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A beautiful young couple, Karla Homolka and Paul Bernardo, are getting married on the shores of Lake Ontario in the suburbs of Toronto, Canada. Meanwhile, in the neighboring town of Scarborough, locals are gripped with fear and the police are at a loss: a serial rapist is at large, showing no signs of stopping. Host Donnie Wahlberg traces the perpetrator's steps, only to find them leading back to the blond-haired blue-eyed groom.
Listen to Very Scary People now on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts.
In November 1993, a veteran discovers the body of a woman on a dirt road near Interstate-10 in Mobile, Alabama. She’s nude, drained of blood, and decapitated. But despite the horrific nature of the murder, it garners little sympathy in the press and detectives fail to close the case. Over the course of 8 episodes, host Sarah Cailean recounts her three-year investigation into this unsolved and perplexing murder that seems to leave more questions than answers. With the full support of the Mobile County Sheriff’s Office, she revisits the original investigation, digs up new evidence, and interviews new suspects - recording every step of the way. Cailean hopes to rectify the mistakes of the past and bring some answers to a family still struggling to make sense of what happened – and uncover just why it has been so hard to talk about.
Listen to Why Can't We Talk About Amanda's Mom? on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts.
From 1989 to 1990, Aileen Wuornos killed seven men as she hitchhiked along Florida’s highways. Some were giving a woman in need a ride, others gave her money for sex, but they all fell victim to the rock ‘n’ roll biker chick dubbed the ‘Damsel of Death’. Across 6 episodes, criminal psychologist Dr. Michelle Ward speaks to detectives, witnesses, and experts to delve into the mind of Aileen Wuornos, a woman fueled by rage after decades of abuse at the hands of men. We’ll hear Aileen’s innermost feelings and thoughts, through letters she sent from prison to her best friend.
Listen to Mind of a Monster: Aileen Wuornos on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts.
From 1978 to 1991 Jeffrey Dahmer murdered seventeen men and boys, attempted to kill at least two others, and attacked, drugged, and abused countless more. He cannibalized some of his victims, dismembered their bodies and preyed on the vulnerable to become one of the most depraved serial killers in American history. Across six episodes, criminal psychologist Dr. Michelle Ward consults with detectives, journalists, survivors, and witnesses to dive deep into the case of Jeffrey Dahmer. Investigating his crimes, Dr Ward tracks his trajectory as a killer and exposes the many opportunities that were lost to prevent his reign of terror.
Listen to Mind of a Monster: Jeffrey Dahmer on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or wherever you get your podcasts.
As an obsessive true crime fan, Daryn Carp has tons of cases stuck in her brain. Cases with loose ends that keep her from sleeping at night... and now she's digging deeper. From irregular investigations and inexplicable behavior, to questionable evidence and debate-able trials, Daryn is obsessed with wanting to know the truth and exploring some of the burning questions about the most confounding and controversial cases out there.
Unraveled: Once a Killer sees Alexis Linkletter and Billy Jensen investigate the most elusive criminal to ever strike — the "one and done killer." These mysterious offenders commit one brutal murder and disappear back into society, which makes them nearly impossible to catch. But could that be changing?
Nightmare Next Door is a true crime show that peels back the peaceful facade of small town America and exposes the dark secrets hidden behind its white-washed picket fences. Nightmare Next Door, the official Nightmare Next Door podcast from ID, dives into each real life murder mystery through first person accounts and unfolds the darkness amidst the colorful backdrop of the town and the characters that live there.
From romantic relationships to family bonds to the sordid history of the Chippendales, Betrayal with Daryn Carp explores love and all the dark ways it can go wrong. Each week Daryn is joined by a celebrity guest to help her dive in and discuss some of the most shocking cases of betrayal in the true crime world.
Unraveled: Experts on Trial investigates an alarming problem within the American criminal justice process: the business of forensic experts. It is a crisis in the courts that is decades in the making. Citing several cases as examples, Alexis Linkletter and Billy Jensen expose serious flaws with forensic expert testimony that routinely leads to tragedy and injustice within the U.S. court system.
What if your fourth grade pen pal turns out to be a sociopath who stalks you and your family and sends you death threats your entire life? Your internet friendship evolves into romance, but the in-person weekend of passion turns into decades of online abuse and harassment?
Disappeared, the official Disappeared podcast from Investigation Discovery, dives into stories of missing people and the chilling details of their disappearances. On every episode, you’ll hear direct audio from episodes of the hit TV series Disappeared — and now, you can uncover the mystery while you’re on the go.
Retired Birmingham homicide detective Chris Anderson, and defense attorney Fatima Silva give us a behind the scenes look at their murder investigations from the hit ID show Reasonable Doubt. The two will explain exactly what went into their final decisions and give us updates on the cases in this companion podcast to the ID series.
Two serial killers, Dean Corll and John Wayne Gacy, thousands of miles apart, brutally murdered over 60 teenage boys. For the first time we reveal that they were connected by a network of pedophiles which was partially financed by prominent members of American society.