A narrative based true crime podcast. I'll tell you stories that you've never heard before.
Brown’s Chicken Massacre (Part 1 of 2)
#29 Dick and Lynn Ehlenfeldt bought a Brown’s Chicken franchise in Palatine, Illinois and created an environment where all the employees felt like it was their second family. On the night of January 8th, 1993, everyone working in the store was murdered and the case remained unsolved for 9 years.
#28 This boy band mogul had it all - fame, fortune, success, and respect. Greed slowly unraveled the threads of his life and revealed that every business he built was based on a con.
#27 Michelle Dorr and Laura Houghteling’s lives were cut incredibly short because they happened to cross the path of Hadden Clark.
When Our Secrets Intersect With DNA
#26 Many of us have a past that is fairly benign. Some people have a past littered with atrocious crimes that they concealed for decades. Today we talk about four stories where genetic genealogy revealed long-held secret crimes.
Father Ryan Erickson
#25 Sometimes willful disbelief is a protective mechanism that gets people through a difficult time in life. In this case, it was a dangerous choice made by those in power that allowed a priest to harm a community.
#24 A former dentist changed careers and opened a business that supplied human biological products to tissue banks. Disease screens, family consent, and proper refrigeration of cadavers are all steps he decided to omit.
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Your voice is super soothing and soft. Makes listening enjoyable.
I can’t get passed the narrator’s voice. She sounds like she is straight up reading. The cadence of her speech is off. She has pauses in the middle of sentences, that are not natural. It was annoying.
I really like this show. It’s short, concise, and there’s no personal opinions that affect the storytelling. Just pure true crime. Also a calm voice, sort of like a female Joe Pera. Will recommend to anyone who likes true crime!