A Texas sized true crime podcast. Everything is bigger in Texas; but when it comes to crime--bigger doesn't always mean better. Each episode will discuss all things Texas pertaining to crime and the legal system. But don't let that fool ya! From the solved to the unsolved, the victims to the victimizers, the wrongfully convicted to the wrong-doers, and the law-makers to the law-breakers, this podcast has got it covered.
Big News in a Small Town_Part 2
When the Assistant District Attorney, the District Attorney himself, and the District Attorney's wife are all murdered in 60 days in Kaufman County, Texas, it was clear that someone had come into their small town with an agenda. But what they would...
Big News in a Small Town_Part 1
When a district attorney is murdered in broad daylight in front of the Kaufman County courthouse in the middle of downtown Kaufman, Texas, rumors begin to fly that lead the investigation down rabbit hole after rabbit hole. When a second tragedy...
It Takes a Village
When Candice Alexander of Lufkin, TX was found dead in her home from an apparent overdose of crystal meth, her death was initially brushed off as an accidental overdose from her drug of choice. But when Detective David Campbell got his hands on the...
Living the Dream
When Rais Bhuiyan immigrated to the United States from Bangladesh in 1999 in pursuit of a higher education, he imagined he would be living the American Dream. But then 9-11 happened, and within days, Rais's American Dream would turn into an American...
Snips & Snails & Puppy Dog Tails
Did Jesse Fisher Jr. suffer a horrible accident? Or was there something much worse going on behind closed doors?
Two Sides to Every Story_Part 2
There are two sides to every story. This is Melissa's.
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I hope you are coming back!
I am truly sad there are no more episodes.
Krista deserves an award!!
Amazing is the best word I can think of to describe this podcast. First of all, I almost always ugly cry while listening to the episodes. She gives each case, each story for and of the victims, such a strong voice and has such a great way of putting you in the story as if it was happening right in front of you. I truly, truly love this podcast. I love the style of her story-telling from every educational intro to the sympathetic tone of her voice describing the awful things the victims went through, to the cute sarcasm she dashes throughout. Keep up the good work. Family first is definitely understood but keep them coming please!