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Evil walks among us. A true crime podcast based in Scotland.

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Evil walks among us. A true crime podcast based in Scotland.

    Lockerbie Bombing

    Lockerbie Bombing

    On December 21, 1988, residents in the small Scottish town of Lockerbie were preparing for Christmas. Pan Am Flight 103 was about to change all of that.

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    Script, Primary Audio and Editing by JS

    Production, Soundtracking and Post by Matt K

    Soundtracks by EpidemicSound all rights reserved

    • 48 min
    Christine Lee

    Christine Lee

    “I promise you mate, a mad killer clown in a blue Transit van. Popped the side door open and grabbed the lad. Now he’s gone. Disappeared. Deed. Same wan that f****n’ done that wee lassie up in Castlemilk anaw.”

    - An anonymous Glaswegian Redditor, describing a conversation he remembered having with a peer as a child in Glasgow, in the midst of a Killer Clown panic.


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    Original Audio and Editing by JS

    Research, Script, Production and Post by Matt K

    Soundtrack courtesy of Epidemic Sounds, all rights reserved.

    • 26 min
    Le Grele

    Le Grele

    The arrondissements of Paris are twenty administrative districts which divide France’s capital in a clockwise spiral, starting from the north bank of the River Seine. The 19th arrondissement, known as Butte-Chaumont, is situated to the right bank of the River Seine, crossed by two canals which meet near the Parc de la Villette. The area is considered the most affordable in all of Paris, and gives home to an eclectic mix of residents from bohemian Parisian students, North African refugees and those simply seeking a more affordable place to live. There is both beauty and deprivation in the area, but for many residents – that is simply Paris writ small.

    On Monday, May 5, 1986, as he entered the elevator headed for the lobby of 116 Rue Petit at 8:20am, Luc Richard-Bloch was met with what struck him as a particularly strange man, even for some of the residents of the 19th arrondissement...


    Primary Audio and Editing by JS

    Research, Script, Production, Soundtracking and Post by Matt K

    Soundtracks courtesy of EpidemicSound

    • 41 min
    The Mount Stewart Murder

    The Mount Stewart Murder

    Early on Friday March 30th, 1866, William Henderson prepared to set off on the 5-mile journey to Perth in Scotland for the weekly cattle market. He had a lot on his mind: There was a significant outbreak of cholera affecting cattle in the nearby regions in Scotland, and people and animals were getting sick. He had livestock ready to give birth on his farm and needed to make sure the birthing went well. He had been having issues with a local worker on his farm – suspecting him of not being all which he appeared. In addition to that, his elder sister Janet had been on his back for the general state of the farmhouse. With all of these problems racing round his head, the last thing which William Henderson thought he would have to deal with that day would be murder.

    Primary Audio by JS

    Script, Editing, Production, Soundtracking, and Post by Matt K

    Soundtracks provided by EpidemicSound all rights reserved

    • 35 min
    The Murderous Doctors

    The Murderous Doctors

    Dr Pritchard and Dr Chantrelle were both trusted by those around them, due to the faith which they held in the men's esteemed profession. But did they warrant such faith?


    Original Audio and Editing by JS

    Research and Scripting by Astrid McClymont

    Production, Soundtracking and Post-Production by Matt K

    Soundtracks courtesy of EpidemicSound

    • 34 min
    Karen Buckley

    Karen Buckley

    Around 1am, Karen Buckley headed for the exit of the Sanctuary nightclub in Glasgow’s West End, after telling her friends she was going to the restroom. At 2am, her friends discovered her jacket lay where she had left it when they arrived…

    Script, Editing and Primary Audio by JS

    Production, Soundtracking and Post by Matt K

    Original image by Astrid McClymont

    Soundtracks courtesy of Epidemic Sound all rights reserved

    • 36 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
124 Ratings

124 Ratings

Misscarlyn ,

Great podcast

I love this podcast, born and bred in Scotland and I am learning so much about true crime in Scotland that I have never come across!

limey123456789 ,

Brilliant

Working my way through these just now, hasn’t been a average one yet. Keep up the good work.

alfiebeast ,

Fabulous

Love this. Look out for it every time.
Top five!

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