9 episodes

Suspect is a new true-crime podcast exploring the intersection of technology, criminal behavior, and the judicial system. In each episode, hosts Cat Carlson and Allie Stein interview experts from our country’s intelligence community, law enforcement, medical experts, and the media about a range of true-crime topics. We’re talking murder, cybercrime, cults, forensics and body language analysis – and that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Spoiler Alert: Not for the faint of heart.

Suspect Cat Carlson & Allie Stein

    • Social Sciences
    • 3.7, 98 Ratings

Suspect is a new true-crime podcast exploring the intersection of technology, criminal behavior, and the judicial system. In each episode, hosts Cat Carlson and Allie Stein interview experts from our country’s intelligence community, law enforcement, medical experts, and the media about a range of true-crime topics. We’re talking murder, cybercrime, cults, forensics and body language analysis – and that’s just the tip of the iceberg. Spoiler Alert: Not for the faint of heart.

    Ep. 08 | Restoring Some Hope

    Ep. 08 | Restoring Some Hope

    And just like that, it’s the Suspect season finale. Time flies when you’re talking about murder and justice! This episode’s a shorty, focusing on the things that give Allie and Cat hope in this wild, murderous world. Plus, the first woman in the FBI’s famous Behavioral Science Unit, Jana Monroe, talks about being the real … Continue reading Ep. 08 | Restoring Some Hope →

    • 32 min
    Ep. 07 | The Future of Crime!

    Ep. 07 | The Future of Crime!

    Co-host Alert! This is not a drill! While the Cat’s away…Allie will still put out an episode. This week, friend of the pod, Harper Vince, joins Suspect to talk about the future of crime. And the future tactics of law enforcement. There’s a lot to break down, like how prevalent CCTV is, to cyberwarfare, to … Continue reading Ep. 07 | The Future of Crime! →

    • 31 min
    Ep. 06 | Read Between The Lines

    Ep. 06 | Read Between The Lines

    Our dear Suspect listeners! We’re back! As promised! And we’re here to discuss the media. There’s a lot to break down, like what makes a story newsworthy and how the media impacts our internal bias and why we love to talk about violent crime so much. Just to name a few. The Suspect hosts also … Continue reading Ep. 06 | Read Between The Lines →

    • 39 min
    Ep. 05 | The Judicial System For Crime Junkies

    Ep. 05 | The Judicial System For Crime Junkies

    It’s Wednesday! Which means Cat Carlson and Allie Stein are back to beg the question, yet again, “Why aren’t more people talking about this?” as they review our state and federal court systems, why murder in international waters possess a lot of jurisdiction issues, and how one legal loophole in the Constitution created “The Zone … Continue reading Ep. 05 | The Judicial System For Crime Junkies →

    • 41 min
    Ep. 04 | How a Crime Scene Tells a Story

    Ep. 04 | How a Crime Scene Tells a Story

    It’s Wednesday! Which means Cat Carlson and Allie Stein are back to beg the question, yet again, “Why aren’t more people talking about this?” as they explore the science and logistics of crime scene investigation, why databases should get more love, and how murderers are classified. The Suspect hosts will break down how the F.B.I. … Continue reading Ep. 04 | How a Crime Scene Tells a Story →

    • 36 min
    Ep. 03 | Suspect Traits

    Ep. 03 | Suspect Traits

    It’s that time of the week again! Cat Carlson and Allie Stein are back to beg the question, yet again, “Why aren’t more people talking about this?” as they explore the science of body language and what’s up with the classic nature vs. nurture debate. More specifically, how psychopaths operate, red flags on dating profiles, … Continue reading Ep. 03 | Suspect Traits →

    • 36 min

Customer Reviews

3.7 out of 5
98 Ratings

98 Ratings

CrisTuck ,

Great, but..

I really enjoy this podcast, I think it’s entertaining and well researched. However, the back and forth banter between Allie and Cat seems to be scripted at times. The difference in audio is also a little bothersome. You can barely hear the experts so you turn the volume up but then your ears are blasted by the clear sound of the hosts once they start to talk.

With all that said, I will still continue to listen because I do find it quite interesting.

wpanderson630 ,

Too scripted

You can tell these are too scripted and over the top. Try being more casual, or toning down your “show” a little. I enjoyed listening to the Web Slooths episode until the speaking popped back in. Can’t deal with it

queenprince ,

Boring

This is the most boring nonsensical podcast I’ve ever heard.

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