A Podcast showcasing a wide array of crime.
Homicide, Missing Persons, Police Involved Shootings, Wrongful Convictions, and Notable Criminals in History.
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Tape V: Marsha P. Johnson
This is the story of Marsha Johnson, trailblazer for LGBTQ rights. Said to have been the pioneer behind the Stonewall Riots, Marsha fought tirelessly for the equality of Drag Queens and all other members of the LGBTQ community until her mysterious death in 1992.
www.asthecrimeturnspodcast.com for source information.
Tape IV: Happy Birthday Wayne B. Williams
In 1982 Wayne B. Williams was convicted to two consecutive life sentences for the murders of the 23 Atlanta Missing Children. For forty years Wayne has maintained his innocence while fighting for parole. May 27, 2020 Wayne Williams turned 62 years old. Happy Birthday Wayne.
Tape III: The Blanchard Girls
This is my rendition of Dee Dee & Gypsy Rose Blanchard.
I apologize if the sound is a tad fuzzy. - Desmond
Tape II: Asha Degree
February 14, 2000. 20 Years ago today, a young girl left her home with a pre-packed book-bag, and never returned. Vanished without a trace. This is the story of Asha Jaquilla Degree.
Additional Details & Sources available on: www.asthecrimeturnspodcast.com
Tape I: James R. Jordan
This is the story of the beloved Father of All Star NBA Legend Michael Jordan.
James R. Jordan was murdered in the Summer of 1993, what started as a quick pit stop, became fatal for James.
Sources are available at www.asthecrimeturnspodcast.com
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Quick Blurb about our newest collection, the Mini-Sodes. A Collection of Episodes, that are 30 minutes or less.
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As the Crime Turns Review
I have to admit that I'm addicted to these episodes. Once I found out that mini-sodas were available - I was so excited. I've missed listening to these podcasts! Happy to see that your back!
Desmond has a way of telling an excellent story through narration. He has an engaging voice. He knows when to add music in the background to add tension to a scene. The music sometimes is subtle, but added at the perfect moment. The other audio clips he adds to enhance the story lines are beneficial in order to build the story in the viewers head.
I haven't heard of these stories before and these podcasts have informed me of these cases. I like how some of the episodes are cliff hangers - and they let the viewer ponder about what occurred.
I'd suggest following his social so that way you can see/read/view more about the stories! I started doing that and found it helped!
I also love seeing the unique artwork for each episode too! Great job highlighting important parts of each episode!
Like it. 👍🏾
Nice voice and your personal comments imbedded in is nice. But its the music that confuses me. While its playing in the background, some beats are played like its building up to a climax or event but then your just talking about early life or something. Maybe that music/sound/beat can be for more dramatic points in the story. Other than that, its cool to have stumbled upon it.
I absolutely LOVE crime mysteries! Listening to this on my commute is the perfect cap to my workday! I love how each episode presents new cases that keep you locked in and waiting for more. This is a new and unique way to get my fix for crime and mystery content that I usually watch on tv! I’m sold!!