23 episodes

Welcome to The True Crime Files Podcast! A bi-weekly podcast focusing on mysterious disappearances and unsolved murders. You'll find that our show covers a diversity of victims and perspectives. And our short episode format will help you know a case very well in only 10 to 15 minutes. Written by Christine Penhale. Narrated by Scott Fuller.

The True Crime Files The True Crime Files

    • True Crime
    • 4.6, 43 Ratings

Welcome to The True Crime Files Podcast! A bi-weekly podcast focusing on mysterious disappearances and unsolved murders. You'll find that our show covers a diversity of victims and perspectives. And our short episode format will help you know a case very well in only 10 to 15 minutes. Written by Christine Penhale. Narrated by Scott Fuller.

    The Disappearance of Audrey Moran and Jonathan Reynoso

    The Disappearance of Audrey Moran and Jonathan Reynoso

    Audrey Moran, 26, and her boyfriend Jonathan Roynoso, 28, disappeared from California on the evening of May 10th, 2017.

    Audrey and Jonathan remain missing.

    For more on the case: https://thetruecrimefiles.com/audrey-moran-and-jonathan-reynoso-disappearance/

    You can support the blog and podcast for as little as $2/month via Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thetruecrimefiles?utm_content=site_sidebar_widget&utm_medium=patron_button_and_widgets_plugin&utm_campaign=&utm_term=&utm_source=https://thetruecrimefiles.com/audrey-moran-and-jonathan-reynoso-disappearance/

    • 9 min
    The Disappearance of Leah Roberts

    The Disappearance of Leah Roberts

    Leah was last seen by her friends and family on the morning of March 9, 2000.

    About 10 days later, her vehicle was discovered having been involved an apparent crash solo car crash; but there was no sign of Leah.

    She has never been seen since.

    Thank you for listening to The True Crime Files! For more information about Leah's case, visit her blog post at:

    You can support our podcast and blog for as little as $2/month on Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/thetruecrimefiles?utm_content=site_sidebar_widget&utm_medium=patron_button_and_widgets_plugin&utm_campaign=&utm_term=&utm_source=https://thetruecrimefiles.com/leah-roberts-disappearance/

    Promo this episode is for "Murder And More" podcast.

    • 15 min
    The Unsolved Murder of Jillian Fuller

    The Unsolved Murder of Jillian Fuller

    On March 3rd, 1993, Jillian Fuller spent the late hours of the evening reading at a pub in Vancouver, British Columbia.

    At 4 AM the following morning, police were called to an apartment fire, where Jillian's body was found.

    Her murder has gone unsolved for more than 20 years.

    If you have any information about Jillian’s murder, contact the Vancouver Police Department Homicide Unit at (604) 717-2500 or Crime Stoppers at 1-800-222-8477.

    To learn more about this case, and to view crime scene photos, visit the case post here: https://thetruecrimefiles.com/jillian-fuller-murder/

    Promo for this episode is 'Death By Champagne'

    Don't forget, you can support this podcast and The True Crime Files blog on Patreon for as little as $2/month here: https://www.patreon.com/thetruecrimefiles?utm_content=site_sidebar_widget&utm_medium=patron_button_and_widgets_plugin&utm_campaign=&utm_term=&utm_source=https://thetruecrimefiles.com/jillian-fuller-murder/

    • 10 min
    The Unsolved Mystery at Dyatlov Pass

    The Unsolved Mystery at Dyatlov Pass

    We're excited to present a guest-written episode this week by Becky Kotnik. Becky lives in the tundra of Minneapolis with her husband and two children.

    This episode features one of the more haunting and confusing unexplained stories: the mystery at Dyatlov Pass.

    Promo this week is for the OWL - Once Was Lost missing person phone application & podcast.

    Support The True Crime Files blog and podcast for as little as $2/month on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thetruecrimefiles?utm_content=site_sidebar_widget&utm_medium=patron_button_and_widgets_plugin&utm_campaign=&utm_term=&utm_source=https://thetruecrimefiles.com/dyatlov-pass-mystery/

    • 13 min
    The Disappearance of Dail Dinwiddie

    The Disappearance of Dail Dinwiddie

    Dail was last seen at a nightclub in Columbia, South Carolina following a concert on September 23rd, 1992.

    Her case remains open today.

    For more information about this case: https://thetruecrimefiles.com/dail-dinwiddie-disappearance/

    And you can support this podcast, and the blog, for as little as $2/month on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thetruecrimefiles?utm_content=site_sidebar_widget&utm_medium=patron_button_and_widgets_plugin&utm_campaign=&utm_term=&utm_source=https://thetruecrimefiles.com/dail-dinwiddie-disappearance/

    Promo in this episode for 'Mad Or Bad: A True Crime Podcast'

    • 10 min
    The Unsolved Murder of Veronica Kaye

    The Unsolved Murder of Veronica Kaye

    On November 7th, 1980, eighteen-year-old Veronica Kaye left the Etobicoke, Ontario apartment she shared with her grandmother to drop by a friend at work and then go shopping.

    On October 9th, 1981, almost a year after her disappearance, Veronica’s remains were found. Two men walking in a wooded area in Caledon, Ontario stumbled upon her body near the intersection of Humber Station Road and Castlederg Sideroad.

    Veronica's case remains unsolved today.

    Read the post on her case, and view related images and video, here: https://thetruecrimefiles.com/veronica-kaye-murder/

    Thanks for listening to The True Crime Files!

    You can support the blog and podcast for as little as $2/month on Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/thetruecrimefiles?utm_content=site_sidebar_widget&utm_medium=patron_button_and_widgets_plugin&utm_campaign=&utm_term=&utm_source=https://thetruecrimefiles.com/veronica-kaye-murder/

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    • 8 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
43 Ratings

43 Ratings

katiekatie1520289 ,

Quick but Thorough Episodes

This is a true crime podcast like no other. Generally true crime podcasts go on long but these are the perfect length for those who don’t want to listen to hours of facts. They do a great job!

ECKatelyn ,

Great bits for getting ready

This pod is great because the episodes are short enough to listen to a couple and get your true crime fix in the morning!

drewsocean1 ,

Very impressed:Provides proper info!

I want to qualify this revue by stating that we were just featured via a spot for our own very unique podcast/phone app partnership for locating missing persons which we greatly appreciated. They reached out to us making it that much more satisfying. This revue though is quite accurate and authentic. It’s one of the very few podcasts that will apply actual information on how to help. Where to call or report a tip or lead! Why so many so called “true crime” podcasts don’t do this is not just tragic in my mind but quite unfair to the family or situation they are in some of not all situations making some kind of money from. Either by patreon or sponsors. Though I do realize not every case provides this info and therefore obvious gets a pass. If the info provided is accurate and provided in a fair manner I feel it’s of course better to tell the facts rather than have not done the story at all.

So I just wanted to point that out and hope to push more shows to seek out the info and provide it in the hopes to solve the case. It can happen and does more often than you think! So thank you again so much for seeing the possibilities that the OWL once Was Lost phone app available wherever you get your apps and the once was lost podcast which also works the same way. They work together like a well oiled machine, so please get both and please help by providing 5 stars on Apple so the algorithms will make it easy to find and suggest it. It works as we state by the laws of large numbers and is that simple! We are new on the cast side and so o my have a short series about a young man that went missing in the Oregon woods. The old two men go out and one comes back. Yes, it’s that suspicious and we cannot help this. We even gave the person(s) in question ability to come in and have an objective interview to be told yes, then crickets even to be sent a very strange death threat type email. Yeah, it doesn’t get any smarter than that when your trying to get the case reopened. Not too smart. Also a recent “one star” that threw off our nice 5 star run we appreciate so much. I say this not due to the one star. We appreciate ALL Star and written reviews. We just want to state one thing. The written review is your shot at a real review and we listen. The stars are to help us be found and lee NEED people downloading the app! That’s what we do on the cast. We also can only read the detective reports and tox reports etc.. you get it. Then we were told we were “one sided”... anyone else get the irony here? It’s all good, but please at least listen to the show and make it not as obvious to be another subject of the podcast itself. We are still also quite open to allowing you on to tell your side with all the objectivity given the family.
Thank you all! We absolutely WILL find someone in that first crucial hour and it will happen soon. It’s all up to you all and how many people you can pass on to ans we WILL GET THERE! Imagine that feeling and how incredible that day will be. A shared miracle we can all celebrate and ruffle our feathers a bit in good cheer.

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