The land of the midnight sun has a darker side not many know of.
Episode 092 : Myyrmannin räjähdys (Myyrmanni explosion)
On Friday, the 11th of October in 2002, people were shopping for the weekend at the Myyrmäki mall when suddenly, a blast wave swept over the mall floors.
Episode 091 : Lauri Love
In October of 2013, the police raided a family home in Suffolk, England and arrested the son, accusing him of hacking his way into the websites of the United States government.
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Episode 090 : Talvivaara
When the Talvivaara mine was established in 2008, it quickly became one of the biggest nickel mines in Europe.
Episode 089 : Unisurma (The sleep murder)
In August of 1993, an ambulance was dispatched to a detached house in Helsinki with a report that a man had fallen and injured himself. When they arrived, they noted the man had suffered a gunshot wound.
Episode 088 : Perijättären sieppaus (The abduction of an heiress)
In the summer of 2009, a young woman disappeared under mysterious circumstances.
Promo for this week: Unforbidden Truth. Listen to the end to hear a preview!
Episode 087 : Kellarisurmat (The cellar murders)
Three similar murders in the 70's and 80's sparked theories about a possible serial killer in Helsinki.
I just started listening after hearing it promoted on the Crimelines podcast and I’m already hooked just a few episodes in.
Best podcast ever
Has become a favourite
It took me a few episodes to become completely enamoured of this podcast, but now I’m eager for new episodes and working through previous ones,
Minna takes her work seriously and is a professional in every way—very impressive considering her youth.
The research is thorough, the presentation strikes a very neutral tone, and the listener is left to make up her own mind about the outcome in the Finnish legal system. I have found the podcast not only great true crime, but.great reporting and a fascinating look into another culture. Great work Minna!