43 episodes

Twisted, gruesome, evil, sometimes funny, but always true: Real Life, Real Crime is a weekly podcast hosted by Woody Overton, a veteran law enforcement professional for over 20 years. Each show Woody will go in depth into cases he has worked personally, to give the audience an exclusive perspective through shocking experiences in his lifetime.

Warning: this podcast will dive into extremely detailed, graphic and uncomfortable topics.

Real Life Real Crime Woody Overton

    • True Crime
    • 4.7, 439 Ratings

Twisted, gruesome, evil, sometimes funny, but always true: Real Life, Real Crime is a weekly podcast hosted by Woody Overton, a veteran law enforcement professional for over 20 years. Each show Woody will go in depth into cases he has worked personally, to give the audience an exclusive perspective through shocking experiences in his lifetime.

Warning: this podcast will dive into extremely detailed, graphic and uncomfortable topics.

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
439 Ratings

439 Ratings

Cleminole ,

One of the best

Awesome show!

Wettybood ,

Woody-You’re my favorite deputy!

A fly on the wall of a rundown hot Mississippi trailer ....For about an hour that’s what I become. Woody has a way of describing the things so well. The smells,the geographic location, and the atmosphere . He describes the popping of the skull during an autopsy & I can’t forget about how a very wise medical examiner had pants problems & his boss with a crooked finger was intimidating. He makes us learn what really happened through his experience. *I also love his voice & manor of storytelling . I think his first episode may have left me questioning humanity (pretty dark & horrific)

Uberchicpolish ,

Tedious detail not needed

Edit: I should have known you would be so butt hurt. For some reason cops always think they are above criticism. History has given us many examples of this. You a podcaster no different then any other podcaster and that comes with people criticizing you. If you can’t handle the heat get out of the kitchen!

Good podcast and storytelling but the tedious detail like about crime lab detail isn’t needed. It’s pretty boring I had to fast forward. This is true crime we all know about bagging hands and bullet markings. I will keep trying to listen but I sure hope all the episodes are not presented like 2nd graders are the listeners.

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