investigating a deadly fire in the bayou community of Lacombe, La. Now, McAlister is returning to co-host season three, "Beyond Bardstown: Unsolved," alongside Madison Wade, a reporter and anchor at KING5 in Seattle and the former host of the ABC10 TV news series "California Unsolved." Each episode, the two journalists will look back at a different unsolved case they have covered in search of new insights and, hopefully, answers.
Cold is a narrative podcast series focused on missing persons cases. Investigative journalist and host Dave Cawley takes on a single story with each season. Season 3: The Search for Sheree follows two suspects in the 1985 disappearance of Sheree Warren while examining the dangerous escalation of domestic abuse and sexual violence. The Cold team seeks to answer the question: what really happened to Sheree Warren? Season 2: Justice for Joyce Yost delves into the details of a murder-for-hire plot and attempts to find justice for Joyce – a woman who bravely reported her kidnapping and rape only to vanish without a trace. In Season 1: Susan Powell Case Files, the journey begins with Dave’s investigation into the unsolved disappearance of Susan Powell… and the man with the most to gain from her death.
In order to tell the story of a crime, you have to turn back time. Every season, Investigative journalist Delia D'Ambra digs deep into a mind-bending mystery with the hopes of reigniting interest in a decades old homicide case.
Crime Insiders, a LiSTNR Original Production, takes you beyond true crime. In groundbreaking interviews, explore the world of policing, forensics, and more through the stories of the world’s most experienced and decorated experts.
The original true crime review podcast that looks at other podcasts, TV, and pop culture. True crime authors and real-life couple Rebecca Lavoie and Kevin Flynn hold a pop-culture round table with noir novelist Toby Ball and journalist-turned-investigator Lara Bricker. The panel chats about other podcasts (including 'Serial') as well as journalism, storytelling, TV shows and films, and the special segment, 'Crime of the Week.'Show website: crimewriterson.com. Follow the show on Twitter @crimewriterson. Find us on Facebook facebook.com/crimewritersonpodcast. Email the show at [email protected] by Benjamin Frisch
Culpable explores unsettled cases where those deserving of blame have somehow eluded justice. On August 28, 2013, 22 year old Brittany Stykes was shot and killed while driving down Highway 68 in Brown County, Ohio. It’s been nearly a decade Host Dennis Cooper returns to unearth the truth around this story of a young mother whose life was cut short. Season 1 explored the case of Christian Andreacchio, whose death was ruled his death a suicide, despite substantial evidence that points to murder.
Host Spencer Henry brings the spooky on Cult Liter! Each week, he dives into stories from macabre history, true crime, and all things bizarre – always delivered with his quirky personality and humor.
Current and classic episodes, featuring compelling true-crime mysteries, powerful documentaries and in-depth investigations.
Despite the Grateful Dead’s ethos of peace and love and communal music, there is a darkness that surrounds the band. Across five decades, a string of unexplained accidents, murders and disappearances have befallen some of the band’s most dedicated fans; affectionately known as "DeadHeads." Some were last seen on their way to Grateful Dead concerts, others simply vanished or were tragically murdered while attending shows. Hosted by Payne Lindsey (Up and Vanished) and Jake Brennan (Disgraceland), DEAD AND GONE Season 2 dives deep into the DeadHead subculture, investigating four of these tragic unresolved cases while simultaneously navigating the career of this iconic band. A long, strange, deadly trip into the world of The Grateful Dead.
Disclosed: The Children in the Pictures is an 8 part series that powerfully examines how child abuse has become endemic online, and what we can all do to fight it. Binge the whole series for free by searching 'Disclosed' wherever you get your podcasts and click on Season 1.
Disgraceland is a podcast about musicians getting away with murder and behaving very badly. Each episode traces the most insane criminal stories surrounding our most interesting and infamous pop stars. Disgraceland melds music history, true crime and transgressive fiction. Host Jake Brennan’s engrossing first-person style brings the stories to life, from the Rolling Stones nightmare at Altamont to Cardi B beating down people in her path to stardom, with evocative imaginings of the musicians' thoughts and actions along the way.
In hit podcast Dr. Death, reporter Laura Beil investigates troublesome physicians who managed to fool the medical institution and unfortunately, the patients who trusted them with their lives.
My Favorite Murder is the hit true crime comedy podcast hosted by Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark. Since 2016, Karen and Georgia have taken their enthusiastic and dedicated listeners (aka “Murderinos”) on a wild, comedic ride through their favorite true crime stories, from notable serial killers, strange disappearances, and listener-submitted hometown horrors.
It is the summer of 1977 and Texas lawman Cotton De la Croix is on the hunt for two psychotic killers who brutally murdered his family. His journey takes him through the sweltering no-man’s land of Texas and across the Mexican border where an escaped Nazi, Derr Russe, has been conducting monstrous human experiments for the past three decades with great effect. Unknown to Cotton and his sidekicks is that the entire nefarious operation has been orchestrated by a clandestine band of US Black Op’s, led by an unscrupulous General and his tight knit faction of spies. Who will survive? Who will perish? And who will become Der Russe’s next experiment? Sangre Del Diablo (Danny Trejo) • Cotton De La Croix (Kellan Lutz) • Angel/Christina (Tara Strong). •. AlexJames (Eric Bauza) • Yada (Jearnest Corchado) • Richard Ray - Chief Medical Examiner (Zach Grenier) • The General (Xander Berkeley) • Turner/Steward/Soldier (Phil Lamarr) • Wicks (Wallace Langham) • Janet - Assistant Medical Examiner/Border Dispatch (Lori Alan) • Der Russe/Deputy Hooper/Strip Club MC (Maurice Lamarche) • Special Agent Williams (Steven Weber) • Mustache (Spencer Garrett) • Sideburns (Geoffrey Blake) • Mrs. Perkins/CIA Operator (Sarah Clarke) • Border Agent Wolter/Strip Club Barker (Scott Parkin) • Hope (Ozioma Akagha) • Special Agent Taylor (Scott Weil) • Senator Perkins (Mike McColl) • Deputy Charlie (Ogie Banks) • Skyler (Kristin Slaysman) • Spencer/Strip Club Manager (Vincent Corazza) • Candy/Hotel Operator/Customer (Jane Cooke) • Deputy Duane (Jeff LeBeau) • Bus Driver/Paramedic/Strip Club Patron (Mikey Kelley) • Abuelita/Bus Passenger (Fabiola Stevenson) • Thug/Border Announcer/Mean Soldier (Gabriel Romero) • Paulo/Bus Passenger/Strip Club Patron (Kevin Andrew Rivera) • Strip Club Waitress/Bus Passenger (Kelci Cerri) • Scotty (Bentley Lee Conger) • Radio DJ/Used Car Salesman (Ben McCain) • Bus Passenger (Jennifer Resolme) • Newscaster/Portly Deputy (Christopher Hatfield) • Border Announcer/Monotone Man (Mocean Melvin) • Bus Passenger (Rosie Ayala)
Fraudsters is an all-you-can-eat buffet of liars, cheaters, and scammers. We cover every flavor of fraud you can imagine from fake psychic hotlines to corporations cookin’ the books. This podcast is a collaboration between Zerocool Media and the Last Podcast Network. Hosted by Seena Ghaznavi and Justin Williams. Produced by Hazel Bryan. Theme music by Simon TaufiQue. Find us on Instagram or Twitter @FraudstersLPN Email us with your thoughts at [email protected]
The Generation Why Podcast released its first episode in 2012 and pioneered the true crime genre in the podcasting world. Hosts Aaron Habel and Justin Evans break down theories and give their opinions on unsolved murders and mysteries.
Welcome to Season Two of Gone South, the Edward R. Murrow Award-winning documentary podcast from C13Originals. Starting in the sixties, a loose-knit confederation of traveling criminals known as the Dixie Mafia terrorized every state from Georgia to Oklahoma. Its hundreds of members, unofficially headquartered in Biloxi, Mississippi, specialized in scams, heists and murder. Their alleged leader — the estranged son of a prominent Oklahoma politician — was a skilled and charismatic outlaw named Kirksey Nix. When Nix was sentenced to life in prison at Angola for a murder he committed in New Orleans, the Dixie Mafia was thought to be extinct. But fifteen years later, a sitting criminal court judge named Vincent Sherry and his wife Margaret, a mayoral candidate for the city of Biloxi, were assassinated. As the case ran cold, authorities were forced to confront a disturbing reality: the Dixie Mafia was not done yet. Gone South is a creation and production of Peabody-nominated C13Originals, a Cadence13 studio, in association with Jed and Tom Lipinski.
Episode released weekly or subscribe now to binge all episodes of Inside The Tribe: Apple: Subscribe For Early Access Spotify: Subscribe For Early Access It’s 1996, and a young couple, Mark and Rose, have just returned to Sydney from living overseas. They are in love, with two beautiful kids, but they are at a loose end. One day at a local fair, they come across a Christian sect called the 12 Tribes. The group, who live in seclusion, offer a utopia of love, peace and communal living, beholden only to the word of Yashua. But before long, Mark and Rose find themselves in a world of bizarre rituals and extreme beliefs, under the influence of a charismatic leader. They are made virtual slaves, the family shuffled around the world to prevent them escaping. So who are the 12 Tribes, and how has their leader managed to build a global following, unchecked for 50 years? Hosted by Tim Elliott. Have a tip of information about 12 Tribes? We’re listening! Email us at [email protected] If any of the contents in this episode have caused distress, know that there is help available via Lifeline on 13 11 14 or Beyond Blue on 1300 22 4636 If you are looking for the Nurse Podcast, it has been moved to a new feed due to active legal proceedings, if you are outside of Tasmania you can listen here
"The Officer's Wife" is now "Intent: The Tex McIver Case." Investigators in Atlanta have always known who shot successful Atlanta businesswoman Diane McIver in Sept. 2016—and so did she. Diane was shot by her husband, Tex McIver, and she knew it was him because she handed him the gun. But Tex says he doesn’t know how the gun went off, and Diane’s death was a terrible accident. It’s a story Tex McIver has always stood by: he loved his wife, and he never would have harmed her on purpose. But is that story true or was there more to the McIvers’ relationship than even their closest friends might have realized? 11Alive WXIA News Reporter Kaitlyn Ross and VAULT Studios investigate the shooting, its aftermath and a trial that captivated Atlanta.
VAULT Studios is bringing the A&E hit series Killer Cases to podcast listeners. Hosted by veteran investigative journalist Brian Ross, Killer Cases chronicles the emotion, drama and suspense from chilling murder investigations and trials. It’s a journey through the criminal justice process that gives listeners an inside look at real cases like never before.
On Killer Psyche, former FBI profiler Candice DeLong draws from her decades of FBI experience and scores of interviews with real criminals to give in-depth psychological analysis and insider information that can’t be found anywhere else. Candice will break down some of the most confounding criminals of recent times to analyze what drives them. She’ll discuss cases she worked personally, like the Unabomber, and cases where her unique insight and perspective gives listeners a peek into the inner mind of criminals like Jeffrey Epstein, “Dr. Death” or Bikram Choudry.
The Last Podcast On The Left covers all the horrors our world has to offer both imagined and real, from demons and slashers to cults and serial killers, The Last Podcast is guaranteed to satisfy your blood lust.
On April 12, 2021, first responders were called to a group home on a quiet street in Gilbert, Ariz., where they found a man washing away blood in the shower. As investigators tried to piece together what happened, neighbors would learn that a convicted killer had been released to live on their street. “Locked Inside” reveals the events leading up to this tragedy and questions how it may have been prevented, exposing holes in the state’s justice and mental health systems along the way. Hosted by 12 News investigative reporter Erica Stapleton, “Locked Inside” is a coproduction of 12 News in Phoenix and VAULT Studios.
Rhyme and punishment go hand in hand in America. Louder Than A Riot reveals the interconnected rise of hip-hop and mass incarceration. From Bobby Shmurda to Nipsey Hussle, each episode explores an artist's story to examine a different aspect of the criminal justice system that disproportionately impacts Black America. Hosted by NPR Music's Rodney Carmichael and Sidney Madden, this podcast is invested in power from all angles — the power the music industry wields over artists, the power of institutional forces that marginalize communities of color, the power of the prison industrial complex and the power dynamics deep-rooted in the rap game.
Morbid is a true crime, creepy history and all things spooky podcast hosted by an autopsy technician and a hairstylist. Ash Kelley and Alaina Urquhart deliver a heavy dose of research with a dash of comedy thrown in for flavor.
When a woman’s twin sister is murdered, she launches her own investigation. And to catch the killer, she goes undercover as her own sister—dressing like her, talking like her, taking over her very identity. Visiting dangerous neighborhoods looking for information. It’s a dangerous journey, putting her own life at risk. Dateline’s Keith Morrison hosts.
You can't spell lifestyle without lies. When the charges against Newport Beach orthopedic surgeon and former Bravo reality star Dr. Grant Robicheaux and his girlfriend, substitute teacher Cerissa Riley, were revealed back in September of 2018, the world gawked at the unlikely criminals. And when a search warrant resulted in a haul that included unlawful guns, drugs, cash, and a mountain of digital evidence, the two were accused of drugging and raping MANY women. Things only got weirder from there. Journalist and podcaster Justine Harman pulls back the curtain on one of the most sordid sex crimes cases in Orange County history.
You know the refrain. With each new scandal involving law enforcement, another horrific video of misconduct, evidence of assault, or act of fatal negligence, police officials tell the public: "We're investigating." But what really happens inside those internal investigations that promise accountability? For decades, the process for how police police themselves has been inconsistent, if not opaque. In some states, like California, these proceedings were completely hidden behind a wall of official secrecy. After a new police transparency law unsealed scores of internal affairs files, NPR and KQED reporters set out to examine these cases and the shadow world of police discipline. Hosted by KQED Criminal Justice reporter Sukey Lewis, On Our Watch brings listeners into the rooms where officers are questioned and witnesses are interrogated to find out who this system is really protecting. Is it the officers, or the public they've sworn to serve?
Season 4: Gone Hunting - When Mike Williams vanishes on a hunting trip, the authorities presume he was eaten by alligators but one woman begins to suspect the true predators may lurk much closer to home. It sets her on a tireless crusade to uncover what really happened to Mike. A story about an obsessive love affair, a scandalous secret and a mother’s battle for justice.
True crime conversations with people closest to some of Australia’s most compelling cases. From Doctors, to family members and the victims themselves, these perspectives not often heard in Australian media will amaze you.
On Real Crime Profile, join Jim Clemente (former FBI profiler and NYC prosecutor), Laura Richards (criminal behavioral analyst, New Scotland Yard ) and Lisa Zambetti (casting director, CBS Criminal Minds) as they analyze behavior from real criminal cases in the Cynopsis Award winning podcast.
From the creative minds behind Crime Junkie and with participation from the Indiana State Police, Ashley Flowers takes you alongside the reinvestigation into one of Indianapolis' most infamous unsolved cases.
When we think of white-collar criminals, we picture a CEO getting caught up in the latest financial scandal. But there is a subgroup within these seemingly nonviolent offenders who are never discussed in mainstream media - the white-collar criminals who kill. Join Catherine Townsend as she dives into the minds of these real-life American Psychos...who are often hiding in plain sight. This is Red Collar.
RedHanded the podcast jumps head first into all manner of macabre madness. We cover everything from big time serial killers (and those you may never have heard of), to hauntings, possessions, disturbing mysteries, bizarre whodunits and basically anything that tickles our creepy fancy. So, join us, plug in, sit back and prepare for scares.
From the Peabody Award nominated C13Originals Studio, and the creators of Root of Evil, comes a new documentary series about the stories, and family we can’t escape. Jackee Taylor has been hidden in WITSEC, better known as the Witness Protection Program, for almost 40 years. But after a strange and violent incident reveals secrets about her past, Jackee begins a journey to find out the truth about herself, and her family. Hers is a twisted tale of darkness, murder, mystery, tragedy, and resilience, which traverses the country, and lands in the most violent era of one of the country’s most violent cities - 1970s Cleveland. At the heart of this story, is Jackee’s relative - a former member of the world’s most powerful motorcycle club, a sociopath, a killer, and an informant. Jackee can’t move forward unless she reconciles with his past, and she’s finally telling this story in the hopes that others don’t have to live the kind of life that she has.
Rotten but still a little sweet! Rotten Mango is a true crime + all things spooky podcast. We love doing deep dives into the darkest crimes and we tend to not leave out any details - which can get a little rotten at times. If you want deep dives in the psychology of killers, no holding back storytelling of crimes, and stories of lesser known criminals from around the world this is the place for you. Welcome to Rotten Mango but don’t worry it all comes with a seasoning of comedy/sweetness.
Should Be Alive investigates the 2019 murder of a transgender teenage girl named Nikki Kuhnhausen in Vancouver, Washington. Host Ashley Korslien explores issues facing transgender people and brings a spotlight to an increasing number of acts of violence against the trans community. From the team that produced the award-winning investigative true crime podcasts The Yellow Car and Urge to Kill, KGW and Vault Studios present Should Be Alive.
Snapped: Women Who Murder is an original true-crime podcast from Oxygen. Each episode depicts high profile or bizarre cases of women accused of murder. Was the motivation for murder revenge against a cheating husband or lover, a large insurance payoff, or the ending to years of abuse? Snapped goes deep on the stories behind the crimes, and is based on the TV series of the same name, which is one of Oxygen’s biggest hits and the network’s longest-running original series.
Solvable is a true-crime podcast that seeks to find the answers to unsolved mysteries. With the cooperation of the investigative agency, Solvable takes the listener behind closed doors and speaks directly to the past and current personnel who are responsible for investigating these crimes. In addition, family members and others who are most impacted by these tragedies share their stories in the hopes that answers will one day be found.
Something Was Wrong is an Iris Award-winning true-crime docuseries about the discovery, trauma, and recovery from shocking life events and abusive relationships. Hosted by Tiffany Reese.
When Matthew MaGill died alone in the woods on the Florida-Georgia border, he left behind a box filled with the artifacts of an incredible life: from Broadway in the 1970s, to a 747 hijacking, to the culture of drugs and luxury cars in 1980s Florida. A series of coincidences leads reporter Eric Mennel to the box, sending him on a five-year search to understand the truth about its owner. But as Mennel learns who Matthew MaGill really was, he is confronted with questions about his own life, his own mistakes, and his own family secrets.
Sergeant Jill Evans is a small town cop in Wales with an impressive record in her job, and a less than impressive record in her love life. After three engagements, two divorces and one affair, she’s beginning to worry that love is only true in fairy tales. That is until she meets: Dean. He’s a wealthy beauty entrepreneur with his own range of toiletries. Girl meets boy. Boy meets girl. They kiss and fall in love. Roll credits. But that would be boring, wouldn’t it? Instead, this is a love story like no other. It’s all going so well for Jill and Dean, until Halloween night, when Dean disappears. And Sgt. Jill is left to pick up the pieces. From Wondery and Novel, comes a new series. Hosted by Kerry Godliman.
Maple Shade New Jersey is a quaint New Jersey suburb - its slogan is “Nice Town, Friendly People.” But on the evening of March 23, 2017, an Indian tech worker, Sasikala Narra, and her six-year-old son, Anish, were found brutally murdered in their apartment. Police questioned the husband and father, Hanumantha, but his alibi checked out. Now, six years later, the case is still unsolved, and authorities won’t talk about it. So, we conduct our own investigation – discovering new leads, potential motives, and questionable behavior by local authorities. Will there ever be justice for Sasikala and Anish?
Season 3: Five Shots in the Dark follows Leon Benson, who spent 24 years in an Indiana state prison for the 1998 murder of a young man named Kasey Schoen. His conviction hinged on the testimony of two eyewitnesses – but what if their memories turned out to be wrong? And what if the people who knew what really happened had never been allowed to speak? Suspect Season 3: Five Shots in the Dark is the story of two victims: one murdered, one sentenced to life. Follow host Matt Shaer and attorney Lara Bazelon as they investigate how the justice system failed both Leon and Kasey, and who the real killer might be. Join this unprecedented look inside the attempt to overturn a wrongful conviction and find out if justice will finally be served.
On Tenfold More Wicked, host Kate Winkler Dawson presents a unique blending of narrative nonfiction storytelling with investigative journalism for a deep dive into the lives of both victims and killers, and how they made history.
Each week, comedians and amateur detectives Liza Treyger and Kara Klenk break down episodes of Law & Order: SVU, deep dive into the true crimes they're based on, and interview on-screen talent, ranging from big stars to joggers who find the body. These are their stories. Dun dun!
For the past two years, Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Ronan Farrow has been following a trail of clues from his investigation of Harvey Weinstein to other blockbuster stories about the systems that protect powerful men accused of terrible crimes in Hollywood, Washington, and beyond. But he didn’t bring that information to light on his own. A compelling cast of sources—from brave whistleblowers to shadowy undercover operatives—decided the fate of these investigations, sometimes risking everything in the process. The Catch and Kill Podcast brings you their stories, in their own words, for the first time.
Crime. Five days a week. From the reporters and journalists who know these stories best. Brought to you by the studio behind Bardstown and The Officer's Wife and hosted by Will Johnson and Reed Redmond, hosts of VAULT Studios' weekly True Crime Chronicles.
For years, some law enforcement agencies have replaced the faces of traditional playing card decks with images of missing and murdered people and distributed those cards in prisons hoping inmates would come forward with information needed to crack these cold cases wide open. Now, audiochuck is dealing you in. Each week, we will be working with investigators and family members to bring you the details of some of the coldest cases from around the country in hopes that someone listening can finally bring these victims the justice they deserve.
Our card this season is Darlene Hulse, the 4 of Hearts from Indiana. Darlene Hulse was forcibly taken from her home in Argos, Indiana on August 17, 1984. Her two oldest daughters witnessed the attack but they didn’t recognize the man who took their mother. Though Darlene’s body would be found a day later, just six miles from her home, her killer has evaded law enforcement for almost four decades and the investigation has remained cold…until now.
When a parent dies, they always leave something behind to their kids. For Alex Estrada it was a burning question: was his father involved in the 1973 murder of one of his business partners? The Estate is a true-crime documentary podcast series following Alex's search for the truth. A murder mystery, political conspiracy and family memoir, touching on race, the justice system and a pain that moves from one generation to the next. Produced by Sonoro in partnership with Tenderfoot TV.
Do you ever wonder what it’s like to be friends with a murderer? Or escape a kidnapping? Or have a father who was a serial killer? Join Jac Vanek, Alexis Linkletter, and Billy Jensen on a chilling ride into the darkest corners of your worst nightmares. Murders, cults, kidnappings, and conspiracies—all told through the eyes of a guest who is one degree of separation from the story itself. From infamous serial killers to the unbelievable unknown murder in your own backyard, The First Degree delivers a new perspective to the already fascinating true crime landscape. And who knows... you may be our next guest.
Winner of the 2019 Canadian Podcast Award, The Minds of Madness investigates ordinary people who do unthinkable things, examining criminal minds and the impact their violent crimes have on victims and their families. Created and hosted by husband and wife team Tyler and Bek Allen.
It’s the crack era. The most violent time in New York City history. The NYPD is fighting a losing battle and instead of protecting the city from drug dealers, some police officers have become them. This is the never-before told, first-person documentary of the biggest police corruption scandal in NYPD history and the investigation that uncovered it all. From Zak Levitt, the Emmy, Peabody, and NY Press Club Investigative Journalism Award winning creator of Root of Evil, Gangster Capitalism, and Relative Unknown.
Once called “the miracle on the beach,” Synanon began in the 1960s as an experimental rehab facility in Santa Monica, California with a radical claim: It could cure heroin addiction. Before long, it would make an even bolder claim: It could cure any of your problems. All you had to do was move in. What started in a house on the beach, soon spread to compounds across the country. The man who made the miracle happen, Charles E. Dederich, aka “Chuck,” would be the one to destroy it all, along with the lives of many of his followers and millions of dollars in assets. The Sunshine Place tells the mind-blowing, true-story of Synanon - one of America’s most cutting edge social experiments, turned into one of its most dangerous and violent cults - as it’s never been told before: by the people who lived it. Executive Produced by Robert Downey Jr., Susan Downey, and Emily Barclay Ford for Team Downey and C13Originals, together with Josh McLaughlin for Wink Pictures and written, produced, and directed by Peabody-nominated C13Originals, a Cadence13 Studio.
Two days after Christmas, 2011, Russ Faria came home from game night to find his wife, Betsy, dead. He was soon charged and convicted of her murder. But Russ Faria insisted he did not kill his wife. Betsy’s brutal murder set off a chain of events that would leave one man dead, another man implicated, and expose a diabolical scheme. It would also see Dateline NBC—the true-crime original—become a part of the never-ending saga that proves the old adage: Truth is stranger than fiction. This original series from Keith Morrison and Dateline defies all expectations.
The Vanished is a true crime podcast that explores the stories of those who have gone missing. Join host Marissa Jones as she explores each case, often interviewing the loved ones who are still searching for answers.
Who really killed Effie? The daycare owner and mother of two was shot to death just outside of her apartment in 1989. A man was arrested and spent 16 years in prison for the crime. But Effie’s daughter, Pooneh Gray, is convinced that police got the wrong man. She’s spent 31 years and over $1 million tailing the people she believes organized a hit on her mother. And now, her team of lawyers, private investigators and forensics experts - bolstered by recent advancements in DNA technology - are closer than ever to catching who they believe is the real killer.
A gripping drama exploring the psychological impact of murder on a victim's family and on the killer. From the BBC
In Feb 2018, an aspiring actress vanished from her Hollywood apartment. Rolling Stone journalist Neil Strauss was asked to help the family get answers. Together, they found them...sometimes at great personal risk. Now the award-winning true crime podcast returns, unraveling the baffling and tragic case that started Neil Strauss down the rabbit hole of true crime investigation, along with his wife and his neighbors, Incubus guitarist Mike Einziger, and concert violinist Ann Marie Simpson. To Live and Die in LA Season 2 is available now. www.livediela.com
In True Crime All The Time, hosts Mike Ferguson and Mike Gibson guide listeners through the most interesting true crime stories, delving into what makes these killers tick. They don't take themselves too seriously, but they take true crime very seriously.
Unsolved mysteries. Cold cases. The lost and the missing. Hosts Will Johnson and Reed Redmond work with local crime reporters around the country, mining newsroom archives to bring you a new case each week.
Hosts Nic and the Captain invite you to grab a chair, grab a beer and join them as they talk some true crime. This is no ordinary garage: it’s a rabbit hole of true crime, with a generous supply of alcohol and banter to lighten the load. From international atrocities to heinous stories on (US) home turf, dive head-first into a different case each week, and enjoy a cold one whilst your there. If you consider yourself an armchair detective, you’re in the right place, and you’re amongst friends. For the mystery-seeker, True Crime Garage presents an archive of missing persons, unsolved and cold cases, plus accounts of infamous serial killers and chilling solved cases. True Crime Garage has just one rule: don’t litter. Remember to not take yourself too seriously because if you do, nobody else will. Missing persons (including): Maura Murray Brandon Lawson Asha Degree Wiliam Tyrell Emma Fillipoff Brian Shaffer Jaliek Rainwalker Madeleine McCann Jennifer Kesse Unsolved cases (including): Mitrice Richardson Kendrick Johnson JonBenet Ramsey The Delphi murders OJ Simpson The Tylenol Murders Elisa Lam The Photo: Kris Kremers and Lisanne Froon The West Memphis 3 Amy Mihaljevic Serial killers (including): The Long Island Serial Killer (LISK) Zodiac Ted Bundy The Backpacker: Ivan Milat BTK: Dennis Rader John Wayne Gacy Jeffrey Dahmer Edmund Kemper Ed Gein Solved cases (including): Chris Watts The Unabomber John Lennon Scott Peterson Son of Sam Columbine Room 309: Sidney Teerhuis-Moar Kenneka Jenkins Rae Carruth
Investigative Reporter Robert Riggs created an original True Crime genre podcast based on three decades of real-life stories ripped from his reporter’s notebooks. When you hear the True Crime Reporter™, rest assured that Riggs was there inside the crime scene tape. In every episode, Peabody Award-winning investigative reporter pulls out his reporter’s notebooks. His law enforcement sources open up their case files. They sit down to talk. And you can listen to their Journey Into Darkness.
The Truth and Justice podcast investigates a new potential wrongful conviction case every season. Host Bob Ruff asks listeners to help with the investigation, in an attempt to prove who actually committed the crimes and free the wrongfully convicted. Truth & Justice is a true crowdsourced investigation in real time.
Welcome to the official Unsolved Mysteries podcast from the original creators of the iconic television series, presented by Cadence13. Join our host Steve French each week as we present all new mysteries, from terrifying abductions to bizarre paranormal encounters, heinous killers and unexplained deaths. For every mystery, there is someone, somewhere who knows the truth. Perhaps it's you.
Host Payne Lindsey returns with season 3 to investigate the North West Montana disappearance of Ashley Loring HeavyRunner, an indigenous woman who went missing from the Blackfeet Nation Indian Reservation in 2017. Up and Vanished is a true crime series that investigates mysterious cold case disappearances. Season 1 covered the disappearance of Georgia high school teacher Tara Grinstead, resulting in 2 arrests, and season 2 focused on the disappearance of young mother Kristal Reisinger from a remote mountain town in Colorado, a case that has since been reopened.
On the 12th of September 2014, three-year-old William Tyrrell disappeared from the yard of his grandmother’s house in the quiet town of Kendall, New South Wales. A search and rescue mission soon became an investigation into his likely abduction, but who took him? Was the kidnapping planned or an opportunistic crime? Are we any closer to knowing what happened to William today than we were all those years ago? 10 News First's Lia Harris and Natarsha Belling go through the entire story and strive to answer the question…Where’s William Tyrrell?
On the morning of August 21, 1991, a group of Cuban detainees took over a federal prison in Talladega, Alabama, and demanded their freedom. But how did they get here? And what became of them after? In season two of NPR's Pulitzer-finalist show, we unspool a decades-long story about immigration, indefinite detention, and a secret list. It's a story about a betrayal at the heart of our country's ideals. And in charting a course to our current moment of crisis at the border, we expose the lies that bind us together.
On the surface, there was nothing remarkable about Larry Lavin. He lived in a quiet neighborhood with his wife and family, drove a Volvo, and practiced dentistry in Philadelphia. But, from 1978 to 1984, Dr. Lavin moonlighted as one of the largest cocaine kingpins on the Eastern Seaboard. Through the voices and perspectives of law enforcement, drug runners, friends, business associates and Larry Lavin himself, Wolves Among Us, Season One, The Larry Lavin Story, tells the story of Lavin’s dual life, his impact on Philadelphia culture in the late 70s and early 80s, and the stunning events that led to an intense manhunt for one of the FBI’s 10 most wanted fugitives. Wolves Among Us is a presentation and creation of Peabody-nominated C13Originals, a Cadence13 St