"48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty returns with another season of immersive and intimate true-crime investigations. In each episode, Moriarty brings listeners along on her journey, going to the scene of a crime, behind prison walls, and in this season, as far as South America.
Serial killers, stalkers, spouses...it's all on this season of "My Life of Crime."
The Family Business (Back from the Dead)
Erin Moriarty and Richard Schlesinger talk to Nick Musurca, a Hollywood horror writer and producer about his scary movies. As you will hear, true crime runs in the family.
Michigan Mystery Blaze
A woman somehow hits her ex-husband with a car right after he escaped from their burning house. He was already suffering severe burns, and died shortly after. Then, she's accused of arson. So what really happened?
Whenever someone dies, forensic pathologists are the medical experts tasked with determining the specific causes of death. Their determinations are key to criminal investigations, insurance payments, emotional closure, and more.
Why is Crosley Green in prison?
Crosley Green was arrested, charged, and sentenced to death for murder in 1990. A judge overturned his conviction in 2018 and, two years later, he is still sitting in prison for a crime he says he did not commit.
Lizzie Borden Retried
Attorneys, criminal investigators, and a full jury retry the case of Lizzie Borden, who was acquitted of murdering her father and step-mother in their home in 1892.
Don in the Middle
Carole Baskin. Don Lewis. Joe Exotic. 48 Hours' Erin Moriarty and her colleague Richard Schlesinger discuss his reporting and investigation regarding the disappearance of Don Lewis.
Customer ReviewsSee All
Natalie Wood episode redundant
Entertaining podcast, but as far as the Natalie Wood episode is concerned: why does Christopher Walken never get focussed on??? This is the fourth separate account of this story I’ve heard, and the only thing ever said about Walken on that night is that “he went to his room and stayed there”. So he didn’t hear anything?? I find this hard to believe, yet barely any info on Walken and his testimony is ever discussed. Odd.
Out of Touch and So Childishly Manipulative
I never realized how “troll-like” some of the questions and—frankly—idiotic Dateline asks. At the point where Erin contemptuously shames an interviewee on what their mother thinks of his becoming a (successful) horror movie writer/producer (and even I, a GenX, find horror movies boring, but I understand why people like what they like) I found myself “done” with these podcasts. This show screams (pun intended) Boomer judgment and 50s social understanding.
Need new cases
I love Erin Moriarty, but almost all the cases in this podcast old and have been reported so widely in podcasts everywhere. Would be nice to hear some original content.