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The award-winning team that created ‘They Walk Among Us’, featuring true crime cases from the UK, now bring their unique and bone-chilling podcast across the pond. This is ‘They Walk Among America’ - a true-crime podcast covering tales of murder and mystery in the United States. Hosted by Nina Innsted.
‘They Walk Among America’ is a Law & Crime podcast network production.
For more information visit https://lawandcrime.com/podcasts/ or https://theywalkamonguspodcast.com/

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    • True Crime
    • 4.4 • 324 Ratings

The award-winning team that created ‘They Walk Among Us’, featuring true crime cases from the UK, now bring their unique and bone-chilling podcast across the pond. This is ‘They Walk Among America’ - a true-crime podcast covering tales of murder and mystery in the United States. Hosted by Nina Innsted.
‘They Walk Among America’ is a Law & Crime podcast network production.
For more information visit https://lawandcrime.com/podcasts/ or https://theywalkamonguspodcast.com/

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    Last Stop

    Last Stop

    On this episode of They Walk Among America… Chowchilla was a rural town in Madera County, California. In 1976 the population of the farming community was around 5,000, spread across sprawling acres of land. Most of those living in Chowchilla had been born and raised there, in the Central Valley. The isolated countryside didn’t provide much for kids to do during the summer months, so many enrolled in summer school. Dairyland Elementary had been assigned as the location for classes in the summer of 76 and over 125 children signed up to attend. 26 of those pupils would become victims of one of the most notorious mass kidnappings in US history…
    *** LISTENER DISCRETION IS ADVISED *** 
    ‘They Walk Among America’ is a Law & Crime podcast network production.
    This episode was hosted by Nina Innsted.
    Researched and written by Eileen Macfarlane.
    Editing and scoring by Kory Hilpmann. 
    Script editing, additional writing and production direction by Rosanna and Benjamin Fitton.
    MUSIC: 
    Shadow Passage by Cody Martin
    Constant Surveillance by JCar
    The Search by CJ-0
    Pushing Limits by Sweet Sammy
    Nocturne by Elision
    Memoir by Lincoln Davis
    Additional musical compositions by Kory Hilpmann.
    For more information, visit https://lawandcrime.com/podcasts/ or https://theywalkamonguspodcast.com/ 

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    • 44 min
    For The Thrill

    For The Thrill

    On this episode of They Walk Among America… Betty Jean Gooch was just beginning her shift as the Special Collections Librarian at the Transylvania University Library in Lexington, Kentucky, on the 7th of December, 2004. The Transylvania University Library is known as the scholarly heart of Transylvania’s campus, and at any given day of the week, it’s teeming with people...
      
    *** LISTENER DISCRETION IS ADVISED *** 
    ‘They Walk Among America’ is a Law & Crime podcast network production.
    This episode was hosted by Nina Innsted.
    Researched and written by Emily G. Thompson.
    Editing and scoring by Kory Hilpmann. 
    Script editing, additional writing and production direction by Rosanna and Benjamin Fitton.
    MUSIC: 
    Shadow Passage by Cody Martin
    Rampant by CJ-O
    Altered Fate by Cody Martin
    Sun Dust by Cody Martin
    Tainted By Darkness by Cody Martin
    Closure by Dakota Mack
    Forever and a Day by Itebloomr
    Additional musical compositions by Kory Hilpmann.
    For more information, visit https://lawandcrime.com/podcasts/ or https://theywalkamonguspodcast.com/ 

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    • 51 min
    Rough Cut

    Rough Cut

    On this episode of They Walk Among America… A single block located between 5th and 6th avenue on 47th Street in New York is known as the Diamond District. The bustling epicentre of New York's diamond and jewellery sales industry sprang up on 47th Street in the 1920s and continues to be one of the most popular locations for jewellery shoppers today. The Diamond District expanded during WWII when thousands fled Nazi-occupied Europe and set up shop in New York City. The Diamond Dealers Club, which was founded in the 1930s as a place for dealers and brokers to store their diamonds, has described the arrival of new traders as follows: “Their influx into America, together with the unprecedented economic boom that took place in the country in the post-war period, shifted the balance of the diamond trade from Western Europe to New York. Indeed, immigration has long been a decisive factor in the growth of the U.S. diamond sector, and the DDC, both then and today, traditionally has served as a melting pot for a diverse group of nationalities and cultures”. Many store owners and workers in the Diamond District were Orthodox or Hasidic Jews. A small place that contained such valuable products was always bound to attract undesirables, but in 1977 the disappearance of two diamond cutters proved that pressure was only good for diamonds…
    *** LISTENER DISCRETION IS ADVISED *** 
    ‘They Walk Among America’ is a Law & Crime podcast network production.
    This episode was hosted by Nina Innsted.
    Researched and written by Eileen Macfarlane.
    Editing and scoring by Kory Hilpmann. 
    Script editing, additional writing and production direction by Rosanna and Benjamin Fitton.
    MUSIC: 
    Shadow Passage by Cody Martin
    Bamburgh by Stephen Keech
    Insidiously by Wicked Cinema
    A Most Sinister Kind by Dresden, The Flamingo
    Those Lost by Moments
    Sussex by Stephen Keech
    Invisible Line by Stephen Keech
    The Rite by Wicked Cinema
    Playing Games by Cody Martin
    Mutual I'm Sure by Fleece Mob
    Additional musical compositions by Kory Hilpmann.
    For more information, visit https://lawandcrime.com/podcasts/ or https://theywalkamonguspodcast.com/ 

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    • 38 min
    Home Invasion

    Home Invasion

    On this episode of They Walk Among America… Mary Lyons was beginning her shift at the Bank of America branch office in Maple Croft Plaza, in Cheshire, Connecticut. It was the 23rd of July, 2007, a Monday, so Mary knew that it was going to be a busy day. By 9:30AM, there was already a line of customers, ready to go about their financial transactions after the weekend. A middle-aged woman approached the counter. Mary noticed immediately that she had a terrified look in her eyes. Her face was ashen. The woman quietly told Mary that her name was Jennifer Petit, and that she and her family were being held hostage at their home by two men. She needed to withdraw $15,000 to bring to the men, one of whom was in her car in the parking lot waiting for her to return. Jennifer told Mary that if police were contacted, her children and husband would be killed... 
    *** LISTENER DISCRETION IS ADVISED *** 
    ‘They Walk Among America’ is a Law & Crime podcast network production.
    This episode was hosted by Nina Innsted.
    Researched and written by Emily G. Thompson.
    Editing and scoring by Kory Hilpmann. 
    Script editing, additional writing and production direction by Rosanna and Benjamin Fitton.
    MUSIC: 
    Shadow Passage by Cody Martin
    I Can See by Moments
    Bloodline by Stephen Keech
    Right Behind You by Wicked Cinema
    Insurgent by Wicked Cinema
    Vanished by Wicked Cinema
    As Fate Would Have It by Wicked Cinema
    Across The Desert by Acreage
    Additional musical compositions by Kory Hilpmann.
    For more information, visit https://lawandcrime.com/podcasts/ or https://theywalkamonguspodcast.com/ 

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    • 52 min
    A Parent's Nightmare

    A Parent's Nightmare

    On this episode of They Walk Among America… Sabre Springs is a planned high-end community in San Diego, California. It’s a typical residential community where many people go to raise their families within close proximity to employment and good schools. Around 9,000 people were living in Sabre Springs in February 2002 when something destroyed the community's perceived serenity. Before then, parents had no issues with letting their children play in the neighborhood, or leaving a window unlocked in the two-storey tract homes. Children went to school and came home to play with friends, cycling their bikes past neighbor's houses, never aware of the danger lurking behind closed doors until it was too late… 
    *** LISTENER DISCRETION IS ADVISED *** 
    ‘They Walk Among America’ is a Law & Crime podcast network production.
    This episode was hosted by Nina Innsted.
    Researched and written by Eileen Macfarlane.
    Editing and scoring by Brad Maybe.
    Script editing, additional writing and production direction by Rosanna and Benjamin Fitton.
    MUSIC: 
    Shadow Passage by Cody Martin
    Darkest Space by Lost Ghost 
    Vanished by Wicked Cinema 
    The Void by Cody Martin 
    Within The Void by Hill 
    Rag Doll by Wicked Cinema 
    Darker Days by Alternate Endings 
    Prowler by Hill 
    Swarm Of Flies by Stephen Keech 
    Lighter Out by True Genesis 
    Music Box by Stephen Keech 
    Through The Looking Glass by Joshua Spacht 
    For more information, visit https://lawandcrime.com/podcasts/ or https://theywalkamonguspodcast.com/ 

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    • 1 hr 10 min
    Star-Crossed

    Star-Crossed

    On this episode of They Walk Among America… A desire for fame and fortune can sometimes make people do dangerous and even fatal things in an effort for clicks. In 2017, a young couple had ambitions to make it big on the internet. By June of that year, their ambitions to become household names would materialise, but it was at a catastrophically high price…  
    *** LISTENER DISCRETION IS ADVISED *** 
    ‘They Walk Among America’ is a Law & Crime podcast network production.
    This episode was hosted by Nina Innsted.
    Researched and written by Emily G. Thompson.
    Editing and scoring by Brad Maybe.
    Script editing, additional writing and production direction by Rosanna and Benjamin Fitton.
    MUSIC: 
    Shadow Passage by Cody Martin
    Determination by Lincoln Davis
    Vanished by Wicked Cinema
    Crooked Man by Wicked Cinema
    The Recovery by CJ-O
    In Reverse by Wild Wonder
    A Most Sinister Kind by Dresden, The Flamingo
    For more information, visit https://lawandcrime.com/podcasts/ or https://theywalkamonguspodcast.com/ 

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    • 39 min

Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5
324 Ratings

324 Ratings

MSfromKY ,

Walk Among Us

Good stories, great new narrator. But the latest ep “For the Thrill” had inaccuracies. Not sure who writes them, but they need to double-check future sources.

piclklypoo ,

Lame

Awful narration and btw the chowchilla kidnap case has been done to death on every podcast . Way to phone it in.

TN crime junkie ,

Great show

Great show and I really like the narrator.

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