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The team behind the awarding-winning Season 1 of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette True Crime program returns for a second season. Host Michael A. Fuoco and producer Ashley Murray are following the success of “Three Rivers, Two Mysteries” with another true crime tale. The new season, “To Love and to Perish,” explores the true story of how love, betrayal, greed and hatred in a small town erupted into a gruesome murder. The first chapter is scheduled for release in September. To take a listener’s survey, go to post-gazette.com/podcastsurvey

To Love and to Perish Author: Michael A. Fuoco; Producer: Ashley Murray

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.3, 130 Ratings

The team behind the awarding-winning Season 1 of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette True Crime program returns for a second season. Host Michael A. Fuoco and producer Ashley Murray are following the success of “Three Rivers, Two Mysteries” with another true crime tale. The new season, “To Love and to Perish,” explores the true story of how love, betrayal, greed and hatred in a small town erupted into a gruesome murder. The first chapter is scheduled for release in September. To take a listener’s survey, go to post-gazette.com/podcastsurvey

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
130 Ratings

130 Ratings

Bamclaughl ,

Great but the Pittsburgh Accent is Hardcore

I am glad for this podcast and find the topic fascinating. It’s very well researched. But oh my gosh, the narrator’s Pittsburgh accent is...intense. And that’s from a lifelong Pittsburgher - I know when a Pgh accent is even stronger than usual.

I know he was a reporter and I can see how he’d be great at it but not everyone’s voice is meant for broadcasting, and that’s totally ok!! I hope the PG does more but changes up the narrator.

Shaman103 ,

Riveting

One of the best podcasts I’ve listened to in a long time. It was especially interesting as it occurred in my home town. I can’t wait for the next one. Great work by everyone involved in the project.

mertensl96 ,

Great!

This show is well thought out and flows really well. I enjoyed hearing about Pittsburgh cases and it was great!

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