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Crimelines walks you through true crime events, pairing captivating tales with clear storytelling. Host Charlie brings in appropriate historic and cultural context to look beyond what happened and consider why it happened.

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    • True Crime
    • 4.7 • 33 Ratings

Crimelines walks you through true crime events, pairing captivating tales with clear storytelling. Host Charlie brings in appropriate historic and cultural context to look beyond what happened and consider why it happened.

    The Flactif Family

    The Flactif Family

    In 2003, an entire family living in a resort town in France disappeared. Rumors persisted that they left on their own when the father’s shady business practices caught up to him. Though initially swayed by these rumors, the police gathered evidence that showed a darker scenario unfolded in the mountain chalet.

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    Music by Scott Buckley

    • 1 hr 32 min
    MMIWG: Colorado

    MMIWG: Colorado

    Over the next few months, we will be profiling Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women cases from the same state. First up is Colorado, where we cover 3 unsolved cases.

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    Music by Scott Buckley

    Research assistance by Annie Forsman-Adams

    Cover art by Lars Hacking

    Sources on the website at basementfortproductions.com

    • 38 min
    Tommy Zeigler

    Tommy Zeigler

    In 1976, Tommy Zeigler was sent to Florida’s death row for a quadruple murder. For the last 44 years, he has fought to prove his innocence, creating one of the longest appellate records ever. After asking for DNA testing since the early 1990s, is it still possible the truth is in the blood evidence?

    For more information on newly uncovered innocence: tommyzeiglerisinnocent.com

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    Music by Scott Buckley

    Cover art by Lars Hacking of the Rusty Hinges podcast

    Sources on the website at basementfortproductions.com

    • 1 hr 41 min
    Debbie Wolfe

    Debbie Wolfe

     In December 1985, 28-year-old Debbie Wolfe didn’t show up to work one morning. Less than a week later, her body was found very close to her home. This is a case that challenges people's memories, motives, and puts a family at odds with the police department trusted to investigate.

    Music by Scott Buckley

    Cover art by Lars Hacking

    Sources at basementfortproductions.com

    • 56 min
    Sara Lee Davey

    Sara Lee Davey

    In January 1997, Sara Davey’s parents dropped her off with a friend in Broome, Western Australia. She went out to the bar where she was seen leaving with a man named Richard Dorrough. When her family didn’t hear from her again, they called the police. Richard was  dropped as a suspect when there were a few credible sightings of Sara after this night. But after a series of events no one could have predicted, he rose back to the top of the suspect list. 




    Information can be called in to Western Australia Crime Stoppers at 1 800 333 000

    Music by Scott Buckley

    Cover Art by Lars Hacking

    for more information and sources, please visit basementfortproductions.com

    • 46 min
    Paul & Sarah Skiba // Lorenzo Chivers

    Paul & Sarah Skiba // Lorenzo Chivers

     In February 1999, Paul Skiba and his employee Lorenzo Chivers headed back home after working two moving jobs. With them  xwas Paul’s 9-year-old daughter Sarah, who was spending the weekend with Paul. When they never made it back, an arrest warrant was issued for Paul for kidnapping his daughter. But the family uncovered evidence that proved things were not what they seemed.

    Music by Scott Buckley

    website: basementfortproductions.com for contact info, a back catalog of episodes, and research sources

    • 55 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
33 Ratings

33 Ratings

MarthaBer ,

Excellent podcast

I really enjoy and look forward to this podcast each week. The sensitive way Charlie handles the story is really good and I love the straightforward emotion she brings to the injustices in society. Thanks Martha

TigyWigs ,

Original and self-aware

This podcast isn’t just like any other true crime podcast; not only is it well researched but Charlie tries her best not to treat the stories she talks about as if they exist in a vacuum. She is thoughtful and respectful in her storytelling. I look forward to her episodes every week.

Chipchop85425785 ,

Excellent

Excellent podcast. Well produced and written and covering cases that are often unheard of. The host is a likable character with genuine understanding and emotion intelligent of the human cost behind these stories. Well worth a listen.

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