A native true crime podcast covering ghoulish spirit tales, murder, assassinations and missing cases. Grab your Tobbaco. Light Your Sage. It's time for a Wounded Tale! Hosted by Wendolynne, Quechua, & Paulino, Maya Ch'ort'i.
Hey, Tricksters.Wounded is officially going HIATUS. Due to the different schedules, life and business growth. I have decided to take a step back from Wounded. We hope to be back in a Season format. But, listen for more info. We love you all! - Wendy
Mini Wounded: Adze: The Vampire
Hey Tricksters!We are going to be talking about a spirit for the Ewe People, Adze: The Vampire. Now, this is no a Victorian or twilight story. Erase everything you know of the European vampire legend and get ready to meet a spirit who consumes you,...
Murdered: George Stinney Jr.
Hey, TrickstersBetty, 11, and Mary, 7, were two young white girls from Alcolu, SC looking for some passion fruit in 1944, the events that followed would lead to the murder of another child and a secret that was hidden by the white elite in the...
Indian Country: Human Trafficking
Hey Tricksters!This week on Wounded, we will be covering two cases, one from 13 year old teen who receives fb message from a supposed schoolmate, and a mom replying back to job add in Gallup, NM. These stories show the fear, the reality, and the never...
MMIW: Savanna LaFontaine-Greywind
Hey Tricksters!HAPPY MLK DAY! We have our week all out of sorts from episodes disappearing off our laptops. But, today we are here to tell you of the murder of 22 year old Savanna, a mother to be with an amazing future ahead, whose kind and sweet nature...
Murdered: Joyce Echaquan
We are LATEEEE we know! You are listening to an episode that wasn't supposed to be released this week, but due to laptop issues, a full one drive account, and the current events of America, we had to improvise!
So, we bring the case of Joyce Echaquan, a native Atikamekw womxn whose visit to the hospital was broadcasted and seen by the whole word.
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True crime with indigenous voices
I am a huge fan of true crime because i love story telling and mysteries. However I had deleted all my true crime podcasts because they never or rarely included stories focusing on people of color. Furthermore they all had a white only perspective. This is exactly what I was looking. I wish you all the luck and keep our stories alive through storytelling. If you are still reading this SUBSCRIBE!
Incredible! Hoping for a future revival
I first heard of Wounded through And That’s Why We Drink and I KNEW I had to check it out. I was sad to see that it is currently on hiatus but I totally understand why. For now, I am FULLY enjoying my binge of Wounded. I am learning so much and feel such a connection to the content and hosts. I am hopeful for a future revival and continuance of the podcast. Wounded is an incredible and much needed podcast which I will continue to share with all my friends and family who I know will love it.
5 stars for Wounded!
Wounded Podcast is special. Wendy & Paulino bring history, heritage & compassion to their stories of true crimes impacting indigenous people all over the world.