25 episodes

Case Closed is a true crime podcast about the times the bad guy didn’t get away with it. Season 2 follows the murder of Atlanta businessman, Rusty Sneiderman. On November 18, 2010, Rusty was shot dead in broad daylight in the parking lot of his son’s preschool. This crime explores much more than just murder. Who really pulls the trigger? Season 1 followed the murder of Erin Corwin, who was just 19 years old when she kissed her husband Jon goodbye at the Marine base in Twentynine Palms, California, and headed to Joshua Tree National Park. It was the last time anyone would ever see her alive.

Case Closed Macmillan Publishers

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    • 4.2, 1.3K Ratings

Case Closed is a true crime podcast about the times the bad guy didn’t get away with it. Season 2 follows the murder of Atlanta businessman, Rusty Sneiderman. On November 18, 2010, Rusty was shot dead in broad daylight in the parking lot of his son’s preschool. This crime explores much more than just murder. Who really pulls the trigger? Season 1 followed the murder of Erin Corwin, who was just 19 years old when she kissed her husband Jon goodbye at the Marine base in Twentynine Palms, California, and headed to Joshua Tree National Park. It was the last time anyone would ever see her alive.

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5
1.3K Ratings

1.3K Ratings

Kadence404 ,

Great content, but stretched way too thin

I think the story telling is great and I enjoy this podcast, but the content is stretched way too thin. What the host spreads out over more than a dozen episodes could easily be condensed into a four part story. I can’t listen to this podcast on a weekly basis, it’s just not enough information given each week for me to be continually invested in the story and remember all the details. I suggest waiting for the full season to be released and then listening to it. I’d give 5 stars if not for that.

CrimeFiend2 ,

Poor sound quality

My biggest gripe is that all the recorded conversations with supporting cast of characters are difficult to understand. Very shoddy work. If you're doing to make that such a huge feature, do what other podcasts do and summerize those conversations. Or find a way to improve the quality. And FFS, do I really care what kind of a baby the victim is? Or what Erin's friend at the TN horse stables thinks. Irrelevant, boring filler.

lovenews ,

Good content

I prefer Season 1 where we had voices of different witnesses and other people. Season 2 with just the narrator gets monotonous after a short while. Even the press conference with the Police Chief would have added some depth rather than the narrator reading the Chief’s words too. Good content anyways.

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