Paige wants to tell you stories about all things spine-chilling and hair-raising. The main topic is true crime and sprinkled in will be stories of mysteries, paranormal events, cryptids, cults and much more.
Reverie means to daydream, but even daydreams can turn into nightmares.
You can e-mail suggestions and even your personal paranormal/strange and/or crime related stories to ReverieTrueCrime@gmail.com
65. BONUS: Interview and CrimeDoor Explorations with CrimeDoor Founders - Neil and Lauren Mandt
I had the pleasure to talk to the founders of the CrimeDoor app, Neil and Lauren Mandt. They tell us about their backgrounds (Neil produced the OJ Simpson trial, the OKC Bombing and others), true crime cases and we explored a few Crime Doors on the app. It was so interesting and I do believe this app will help solve cases. 💗
If you know of a case (loved one or not) that has gone cold, unsolved and needs light shed on it, please go to www.CrimeDoor.com and contact them. Victims are their number one priority and they are passionate about working with families.
Thank you again Neil and Lauren for coming on the show!
64. The Story of Clare Wood: A Series About Women in Nottingham, England and What Clare’s Law Accomplished (Part I)
Clare Wood was a gentle, caring soul. She was a mother, a daughter, a sister and friend. Clare met a man online and thought she wanted to marry him. Not long after she was making arrangements for the wedding, she caught him texting other women and having at least four affairs with women online. When she tried to break up with him, things took a dark turn. She contacted police many times. She even asked them if he had a history of violence but they couldn’t disclose that information to her which contributed to her horrifying death.
Eventually, her father started campaigning for Clare’s Law but before it was implemented, more women died by the hands of their abusers. This series takes a look at a few women’s stories and how Clare’s Law could’ve helped them if it had been made a law or policy faster.
In the last episode I’ll explain Clare’s Law, how many countries have applied the policy or versions of it and how many people it’s helped.
This is Clare Wood’s story.
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63. Examining the Rebecca Zahau Crime Scene with Charlie from Crimelines via CrimeDoor
Are you ready to explore the Spreckels Mansion crime scene where Rebecca Zahau was found? Download the app CrimeDoor and walk through the crime scene with me and Charlie from the podcast Crimelines.
Warning: The crime door that leads to Rebecca’s body is graphic. If you don’t want to examine Rebecca’s body or can’t handle seeing an extremely accurate recreation, you can skip going through that door. We will warn you ahead of time and you can just listen if you’d rather do that.
Visit www.CrimeDoor.com and download the CrimeDoor app. It is a complete game changer and I truly believe an unsolved case will be solved because of this application.
All sources are from CrimeDoor: Neil Mandt, Lauren Mandt, Paul Holes, Zig Gauthier, Chris Morris and many others. Thank you for your amazing work!
Podcast Promo: Thrice Cursed
Reverie True Crime Update!
This is to let you know the episodes that I removed, why I did so and that I will be re-doing them!
62. Four Black LGBTQ+ Lives Lost feat. Beyond the Rainbow: True Crimes of the LGBT
Today, CJ from Beyond the Rainbow and I will be covering the murders of two transgender people and two gay men.
First, CJ will tell you about the killings of Paris Cameron, Alunte Davis and Timothy Blancher.
Then, I will tell you about the murder of Evon Young.
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61. The Pierce Family: The Meeting That Led to the Recreation of the Scene THREE Years After Amanda’s Death (PART SIX)
In this episode you’ll hear the full meeting between Kimberly, Justin, Chief of Police Flores and Assistant Chief Jeffcoat. Kimberly and Justin bring up every concern they have. Listen to the answers they are given to their questions. In part seven, I’ll be analyzing certain parts of this meeting and explaining things said by Flores and Jeffcoat which may actually violate laws and procedures.
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After uploading the episode I found out that we have to put the series on hold just for a short amount of time. Kimberly and I will get back together as soon as possible to work on the last few episodes of the series. I can't say much more than that but I do want you all to know that it is for a GOOD reason and it is a POSITIVE thing! Keep your fingers crossed! Stay tuned!
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I love absolutely everything about this show. You will fall in love with Paiges voice! Stories are so well researched and told respectfully. MUST LISTEN!
I talk to you on Twitter already but I wanted to leave a review. I think you and the podcast are just fantastic. I love all the new unheard of cases mixed in with some we know about. If you are reading reviews to decide whether or not to listen, just go ahead and listen. You will not be disappointed!! Love ya Paige and thank you for Reverie!!! (Aoumiel/Christie on Twitter 😆)
I love this show! I am in love either Paige’s voice and am hanging on every word! Her grace with each case and topic is amazing and I hate when episodes are over! Such a good show!