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A true crime podcast that recalls the brutal slaying of BETTY ANN SULLIVAN on a snowy night in January of 1988, a night that, more than 30 years later, the small town of Jefferson Township, New Jersey has yet to fully recover from. The violence of that evening shocked the nation for the perpetrator... was her own son, a boy of fourteen who would take his own life only hours later. What the investigation revealed left a community in tatters, unwilling to believe the evil that had befallen them.

The Devil Within Wondery

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A true crime podcast that recalls the brutal slaying of BETTY ANN SULLIVAN on a snowy night in January of 1988, a night that, more than 30 years later, the small town of Jefferson Township, New Jersey has yet to fully recover from. The violence of that evening shocked the nation for the perpetrator... was her own son, a boy of fourteen who would take his own life only hours later. What the investigation revealed left a community in tatters, unwilling to believe the evil that had befallen them.

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    Nothing Gold Can Stay

    Nothing Gold Can Stay

    Now we revisit the night in question, minute-by-minute, just like in episode one... only now we see things in a completely new light, and from a new perspective. Not from the point of view of law enforcement or his mother or his friend... but from Tommy’s point of view. We’ll understand what really happened, why it happened, and, most importantly, how it happened.

    • 34 Min.
    Acquainted with the Night

    Acquainted with the Night

    Tommy returns to Clinton Road and witnesses a BLACK MASS and other rituals that he had only read about... read about in a book that was once owned by the late Richard Cross. Tommy decides to re-enact an ancient ritual from the book on the grounds of the long abandoned Cross estate. Innocent to what he had wrought but, the evil had been summoned just the same.

    • 34 Min.
    The Road Not Taken

    The Road Not Taken

    Tommy and his new friend decide to see for themselves what lurks in the darkness on the edge of town... they’ve heard rumors about a coven of Satanists that worship in the deep woods of Clinton Road. And once that rumor is proven true, Tommy becomes obsessed. He wants more and his curiosity leads him to the shadow figure of Richard Cross, the original Occultist in the area from the turn of 20th. century, and Tommy’s obsession grows.

    • 31 Min.
    Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening

    Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening

    We begin to recreate the timeline that lead up to Tommy’s horrific acts and search for the catalyst that set him on his path to oblivion. He meets a new friend and is influenced by a new teacher. Suddenly a new and devious world is opened up and Tommy is powerless to resist.

    • 35 Min.
    Spring and Fall to a Young Child

    Spring and Fall to a Young Child

    In an attempt to find the truth, a truth that doesn’t involve the supernatural, we investigate other possible reasons Tommy may have snapped. In this episode we learn that Tommy was dedicated and successful athlete in a sport almost as mysterious as the occult: wrestling. Was the pressure of school, athletics and his religious demands enough to drive him over the edge?

    • 28 Min.
    A Spellbound Palace

    A Spellbound Palace

    To understand the murders we need to understand where Tommy was spending his time, and that requires a deep into the mythology surrounding CLINTON ROAD, dubbed The Most Haunted Road in America by ghost hunters and paranormal enthusiasts the world over. This episode will also introduce a mysterious millionaire named RICHARD CROSS who, although dead for decades at the time of the incident, his influence on devil worshippers was hugely felt.

    • 35 Min.

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The Devil Has No Fact-Checkers

I can’t believe that a reputable podcasting house like Wondery can host such drivel. Religious fundamentalist propaganda maskerading as “investigative journalism”. The only thing this ex-Fox News narrator has investigated is his overwrought imagination. As the episodes progress, any pretense at balanced reporting is dropped. Weird fantasies and wild conjecture mix with urban folklore and hearsay to produce a dreadful piece of penny dreadful demonic mockumentary. The sad thing is that real people died, but the unscrupulous producers are clearly so convinced that their clickbait mission is more important than moral integrity that they simply don’t care. Also: the thing is dreadfully written, with more dangling participles per episode than there are sinister discords in the overproduced soundscape.
Shame on you, Wondery!

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