618 episodes

Hosts Nic and the Captain invite you to grab a chair, grab a beer and join them as they talk some true crime. This is no ordinary garage: it’s a rabbit hole of true crime, with a generous supply of alcohol and banter to lighten the load. From international atrocities to heinous stories on (US) home turf, dive head-first into a different case each week, and enjoy a cold one whilst your there. 




If you consider yourself an armchair detective, you’re in the right place, and you’re amongst friends. For the mystery-seeker, True Crime Garage presents an archive of missing persons, unsolved and cold cases, plus accounts of infamous serial killers and chilling solved cases. 




True Crime Garage has just one rule: don’t litter. Remember to not take yourself too seriously because if you do, nobody else will. 




Missing persons (including):




Maura Murray 

Brandon Lawson 

Asha Degree

Wiliam Tyrell

Emma Fillipoff

Brian Shaffer

Jaliek Rainwalker 

Madeleine McCann

Jennifer Kesse




Unsolved cases (including):




Mitrice Richardson 

Kendrick Johnson

JonBenet Ramsey

The Delphi murders

OJ Simpson

The Tylenol Murders 

Elisa Lam

The Photo: Kris Kremers and Lisanne Froon 

The West Memphis 3 

Amy Mihaljevic







Serial killers (including):




The Long Island Serial Killer (LISK)

Zodiac 

Ted Bundy

The Backpacker: Ivan Milat 

BTK: Dennis Rader

John Wayne Gacy 

Jeffrey Dahmer 

Edmund Kemper

Ed Gein




Solved cases (including):




Chris Watts

The Unabomber 

John Lennon 

Scott Peterson

Son of Sam

Columbine

Room 309: Sidney Teerhuis-Moar

Kenneka Jenkins

Rae Carruth

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    • 4.7 • 30.5K Ratings

Hosts Nic and the Captain invite you to grab a chair, grab a beer and join them as they talk some true crime. This is no ordinary garage: it’s a rabbit hole of true crime, with a generous supply of alcohol and banter to lighten the load. From international atrocities to heinous stories on (US) home turf, dive head-first into a different case each week, and enjoy a cold one whilst your there. 




If you consider yourself an armchair detective, you’re in the right place, and you’re amongst friends. For the mystery-seeker, True Crime Garage presents an archive of missing persons, unsolved and cold cases, plus accounts of infamous serial killers and chilling solved cases. 




True Crime Garage has just one rule: don’t litter. Remember to not take yourself too seriously because if you do, nobody else will. 




Missing persons (including):




Maura Murray 

Brandon Lawson 

Asha Degree

Wiliam Tyrell

Emma Fillipoff

Brian Shaffer

Jaliek Rainwalker 

Madeleine McCann

Jennifer Kesse




Unsolved cases (including):




Mitrice Richardson 

Kendrick Johnson

JonBenet Ramsey

The Delphi murders

OJ Simpson

The Tylenol Murders 

Elisa Lam

The Photo: Kris Kremers and Lisanne Froon 

The West Memphis 3 

Amy Mihaljevic







Serial killers (including):




The Long Island Serial Killer (LISK)

Zodiac 

Ted Bundy

The Backpacker: Ivan Milat 

BTK: Dennis Rader

John Wayne Gacy 

Jeffrey Dahmer 

Edmund Kemper

Ed Gein




Solved cases (including):




Chris Watts

The Unabomber 

John Lennon 

Scott Peterson

Son of Sam

Columbine

Room 309: Sidney Teerhuis-Moar

Kenneka Jenkins

Rae Carruth

    Texas Monster /// Part 2 /// 616

    Texas Monster /// Part 2 /// 616

    Texas Monster /// Part 2 /// 616

    Part 2 of 2

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    This week we take a look at a triple homicide case from the greater Fort Worth, Texas area. This is the case that should have stopped a Serial Killer and shut him down for good. A killer that one Sheriff said has absolutely no conscience, and he enjoys killing. With a gun and a broomstick, Kenneth McDuff took the lives of three teenagers back in 1966. Then a little more than twenty years later Texas paroled him. The paroled killer was now free to kill again and again. Join us in the Garage for a cold beer and a chilling conversation about true and pure evil.

    Beer of the Week - Blargg from Tactical Brewing Company

    Garage Grade - 4 and a half bottle caps out of 5

    Our show - True Crime Garage “Off the Record” is available only on Stitcher Premium. For a FREE month of listening go to http://stitcherpremium.com/truecrimegarage and use promo code GARAGE

    • 59 min
    Texas Monster /// Part 1 /// 615

    Texas Monster /// Part 1 /// 615

    Texas Monster /// Part 1 /// 615

    Part 1 of 2

    www.TrueCrimeGarage.com

    This week we take a look at a triple homicide case from the greater Fort Worth, Texas area. This is the case that should have stopped a Serial Killer and shut him down for good. A killer that one Sheriff said has absolutely no conscience, and he enjoys killing. With a gun and a broomstick, Kenneth McDuff took the lives of three teenagers back in 1966. Then a little more than twenty years later Texas paroled him. The paroled killer was now free to kill again and again. Join us in the Garage for a cold beer and a chilling conversation about true and pure evil.

    Beer of the Week - Blargg from Tactical Brewing Company

    Garage Grade - 4 and a half bottle caps out of 5

    Our show - True Crime Garage “Off the Record” is available only on Stitcher Premium. For a FREE month of listening go to http://stitcherpremium.com/truecrimegarage and use promo code GARAGE

    • 57 min
    Nevaeh Buchanan /// Part 2 /// 614

    Nevaeh Buchanan /// Part 2 /// 614

    Nevaeh Buchanan /// Part 2 /// 614

    Part 2 of 2

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    On a Sunday night in May, 2009 in Monroe County Michigan an Amber Alert was issued for a little girl. Nevaeh Buchanan was last seen in the 6PM hour riding her scooter near her home. This very quickly was believed to be a child abduction. Local authorities were seeking the public's help looking for several witnesses and the driver of a green minivan. Oddly enough, within forty eight hours of the girl going missing the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office publicly announced two persons of interest. This is a case with no shortage of viable suspects and as you will see this may have helped or it may have hurt the investigation.

    Beer of the Week - Space Camper Cosmic IPA from Boulevard Brewing Company

    Garage Grade - 4 and a half bottle caps out of 5

    Recommended Reading - Love, Bombs, and Molesters; An F.B.I. Agent’s Journey by Kenneth Lanning

    Our show - True Crime Garage “Off the Record” is available only on Stitcher Premium. For a FREE month of listening go to http://stitcherpremium.com/truecrimegarage and use promo code GARAGE

    • 56 min
    Nevaeh Buchanan /// Part 1 /// 613

    Nevaeh Buchanan /// Part 1 /// 613

    Nevaeh Buchanan /// Part 1 /// 613

    Part 1 of 2

    www.TrueCrimeGarage.com 

    On a Sunday night in May, 2009 in Monroe County Michigan an Amber Alert was issued for a little girl. Nevaeh Buchanan was last seen in the 6PM hour riding her scooter near her home. This very quickly was believed to be a child abduction. Local authorities were seeking the public's help looking for several witnesses and the driver of a green minivan. Oddly enough, within forty eight hours of the girl going missing the Monroe County Sheriff’s Office publicly announced two persons of interest. This is a case with no shortage of viable suspects and as you will see this may have helped or it may have hurt the investigation.

    Beer of the Week - Space Camper Cosmic IPA from Boulevard Brewing Company

    Garage Grade - 4 and a half bottle caps out of 5

    Recommended Reading - Love, Bombs, and Molesters; An F.B.I. Agent’s Journey by Kenneth Lanning

    Our show - True Crime Garage “Off the Record” is available only on Stitcher Premium. For a FREE month of listening go to http://stitcherpremium.com/truecrimegarage and use promo code GARAGE

    • 1 hr
    Bryce Laspisa /// Part 2 /// 612

    Bryce Laspisa /// Part 2 /// 612

    Bryce Laspisa /// Part 2 /// 612

    Part 2 of 2

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    Bryce David Laspisa was last seen in Castaic, California on August 30th, 2013. Bryce just started his sophomore year at Sierra College in Northern California. After what can only be described as questionable actions and behavior Bryce decided to head home to his parent’s house. This is a drive that would require him to travel more than four hundred miles. On this trip Bryce ran out of gas, crashed his vehicle and then disappeared. Join us in the Garage as we try to sort through the mess that is the timeline of events leading up to this very strange disappearance.

    Beer of the Week - Ghost Bridge Imperial Stout from Singin’ River Brewing Company

    Garage Grade - 4 and quarter bottle caps out of 5

    Our show - True Crime Garage “Off the Record” is available only on Stitcher Premium. For a FREE month of listening go to http://stitcherpremium.com/truecrimegarage and use promo code GARAGE

    • 51 min
    Bryce Laspisa /// Part 1 /// 611

    Bryce Laspisa /// Part 1 /// 611

    Bryce Laspisa /// Part 1 /// 611

    Part 1 of 2

    www.TrueCrimeGarage.com

    Bryce David Laspisa was last seen in Castaic, California on August 30th, 2013. Bryce just started his sophomore year at Sierra College in Northern California. After what can only be described as questionable actions and behavior Bryce decided to head home to his parent’s house. This is a drive that would require him to travel more than four hundred miles. On this trip Bryce ran out of gas, crashed his vehicle and then disappeared. Join us in the Garage as we try to sort through the mess that is the timeline of events leading up to this very strange disappearance.

    Beer of the Week - Ghost Bridge Imperial Stout from Singin’ River Brewing Company

    Garage Grade - 4 and quarter bottle caps out of 5

    Our show - True Crime Garage “Off the Record” is available only on Stitcher Premium. For a FREE month of listening go to http://stitcherpremium.com/truecrimegarage and use promo code GARAGE

    • 50 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
30.5K Ratings

30.5K Ratings

skitles112 ,

Great Hosts

In contrast to a lot of true crime podcasts hosted by men; these hosts are sensitive to and show the utmost respect to woman and other victims of sexual violence. They offer a non gender-bias perspective that I greatly appreciate. Thanks guys :)

Buhhuh ,

3 minutes in.

3 minutes into my first episode ever, after hearing about it on William Ramsey’s podcast, and I’m already disgusted. I started with the Lane Bryant murders because someone I know had a relative killed in that crime, and I am hoping it’s come to your attention that the Center for Missing and Exploited Children may not be what we thought it was, that the Adam Walsh story may not be what was presented, John Walsh, according to his daughter Megan is not a nice do-gooder hero, and that a woman who was caught trying to traffic children out of Haiti was/is working for the Amber alert system. So I’m hoping you know better by now and have quit donating your extra funds to them. Also, I hope you understand that in the year 2022, white supremacy has been used as a ugly euphemism for people that are no longer controlled by the narrative. The narrative being all the lies we’ve been told by our government for decades, including I’m fairly positive, some of the real stories you cover in your podcast. Jeffery McDonald, JonBenet Ramsey, and Darlie Routier just to name a few. I think all stories that include people involved in computer companies, civilian defense, and the military or government need to be looked at more closely than ever. And I don’t think Ted Bundy working on a Republican campaign, or John Wayne Gacy’s involvement in local politics and his picture with Rosalyn Carter are coincidental. I happen to believe the behavioral science unit of the FBI was just a division created to cover up larger networks and elite customers of sex traffickers. A criminal profile from a respected law enforcement agency and they can take the spotlight off anyone they want and put it on any patsy in any city they are operating in. I don’t put anything past any of these people anymore. They covered for Larry Nassau for how long?

K&JMom ,

Great Duo

I just happened to stumble across this Podcast a couple of weeks ago and decided to start from the begining. I'm only 20 or so episodes in but it just keeps getting better. Nick and The Captain make a great team and I love The Captain's funny comments and how Nick doesn't get distracted by them, it makes for a perfect combination of comedy and seriousness. You guys are amazing, keep it up!