A podcast about murder narrated by Steve LaTart.
A Wearable Witness | Nicole VanderHeyden
A young Wisconsin mother, Nicole VanderHeyden is brutally murdered and while the case seems obvious to outsiders, technology is able to help them determine who's guilty. The first case this week covers the gruesome murder of a young actress/model that had moved to Hollywood to find stardom but ended up finding something much worse. The final case, after two days of no contact from her brother, Ethel Jackson called his neighbor to see if she could check on him after fearing trouble.
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Did He Just Get Away With Murder | Robert Platt, Jesse Madison Holton, Mary Ann Clibbery
Misdirection is the theme of the first story, a man is found off the coast of England with no sign of identification except for a tattoo and a watch. How he ended up at the bottom of the Atlantic is as bizarre as the person responsible for his death. We also learn about a tragic case of murder in a case that may leave you with more questions than answers and the final case speaks to the dangers of doing business.
The Hated - The Town Bully, The Preppy Murders & Killing an Athiest
The Hated documents the story of three very different murders where "The Hated" is either the victim or the killer. Ken McElroy bullied a small Missouri town for decades until people suddenly had enough. Robert Chambers grew up a child of privilege, hanging with the elite until one tragic evening in Central Park, and finally, a woman who changed America and quickly became the most hated woman in America. Madlyn Murray O'Hair has a target on her back.
Buried in Cement: The Murders of Abraham Shakespeare & Doug Benton
Like many crimes, the three cases this week involve greed, lust, and lies but what's different this week is two of the cases also involve cement tombs. Abraham Shakespeare life changed when he won the lotto but money wasn't the only surprise. Doug Benton was an amateur bodybuilder with a girlfriend who was unique in their community but this case is sure to leave more questions than answers and finally the story of Rachel Siani, beautiful, young, and troubled but was her death an accident or murder?
When Marriage Becomes Deadly (Ryan Widmar, Benjamin & Erika Sifrit)
A marriage can be the best or worst thing to ever happen, especially when it ends in murder. Two very different stories, the first involves a couple of newlyweds, Ryan and Sarah Widmer of Ohio, and a case that may leave you with more questions then answers then the story of Ben and Erika Sifirt, a couple vacationing in Maryland that meets another couple which is when things take a very bizarre turn.
Killers with Multiple Wives and Murder is Always Bigger in Texas
Lies. There's never less than a dozen in all cases of murder, this week we examine two classic cases from the early 1900s that involve men with multiple wives, one a barber in LA and another a Vet in Wisconsin. The final case examines the murder of a choir teacher in Texas and a story that's full of twists.
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I am giant fan of crime stories and this podcast hit the spot! I have a long commute to work and these shows pass the time perfectly. Looking forward to new shows being added.
They are the perfect length for mystery podcasts and make you really feel the story!
True Crime at it’s best!
I love this podcast! It’s easy to listen to, usually less than 45 minutes which is different than those long winded 2 hours long podcasts (which is great for road trips and house cleaning) but at this length, I can listen to it anytime. Steve also has an awesome voice and a great storytelling ability. This is definitely one of those you need to listen to weekly!!