136 episodes

Hayley Langan and Kaitlin Mahar talk about true crime events and how they have influenced our culture through film, literature, music, and the way we live.

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    • 4.2, 93 Ratings

Hayley Langan and Kaitlin Mahar talk about true crime events and how they have influenced our culture through film, literature, music, and the way we live.

    136 - Jaws

    136 - Jaws

    In honor of Shark Week beginning, we're taking it back to the summer of 1916 when the real shark panic in the United State began. Five shark attacks in New Jersey started a long history of fearing sharks, coming to a head in 1975 with the most popular shark film ever created. Email: crimeculturepod@gmail.comWebsite: crimeculturepodcast.tumblr.comInstagram: @crimeculturepodcastTwitter: @CrimeCulturePodFacebook: @crimeculturepodcastAnd join our Patreon!(All other links can be found on our website and linktree in our social media bios!)Hosts: Hayley Langan and Kaitlin MaharTheme Song Composer: Michael QuickMix Engineer: Elliot LeachWe'll see you next Tuesday! xx

    • 1 hr 7 min
    135 - Crazy Conspiracy Theories

    135 - Crazy Conspiracy Theories

    There are a lot of crazy things going on in the world right now but this list is the best of the best! We looked up some of the wildest conspiracy theories people actually believe and we're bringing them to you (tinfoil hat not included). Decide for yourself what is plausible and what is downright crazy. Email: crimeculturepod@gmail.comWebsite: crimeculturepodcast.tumblr.comInstagram: @crimeculturepodcastTwitter: @CrimeCulturePodFacebook: @crimeculturepodcastAnd join our Patreon!(All other links can be found on our website and linktree in our social media bios!)Hosts: Hayley Langan and Kaitlin MaharTheme Song Composer: Michael QuickMix Engineer: Elliot LeachWe'll see you next Tuesday! xx

    • 1 hr 10 min
    134 - The Murder of Phil Hartman

    134 - The Murder of Phil Hartman

    Phil Hartman was a beloved comedy actor and writer that was taken too soon. This week, we talk about his life in comedy and his rocky relationships. Email: crimeculturepod@gmail.comWebsite: crimeculturepodcast.tumblr.comInstagram: @crimeculturepodcastTwitter: @CrimeCulturePodFacebook: @crimeculturepodcastAnd join our Patreon!(All other links can be found on our website and linktree in our social media bios!)Hosts: Hayley Langan and Kaitlin MaharTheme Song Composer: Michael QuickMix Engineer: Elliot LeachWe'll see you next Tuesday! xx

    • 1 hr
    133 - The Murder of Iana Kasian

    133 - The Murder of Iana Kasian

    We teased it last week but if you didn't get the memo, strap in because this might be the most grisly case we have ever covered. The murder of the beautiful Iana Kasian by her wealthy boyfriend Blake Leibel is referred to as one of the worst cases to ever happen in West Hollywood. Arguably more disturbing than the case is that the details seemed pulled directly from a graphic novel... written by the murderer... Email: crimeculturepod@gmail.comWebsite: crimeculturepodcast.tumblr.comInstagram: @crimeculturepodcastTwitter: @CrimeCulturePodFacebook: @crimeculturepodcastAnd join our Patreon!(All other links can be found on our website and linktree in our social media bios!)Hosts: Hayley Langan and Kaitlin MaharTheme Song Composer: Michael QuickMix Engineer: Elliot LeachWe'll see you next Tuesday! xx

    • 42 min
    132 - The Osage Native American Murders

    132 - The Osage Native American Murders

    The often unheard about Osage Native American murders were a series of murders of Osage people in Osage County, Oklahoma during the 1910s–1930s; newspapers described the increasing number of unsolved murders as the "Reign of Terror," lasting from 1921-1926. The estimated Osage death toll is in the hundreds, though reported numbers are much less and investigated deaths far fewer. Newer investigations indicate that many more suspicious deaths during this time could have potentially been misreported or covered up murders, including the deaths of heirs to future fortune. Email: crimeculturepod@gmail.comWebsite: crimeculturepodcast.tumblr.comInstagram: @crimeculturepodcastTwitter: @CrimeCulturePodFacebook: @crimeculturepodcastAnd join our Patreon!(All other links can be found on our website and linktree in our social media bios!)Hosts: Hayley Langan and Kaitlin MaharTheme Song Composer: Michael QuickMix Engineer: Elliot LeachWe'll see you next Tuesday! xx

    • 1 hr 15 min
    131 - John Wojtowicz

    131 - John Wojtowicz

    The story of the John Wojtowicz bank robbery may have inspired the Oscar-winning film Dog Day Afternoon, but we're going to tell you why all of the details might as true as you would expect. Whether Wojtowicz robbed the bank to pay for his wife's sexual reassignment surgery or to pay off the Mafia from his wedding is up to you to decide. Email: crimeculturepod@gmail.comWebsite: crimeculturepodcast.tumblr.comInstagram: @crimeculturepodcastTwitter: @CrimeCulturePodFacebook: @crimeculturepodcastAnd join our Patreon!(All other links can be found on our website and linktree in our social media bios!)Hosts: Hayley Langan and Kaitlin MaharTheme Song Composer: Michael QuickMix Engineer: Elliot LeachWe'll see you next Tuesday! xx

    • 1 hr 1 min

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5
93 Ratings

93 Ratings

Tamara tilthebreakof Dawn ,

Engaging

I listened to the Thirteen Reasons Why episode. I’ve watched seasons one and two, but have skipped out on season three. They are very knowledgeable about the show, and offered great insight, perspective, and a ton of research and background information. There also is a great dynamic between the cohosts. Looking forward to listening to more episodes.

Lynned23 ,

LOVE THIS PODCAST

Crime Culture is the BEST podcast out there all due to Hayley & Kaitlin. I listen during work and enjoy your reactions and side tracks. Would love to have you guys do something on Bobby Dunbar and MY fave serial killer, H H Holmes.

catnapsforlife ,

Would be 5 but

Kaitlin needs to stop talking over Haley. It’s so hard to follow along when she’s CONSTANTLY interrupting her co host.

Haley seems to be the more professional one. Should consider doing this podcast alone.

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