47 episodes

Into the Killing examines criminal cases that were unsolved and cold for years, in some cases decades. Then a break comes along and cracks the case wide open. Into the Killing will detail the crime, the investigation, and the resolution. Besides examining cold cases that are solved, Into the Killing will also take a look at the history of forensic science and how that has changed the world of criminology. 

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    • 4.2 • 413 Ratings

Into the Killing examines criminal cases that were unsolved and cold for years, in some cases decades. Then a break comes along and cracks the case wide open. Into the Killing will detail the crime, the investigation, and the resolution. Besides examining cold cases that are solved, Into the Killing will also take a look at the history of forensic science and how that has changed the world of criminology. 

    Scott Dunn and Deborah Wilson

    Scott Dunn and Deborah Wilson

    In this week's episode, we look at two cases that went cold, and then with the help of a special group of people called The Vidocq Society, the cases were eventually solved.

    • 23 min
    Wendy Jo Halison and Priscilla Strole

    Wendy Jo Halison and Priscilla Strole

    In 1968, 22-year-old Wendy Jo Halison was murdered in Los Angeles, California. Had her killer been caught right away, several lives probably would have been saved.

    In our second case, we look at the 1983 murder of 40-year-old Priscilla Strole. The identity of her killer would shocked her entire city. 

    • 23 min
    Introducing Killer Psyche Podcast

    Introducing Killer Psyche Podcast

    Killer Psyche is a new weekly true crime podcast from Wondery that explores the minds behind infamous killers and criminals. They cover high-profile cases that have shocked the world, and host Candice Delong uses her five decades of experience as a clinical psychiatric nurse and FBI Criminal Profiler to dissect the motivations and behaviors of the most terrifying felons in history. In a recent episode, Candace examines the mind of Ed Gein, the notorious murderer who inspired the movies "The Texas Chainsaw Massacre" and Alfred Hitchcock's "Psycho." Candace dives deep into Gein’s mind — and how his mental illnesses led to his obsession with grave-robbing and murder. This is just a preview of Killer Psyche, but you can listen to the full episode at wondery.fm/KP_IntoTheKilling

    • 8 min
    Steven Stayner

    Steven Stayner

    In December 1972, 7-year-old Steven Stayner was kidnapped as he was walking home from school. Sadly, this was just the start of the tragedies for the Stayner family.

    Written, Narrated and Created By - Carter Ensign
    Producer and Sound Designer - Danelle Cloutier
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    Sources: https://pastebin.com/92BZap5E

    • 29 min
    Jeanine Nicarico

    Jeanine Nicarico

    When Jeanine Nicarico was kidnapped and murdered in 1983, it was the only the beginning of the nightmare.

    • 25 min
    The Crimes of Edward Surratt

    The Crimes of Edward Surratt

    September 1977 and March 1978, 18 people were killed or abducted in Ohio and Pennsylvania. The police suspected that one committed all the murders - Edward Surratt.

    Even though they had a suspect, it would still take decades for the police to close the cases.

    Written, Narrated and Created By - Carter Ensign
    Fact checker, Producer and Sound Designer - Danelle Cloutier
    Check out us out on YouTube - https://www.youtube.com/criminallylisted
    Intro and Outro Music: Scary Theme by Eitan Epstein Music
    Main Song: Abandoned Hospital SPMusicGroup
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    • 24 min

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5
413 Ratings

413 Ratings

Patinkadd ,

My favorite

The narration certainly isn’t for everyone but I love both this podcast and the YouTube channel. No flairs, just the information. Please keep making content!!

Lalalynn22 ,

Came here from YouTube

Same here as YouTube. I love how people complain about ads on podcast reviews. It’s called “skip forward” if you hate it that much. Also they have to make money somehow. Appreciate the attention to detail. Sad stories but their description said it’s about ones that have been solved. I hate ones that the person is still out there and nothing has been solved. Those are truly sad.

Elegirl ,

Very Underrated

Love the YouTube channel and am very satisfied with the podcast. The content is top notch, the sound effects enjoyable and the narration true to form. The you and the crew for your excellent work and keep them coming!

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