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station description The Innocence Project estimates that there are currently over 20,000 innocent peopl... read more
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On the surface, Gary Ridgway was just another average guy. He was a devoted husband, a hardworking employee, and a regular churchgoer. Ridgeway was also the second-most prolific serial killer in the history of the United States. Over the course of what he calls his "career," Ridgeway murdered at least 49 girls and young women. According to him, the total was closer to 70. The so-called, "Green River Killer," terrorized the Pacific Coast Highway for almost two decades. Ridgway baffled the police—who were aided by Ted Bundy—and even passed a polygraph test to stay at large. If it weren't for the invention of DNA profiling, Ridgeway might never have been caught. Discover the whole disturbing story in this playlist full of expert documentation and analysis of Ridgeway's monstrous life.
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Snippets of true crime LGBTQ+ specific podcast episodes that I love. Plus, episodes from other true crime podcasts about LGBTQ+ victims and murderers.
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Few people both frighten and fascinate like serial killers. These are the monsters living among us who commit barbaric acts and often evade justice for years in the process. When the true nature of their horrifying acts is brought to light, it often forces us to realize what horrible things humanity is capable of. For those with a fascination for horror, listen to these terrifying stories of the most gruesome and unsettling serial killers throughout history.
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Listen to the funniest true crime comedy podcasts that use humor to undercut the serious and often grim tones of so many infamous crimes. Aren't the best murder podcasts usually ones that have a splash of dark humor, too? The macabre goes perfectly with some wine and small-talk with friends who are willing to crack jokes along the way. Whether you're laughing at the sight of a leg washing up to shore during a wedding or a hiccuping girl who commits a serious crime, these podcast hosts are here to enjoy funny true crime stories with you.
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David Parker Ray, or “The Toy Box Killer,” was an American serial killer and rapist who allegedly kidnapped, tortured, and killed more than 50 women inside of his soundproof trailer that he nicknamed the "Toy Box." Ray was arrested in 1999 after one of his captives, Cynthia Vigil, escaped from his diabolical truck. During their investigation, police found that the "Toy Box" was filled with horrifying tools that Ray had specifically designed for torture as well as tapes that he recorded. For more details, listen to these snippets from The Serial Killer Podcast, Serialholic, The Undercover Coven and more.
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Listen to some of the most perplexing unsolved missing persons cases as detailed in some of the best podcasts. These are the stories with too many questions for which we may never find the answer. Hear these storytellers parse through the details of mysterious disappearances that have left law enforcement scratching their heads and the victims' family without closure for years. This playlist of true crime podcasts features mind-boggling cases from Mayumi Arashi and Mikelle Biggs, to Natalee Holloway and Madeleine McCann. No matter how long these cases remain unsolved, the desire for answers may never truly fade.
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On February 14, 2000, Asha Degree disappeared from her home and hasn't been seen since. By all accounts, Asha was a cheerful, shy child who loved her family and church. She was afraid of thunderstorms and the dark, and that's why it is so odd that she seemingly disappeared without any trace in the middle of a thunderstorm. Listen to various podcasts and clips discussing the details of her disappearance.
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Get your quick true crime fix with these podcast episodes all under 30 minutes! From a brief overview of the Manson Family murders, the first-hand experience of a detective's first homicide call, missing persons, and more, listen now to these gruesome episodes.
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The murder of six-year-old JonBenét Ramsey traumatized America and changed the suburban landscape. The child beauty pageant queen went missing from her home in Boulder, Colorado on December 25, 1996. After several desperate hours of searching, JonBenét's body was found stuffed in a small room in the basement. Despite the quick response of police and neighbors, this case shockingly went cold and the identity of the unknown murderer remains a subject of debate today. Could it have been a cover-up: parents protecting their only living child who accidentally killed his sister? Or perhaps there was an intruder who covered every step of his trail? Follow the chronological chain of events of JonBenét Ramsey's murder as told through podcasts.
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From John Dillinger to Bonnie and Clyde, to Frank Sinatra and "Willie Boy" Johnson, American gangsters have never been ones to avoid the limelight. The outrageous surge in crime following Prohibition created outlaws out of necessity, but some just liked the adrenaline rush. Mid-century, the Italian and Irish Mafias also gained notoriety not only for their propensity for murder but their sensationalization in the media. Even today, the Underground world in the music industry is active, and people are still on the hunt to find Tupac's and Jam Master Jay's killers. So are you looking for great true crime stories about gangsters across America? Perhaps first-hand accounts from mobsters who worked with some of the most notorious criminals of all time? Listen to this playlist to hear 11 of the best true crime podcasts about American gangsters.
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