269 episodes

Join Jim Clemente (former FBI profiler), Laura Richards (criminal behavioral analyst, former New Scotland Yard) and Lisa Zambetti (Casting director for CBS' Criminal Minds) as they profile behavior from real criminal cases.

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    • True Crime
    • 4.2, 7.1K Ratings

Join Jim Clemente (former FBI profiler), Laura Richards (criminal behavioral analyst, former New Scotland Yard) and Lisa Zambetti (Casting director for CBS' Criminal Minds) as they profile behavior from real criminal cases.

    See What You Made Me Do with Jess Hill, Part 2

    See What You Made Me Do with Jess Hill, Part 2

    Jess Hill, Australian investigative journalist and award winning authorof the book 'See What You Made Me Do,' returns to the podcast to continue her discussion with Laura Richards, Jim Clemente and Lisa Zambetti on domestic abuse, both in terms of the victims and abusers.

    • 40 min
    See What You Made Me Do with Jess Hill, Part 1

    See What You Made Me Do with Jess Hill, Part 1

    Laura, Jim and Lisa interview Australian investigative journalist and award winning author Jess Hill about her book 'See What You Made Me Do.'

    • 52 min
    Inside the So-called Sweat Lodge with Laura Tucker - Profiling The "Guru", Part 5

    Inside the So-called Sweat Lodge with Laura Tucker - Profiling The "Guru", Part 5

    Laura Richards, Jim Clemente and Lisa Zambetti interview Laura Tucker who attended the New Age "Spiritual Warrior" Retreat led by JAR in Sedona Arizona.

    • 1 hr 6 min
    My Daughter Kirby Brown - Profiling The "Guru", Part 4

    My Daughter Kirby Brown - Profiling The "Guru", Part 4

    Laura, Jim and Lisa continue their discussion with Ginny Brown whose daughter Kirby Brown died at a New Age "Spiritual Warrior" retreat led by JAR in Sedona Arizona.

    • 46 min
    My Daughter Kirby Brown - Profiling The "Guru", Part 3

    My Daughter Kirby Brown - Profiling The "Guru", Part 3

    Laura Richards, Jim Clemente and Lisa Zambetti talk with Ginny Brown whose daughter, Kirby Brown, died at a New Age "Spiritual Warrior" retreat led by JAR in Sedona Arizona.

    • 36 min
    Profiling The “Guru” and the Spiritual Warrior Deaths , Part 2

    Profiling The “Guru” and the Spiritual Warrior Deaths , Part 2

    Laura, Jim and Lisa continue their discussion about the Wondery podcast "Guru" and discuss the deaths of Kirby Brown, Louise Neuman and James Shore on October 8, 2009 at a New Age "Spiritual Warrior" retreat conceived and hosted by JAR at the Angel Valley Retreat Center in Yavapai County near Sedona, Arizona.

    • 42 min

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5
7.1K Ratings

7.1K Ratings

mizzotis ,

Love this podcast, but...

Laura is fascinating to listen to - she is so knowledgeable and eloquent. Jim is the weak-link. If he has some intelligent & well-spoken input to contribute, that would be a major improvement. He needs extensive polishing and then maybe we could appreciate his experience & knowledge. Using words like “poop”? - come on Jim - step up your game, learn the difference between the words bought & brought - because you sound like an amateur whenever you speak after Laura. Lisa is trying -she has the opportunity to represent many of us & our questions if she would thoughtfully think them through before recording, and of course if Jim would stop interrupting her with his incessant man-splaining.

Finlyman ,

Used to be my favorite

but it has really gone down hill. There seems to be little variation on the types of things they talk about and even when there is, Laura seems to want to bring it back to coercive control. I get it. When all you have is a hammer, everything is a nail but not everything is about coercive control. And the man hating displayed over and over again by Laura is excessive. I understand how awful and pervasive coercive control is but they need to expand on what they talk about. The breaking point for me was when Laura said that there is absolutely no evidence of Carole Baskin doing anything wrong. That is patently false. Putting out that type of misinformation was cause for an immediate unsubscribe from me. That's when I realized the show was less about fact and more about feelings

4 everYoung1970 ,

See what you made me do part II

Listening to this today and had an ephiphany. Never got my previous abusive relationship and the bizarre lack of trust he had until right now. I was livid that anyone would think I was not trustworthy and it never ocurred to me that it could be related to past relationships instilling a belief that this won't happen again. Huge breakthrough for me today

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