5 episodes

Welcome signs proclaim it “America’s Most Beautiful Small Town.” It’s considered the Bourbon Capital of the World. And in many ways, Bardstown, Kentucky is just like a lot of small, tight-knit communities all across the country. But just under the surface, there’s something darker. Not everyone wants to talk about it. And a lot of people would rather forget. That’s because since 2013, Bardstown has also been the site of five unsolved murders. Now, the team behind “Bomber,” “True Crime Chronicles,” and “88 Days” is digging into these cases to find out what’s really happening in Bardstown, and whether these murders could be related. And along the way uncovering a history of violence and fear in this otherwise quintessential southern town. Bardstown launches August 28.

Bardstown VAULT Studios

    • True Crime
    • 4.4, 1.5K Ratings

Welcome signs proclaim it “America’s Most Beautiful Small Town.” It’s considered the Bourbon Capital of the World. And in many ways, Bardstown, Kentucky is just like a lot of small, tight-knit communities all across the country. But just under the surface, there’s something darker. Not everyone wants to talk about it. And a lot of people would rather forget. That’s because since 2013, Bardstown has also been the site of five unsolved murders. Now, the team behind “Bomber,” “True Crime Chronicles,” and “88 Days” is digging into these cases to find out what’s really happening in Bardstown, and whether these murders could be related. And along the way uncovering a history of violence and fear in this otherwise quintessential southern town. Bardstown launches August 28.

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
1.5K Ratings

1.5K Ratings

dancehound ,

Interesting story

The story is super interesting and well done. I recommend it. My deduction is only because the narration is so monotone and flat that I often find myself zoning out and having to replay it.

Madibrooke1 ,

Love!!

One of my favorite podcasts!! So good

TNN MUSIC LOVER ,

Very poor

There is no investigation. No new reporting. And the storytelling is monotonous. This feels like amateurs hopping on the popular, yet inexpensive-to-produce true crime bandwagon. Episode three should have been no more than ten minutes long. Way too repetitive.

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