Jim Harold interviews authors and experts on true crime. Past guests have included Pulitzer Prize winners, best selling authors and popular true crime podcasters.
Drinks, Dinner and Death
We talk about the true story of British murderer Dennis Nilsen on this edition of Crime Scene. Our guest is author Alan Warren.
You can find his book on Nilsen at Amazon: Drinks, Dinner & Death: The True Story of Dennis Nilsen (British Criminals Book 4)
Crime and Social Media
Dr. Rebecca Hayes joins us to talk about the interaction between social media and crime on this edition of Crime Scene.
You can find her book at Amazon: #Crime: Social Media, Crime, and the Criminal Legal System (Palgrave Studies in Crime, Media and Culture)
Thanks Dr. Hayes!
Rachel Monroe examines the appeal of true crime to women in her recent book, Savage Appetites. We talk about it on this edition of Crime Scene.
You can find her book at Amazon: Savage Appetites
Law and Addiction
Famed trial lawyer Mike Papantonio joins us to talk about his fight against the pharmaceutical industry over the opioid crisis.
You can find his novel based on the crisis at Amazon.com: Law and Addiction
FBI Myths and Misconceptions
Former FBI Special Agent Jerri Williams talks to us about FBI Myths and Misconceptions.
You can check out her book at Amazon: FBI Myths and Misconceptions: A Manual for Armchair Detectives
Also, find her podcast FBI Retired Case File Review wherever you get your podcasts!
Thanks Jerri! What a great guest you were!
A seemingly perfect suburban marriage turns murderous. Veteran reporter and author Amanda Lamb joins us to talk about the shocking story of Brad and Nancy Cooper.
You can find her book on the case at Amazon.com:
Love Lies: A True Story of Marriage and Murder in the Suburbs
You can also find Amanda's website at alambauthor.com
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I can’t even begin to tell you how much I have actually learned from Jim Harold’s shows, not just this one but Paranormal Podcast as well. I love the way Jim does interviews. He asks really smart questions and gives ideas that seem to make the people he interviews really think about their answers. I love Jim Harold’s Crime Scene especially because I always come away with knowledge I didn’t have about true crime stories I thought I knew about. Thanks for your shows, Jim!