A Very Fatal Murder sends Onion Public Radio (OPR) correspondent David Pascall from New York City to the sleepy town of Bluff Springs, Nebraska to investigate the mysterious death of a 17-year-old girl, Hayley Price. Hayley was a popular, smart animal lover, with a bright future ahead of her. Everyone in town knew her name, and now everyone in town is a suspect. Join David as he works to understand why the initial investigation of Hayley’s death failed, and how a very inquisitive and Pulitzer-hungry podcast host might shed new light on the case.
Episode 6: The Game Changer
In the finale of “A Very Fatal Murder,” David returns to where it all began to finally solve the murder of Hayley Price.
Episode 5, Part 2: Did My Police Department Miss Something?
David finally confronts W.O. Calloway about the murder of Hayley Price.
Episode 5, Part 1: Did My Police Department Miss Something?
In the first part of an extra-long and incredibly poignant episode of “A Very Fatal Murder,” David returns to the Bluff Springs Police Department to search the evidence locker in hopes of finding the long-lost key to Hayley Price’s Murder.
Episode 4: The Official Story
David recruits Onion Public Radio’s robust team of interns to recreate the night of Hayley Price’s murder in order to determine once and for all if a person can really die from a simultaneous gunshot-stabbing-strangling-drowning. Plus: A major twist.
Episode 3: Calloway Day
David attends Calloway Day to see exactly how middle-class America celebrates what little they have, and to see just how deep a hold W.O. Calloway has on the townspeople of Bluff Springs.
Episode 2: What I Know And What I Don’t Know Yet
David conducts preliminary interviews with those connected to the murder of Hayley Price.
Please do another season, this podcast is so funny. I just wish s1 was longer.
poke in the eye
As subtle, intriguing, amusing, and entertaining as a poke in the eye. Which of course is the intention, except it misses.
Took me a minute to figure it out
This got me!!! It’s a fake story. A parody of true crime. I laughed at what was going on once I realized there was no way it was real. Well done for a fake story.