Host Steve LaTart shares stories of real murders in a brief and immersive podcast that you can listen to in ten minutes or less.
Sometimes You Just Know
Justin Michaels of Des Moines, Iowa, and his fiance Angie believed that they had something special and then something happened that neither saw coming.
Someone's Lying. The Murder of Janet Walsh
Living alone in an apartment for the first time, Janet Walsh went out with friends on August 31st, 1979 and the next morning she was found tied up and strangled to death. The case was a mystery for years but with help from modern technology, police were able to determine a suspect.
Horror: The Dexter Copycat Mark Twitchell
Everyone's favorite serial killer, Dexter is coming back which reminds us of one of the most bizarre murder cases in the last 20 years, a young Canadian director full of potential also has a thirst to kill.
The Baker Becomes a Butcher | Robert Hansen
The story from a young exotic dancer in Alaska sounded too bizarre to be true and it was hard for a drifter like her to be believed compared to an upstanding citizen. This is the story of Robert Hansen, a baker that became a butcher.
When The Investigator Becomes the Investigated | Scott Horn
A former FBI agent that lived for routine did something he'd never done, he broke it. This was not like Scott Horn and soon after, a search began for the father of two and when his body was eventually recovered, local investigators were left with more questions than answers.
Haunting The Denver Spiderman
A Denver man is found beaten to death in his home while his wife is in the hospital and the police are left bewildered at who could have been responsible. Months pass and neighbors start to make complaints about seeing strange shadows and horrible smells coming from the house. What they eventually found is something out of a horror movie.