Sometimes the most beautiful places hide the darkest secrets.
When two friends sitting on a bench in an Ohio park are gunned down in cold blood, the investigators responsible for solving they murders are left dumbfounded.
One of the worst crimes to consume British headlines in 1986 leads authorities on a search for a killer who was in the thick of a murder investigation the entire time.
When an elderly couple on a romantic camping trip in the bushland of Australia vanished from their burned-out campsite, authorities quickly identify a suspect.
At the dawn of the 20th century, two brothers prospecting for gold hoped to find their fortune in the Northern region of Canada.
A solo backpacking trip in Asia turns dark when a 23-year-old woman fails to return to her family in Colorado.
When a joyful festival rolled through a small Oklahoma town outside of Platt National Park in 1975, a young woman's dead body was left in its wake.
LOVE this show
Anything by audiochuck I love. Park Predators is my fav. Iv been listening since the beginning and no matter how much I love this pod it bugs me that an investigative journalist (a professional!!) has such a limited vocabulary. In one episode she repeated what a perpetrator said and instead of just saying everything she repeats , he said, he said, he said. Or she says And stuff like that. Stuff!!!! I’ll not stop listening but this is what I expect from amateurs
Good content, poor delivery
Serious improvements need to be made in the delivery of these stories. For one, “that” is a filler word and so unnecessary in proper English. This should have been taught in middle school English class. It is incredibly painful and cringeworthy to hear every other word. I don’t know if I can continue listening, even out of desperate boredom.
I only barely got thru one episode. She repeats herself often and honestly I just can’t stand her voice.