Meet Karen, Jana and Brooke. 3 sisters who love True Crime as much as you do! We were raised by an OG True Crime lover, our Mom! Every week we are bringing you a fresh new True Crime story with our own fun spin. We look forward to you joining our squad!
#56 SOLVED: KRYSTAL BESLONWITCH
Some neatly folded socks and bloody rocks were all her killer left behind. When the body of a teenage girl is found by the river police have little to go on. But her killer couldn't get away with murder forever. Science finally caught up and breakthrough techniques help investigators close this cold case. #SOLVED #murder #podcast #truecrime #DNA #closethatcoldcase
#55 SOLVED: MELANIE ROAD
Week 2 of our Solved Cold Case series we tell you about the tragic murder of a 17-year old girl in Bath, England. She was attacked just 200km from her own front door. Her murder shook the tourist town of Bath, but one investigator would not give up until she found the person who committed this heinous assault and murder. #MelanieRoad #SOLVED #closedcoldcase #murder #truecrime #truecrimepodcast #3sisterscrimesquad
#54 SOLVED: WILLIAMS AND WINANS
When Julie Williams and Lolly Winans were murdered in 1996 their families thought they knew who the killer was. But 25 years later when the case was finally solved, it turned out the prime suspect wasn't the murderer. #DNA #ShenandoahNationalPark #serialkiller #wrongsuspect #murder #podcast #3sisterscrimesquad #closethatcoldcase
#53 ADOLPHO CONSTANZO
A drug trafficking cult leader and a serial killer. His followers called him the godfather. He performed sacrifices with animals and later humans. When he and his followers kill an American college student on spring break, authorities start to take notice. Unfortunately for 16-26 victims it was too late. #cultkiller #murder #serialkiller #sacrafice #podcast #truecrime
#52 JENNAIR GERARDOT
Micro recorders sewn into the jacket lapels, hidden GPS devices attached to cars, DNA testing of clothing articles. This sounds like things a spy would do. Unfortunately Jennair Gerardot was not a spy for the CIA, she was just a woman who suspected her husband was having an affair. This is a tragic story of love and betrayal and all the things that went into tearing one woman apart; culminating into a murder-suicide.
#51 GYPSY ROSE BLANCHARD
Almost from the day she was born, Gypsy Rose was a tool for her mother to use to get sympathy and charity. Beginning with her concerns of sleep apnea, which doctors couldn't find and going so far as to have her daughter's saliva glands removed. Deedee Blanchard was a walking red flag. Poor Gypsy Rose couldn't escape her mother. #GypsyRose #MunchausenSyndrome #murder #podcast #truecrime #sistersquad #redflag
I have never been a true crime person but after listening to this I found it to be oddly addicting. I found myself “binge listening”. You all have a great banter throughout the show and are entertaining so I think you can make the intro banter shorter for those who want to get to the story more quickly but they can skip ahead too if they don’t like it. But Personally it doesn’t bother me. I think it shows your personalities and makes you personable. It’s part of the charm of the show. I also find the crimes you choose to feature to be very interesting and I like that you discuss some of the legal aspects. Congratulations on having a great show! I love it! Can’t wait to keep listening.
Add this show to your true crime library!
If you’re looking to add to your library of true crime podcasts, 3 Sisters in Crime is it! I started following after they did their episode on the Lisa Nowak case, such a good and interesting story! And ever since then I’ve been hooked. They just recently covered the Lululemon Murder, another one of my favs! Definitely put this on your rotation,
You won’t regret it!
Courtney, host of Forensic Tales
I’m not one to leave reviews but I really like the vibe of your podcast. The only thing I have to say is it sounds like you’re reading a script which makes it kind of boring. It kind of sounds choppy and robotic. Also, it doesn’t seem like you’re going in chronological order with re-telling the story. I look forward to re-visiting your podcast in the future to see how it improves!!