Beyond the Blood is a true crime podcast that explores the motives behind the darkest crimes in history. From serial killers to bizarre disappearances. Proving every crime has a motive.
EP 11 Murder in the Court (Part Two)
Beyond the Blood is back. Brian Gene Nichols is known for his escape and killing spree in the Fulton County Courthouse in Atlanta, Georgia, on March 11, 2005. Explore the trial, conviction, and sentence in part two.
EP 11 Murder in the Court (Part One)
Brian Nichols is known for his escape and killing spree in the Fulton County Courthouse in Atlanta, Georgia. Nichols was on trial for rape when he escaped from custody and murdered the judge presiding over his trial, a court reporter, a sheriff's deputy and later a federal agent.
EP10 A Murder in Summerfield
A teen love triangle and bitter Facebook feud culminated in the savage killing of a 15-year-old Florida boy who was lured to his death by his former girlfriend.
Derek Shields Speaks
Two decades after one of Lee County's most notorious crime sprees, a local reporter goes behind prison walls to uncover why the Lords of Chaos ringleader, who was sentenced to die, is still alive.
Update on Kevin Foster
Local news update on Kevin Foster, the Lords of Chaos ringleader.
EP9 William Bradford Bishop Jr.
A former United States Foreign Service Officer who has been a fugitive from justice since allegedly murdering five members of his family in 1976.
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Well researched and no chit chat
I really like the focus on the case and not on the host and inserting chit chat. Very entertaining. Keep it up!
Great overall podcast
Good research and host. Only comment would be that it can be hard to listen to his pronunciation sometimes (killin’, fallin’, beatin’ etc.)
Excellent take on True Crime
There are many podcasts in the True Crime genre; different approaches appeal to different listeners. What I appreciate in Beyond the Blood is the presentation, integrating primary sources/quotes as part of the narrative, a window to the events, and a way for us to relate to those involved. Then, Earthen (who has perhaps the single most awesome name I've ever heard-seriously, that is an Avengers worthy name) provides his thoughts, as a law enforcement officer, in regards to the crime. Hearing his opinions is illuminating, thought provoking, and has given me ideas to consider beyond the specific case in each episode. I'm so glad I found it.