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Looking for the perfect mix for your true crime fix? Add one part murder, one part crime, three parts laughter, and you’ve got a good time! This recipe by fellow Sleuths: Jennifer, Breya, and Tina will leave you wanting more, but won’t increase your waistline.

​Join them every Tuesday as they dissect, deconstruct, or spiral on true crime cases from around the globe. Be sure not to miss their “Picking Out the Particulars” segment at the beginning of each episode for tasty tidbits about them, their lives, and what “particular” interests they have.

​Become a part of the Sleuth Be Told community and share in our flavor for danger!

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Looking for the perfect mix for your true crime fix? Add one part murder, one part crime, three parts laughter, and you’ve got a good time! This recipe by fellow Sleuths: Jennifer, Breya, and Tina will leave you wanting more, but won’t increase your waistline.

​Join them every Tuesday as they dissect, deconstruct, or spiral on true crime cases from around the globe. Be sure not to miss their “Picking Out the Particulars” segment at the beginning of each episode for tasty tidbits about them, their lives, and what “particular” interests they have.

​Become a part of the Sleuth Be Told community and share in our flavor for danger!

    The Murder of Helle Crafts A.K.A. "The Woodchipper Murder"

    The Murder of Helle Crafts A.K.A. "The Woodchipper Murder"

    This case has gone down in history for more than one reason. It was the first homicide case in Connecticut tried without a body and was also the focus of the first episode of the now popular TV show, Forensic Files. Forensics played a huge part in solving this disturbing case and was one of the first cases that brought attention to Dr. Henry Lee who would later go on to consult in cases like the JonBenet Ramsey case as well as the O.J. Simpson case. Why has it been dubbed "The Woodchipper Murder?" Tune in to find out. Episode 47.

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    • 1 hr 1 min
    Bryce Laspisa - Vanished into Thin Air

    Bryce Laspisa - Vanished into Thin Air

    Bryce Laspisa was 19 years old when he mysteriously vanished. He started acting strange, taking a prescription stimulant, drinking an exorbitant amount of hard liquor, and withdrawing from his friends before taking a disconcerting drive. This drive ended in his car on its side and no one ever seeing Bryce again. Episode 46.

    • 1 hr 31 min
    Echoes of Innocence Lost: The Murder/Suicide of Amy Burridge & Becky Thomson at the Fremont Canyon Bridge

    Echoes of Innocence Lost: The Murder/Suicide of Amy Burridge & Becky Thomson at the Fremont Canyon Bridge

    Becky Thomson and Amy Burridge, two sisters who fell victim to the ruse of two abductors, the epitome of wolves in sheep's clothing. One would make it out alive, only to bear the brunt and guilt of being the survivor. Unfortunately, the tragedy didn't end on September 4th, 1973, at the Fremont Canyon Bridge, located just outside Casper, WY. It struck again nearly 19 years later at the same bridge, bringing their story to a heartbreaking end. Episode 45.

    Explicit content: rape and sexual abuse details related to the crime itself

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    • 1 hr 36 min
    Lindy Chamberlain - The Trial that Captured the World (Part 2)

    Lindy Chamberlain - The Trial that Captured the World (Part 2)

    In part 2 of our coverage of Lindy Chamberlain, we break down how her cries of "a dingo took my baby" overtook the media and became an international sensation. We follow the case through the media, its many inquests, a conviction, and more. Episode 44.

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    • 1 hr
    Lindy Chamberlain - "A Dingo Took My Baby" (Part 1)

    Lindy Chamberlain - "A Dingo Took My Baby" (Part 1)

    The phrase "a dingo took my baby" has been used in pop culture for years. It's typically used as a punchline, but where did it come from? In this week's episode, we talk about the surprisingly dark origin of this saying and what happened to the Chamberlain family. Or at least one side of what happened. It seems like a very straightforward but unfortunate story, but it isn't as simple as it seems. We'll breakdown how this case got taken hold of by the media and Lindy ended up in jail for the murder of her daughter in part 2 next week. Episode 43.

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    • 42 min
    Knotek Family House of Horrors

    Knotek Family House of Horrors

    Behind the quaint exterior of the Knotek family's seemingly perfect home in Raymond, Washington, existed a real life "House of Horrors". Michelle "Shelly" Knotek, opened her home to those less fortunate than her. But that hospitality came at a price. Just how much? Listen & find out how a "good samaritan" might not always be good. Episode 42.

    Explicit content: child abuse details of a suggestive nature

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    • 1 hr 44 min

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