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CrimeLapse is hosted by Eileen and Charlie. A true crime podcast that is uses primary audio, contemporary research and emotive narration to give you an immersive insight into the darkest tales.

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    • 4.8 • 19 Ratings

CrimeLapse is hosted by Eileen and Charlie. A true crime podcast that is uses primary audio, contemporary research and emotive narration to give you an immersive insight into the darkest tales.

    At Last: Timothy Coggins

    At Last: Timothy Coggins

    This episode deals with topics, such as hate crimes and racism, that may be triggering for listeners. Listener discretion is advised.

    On October 9th 1983, the body of a young man was found in a field off of Minter road, near the small community of Sunnyside, Georgia. Although the man’s killer would confess to different people at least 17 times over the years, the case was not solved until it was reexamined 33 years later.

    All sources are available on our website crimelapsepod.com

    • 57 min
    Fictive Kin: Laila Daniel

    Fictive Kin: Laila Daniel

    On the evening of November 17th 2015, a woman called 911 and told the dispatcher that her foster daughter had choked on her food and wasn’t responding. Two-year-old Laila Daniel and her four-year-old sister had not had an easy start in life. They were taken into care while their mother struggled to overcome her addiction issues. The Department of Family and Child Services placed them in the care of the Rosenbaums, a couple who Child Services said were stable and reliable and appeared to greatly love children, but appearances can be deceiving.

    All sources are available on crimelapsepodcast.com

    Our sponsors this week are Best Fiends, the 5 star rated mobile puzzle game with over 100 million downloads. Check it out on the Apple App store or Google Play.

    Don't forget, we will be at CrimeConUK this September, for a discount on your ticket use the code CRIMELAPSE and we will send you out a merch bag and buy you a drink at the hotel. Get your tickets at crimecon.co.uk

    • 1 hr 14 min
    One More Lie: Alexander Woodworth

    One More Lie: Alexander Woodworth

    On March 22nd 2018, a young woman turned up at the house of an eighty year old farmer, on a rural road in Northern Wisconsin. She asked him to phone for a doctor as she had been assaulted. The man called 911 to get her some help, but it would be revealed that Ezra McCandless wasn’t the victim.

    Don't forget, we will be at CrimeCon UK this September, tickets are still available! It's going to be a great weekend, we can't wait. Use our code CRIMELAPSE at the checkout on crimecon.co.uk for a discount and we'll send you an exclusive 'evidence pack'!

    Thank you to our sponsor for this episode, Podcorn! Check out podcorn.com to monetise your podcast or advertise your business on a podcast.

    • 1 hr 12 min
    Crime ConVersations: CrimeLapse X Morbidology

    Crime ConVersations: CrimeLapse X Morbidology

    Welcome to CrimeConversations, the True Crime podcast brought to you by CrimeCon UK, the ultimate true crime weekend. Todays episode is a conversation with Emily from Morbidology, about our podcasts, true crime, and the cases that have stuck with us.

    In the lead up to CrimeCon in London on September 25th and 26th, each week CrimeConUK will be bringing 2 of their favourite podcasts together to find out more about their fascination with True Crime.

    Each conversation will explore subjects including how they got involved in True Crime, the cases that have stuck in their mind, the process behind their podcast and what they think makes a great true crime show. We’d also like to say a big thank you to all those True Crime fans who sent questions to ask our guests.

    To find out who will be featuring on the podcast across the season and for more information on the London event, check out Crimecon.co.uk or visit their Instagram page @crimcon_uk
    Make sure you have your ticket for the London event, you can get them at crimecon.co.uk and use our code CRIMELAPSE for 10%, we'll send you out an evidence pack and buy you a drink if you do!

    • 33 min
    Unconditional: Ashley Young

    Unconditional: Ashley Young

    On December 2nd Grand Rapids police officers responded to a 911 call made by a man who said he found a bloody tarp in the basement of his apartment. The caller said he had smelled a foul odour and went to investigate. He immediately told the dispatcher that he suspected his neighbour, Jared Chance, had something to do with it. When the police arrived at the apartment and entered the basement, beneath the blood soaked material they found a human torso. More human remains were recovered in the property, but the details of what happened to the victim remain scattered.

    All sources are available on crimelapsepodcast.com

    Thank you to our sponsors for this episode;
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    • 1 hr 23 min
    Justice for Jacob

    Justice for Jacob

    Please help get justice for Jacob Landin by taking the following actions;
    1. Petition: https://www.change.org/p/da-clint-wellborn-please-reopen-the-case-of-the-murder-of-jacob-landin?fbclid=IwAR1pUwpLoIKxd4rY1Moq_QU7tDH3gXD5Sr0UG__mBazl-eJcrWHAHRx04I0
    2. Call Clint Wellborn and ask that he reopen Jacob's case 575-835-0052
    3. Email Clint at CWellborn@da.state.nm.us
    4. Post on social media using the #IMadeTheDifference

    Will you help me and make the difference in Jacob's case today?

    Template email:

    The Honorable Clint Wellborn
    District Attorney, Socorro County

    Mr. District Attorney:
    I am writing to request that you re-examine the murder of Jacob Jeremiah Landin that took place on April 10th, 1987. I believe that justice can be brought to Jacob’s family if the case was reopened due to the evidence presented in the case file, such as the confession of the suspect and the history of abuse at the hands of said suspect.
    I implore you to seriously consider prosecuting the suspect and to bring closure to Jacob’s family who have fought for years on Jacob’s behalf.
    [insert name]

    • 7 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
19 Ratings

19 Ratings

thebatsquatch ,

Morbid but soothing

Two of the best tag team narrators in the genre. These gals could tell me I was being executed in the morning and I’d probably yawn and say “thanks”. Keep up the awesome work!

Tareck33 ,

Good one!

I love the voice, the impeccable English and no use of profanities. The stories are detailed and interesting and lengthy enough for me. I recommend this podcast greatly.

Niiiiiiiins ,

riveting pod

I love these two podcasters! They have such soothing voices and handle these stories with respect and grace. Very well produced. My only complaint is I want more, more, more!

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