256 episodes

Welcome to Foul Play: Crime Series, the riveting true crime podcast that takes you on a deep dive into the world's most gripping cases. Each season unravels a unique case—choose one that intrigues you and dive in.

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    • 4.6 • 1.1K Ratings

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Welcome to Foul Play: Crime Series, the riveting true crime podcast that takes you on a deep dive into the world's most gripping cases. Each season unravels a unique case—choose one that intrigues you and dive in.

Listen on Apple Podcasts
Requires subscription and macOS 11.4 or higher

    S32 Ep1: Just Family Business

    S32 Ep1: Just Family Business

    In the gripping season opener of Season 32, Just Family Business, we embark on a chilling journey through a decades-old mystery. Episode 1 introduces us to a seemingly ordinary family caught in an extraordinary and sinister predicament. The disappearance of Aundria Bowman unravels a tapestry of secrets, deceit, and a cold case that refused to die. As amateur sleuths and unexpected twists bring us closer to a disturbing truth, this three-part saga promises to delve deep into the heart of darkness that lies beneath the facade of just family business. Join us as we peel back the layers of a story where hope battles despair and the quest for truth confronts the specter of the past. This is more than a tale of crime; it's a profound exploration of family, loss, and the relentless pursuit of justice.
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    • 19 min
    S32 Ep2: Just Family Business

    S32 Ep2: Just Family Business

    In this second installment of Just Family Busines, the focus narrows on the enigmatic disappearance of Aundria Bowman in 1989. With the advent of social media, new avenues open for investigation, leading Cathy Terkanian and Carl Koppelman to challenge the deceptive calm surrounding Dennis Bowman, Aundria's adoptive father. Their relentless pursuit uncovers a disturbing trail of past transgressions, linking Dennis to a series of allegations and cold cases that reveal a pattern of violent behavior meticulously hidden behind the facade of normalcy.
    As the investigation intensifies, the narrative unfolds revealing a complex web of deceit, abuse, and manipulation. The determination of Cathy and Carl brings to light shocking revelations about the man who posed as a devoted family man, as they edge closer to the truth about Aundria's fate. This episode of the series is a testament to the power of perseverance and the quest for justice, as it navigates through the dark secrets of a seemingly average family, exposing the monstrous reality lurking beneath. Join us in piecing together a decades-spanning puzzle, where every discovery moves us closer to solving a deeply haunting mystery.Support our podcast by becoming a patron.
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    • 18 min
    S31 Ep1: The Vanishing Blonde

    S31 Ep1: The Vanishing Blonde

    In Episode 1 of The Vanishing Blonde, a two-part series on Foul Play, we delve into the chilling and perplexing case of Inna Budnystska. Discovered in a Floridian construction site, Inna, a 21-year-old Ukrainian woman, is found beaten, bloodied, and with no memory of the traumatic events that led to her state. As she regains consciousness in a hospital, her fragmented recollections and the severe injuries she sustained paint a horrifying picture of assault and abandonment. The episode unravels the complexities of Inna's life, her work on a cruise ship, and her stay at the Airport Regency Hotel, where she alleges the attack took place.
    The investigation intensifies as detectives explore Inna's claims and the hotel's security footage, uncovering a web of unanswered questions and suspicious details. Private investigator Ken Brennan's involvement adds a new dimension to the case, challenging conventional theories and prompting a deeper analysis of the evidence. The episode navigates through the intricate maze of the investigation, exploring potential motives, suspects, and the elusive truth behind Inna's harrowing experience.
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    • 21 min
    S31 Ep2: The Vanishing Blonde

    S31 Ep2: The Vanishing Blonde

    In the gripping conclusion of our two-part series on the Vanishing Blonde, we delve deeper into the mysterious disappearance and subsequent investigation of Inna Budnystska. Private investigator Ken Brennan's relentless pursuit leads him down a path filled with twists, turns, and an unexpected suspect. With meticulous analysis and a keen eye for detail, Brennan uncovers shocking evidence that challenges initial perceptions and highlights the complexities of seeking justice.
    Listeners are invited to join us on this compelling journey as we uncover the layers of a case that captivated the nation.
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    • 19 min
    S30 Ep1: What Happened to Tina Milford?

    S30 Ep1: What Happened to Tina Milford?

    Tina Milford went missing from her night shift in Little Cricket convenience store, Anderson County, on the 254 June 1983, leaving behind her shoes, her purse and her car.
    Her parents were convinced that Tina would not just leave her job for no reason, the police agreed.
    What happened to Tina Milford?
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    • 15 min
    S30 Ep2: What Happened to Tina Milford?

    S30 Ep2: What Happened to Tina Milford?

    After disappearing from her night shift at a Little Crickets convenience store in Anderson County, Tina’s body was found dumped just off Highway I-85 the following day.

    But what had happened to Tina Milford, and why?

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    • 19 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
1.1K Ratings

1.1K Ratings

Bluefairy9 ,

Okay, could be better

Pros: Interesting cases, educated podcasters with knowledge about forensic science, good background research.

Cons: It’s unclear, but likely, most if not all non-podcaster inserts are being performed by actors who read from a script, it feels extremely over done in a non natural way, unnecessary sound effects that make any realistic portrayal by a voice actor immediately fake, they never tell the listener when they’re using the voice actors, it’s clear that the main podcaster is just too monotone and reading scripts without the emotional connection that he obviously has.

What could improve this: Dialogue between the two podcasters, tell the audience when voice actors or recreations are being used, no more sound effects, and use the actual voices of subjects whenever possible to create a more dynamic and engaging conversation.

B. Birdell ,

Good stories but...

...the hosts/narrators sound like robots. No inflection in their voices. Really weird.

Bschora ,

Commercial ads, ugh!

Was looking forward to hearing this, it came highly recommended. Was super disappointed in the first five seconds as a prerecorded commercial played. I dumped the cable box over a decade ago because of commercials. The only casts I’ll subscribe to are the ones that have host-presented ads for sponsorship, that are mellow in tone. Example; Nell Cropsy, Episode 3, NINE minutes long, THREE long commercial breaks repeating the SAME ads. Ugh! Dropped my rating to TWO stars. Sister Cathy, S2. Audio is so bad. Choppy — I hope the entire 68 (!) episodes is not like this. I know it’s not streaming service because the episodes are downloaded. After episode 2 showed poor audio I quit season 2. No way I can spend two years listening to bad telephone conversations.

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