A narrative based true crime podcast. I'll tell you stories that you've never heard before.
#47 Randall Woodfield was drafted by the Green Bay Packers in 1974 and was dropped before the season started. The organization never released an official statement but Law Enforcement was aware that Woodfield was exposing himself to women. After his time with the Packers, Woodfield’s behavior escalated to robbery, rape, and murder.
#46 Bruce Cleland met and married the love of his life. She was more interested in his money. The couple was carjacked and Bruce was killed. Less than a year later, his wife was arrested for the murder.
Erika Antoinette Hill
#45 A 15-year-old girl goes missing and no one searches for her, no one reports her missing, and no one was looking out for her well being including the family, friends, and members of the community that might have kept her safe.
#44 A Staten Island teacher was found murdered in her condo. Initially, the public believed it was a gang retaliation story. Law Enforcement quickly figured out that her husband was leading a double life.
Raynella Dossett Leath
#43 Two of her husbands died under suspicious circumstances and many in her community started calling her a black widow. She faced an unprecedented three murder trials and was able to walk away in the end.
#42 A successful east coast lawyer moved to LA to live a celebrity lifestyle. A porn actor friend introduced him to Kristin Baldwin, and several months later, the pair got into a drug-fueled argument in his Hollywood Hills home. Kristin was never seen alive after that night.
Lots of information, but still succinct. Really enjoyable!
The stories are interesting… but the delivery (structure and language) was challenging to follow. I had to rewind a few times to listen again bc it was confusing.
I’ve listened to a lot of true podcasts & havent had the trouble following the storyline/people that ive had on this one. Think it can be worked on & improved. Content is great so far.
Great podcast but hard to follow
I really like this podcast, however some of the stories are difficult to follow the story line. The one about Marc Evonitz kept jumping around in the timeline. The episode about Richard Beasley was difficult because the narrator kept switching back and forth between their first and last names when referring to the characters.