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If you can never get enough true crime... Congratulations, you’ve found your people.

Crime Junkie Audiochuck

    • True Crime
    • 4.8 • 786 Ratings

If you can never get enough true crime... Congratulations, you’ve found your people.

    MISSING: Alicia Navarro

    MISSING: Alicia Navarro

    A teenage girl finds community online, but her family believes she also found something much more sinister.
    If you have any information about the disappearance of Alicia Navarro, please call the Glendale Police Department at (623) 930-3000.
    You can go to www.AntiPredatorProject.org to make a tax-deductible donation or you can buy something from their clothing line at www.getapparel.org with all of the profits going directly to the organization.
    El episodio de esta semana trata de una joven desaparecida. Actualmente la policía cree que ella pueda estar en México como víctima de la trata de personas. Es por eso que por primera vez estaremos lanzando este episodio tanto en inglés como en español. La versión en español será presentada por Melanie y Emmanuel. Esperamos que, con esta nueva versión, la historia de Alicia llegue a más personas y la puedan ayudar a que esta joven regrese a su hogar sana y salva junto a su familia. Si deseas escuchar la versión en inglés, ya está disponible para el público.
    Source materials for this episode cannot be listed here due to character limitations. For a full list of sources, please visit https://crimejunkiepodcast.com/missing-alicia-navarro/
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    • 59 min
    DESAPARECIDA: Alicia Navarro

    DESAPARECIDA: Alicia Navarro

    Una joven encuentra una comunidad en línea, pero su familia cree que ella se encontró con algo más siniestro.
    Si usted tiene información sobre la desaparición de Alicia Navarro, por favor llame al Departamento de la Policía de Glendale al (623) 930-3000.
    Si desea hacer una donación deducible de impuestos, puede visitar la página de www.AntiPredatorProject.org. O también, puede comprar mercancía en www.GetApparel.org. Todas las ganancias irán directamente a la organización. 
    This week's episode involves a missing girl who police believe may be in Mexico right now as a victim of human trafficking. That's why, for the first time, we’re releasing this episode in Spanish AND English. Hosted by Melanie and Emmanuel, our hope is that the Spanish-language version of Alicia's story will help us reach even more people -- hopefully the right people who can help bring this young girl back home to her family. If you're looking for the Spanish version of the episode, it's available in your feed right now.
    Source materials for this episode cannot be listed here due to character limitations. For a full list of sources, please visit https://crimejunkiepodcast.com/missing-alicia-navarro/
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    • 53 min
    INFAMOUS: Tommy Zeigler

    INFAMOUS: Tommy Zeigler

    Tommy Zeigler was sentenced to death for the murders of his wife, her parents, and a customer at his Winter Garden, Florida furniture store in 1976. He’s still on death row today - 45 years later. But did he do it? And could DNA evidence exonerate him?
    Source materials for this episode cannot be listed here due to character limitations. For a full list of sources, please visit https://crimejunkiepodcast.com/infamous-tommy-zeigler/
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    • 55 min
    SEASON OF JUSTICE!!!

    SEASON OF JUSTICE!!!

    Audiochuck’s founder and CEO, Ashley Flowers, has founded a new non-profit called Season of Justice. Season of Justice (SOJ) is dedicated to providing funding to law enforcement agencies and families to help solve cold cases. SOJ provides grants to law enforcement for advanced DNA analysis solutions, such as forensic genealogy and next-generation sequencing. The organization also awards grants to families to support awareness campaigns, search teams and other initiatives that can assist in pushing their cold cases forward. SOJ’s goal is to provide financial resources for both law enforcement and families in order to bring closure to those impacted by unsolved violent crimes.
    Though Season of Justice is completely separate from audiochuck, it’s because of Crime Junkie listeners that we have been able to fund the organization so far. Every time you’ve ordered merch, signed up for the fan club or just listened to one of our ads on Crime Junkie we have donated to SOJ.
    Because of you we have already been able to award $145,000 in grants to assist with 25 cold cases. And that’s JUST the beginning. We expect to award another $75,000 to $100,000 through the rest of this year and hopefully much more in the years to come.
    At audiochuck, we believe we have a responsibility to do more than just tell these stories. We believe you as listeners have a responsibility to do more than just listen. We really wanted to be able to move the needle in the true crime space and create responsible true crime content and we are doing that together. Because of you and because of this show, we will all be directly responsible for making a difference. For making sure justice is served. For doing right by the people whose stories we tell.
    Whether you’ve been here since day one or you just found our show – THANK YOU. Thank you for being a part of this journey. And thank you for helping us making a lasting responsible impact in the true crime space.
    Audiochuck will always continue to use the funds brought in by our fans to support Season of Justice and other non-profits and cases that are important to us and our listeners, but if you want to donate directly you can visit the website Seasonofjustice.org. Season of Justice is a 501(c)(3) and all donations are tax-deductible. 
    Law enforcement, victims and families can also submit grant applications on the website for funding.
    One day we hope to wake up and say there are no more cold cases… That won’t be tomorrow, but there is a future where that’s possible. And thank you for making that happen.
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    • 4 min
    WANTED: The Keddie Cabin Killer

    WANTED: The Keddie Cabin Killer

    A family’s brutal murder rocks a tiny California town and leaves behind too many unanswered questions.
    If you have any information about the murders of Sue Sharp, John Sharp, Dana Wingate, and Tina Sharp, please call the Plumas County Sheriff’s office at (530) 283-6360.
    Source materials for this episode cannot be listed here due to character limitations. For a full list of sources, please visit https://crimejunkiepodcast.com/wanted-keddie-cabin-killer/
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    • 46 min
    NEW SHOW: Precedent

    NEW SHOW: Precedent

    Every Crime Junkie knows their true crime vocabulary: Amber Alert, 911 dispatch, Miranda Warning, Brady Disclosure. But do you know the story behind how these terms were coined? In this 10-part series, Ashley Flowers will walk you through the real-life tragedies that led to big changes and the cases that set a precedent for how the criminal justice system would operate for years to come.
    New episodes on Wednesdays, exclusively on Stitcher Premium. Go to stitcher.com/premium and use the promo code PRECEDENT for a free month of listening when you select a monthly plan.
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    • 21 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
786 Ratings

786 Ratings

Steph D'souza De Mell ,

Addicted!!!

Absolutely in love with the podcast and so hooked on to it!!! Love how stories are delivered by Britt and Ashley...
You two are amazing, I honestly cannot stop myself once I start an episode and wish I could just binge on it all day long!!
Keep up the amazing work, you two are certainly amazing at what you do ♥️

zoe madaline ,

So terribly scripted

I was so expecting to love this podcast but after a handful of episodes it’s so hard to listen to. So scripted and tell tale-y. It feels really put on and not like it’s their normal talking voices. I feel like if they just spoke more conversationally it would be 1000 times better!

Racer6771 ,

Good

Enjoy the episodes, Ashley is really clear and well spoken but Brit’s gasps and reaction really ruin this podcast for me and make me not want to keep listening. Other than that it’s pretty good

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