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Fortunately for you, we dug deep and listened to hours of tape to find the absolute best of the bunch. Reporter and host Sarah Koenig follows up on thousands of documents and trial testimony while also talking to everyone she can find, resulting in reams of research that raise even more questions about what really happened. Episodes: 10 in season one Length: 1 hour or less. Missing and Murdered The first season centers on the unsolved murder of Alberta Williams in British Columbia, following reporter Connie Walker as she meets with the person who sent her the tip in the first place.

Season two shifts its focus to Cleo, a young Cree girl who was apprehended by child welfare workers in Saskatchewan in the s. Her family tells a different story, however, of how she was stolen, raped, and murdered. Episodes: 18 over two seasons Length: 1 hour or less. S-Town From the same producers as Serial , S-Town quickly became the podcast everyone was talking about. Episodes: 7 Length: 1 hour. Dirty John Debra Newell is a successful interior designer who meets the titular John. Then things start to unravel.

Episodes: 6 Length: 1 hour or less. Crimetown Season one explores the dark underbelly of Providence, Rhode Island, where organized crime and corruption once ran rampant. Prepare to be shocked.

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Season two, focusing on a new city the sleuths of Reddit seem to think Detroit , will be released in fall Episodes: 18, plus 7 bonus episodes Length: 1 hour or less. What we know: Sophia Toscan du Plantier was found murdered on the edge of her property in Ireland, just days before Christmas in But things just begin there. Follow along with journalist Sam Bungey and producer Jennifer Forde as they try to solve this brutal mystery. Episodes: 1 Length: Almost 8 hours. The lauded second season takes a different path with the case of Curtis Flowers, a black man who, over the past two decades , has been tried six times for the same crime — and has maintained his innocence throughout. A great dive into the annals of the justice system. Episodes: 17 over two seasons Length: 1 hour or less. Fashion writer Christa Worthington was found stabbed to death with her 2-year-old daughter unharmed by her side, and after a three-year search, the entire community was under suspicion. Someone Knows Something David Ridgen follows a different case each season, starting with the mysterious s disappearance of a 5-year-old Ontario boy.

Ridgen is incredibly thorough and his sensitive Canadian approach sets Someone Knows Something apart from the pack. Worth noting: Season four offers a fascinating, well-reported deep dive into a mail bomb murder. Episodes: 36 over 4 seasons, plus a few short updates Length: 1 hour or less, although a few tip just over an hour. Episodes: 25 with many additional follow-up episodes Length: 1 hour. Episodes: 10 with a few additional follow-up episodes Length: 1 hour. Accused Reporter Amber Hunt digs into the murder of year-old Elizabeth Andes, who was found dead in her Ohio apartment in December Season two, just released, focuses on the murder of a prison minister.

Prepare for constant chills and plenty of mood. Episodes: 10 Length: 1 hour or less. The first season, which garnered the show a national following, digs into the murder of high school student Hae Min Lee and the potentially-wrongful conviction of her ex-boyfriend Adnan Syed and continues to be a must listen for those new to the format. The show also has two subsequent season, one following the tale of Bowe Bergdahl, an American soldier who was help captive by the Taliban for 5 years after leaving his post in Afghanistan, and a third season that examines a variety of cases that pass through a single courthouse.

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Want to put your inner detective on the case? On this podcast, former cold case investigator Paul Holes and journalist Billy Jensen, who achieved fame for their involvement in the Golden State Killer case, bring stories of unsolved cases to the fore, examining the evidence and opening up the opportunity for listeners to get involved in helping to solve the crimes.

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From sports, to politics, to celebrities behaving badly, it gives its subjects an in-depth look to explain how these bad acts came to pass, and how they continue to effect the world we live in today. Type keyword s to search. Today's Top Stories. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below. The Clearing. Bear Brook. Courtesy of New Hampshire Public Radio. Courtesy of Criminal. LISTEN NOW Rather than focusing on a single case, Criminal hosted by the dulcet-voiced Phoebe Judge looks at a broad range of criminal behavior, often delving into the psychology and sociology behind the cases as disparate as the Swedish bank robbery that gave us the term "Stockholm Syndrome" to people who steal wood from the Petrified Forest National Park.

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