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If you can never get enough true crime... Congratulations, you’ve found your people.

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    • True Crime
    • 4.7 • 16.8K Ratings

If you can never get enough true crime... Congratulations, you’ve found your people.

    SERIAL KILLER: The Alphabet Murders Part 2

    SERIAL KILLER: The Alphabet Murders Part 2

    Dozens of commuters see a young girl fleeing a car on the side of the expressway in Rochester, NY, but no one pulls over to help. The community is devastated when her body is discovered just days later, but it’s assumed to be a tragic but isolated incident. But when more young girls go missing…only to have their bodies discovered within days in a similar manner…the community must ask: is a serial killer stalking the streets of Rochester? And is he choosing his victims based on a seemingly random characteristic?

    • 49 min
    SERIAL KILLER: The Alphabet Murders Part 1

    SERIAL KILLER: The Alphabet Murders Part 1

    Dozens of commuters see a young girl fleeing a car on the side of the expressway in Rochester, NY, but no one pulls over to help. The community is devastated when her body is discovered just days later, but it’s assumed to be a tragic but isolated incident. But when more young girls go missing…only to have their bodies discovered within days in a similar manner…the community must ask: is a serial killer stalking the streets of Rochester? And is he choosing his victims based on a seemingly random characteristic? This is Part 1 of 2.

    • 34 min
    MURDERED: Jodi Sanderholm

    MURDERED: Jodi Sanderholm

    When a beloved college student disappears on her way home one January day in 2007, a massive city-wide ground search is initiated, and the community is hopeful that she’ll be found and brought safely home. But as hope starts to dwindle, investigators realize that a predator has been stalking their community for years, hiding in plain sight.

    • 49 min
    MISSING: Runaway Train Kids

    MISSING: Runaway Train Kids

    In honor of this past National Missing Persons Day, Ashley and Brit are going to take turns telling you the stories of seven missing kids that all have a certain connection. These are the stories of 7 out of 36 missing kids that are featured in the 1993 music video for the song Runaway Train by Soul Asylum. A majority of those cases have been resolved thanks to that video, but that means there are still too many left that need your attention – and maybe someone, somewhere out there holds the key to solving their cases.

    • 1 hr
    MISSING: Maura Murray (NEW)

    MISSING: Maura Murray (NEW)

    Over the past 20 years, Maura Murray’s case has taken on a life of its own. It’s become hard to distinguish what’s fact versus what’s rumor… until now. For the first time ever, we’re getting Maura’s full story from the person who knew her best - her sister, Julie Murray.

    • 1 hr 16 min
    INFAMOUS: Aarushi Talwar & Hemraj Banjade

    INFAMOUS: Aarushi Talwar & Hemraj Banjade

    When Aarushi Talwar is found brutally murdered in her bedroom, it sets off one of the strangest and most controversial murder cases in India’s history.

    • 50 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
16.8K Ratings

16.8K Ratings

Not Alone! ,

New Comer

I had no idea that there was a lot of people like me who LOVE crime, everything about crime! I just started listening to podcasts and I just so happened to come across yours and let me tell you I can’t get enough. I’ve started from the beginning and I have a long way to go thank god! Thank you so much for making this podcast and thank you for not having a monotone voice and keeping it interesting! 😅
Listening from Cranbrook, BC Canada 🇨🇦
Kim 🥰

Glshc ,

Brit…

I like the short format of this podcast, but it comes across distastefully blood-lusty. Brit’s probing questions during the episodes are no doubt meant to serve as a helpful vehicle, but they’re just naive and often flippant to the point of outright disrespect to the subject matter, people, and sometimes even victims of the harrowing events being told.
I get that true crime podcasts serve a noble purpose of spreading awareness, which can galvanize effort and the reopening of cases gone cold, and I wonder if that fact’s been the saving grace the hosts cling to when they read reviews like mine. Whatever it may be, there’s no excuse to deliver true crime in such a classless fashion. Ditch the co-host

Vanessajp1 ,

Highly Addictive!

Great podcast that I look forward to every week! It helps me to unwind (believe it or not). Thank you for sharing these stories.

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