If you can never get enough true crime... Congratulations, you’ve found your people.
MISSING: Diane Francis
A woman goes missing, leaving behind little evidence to help figure out when, how, where or why she disappeared. But her determined daughter has spent years piecing together every clue she can find.
MISSING: Lauren Dumolo
When Lauren Dumolo disappeared, she left behind a ton of questions, a mystery that keeps unfolding and a family desperately searching for answers.
MYSTERIOUS DEATH OF: Patricia Viola
Just before Valentine’s Day in 2001 a New Jersey housewife goes missing. For almost a decade her case remains unsolved until a bizarre connection is made to a clue that washed ashore years before.
MURDERED: Mary Lynn Witherspoon
When Mary Lynn Witherspoon doesn’t show up to work at the South Carolina school where she taught, her friends and family immediately know something must be wrong. And they immediately suspect the involvement of a person who had been stalking and harassing Mary Lynn for more than twenty years. There’s just one problem: that person is supposed to be in jail.
MISSING: Damien Nettles
A 16-year-old vanishes from England’s Isle of Wight. And the quest for answers leads us deeper and deeper into an underbelly most didn’t even know existed on the island.
NEW SHOW: IT'S A WONDERFUL LIE
Well hello there and Happy Holidays! Ashley Flowers teams up with comedians Holly Laurent and Greg Hess to imagine the hilarious “truth” hidden in your holiday newsletters on audiochuck's short-form comedy podcast, IT'S A WONDERFUL LIE!
They come via mail, email, and Facebook post. The ubiquitous “holiday newsletter” from friends and family reminding you just how great life has been for them over the past year. From boring to bragging, and always chock full of BS. Of course, we’re reading between the lines— but that’s the fun of the podcast. It's a Wonderful Lie is for anyone who has rolled their eyes at receiving a Christmas update.
You can find It's a Wonderful Lie wherever you get your podcasts or at www.itsawonderfulliepodcast.com
Love the coverage of not so known cases. Easy to listen while at work.
The pruppet of the month is my jam !
The background music/sounds need to go
I love a good crime podcast, but I cannot do the weird spa style flute music in the background while you’re talking. It’s not spooky. It’s just distracting.
Gross- not anymore
It’s kind of strange to hear them laughing about murders.Just listened to the episode from January 4, 2018. The one of the Swedish nanny who was murdered. I’m going to try a few more because I really like how she tells the story, her voice, but the laughing is making me cringe.
—update. I’ve kept listening and the hosts have definitely seen a huge difference from the shows early on. I love how to two hosts interact and the way the victims stories are told.