My (Work-in-Progress) List of True Crime Podcasts

You don't know how many times I've Googled "list of true crime podcasts" and been frustrated with the search results. Maybe this genre is still to niche to warrant a comprehensive list of most---if not all---true crime podcasts. But, how useful would that be for obsessive-types like myself? I have so many opinions about true crime podcasts, but no one with whom to share them in real life! I mean, I spend most of the work day with headphones on, listening to podcasts about fucked up shit. And because I'm a DIY-type person,  I decided to make that list myself.

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2017 in Crime & Justice: Part II

Aaaand I'm back---and only a week late---with just some of the high-profile cases that dominated the latter half of 2017. Old school killers made headlines with the death of Charles Manson and the positive identification of a body found in John Wayne Gacy's crawl space four decades ago. Zachary Adams's long-awaited trial for the murder of … Continue reading 2017 in Crime & Justice: Part II

Eight True Crime Podcast Episodes Worth Listening To

The rising popularity of true crime and podcasts gives us a virtual all-you-can-eat buffet of options. But, this makes it harder to wade through the shit and find something good.  Avoid the crap and find out which eight true crime podcasts episodes are worth your time.

FBI Vault: Serial Killers and Mass Murderers

Have you heard of the FBI Vault, the Bureau's Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Library? If like me, you fancy yourself true crime researcher, the online reading room might be your version of heaven. The Vault includes thick files on some of the most notorious, primarily American serial killers and mass murderers: Andrew Cunanan (3 parts) The … Continue reading FBI Vault: Serial Killers and Mass Murderers