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A true crime podcast that doesn't bullsh**. The facts and the motives explained—in depth. Prison interviews, first hand accounts and reliable sources. It's what makes true crime worth listening to.

The Unforgivables The Unforgivables

    • True Crime
    • 4.6 • 761 Ratings

A true crime podcast that doesn't bullsh**. The facts and the motives explained—in depth. Prison interviews, first hand accounts and reliable sources. It's what makes true crime worth listening to.

    Samuel Little — Part 1

    Samuel Little — Part 1

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    “Keep him talking, don’t interrupt him and, no matter what, don’t ask why he killed his victims.”
    Dozens of homicide detectives around the country were given those instructions when they got their moment with Samuel Little, hoping to solve decades-old cold cases and bring closure to families across the country from the man the FBI would identify as the most prolific serial killer in US history.

    • 20 min
    Samuel Little — Part 2

    Samuel Little — Part 2

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    In the conclusion of the Samuel little saga, Little ultimately came forward with chilling confessions, claiming he killed 93 women in all between 1970 and 2005 and recounted the details with incredible clarity. But to get what they needed, detectives had to employ a certain amount of psychology, some of which made them uncomfortable, such as laughing along with him — or putting up with his flirting.

    • 19 min
    BTK Dennis Rader — Part 1

    BTK Dennis Rader — Part 1

    To satisfy the deviancy that fuelled his sexual fantasies, the deeply visceral urge to troll, stalk and brutally victimize lasted for three decades, leaving 10 dead and the citizens of the largest city in Kansas afraid of what could be waiting inside their own homes in the light of day – or of what may be lurking outside of them at night….

    This is the story of Dennis Rader, otherwise known as BTK.

    • 23 min
    BTK Dennis Rader — Part 2

    BTK Dennis Rader — Part 2

    It was the year of 1974 and Dennis Rader was living a double life. And While the family man was hanging porch swings, building treehouses, watching his daughter crawl up her favorite climbing tree and planting flowers along the driveway, BTK was having, what he called, ‘motel parties.’ 

    But - his own personal motel parties weren’t enough. With the memory of the Otero murders still fresh in his mind, Rader’s desires grew, and soon enough they would be too much for him to control.

    • 27 min
    BTK Dennis Rader — Part 3

    BTK Dennis Rader — Part 3

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    After brutally murdering the Otero’s, BTK waited only a few months before he would ‘put down’ Kathryn Bright - but then waited three years until 1977 before striking again when he murdered both Shirley Vian and Nancy Fox that year.
    Almost a decade, 8 years to be exact, would pass before Rader targeted his neighbor, Marine Hedge in 1985. Vickie Wegerle would be strangeled in her home the following year, yet BTK waited nearly five more years before invading the home of his final victim, Dolores Davis, in 1991.

    • 23 min
    "The Weepy-Voice Killer" Paul Michael Stephani

    "The Weepy-Voice Killer" Paul Michael Stephani

    Perpetrators of murders don’t usually call 911 on themselves, neither do they
    beg to be caught. Paul Michael Stefani, the Weepy voiced Killer, however, did
    just that. And then he would do it over and over again.

    In the early 1980’s Minnesota law enforcement would be plagued by a series of
    bizarre and anonymous 911 calls – confessions of murder given by the high
    pitched, panicked voice of a man who was viciously murdering women
    around Miniappolis and St. Paul – an area also known as the twin cities.

    • 30 min

Customer Reviews

4.6 out of 5
761 Ratings

761 Ratings

CCJONES1 ,

Justice for Lucas Hernandez

Born and raised in Wichita Ks! You did a great job covering this one. Now do Lucas Hernandez here in Wichita ks as well

hartleaw ,

Would love to hear more

Would love to hear your thoughts on the inconsistencies in the discovery as well as witness statements. For example, the creepy doll picture was not taken by Chris and texted to SW while on her trip. The photo was taken on 8-9 while SW didn’t leave for her trip until 8-10. The picture was uploaded to Facebook on 8-9. Plus the picture was actually taken by SW herself. In no way am I saying that he is innocent. I just think it’s important to present the truth.

MVICKES ,

“Presumed” Innocent, Not Innocent

Words and legalities matter. Everyone you reference was found guilty in the end… so your beginning should be ‘presumed innocent’… not ‘Innocent’

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