A murder case has many layers: the victim, the crime, and the investigation. To truly understand it, you need to dissect each piece of a tragic puzzle. Join Anna-Sigga Nicolazzi and Scott Weinberger every Tuesday for an insider’s perspective, as they reveal to you the Anatomy of Murder.
Sea of Uncertainty (Samira Watkins)
A young mom goes missing and after her body is found, police are left with more questions than answers. Disinfectant wipes would prove pivotal in solving the case.
Lockdown (Jamie Faith)
A husband is gunned down in a quiet neighborhood as he walks with his wife. A variety of communications would help solve the crime and bring to light a brutal, surprising plot.
House Reality (Shanti Cooper-Tronnes)
A young wife was found dead in the family home. Did her husband just find her or was he responsible? The home itself would prove to play an unexpected role.
Race Against Time (Beverly Carter)
There's a race against the clock after it's learned that a local realtor has been abducted after a house showing. The plot that took her life is stunning, in the very worst of ways.
The Van (Berit Beck)
A young woman heads out for job training and disappears before she arrives. Two decades pass with no answers but soon after, that would change.
The Promise - Part 2 (Robin Cornell & Lisa Story)
26 years after 2 brutal murders, the killer is identified by DNA. A promise would be fulfilled, but not without some startling turns along the way.
So well done
I listen every week and this has quickly become my favorite true crime podcast. I love the way they tell the stories with a mix of interviews and commentary. I also love how they treat the victim in each episode and highlight who they were and only put pictures of them on the show links. So tasteful and one of the elements that sets the show apart.
I love this podcast and can’t wait for the next episode. Even when it breaks my heart I love it.
Still the best true crime podcast around. I love the fact that the cast has actually delt with similar cases in real life and not just from an armchair.