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Each week, Rebekah Sebastian interviews fascinating people connected to true crime and criminal justice in unique ways. From veteran attorneys like Kirk Nurmi ( Jodi Arias) and David Rudolf ( Michael Peterson) to retired law enforcement officials. Cult experts and cult survivors, your favorite podcasters like Justin Evans ( Generation Why), Maggie Freleng (Unjust and Unsolved), and Katie + Kimberly. ( A Date with Dateline) From victims advocates to courageous survivors, together they explore ...
 
Delving into the most dark and disturbing missing persons cold cases. Season 2 follows the disappearance of Doreen Vincent, who vanished from her father's house on June 15, 1988 in Wallingford, Connecticut. Hosted by Sarah DiMeo.
 
A sheriff's deputy. His 10-year-old son. A bitter custody battle. A haunting death. Was it suicide? Or something more sinister? Twenty-five years later, authorities decided to take a closer look. So did Mercury News reporter Julia Prodis Sulek. Join her on a whirlwind journey from Silicon Valley to Oklahoma’s cowboy country as she explores a brutal question: How did a 10-year-old boy end up hanging on the family farm?
 
The Living Dead Girls Broadcasting from Buffalo's own Think Twice Radio, The Living Dead Girls is a podcast that covers true crime, unsolved mysteries, the paranormal, and generally spooky and bizarre topics. We're just two #murderino #paranerds who want to talk it up. You can reach us at livingdeadgirlspodcast@gmail.com and can follow along with our updates and news at Facebook.com/livingdeadgirlspodcast
 
Cold is a narrative podcast series focused on missing persons cases. Investigative journalist and host Dave Cawley takes on a single story with each season. Season 1 tells of the unsolved disappearance of Susan Powell on Dec. 7, 2009. Season 2 digs into the vanishing of Joyce Yost on Aug. 10, 1985. Cold is a KSL Podcast. Bonus content, including pictures and case materials on the Cold website. All episodes of Cold season 1 and 2 can be found on Amazon Music.
 
The Cold Case Chronicles are the finding of a group of women dedicated to researching, investigating, and reporting their findings on cold cases. Follow along, as Amy, Ali Alicia, and Dani learn, dissect information, build suspect lists, and assist police. These are the Cold Case Chronicles, and Season One is Little Linda Weldy.
 
Was Donna Richmond's murder the end of a string of burglaries and homicides in small-town California? Was the wrong person convicted? This podcast provides new information and insight into Donna's case. We also detail a string of ransacking burglaries, the murder of another young teen, and the shooting of a father protecting his daughter as she was being kidnapped. The police came close to catching the ransacker, but he shot his way out. Were all of these crimes committed by the same person? ...
 
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I had so much fun talking with Amanda Montell, a linguist, who uses that background as the lens through which to explore cults. Between that and her Dad coming of age in the cult, Synanon, she has a lot to say about cults, and the language we all have grown used to which is ... cultish. This is a fascinating and funny conversation and will make you…
 
Life on death row is something we don't hear much about. Our guest is former Utah State prison warden Ken Shulsen. He worked almost every job at the prison including overseeing several high-profile executions. He was once taken hostage in a prison riot. Amy and Sheryl also talk big moments from Episode 12 and Cold host Dave Cawley responds to a voi…
 
Let's kick off Season 3 with a really interesting conversation around MLM's, shall we? Are MLM's a cult? Why do so many end in disaster? The directors of LuluRich, Jenner Furst and Julia Willoughby Nason, delve into their why's and how they got LulaRow founders, Mark and Deanne, to talk, and also a burgeoning new category of content: TRUE COMEDY. O…
 
Case # 162b: Palliative Care and Death with Dignity Classification: [Controversial Topics] The Hosts and Guest Dr. Adam Fowler continue talking about the complications palliative care doctors commonly treat, clear up myths about Palliative care, and have a frank discussion about what people should do to prepare for their death. -Sponsored by- Our P…
 
Episode 93 Sharon Blankenbeckler Twenty year old Sharon Blankenbeckler grew up in the small town of Chilhowie, Virginia. On March 10,1977, she traveled to the nearby town of Marion to apply for a job at the K Mart there and never returned home. Her parents wasted no time involving police, and Sharon's car was found in the K Mart parking lot with a …
 
A man who defended Doug Lovell in court has a few things to say about what went down. Hosts Ann Dent and Sheryl Worsley spoke with defense attorney Mike Bouwhuis. Cold Host Dave Cawley joins the show for big moments. Talking Cold is honest and frank conversations about the issues brought forward in the latest episode of the Cold podcast. We begin w…
 
Case #162a: Palliative Care and Death with Dignity Classification: [Controversial Topics] Death, it’s the unrelenting force that will come for us all. Preparing people for the reality of passing on and the health complications leading up to death are the problems guest Dr. Adam Fowler will lead the OVPOD crew through today -Sponsored by- Our Patron…
 
Investigators conducted five official searches for Joyce Yost's body, but came up empty. Cadaver dogs were used multiple times. Amy Donaldson and Sheryl Worsley talk with cadaver dog trainer Jayson Harames with Utah Search Dogs about the abilities and limitations of dogs in finding human remains. Talking Cold is honest and frank conversations about…
 
Classification: [Real world Lore] The third installment of OVpod’s Mysterious recordings, What animals sound like human screams? What pitch does a black hole sing in? What would it sound like to be on a boat in the midst of being attacked by German troops? Find those, and more, in this edition of Mysterious Recordings -Sponsored by- Our Patrons at …
 
Introducing Suspect from Wondery A big Halloween party at an apartment complex in Redmond, Washington. Themed rooms and costumed partygoers. But by the end of the party, one of the hosts is dead. The police look to the partiers as the prime suspects: was it the guy in the devil mask, the bank robber, the construction worker? As investigators comb t…
 
Episode 92 James Terry In October, 2010, 48 year-old Channelview, Texas resident James Terry was beaten to death inside the camper he lived in on a private piece of land. James was well-liked, and was a hard worker, but could sometimes clash with some people, especially if he was drinking. But no one could imagine who would want him death, and the …
 
When a criminal defendant gets the death penalty it can feel like a life sentence to the families of the victims. Amy and Sheryl speak with Matt Hunsaker, whose mother, Maurine Hunsaker, was murdered when he was 10 years old in 1986. The ladies also speak with former capital case defense attorney Mark Moffat about the state of the death penalty in …
 
If DIE-ALOGUE did state of the union addresses, this episode would be considered one. WELCOME! Today you will hear all about what is ahead for Season 3 of DIE-ALOGUE. I will continue to host and produce the long form interviews you know ( and I hope love,) and I will also be adding to a few elements to the show! Time for a shake up! In addition to …
 
Case # 160b: The Sinking of The Essex Classification: [History] The Essex is sunk, the whale that stoved it lived on. The only question left, who will survive to tell the tale? Join in on a tale grimmer than fiction as the crew of the Essex fight off starvation, salt toxicity, tuberculosis, and each other. -Sponsored by- Our Patrons at http://www.p…
 
What is it like to work as a detective investigating Cold cases? Amy Donaldson and Sheryl Worsley sat down with Special Agent Brian Davis of the Utah State Bureau of Investigation and member of the state's new Cold Case Unit. He discusses what it's like to investigate a murder when there is no body and the biggest, most rewarding case of his career…
 
Case # 160a: The Sinking of The Essex Classification: [History] The real-life event that inspired “Moby Dick”. The real story of a whale taking “revenge” on a whaling vessel, and the survival struggle that ensued. How many lives will the hunt for sperm whales claim? Tune in to find out -Sponsored by- Our Patrons at…
 
FINAL EPISODE IN THE SUMMER SERIES! Most of you know that I have followed the NXIVM cult closely. Reporter + author, Sarah Berman, joined me on the podcast earlier this year, and today, I am airing another part of our conversation - previously only released on my Patreon exclusive show, TRIALOGUE: a court room conversation. You can learn more about…
 
Introducing Dr. Death Season 3: Miracle Man from Wondery Paolo is a smart and handsome surgeon, renowned for his ability to perform surgeries that transform his patients’ lives. When television producer Benita covers him for a story, he’ll transform her life too, but not in the ways she expects. As Benita crosses professional lines to be with him, …
 
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