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Dateline presents: Mortal Sin
Hey, Dateline fans! As a bonus, we’re giving you a special preview clip of our new podcast series Mortal Sin. In Dateline’s latest original podcast series, Josh Mankiewicz tells a twisted tale about a seemingly perfect couple, sex, lies, religion…and murder.
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The Day Alissa Disappeared
When 17-year-old Alissa Turney is reported missing in Phoenix, it takes years before detectives treat her case as a homicide. A new investigation unearths dark family secrets, leading to a dramatic courtroom drama and an outcome no one saw coming. Andrea Canning reports.
Secrets in Pleasant Prairie
The investigation into the poisoning death of a Wisconsin mother takes a surprising turn when detectives learn she wrote a letter just days before her death pointing to a possible suspect. Andrea Canning reports.
When an Illinois high schooler vanishes, her mother finds a note saying she ran away. But a grisly discovery made years later changes the course of the investigation. Andrea Canning reports.
Talking Dateline: The Murdaugh Murders: Inside the Investigation
Josh Mankiewicz talks with South Carolina natives Craig Melvin and producer Carol Gable about their recent episode, “The Murdaugh Murders: Inside the Investigation.” Craig reveals why state investigators agreed to sit down with Dateline to discuss the case, and talks about what it’s been like to be back reporting in his home state on such a high-profile story.
The Murdaugh Murders: Inside the Investigation
Lead detectives speak out about the investigation into once-prominent South Carolina attorney Alex Murdaugh, who was convicted of murdering his wife, Maggie, and son Paul. Craig Melvin reports.
Been through all Nicole Engelbrecht’s True Crime Podcosts and now om on Dateline. So many other Podcasters have chats about murder and mayhem. Some even make light of hideous crimes.. I can’t listen to that.
Then they try push their values (eg freedom of speech and gender choose, racism) etc down your throat. This has nothing to do with true crime. Keep you opinions of life to yourself and keep us in the loop of murder and crime.
I would like to commend you for the brilliant show. I do catering, baking, cooking and spend Must of my time in the kitchen with my hands busy. So all I can do is listen. And I’m thoroughly enjoying dateline! Thank you. The Radio stations in SA are just plain irritating..
Your show is full of truth, compassion, real life, justice, hard facts and everything that goes with good listening stuff.
Keep it up.
Always a good podcast
Every episode is well researched and unfolds in an intriguing way to draw you into the story. Keith Morrison has the perfect voice and tone to deliver an excellent performance every time, teasing the script out until a satisfying ending. One of my favourite crime podcasts.
The only negative is there are sometimes repeats.
I love Keith Morrison and anything that enables me to listen to more of his smooth, sarcastic tones makes me happy! I enjoy the delivery of each episode and the obvious hard work and research that has gone into each episode. I love this podcast!