5 episodes

Criminologist Lee Mellor discusses the darkest, most perverse, bestial crimes known to man. You can’t handle it. Tap out now.

Murder Was The Case Lee Mellor

    • True Crime
    • 4.4 • 222 Ratings

Criminologist Lee Mellor discusses the darkest, most perverse, bestial crimes known to man. You can’t handle it. Tap out now.

    Update: MWTC is now Patreon exclusive

    Update: MWTC is now Patreon exclusive

    Doc gives an update about where you can listen to MWTC going forward.

    • 2 min
    #301. Classic Jimbo and the Dreamless Imperceptible (Dive Bar) w/ Kerrie Droban

    #301. Classic Jimbo and the Dreamless Imperceptible (Dive Bar) w/ Kerrie Droban

    Author and attorney Kerrie Droban drops into the divebar to talk about her book 'Aurora' and the conditions which give rise to the American mass murder epidemic.

    • 1 hr 20 min
    #300. Smashed Doll Pieces, Part 1: Strategy

    #300. Smashed Doll Pieces, Part 1: Strategy

    Doc and private investigator Jason Jensen decide to re-examine the murder of JonBenet Ramsey... Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    • 50 min
    #299. Idaho 4 (Update)

    #299. Idaho 4 (Update)

    Doc shares some thoughts on the Idaho student murders. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    • 40 min
    #298. Two and a Half Years Later... (Dive Bar) w/ Rafael Mangual

    #298. Two and a Half Years Later... (Dive Bar) w/ Rafael Mangual

    Two and a half years after rioting in the USA and calls to defund the police, Doc and Rafael Mangual look at how crime rates in the USA and New York City have changed. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

    • 1 hr 12 min

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
222 Ratings

222 Ratings

Avidpodlistener ,

Good podcast, bad impressions

Great deep dives and insight into the topics. The guests are usually engaging and interesting. Audio quality is usually good. My biggest complaint is the voice impressions Dr. Lee does. They can be a little annoying and he can be a little pretentious at times, but hey, I’m a subscriber and listen every week and you should too.

cinji ,

Where are first 289 episodes?

I looked on Patreon and other platforms, but the first 289 eps are gone. If he’s put them behind the usual paywall, I didn’t hear any info about at the beginning of some recent episodes. I like the podcast, but wish I could hear previous episodes.

annacs1933 ,

Content is interesting, he’s obtuse.

The concept of the show is great. Mellor, the host and creator, is not. He’s self-admittedly arrogant, tone deaf, and often cuts off his guests while they’re speaking. Additionally, Mellor lacks the proper emotional ability one who hosts a true crime show and interviews guests should have. Again he acknowledges this, but doesn’t seem to put any work into improving or correcting it. That’s a shame because Mellor has the ability to speak to a highly impressive and respected group of guests who bring a lot of insight and perspective to the show—unlike him. I personally never write reviews but this man honestly made my skin crawl while listening to him.

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