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Fraud. Abduction. Murder. Every week, Crime Story host and investigative journalist Kathleen Goldhar goes deep into a true crime case with the storyteller who knows it best. For early access to Crime Story episodes visit www.youtube.com/@cbcpodcasts or CBC's True Crime Premium Channel on Apple Podcasts (where episodes are also ad-free).
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Join me with your favorite cup of coffee and enjoy stories of true crime, the paranormal, and all things a little creepy. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/coffeecrimestorytime/support
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True Crime Story

Bree and Shar

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True Crime Story hosted by Bree and Shar is here! Let’s dive into the some of the most vile cases around the world. We will peel off the layers to these true crime stories to reveal the cold hard facts, and then separate them from the speculation and rumors’. We’ll tell you what we think and we’d love to hear what you think! Find us on our social media platforms: Facebook: True Crime Story Podcast Instagram: Truecrimestorypod Email: truecrimestorypod@gmail.com True Crime Story on YouTube, Tr ...
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Indian Crime Story

Abhishek Tiwari

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Your daily dose of true crime is now available in easily digestible portions. Best friends Ashley and Anna share true stories of lawlessness and corruption in their own light hearted and compassionate way. New episodes land Monday through Friday, so you can take your Shorties with you everyday.
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The Crime Story Podcast with Kary Antholis

Crime Story Media, Kary Antholis

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Conversations about crime and justice narrative in all its forms. We will interview audio-visual and literary storytellers about how and why they create crime and trial stories. We will also speak with criminal justice experts about how they present compelling narratives for criminal cases and for public policy initiatives to jurors, judges, legislators and the general public. Hosted by Crime Story Publisher/Editor Kary Antholis Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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True Crime Story Time

Brooke Schnatz/Ashley Renee

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Elsy, Raz and Brooke go through popular and lesser known true crime cases. With a little bit of history, a lot of laughs and a place where no opinion is wrong. Hang out with us for a bit and become a part of True Crime Story Time.
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American Crime Story After Show recaps, reviews and discusses episodes of FX's American Crime Story. Show Summary: American Crime Story is an American true crime anthology television series developed by Scott Alexander and Larry Karaszewski, who are executive producers with Brad Falchuk, Nina Jacobson, Ryan Murphy, and Brad Simpson. Similar to American Horror Story, also from Murphy and Falchuk, each season is presented as a self-contained miniseries, following separate unrelated true events ...
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True Deception is a fully improvised comedy True Crime story. We join investigators Clark McCarthy (Zach Jobe) and Owen Ingmar (Jake Jabbour) on their search for the truth about whatever mystery they feel they can exploit for personal gain. In Season 1 we follow their investigation into the disappearance of the enigmatic Brian Lind, a 47 year old bungee jumper and tactical paper-mâché enthusiast who was on his way to a Rainforest Cafe in Tyson's Corner VA when he went missing. Each week they ...
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Juicing The People v. O.J. Simpson - The talk show that juices the events surrounding the O.J. Simpson murder trial. Every week hosts Adam Papagan and JJ Stratford review ESPN’s OJ Made in America and fact check it against their memories as Los Angeles natives who grew up obsessed and mutated by the ultimate media circus. Watch it live every Wednesday at Midnight PST on Dromebox.com Follow on facebook.com/JuicingThePeople
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200 ans d’histoires criminelles qui ont secoué la Belgique. Des fictions sonores, basées sur des archives criminelles belges des 19e et 20e siècles qui nous replongent dans la Belgique de nos ancêtres. Des faits divers macabres et angoissants qui vous assurent de grands moments de frisson et qui apportent un nouvel éclairage sur l’histoire sociale de la Belgique : celui des destins personnels tragiques de citoyens pris dans la tourmente de périodes troublées. À chaque saison, de nouveaux aut ...
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Murder and Crime Storytime

Tyler Evancoe

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Listen to real life stories of murder, crime, and everything in-between. No disturbing detail is left out in this true-crime storytelling podcast. This is an ever growing collection of stories featuring famous, and not so famous, criminals from the past. Episodes feature the history, circumstances, and actions of serial killers, kidnappers, murderers, and more. The material is extremely graphic in nature and listener discretion is advised.
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The story is a crime fiction novella centered around Craig Dvorak, a Marine vet turned homicide investigator, who is struggling with his case load, and the mental pressure he’s putting on himself. His partner, Tyra Washington, covers for him the best she can, but her chief concern is his eternal salvation. Together, they have to solve multiple killings of young girls whose bodies have been discovered near the Chattahoochee River. In-depth character development and its Atlanta settings combin ...
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For 5 years, the 1996 Atlanta Olympic bomber had been living on the lam in the woods. Locals sold shirts that read “Eric Rudolph: 1998 Hide and Seek champion.” Meanwhile, Eric ate salamanders, shot bears, and racked up the bill for one of the most costly manhunts in U.S. history. How did he do it? What were his motivations? And why was he able to p…
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In part two of our conversation, The Jinx creators Andrew Jarecki and Zac Stuart-Pontier reflect on what it was like watching Robert Durst take the stand, how his inner circle enabled his strange behaviour, and the impact of documenting a suspected killer for 20 years. For ad-free listening to Crime Story, subscribe to CBC's True Crime channel on A…
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When director Andrew Jarecki first met the eccentric billionaire Robert Durst, Durst had been dubbed the “unluckiest man in the world,” being linked to not one, but three suspected murders. In this two-part episode, Jarecki and his co-producer Zac Stuart-Pontier, take us behind the scenes of their jaw-dropping documentary, The Jinx, which added yet…
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For the Canadian July 1 holiday, we’re interrupting our regularly scheduled programming for something a little lighter, but scandalous nonetheless. Today you’ll hear episode 1 of Broomgate, a podcast about the broom that nearly destroyed Canada’s most charming sport: curling. Broomgate is hosted by comedian John Cullen, and produced by our very own…
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When a woman connected to one of Belize’s most powerful families is found next to a dead cop, rumours swirl. Will she be arrested? Will she walk away scot free? Podcaster Josh Dean takes us behind the scenes of his new podcast, White Devil, where nothing is ever as it seems. For ad-free listening to Crime Story, subscribe to CBC's True Crime channe…
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From Hollywood hacks to billion-dollar heists, North Korea is rewriting the rules of cyber warfare. Learn all about the regime's elite hackers with Jean Lee, the first American to open a foreign newsroom in PyongYang. For early access to Crime Story episodes and to listen ad-free, subscribe to CBC's True Crime channel on Apple Podcasts.…
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When reporter Kim Bolan received a dead rat in the mail, she wasn’t surprised. Kim was in the midst of covering a shocking gangland murder in B.C., involving the execution-style killing of six men — including two innocent bystanders. Kim takes us behind the scenes of this spectacular case and gives us a peek into her life as a gang reporter. For ea…
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In 1995, a disgruntled army veteran named Timothy McVeigh set off a bomb in downtown Oklahoma City. It damaged 50 apartment blocks and killed more than one hundred people. Journalist Jeffrey Toobin covered McVeigh’s trial and wishes he saw the bigger picture– that McVeigh’s story contained warning signs for the future. For early access to Crime Sto…
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Maurizio Gucci was killed in 1995 outside his Milan office. Police scrambled until a tipster came forward with a shocking claim: it was an inside job. Journalist Sara Gay Forden takes us inside this epic family drama. For early access to Crime Story episodes and to listen ad-free, subscribe to CBC's True Crime channel on Apple Podcasts. This episod…
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In 1997, members of a cult named Heaven's Gate took their lives in a mass suicide. Glynn Washington grew up in a cult and remembers thinking, could that have been me? Washington is now host of the podcast, Heaven’s Gate, and joins Crime Story to help us understand how 39 people were driven to death. For early access to Crime Story episodes and to l…
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In the new season of her Pulitzer Prize winning podcast Stolen, Connie Walker investigates the disappearance of two women on the Navajo Nation, a place where people say you can get away with murder. For early access to Crime Story episodes and to listen ad-free, subscribe to CBC's True Crime channel here. This episode's transcript can be found here…
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Dive into the gripping tale of Malcolm Macarthur, Dublin's charming socialite turned bank robber, whose desperate bid to maintain his lavish lifestyle spiraled into tragedy and scandal. For early access to Crime Story episodes and to listen ad-free, subscribe to CBC's True Crime channel here. This episode's transcript can be found here.…
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Near Highway 1 in Port Orange, Florida there is a biker bar called The Last Resort. It’s the kind of seedy little dive where people mind their own business. The name is fitting, because The Last Resort could also describe the occupation of the establishment’s most famous patron. It is the World’s oldest profession. To other bargoers, she went by th…
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Tristan Redman didn’t believe in ghosts ... until he was all but forced to consider the possibility. His new podcast, Ghost Story, investigates a murder in his own family and the stories we tell ourselves about the past. For early access to Crime Story episodes and to listen ad-free, subscribe to CBC's True Crime channel here. This episode's transc…
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Go deep inside one of America’s most pernicious lies with New York Times reporter, Elizabeth Williamson, who spent years uncovering the origins of the myth that Sandy Hook was a hoax. For early access to Crime Story episodes and to listen ad-free, subscribe to CBC's True Crime channel here. This episode's transcript can be found here.…
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The women in this story came to a fertility clinic at Yale hoping to become pregnant. They arrived expecting the utmost in care. But when a surgical procedure caused them excruciating pain, their doctors dismissed it. Susan Burton is the host of The Retrievals, a podcast that exposes what was actually going on behind the scenes. In this episode, we…
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Margie Ratliff wishes she could be scrubbed from the documentary that made her famous. In 2004, she appeared in The Staircase, a groundbreaking documentary series about the murder trial of her father, Michael Peterson. Margie was 22- years-old when it aired and has never escaped the documentary’s notoriety. In this special episode of Crime Story, M…
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In 2018, former Navy SEAL Eddie Gallagher was accused of committing war crimes. In The Line, Dan Taberski, creator of hit podcasts, Missing Richard Simmons and Running from COPS, unpacks his story and explores the increasingly blurry line between right and wrong in America’s forever wars. For early access to Crime Story episodes and to listen ad-fr…
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For nearly ten years, Amanda C. Riley relied on her community as she struggled through multiple relapses of cancer. Family, friends, and a group of online strangers supported Amanda emotionally, and made financial donations. There was just one problem: Amanda never had cancer. It was all an elaborate lie. Charlie Webster, host of the hit podcast Sc…
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In 1989, the city of Boston was gripped by the murder of Carol Stuart. Stuart was seven months pregnant when her husband Chuck told police a Black man shot and killed her. The police tore through Boston’s predominantly Black community Mission Hill neighbourhood, searching for a culprit. But by the time the real killer came to light, the damage was …
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Lana Clarkson was a budding comedian when her life took a tragic turn. On a shift at The House of Blues, she met the troubled “pop genius", Phil Spector. Spector worked with everyone from The Beatles to Tina Turner, but by 2003, he was an eccentric recluse. Spector begged Clarkson to come home with him and she reluctantly agreed. Hours later, she w…
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In the fifth episode of Season 6 of True Crime Horror Story, your host JD Horror brings you twisted tales of Necrophilia. This is Bring Out Your Dead Pt. 2. WARNING: This episode is EXTREMELY GRAPHIC AND DISTURBING and features incidents of desecration of corpses and necrophilia. Listener discretion is STRONGLY advised. This one is not for the fain…
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Why would an Ivy League institution protect a serial predator? In this episode, medical journalist Laura Beil, behind the award-winning podcast, “Dr. Death,” joins Crime Story to discuss her explosive investigation into New York’s most prolific sexual predator and the university that covered up his crimes. For early access to Crime Story episodes a…
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Harmony had been missing for 2 years, and nobody noticed. No one, but her mother. Unfortunately, Harmony's father had been given full custody of the sweet little girl, and he actively hid her from her mother. Harmony's mom knew something was wrong. And finally, somebody listened. This episode is graphic and disturbing, so please listen with caution…
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When a mysterious letter arrived on Eliza Robertson's doorstep, she didn't know what to think. It spoke of a young woman who had been murdered 30 years prior – and the culprit never found. Robertson was a fiction writer, but felt drawn to the story. Her powerful book, I Got A Name, takes readers on a cross-country investigation to understand Krysta…
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In 1969, Charles Manson unleashed his cult of murderous hippies onto the LA Hills. Decades later, it’s a saga that continues to inspire books, movies and memes. But how well do we really know the story that led to seven infamous murders? In Helter Skelter: An American Myth, documentarians Leslie Chilcott and Eli Frankel, deliver the most comprehens…
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***IF YOU HAVEN'T HEARD THE EPISODE YET GO BACK AND LISTEN, THIS IS THE AFTERSHOW AND WE'LL BE HERE WHEN YOU GET BACK. This is the Aftershow for S6E4: The House of Horrors. Join Dom & JD as they break down the cases in a more humorous way than the main show. Also, JD explains the long absence between shows. We're back, so LET THE NIGHT ROAR! This i…
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In the return episode of True Crime Horror Story, your host JD Horror brings you two tales about the Horrors of Philadelphia. In both stories he is joined by retired Homicide Detective Lamont Anderson who helped catch these twisted killers. Case #1: The House of Horrors - Gary Heidnik was the inspiration behind the killer Buffalo Bill in the movie …
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How should we deal with women who kill their abusers? In the Globe and Mail’s first longform podcast In Her Defence, reporter Jana Pruden tells the story of Helen Naslund, who shot and killed her husband after enduring 30 years of abuse. It’s a story about a long fight for freedom and a justice system stuck in the past. For early access to Crime St…
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Why would children risk their lives to run away from school? In the heart-wrenching podcast, Kuper Island, journalist Duncan McCue investigates the suspicious death of Richard Thomas, a student at Kuper Island Residential School. McCue uncovers stifled police investigations, confronts perpetrators of abusers and witnesses a community trying to rebu…
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Sharon Johnson’s family has spent decades coping with her brutal murder. But what if the story they were told is a lie? What if the man imprisoned for her murder is innocent? In season two of Jason Moon’s hit podcast Bear Brook, he investigates the case of convicted killer Jason Carroll. At 19, Carroll confessed to Johnson’s murder, but recanted a …
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Abducted in Plain Sight is a shocking, enraging watch that begs viewers to hold their judgment– even when it feels impossible. Skye Borgman is the award-winning director behind the film, which tells the story of a young girl abducted not once, but twice, by a family friend. As the creator of some of Netflix’s biggest documentaries, Skye is a skille…
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When 18-year-old Naomi Irion drove into the Walmart parking lot on the morning of March 12, 2022, it was still dark out. She parked her car, then chatted with friends on social media that were in other time zones, while she waited for the shuttle bus. It was her typical work-day routine. Naomi had no way of knowing that a determined predator lurked…
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Michelle Shephard was reporting in Mogadishu when she met a young refugee named Ismael Abdulle. Abdulle was 17 when he said local militants cut off his hand and foot for refusing to join the terrorist group, al-Shabab. Shephard brought Abdulle’s story to the world and helped spark a movement to bring him to safety. But in a new and intensely person…
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For nearly one hundred years, the Murdaugh family dominated rural South Carolina. No one dared cross them. But that changed in 2019 when one of the Murdaughs was involved in a tragic boating accident. Mandy Matney was a local reporter who began to ask deeper questions. Eventually she would expose a web of mysteries surrounding this now infamous Ame…
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In the early 2000s, Bikram Yoga spread across North America like wildfire. It was a multi-billion dollar business, spurred on by its eccentric founder, Bikram Choudhury. Choudhury was as close to yoga royalty as you could get and was unafraid to hide it. But according to some of his own students, his empire was built upon blood, sweat and tears – a…
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