"48 Hours" correspondent Erin Moriarty returns with another season of immersive and intimate true-crime investigations. In each episode, Moriarty brings listeners along on her journey, going to the scene of a crime, behind prison walls, and in this season, as far as South America.
Serial killers, stalkers, spouses...it's all on this season of "My Life of Crime."
Lizzie Borden: Part 1
The story of one of the most famous and sensational murder cases of all time deconstructed in an overnight visit to the Lizzie Borden Bed and Breakfast.
Lizzie Borden: Part 2
Erin spends the night at the Lizzie Borden Bed and Breakfast and takes us through the forensics, the trial and the stunning verdict.
The Family Business
Erin Moriarty and Richard Schlesinger talk to Nick Musurca, a Hollywood horror writer and producer about his scary movies. As you will hear, true crime runs in the family.
If He Were A Killer, He Would Be Out By Now
In this journey behind prison walls, Erin Moriarty asks, does the punishment fit the crime?
Music and the Murderers: Behind Prison Walls at Bedford Hills
Just an hour north of New York City, Bedford Hills is home to some of New York’s most notorious murderers. We spent time getting to know some of them in an unusual setting: music class. The crimes were violent and heinous. Kim Brown is serving time for the death of her last music teacher. Ivié De Molina was involved in the murders of two people. And you remember Pam Smart; her murder trial made national headlines. All of them are practicing and performing gospel and R&B in this unusual rehabilitation program run by volunteer musicians. We speak to the women of Bedford Hills openly and candidly about the crimes that brought them here, and the music that helps them escape -- at least temporarily.
Live at CrimeCon: The Natalie Wood Death Investigation
Erin Moriarty has spent years investigating what really happened to legendary actress Natalie Wood. Her drowning death in November of 1981 stunned the world. She was just 43 years old and at the height of her fame. Her death was ruled an accident. For years there where whispers: was it really an accident, or was there foul play? No one has searched harder for the truth than Natalie’s younger sister, Lana Wood. In 2011 the case was reopened and investigators named Robert Wagner, Natalie’s husband at the time, a person of interest. The investigation is still active. Listen as Lana and Erin take you back to the fateful weekend when the life of one of America’s most famous stars ended, and the mystery of what happened to her began.
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Love Erin’s reporting style & voice comforting!
Also love that often Erin had reported on a subject in these crimes when it originally occurred.
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I love the stories but I really do not like some are two parts. If I'm already invested in a story. I do not like to wait for the second part of the stories. That's honestly the reason I stop listening and went with other podcast.