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    Serial season one
    The pod that started it all, Serial’s first season deals with the disappearance and murder of high school senior Hae Min Lee in 1999 — and the subsequent conviction of her classmate and ex-boyfriend, Adnan Syed, for her murder. 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. The podcast’s immense success even led to a popular spinoff, Undisclosed, that continues to follow Syed’s battle to prove his innocence.
    Episodes: 10 in season one
    Length: 1 hour or less

    Missing and Murdered
    The first season centers on the unsolved 1989 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 1970s. 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-Townquickly became the podcast everyone was talking about. Its single season follows John, a man who despises his Alabama town and wants someone desperately to investigate the scion of a wealthy family who’s been going around town saying he got away with murder.
    Episodes: 7
    Length: 1 hour

    Dirty John
    Debra Newell is a successful interior designer who meets the titular John. He’s handsome, available, and just back from a year serving with Doctors Without Borders. Then things start to unravel. You’ll be hooked from the start.
    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. Didn’t expect a Godfather-style saga of alliances, betrayals, heists, mobsters, and crooked cops from this sleepy New England state? Prepare to be shocked. Season two, focusing on a new city (the sleuths of Reddit seem to think Detroit), will be released in fall 2018.
    Episodes: 18, plus 7 bonus episodes
    Length: 1 hour or less

    West Cork
    Presented as an Audible Original from Amazon, it’s no surprise that this audiobook meets true-crime podcast saga was a hit. What we know: Sophia Toscan du Plantier was found murdered on the edge of her property in Ireland, just days before Christmas in 1996. 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

    In the Dark
    In season one, you’ll learn about Jacob Wetterling, an 11-year-old boy who was kidnapped in rural Minnesota. Picking up 27 years later, reporter Madeleine Baran reveals major concerns with how law enforcement mishandled Jacob’s abduction — and how this failure fueled nationwide anxiety around stranger danger, not to mention the creation of the sex-offender registry. 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

    A Killing on the Cape
    From ABC Radio and 20/20, A Killing on the Cape offers a chilling look at the 2002 murder that rocked an idyllic Cape Cod town. 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. Ultimately, Worthington’s garbage man was convicted of her murder and rape — but it doesn’t end there.
    Episodes: 6
    Length: 1 hour or less

    Someone Knows Something
    David Ridgen follows a different case each season, starting with the mysterious 1970s 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. He knows the questions you want to ask and isn’t afraid to ask them. 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

    Up and Vanished
    The entire series of Up and Vanished focuses on the unsolved disappearance of Tara Grinstead. Host Payne Lindsey examines the 11-year-old case — the largest case file in Georgia history — and re-interviews persons of interest in the case to see whether there’s something that was overlooked.
    Episodes: 25 with many additional follow-up episodes
    Length: 1 hour

    Atlanta Monster
    From the creators of Up and Vanished and HowStuffWorks, Atlanta Monster turns an eye to one of the darkest moments in the city’s history: The 1979–81 Atlanta Child Murders, a two-year period that saw the disappearance and murder of over 25 black children and young adults.
    Episodes: 10 with a few additional follow-up episodes
    Length: 1 hour

    Accused
    Reporter Amber Hunt digs into the murder of 23-year-old Elizabeth Andes, who was found dead in her Ohio apartment in December 1978. Incredibly well produced and researched, it’s Cincinnati’s Serial. Season two, just released, focuses on the murder of a prison minister.
    Episodes: 17 over two seasons
    Length: 1 hour or less

    Death in Ice Valley
    This series offers a dark look into the Isdal Woman, an unidentified woman found in the icy wilds of Norway in 1970. Plenty of mood.
    Episodes: 10
    Length: 1 hour or less


    Like you’re chatting with friends

    My Favorite Murder
    Hosted by friends Karen Kilgariff and Georgia Hardstark, MFM breaks down the duo’s (yes) favorite murder that week. They kick off each episode with a check-in on the world of true crime and each other, putting you right there on the couch with them (and Elvis the cat). Conversational and not too serious, it’s by far one of the most successful of its type.
    Episodes: 122+ with 77 additional hometown murder mini-sodes
    Length: 1 hour or more

    Last Podcast on the Left
    One of the longer running true-crime podcasts, hosts Ben Kissel, Marcus Parks, and Henry Zebrowski offer in-depth dissections of each crime, frequently calling out their concerns. It’s like hanging out with really well-informed pals who aren’t afraid to yell “That seems suspicious!” mid-case. The two-part Casey Anthony series is a great place to start.
    Episodes: 325
    Length: 1 hour or more

    Wine & Crime
    Knowledgeable but lighthearted coverage of a variety of criminal-justice-system topics, but the real hook: this trio of lovely women from Minnesota perfectly pair their true crimes with wines. Always fresh but still respectful, Wine & Crime leaves you feeling informed but not too icky.
    Episodes: 75
    Length: 1 hour or more

    White Wine True Crime!
    Hosted by comedians Kari Martin and Caitlin Cutt. The show explores each case without making light of the subjects, presenting crimes you know (and many you don’t) in their unique way. Additionally, the L.A.-based duo also like to cover other popular true-crime series — their episodes on Netflix’s The Keepers are worth a listen.
    Episodes: 95+
    Length: 1 hour or more

    What Did You Do?
    Buddies Charneil and Dee don’t hold back as they talk over the crimes that you’ve likely never heard about in towns around the U.S. The hosts are incredibly refreshing, and they’ll have you walking around telling people to “be better.”
    Episodes: 14+
    Length: 1 hour or more

    True Crime Garage
    The pinnacle of best-friend vibes. The premise is delightfully simple: two friends in their garage, drinking beer, talking true crime. Recommended episodes: the Lululemon Murder and the Lauren Spierer case, parts one and two.
    Episodes: 223
    Length: 1 hour or more


    If you just want the facts

    Serial Killers
    Just like the name suggests, Serial Killers is about serial killers. Using both real recordings and voice actors, this podcast feels more like an audiobook than your standard podcast — and it’s terrifying.
    Episodes: 68+
    Length: 1 hour or less

    Cults
    Cults devotes two episodes to every cult, ensuring a thorough story each time. Not only do they cover the outfits that you already know about, like the Branch Davidians, but also the lesser known one that will make you question everything you thought you knew. (Also, shoutout to some other Parcast titles worth listening to: Female Criminals and Conspiracy Theories.)
    Episodes: 44
    Length: 1 hour or less

    Casefile True Crime
    The tag line: “Fact is scarier than fiction.” So true! With an anonymous Australian host leading you deep into each case, you won’t be able to walk away without chills. Working in its favor: incredible research and top-notch production.
    Episodes: 89
    Length: 1 hour or more

    Sword and Scale
    What sets this apart from most of its peers is its inclusion of primary documents like 911 calls, witness evidence, and interrogation tapes, which all help to tell a fuller story.
    Episodes: 115+
    Length: 1 hour or more

    The Mind of Madness True Crime Stories
    If you’ve been reading this list and have started wondering, “What the hell is going on in these killers’ minds?,” this is exactly the podcast for you.
    Episodes: 22+
    Length: 1 hour or more

    Generation Why
    Hosts Aaron and Justin deliver fact-filled but approachable discussions of some truly horrific moments throughout history — and they cover more than murder, too, with subjects ranging from Brock Turner to Jeffrey Dahmer to the Scream Murder. Highly addictive.
    Episodes: 278+
    Length: 1 hour or more

    True Crime Historian
    Host Richard O Jones brings long-forgotten cases back into the present, retelling them with an eye toward what makes them important, then and now.
    Episodes: 248+
    Length: 1 hour or more

    If you’re a procedural junkie
    Detective
    The tag line for this podcast says it best: “True stories from behind the yellow tape.” Each season explores real stories told by homicide detectives. Incredibly raw, emotional, and not for the light of heart.
    Episodes: 22 over 3 seasons
    Length: Less than 30 minutes

    Court Junkie
    Perfect for people interested in the forensic-science aspect of some of American true crime’s most interesting cases. What gives this podcast its special sauce is that it tends to focus on contentious cases where guilt or innocence is not so simple to answer.
    Episodes: 54+
    Length: 1 hour or more

    Real Crime Profile
    This podcast has an actual retired FBI agent on it. What more do you really need to know? Okay, a little more info: They also focus on the behavioral profiles of its cases. Call it a highbrow Criminal Minds.
    Episodes: 131+
    Length: 1 hour or less

    Small Town Dicks
    The show that insists small-town USA can produce some big-time crime. Each episode features the detectives who broke the case and real-life audio. Not sold? Well, the show is also anchored by identical-twin detectives Dan and Dave.
    Episodes: 30+
    Length: 1 hour or less

    Crime in Color
    Host Keyerra will bring you weekly episodes featuring cases involving people of color, always keeping the victims, the survivors, and the wrongly convicted in sight. Needless to say, these stories are important, and more of them should be heard.
    Episodes: 31+
    Length: 30 minutes or less

    If you want only unsolved cases
    Unsolved Murders: True Crime Stories
    If it wasn’t obvious, Unsolved Murders is all about unsolved murders. Brought to you by Parcast, it follows a format similar to its other titles (see: Cults) in which stories are broken out into two parts, all with incredible detail and in-depth research. The big difference: UnsolvedMurders takes on an old-school-radio style, with storytelling aided by acted-out bits of dramatization. Think War of the Worlds meets Serial.
    Episodes: 97+
    Length: 1 hour or less

    The Vanished
    The Vanished is absolutely heartbreaking. But the missing-persons series is an incredible service that allows listeners to submit their own stories, thus humanizing the worst moment in someone’s life. Bring your tissues.
    Episodes: 129+
    Length: 1 hour or less

    The Fall Line
    The Fall Line is focused on missing, marginalized people from Georgia; this is an America’s Most Wanted–style podcast for the masses. The show aims to shed light on those who are gone and bring public attention back to their cases. From the very first episode, listeners will find themselves running an emotional gauntlet.
    Episodes: 16, episode 2 is starting soon
    Length: 1 hour or less

    If you want international crimes
    True Crime Asia
    Hosted by Singaporean-American writer Melissa Powers, True Crime Asia presents baffling crimes from across the continent.
    Episodes: 6
    Length: 30 minutes or less


    They Walk Among Us
    The award-winning biweekly U.K. title features cases that range from horrific to bizarre.
    Episodes: 48
    Length: 1 hour or less

    Curtain
    Curtain highlights the racism faced by indigenous Australians in the justice system by closely exploring the case of Kevin “Curtain” Henry, who was accused of murder in 1992. The podcast regularly pulls back at points to give a broader view of issues specific to the country.
    Episodes: 55+
    Length: 1 hour or less

    Australian True Crime
    The tagline: “Think nothing ever happens in your town?”
    Episodes: 57+
    Length: 1 hour or less

    Canadian True Crime
    Our great northern neighbors keep their focus on “honouring and respecting victims and survivors,” which, honestly, can’t be said about all the other podcasts on this list.
    Episodes: 30+
    Length: 1 hour or more

    Celebrities and musicians
    Disgraceland
    When your industry’s motto is “sex, drugs, and rock and roll,” you can only imagine what kind of true-crime fodder is happening behind the scenes. Imagine no more: Disgraceland is here to fill your musical true-crime needs. Plus: Host Jake Brennan knows what really went down between Biggie and Tupac.
    Episodes: 11+
    Length: 1 hour or less

    Hollywood & Crime
    Hollywood & Crime specializes in cases from Hollywood’s golden age, including what might be the most complete investigation of the Black Dahlia, with 26 episodes fully dedicated to what’s probably Hollywood’s most notorious murder. But don’t fret, the team still goes deep on other Tinseltown crimes.
    Episodes: 40
    Length: 1 hour or less

    Crime in Sports
    Hilariously presented, this one offers wild romps in the world of sports, including some truly ridiculous crimes. Suggested starting point: the episodes about NASCAR driver Jeremy Mayfield’s wild career, amazingly titled “The Murdering, Gunslinging, Honor Student Gang Banger.”
    Episodes: 118+
    Length: 1 hour or more

    Case Notes
    The darkest and weirdest stories from music history, episode one — about how Joseph Haydn’s head was stolen from his grave.
    Episodes: 6+
    Length: 1 hour or less

    If you need a break from all the murder
    Criminal
    If you’re interested in true crime, want variety, and only have time for one podcast, then Criminal is for you. Every episode is expertly researched and presented in a no-nonsense straightforward manner. It’s true-crime storytelling at its best, taking you beyond just the police reports and sensational headlines.
    Episodes: 91+
    Length: 30 minutes or less

    Pretty Scary
    Conspiracy theories, ghosts, aliens, and amusement park disasters — all in one place. Hosted by comedians Adam Tod Brown, Caitlin Cutt, and Kari Martin (Cutt and Martin also host White Wine True Crime), Pretty Scary takes a look at all those downright weird happenings from the crime blotter. Occasionally there’s a murder or two thrown in there, but most episodes go outside of the traditional true-crime arena.
    Episodes: 33+
    Length: 1 hour or less

    Darknet Diaries
    You’ve binged all of Black Mirror, and you know what the bad side of technology can look like in the future. But what about right now? Darknet Diaries delves into the cybercrimes that are happening right under your nose. Some of these may hit a little too close to home: Cover your laptop camera, throw that iPhone in the river, and hang out in that weird no-reception corner or your home.
    Episodes: 17+
    Length: 1 hour or less

    Reveal
    Rather than spending all its time on murders, this unique podcast focuses more on compelling tales of deceit, corruptions, and all-around bad people. And it’s brought to you by reporters, resulting in journalistic investigations with clean storytelling.
    Episodes: 202+
    Length: 1 hour or less

    Swindled
    Inside the world of corporate crime and white-collar greed.
    Episodes: 14+
    Length: 1 hour or less

    The Grift
    The Grift takes deep dives into the world of con men, forgers, and fakes.
    Episodes: 10
    Length: 1 hour or less

    Pretend Radio
    Have you ever thought about becoming someone else? These are the true stories of people who pretend to be people they aren’t. It’s definitely one of the more unusual podcasts around.
    Episodes: 21+
    Length: 1 hour or less

    If you love ‘American Vandal’
    A Very Fatal Murder
    From the brilliant minds at the Onion
    Episodes: 6
    Length: 30 minutes or less

    Limetown
    Is it real? Is it fake? Okay, fine, it’s not real, but don’t let that deter you from this thrilling crime story. Limetown uses faux public-radio-style storytelling that makes it feel very real — oh, and season two returns this year.
    Episodes: 6, plus multiple extra one-minute shorts
    Length: 1 hour or less
     

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    http://www.abc.net.au/radio/programs/truecrime/introducing-blood-on-the-tracks/9772290

    This is a New South Wales one. A young man, Mark Haines found on railway tracks and made assumptions. No real investigation. The investigator I don't believe had any idea at the time the outcome at the end.

    There is also a youtube video with a description of the scene. Probably best after you have listened to a couple of episodes. There is also an Australian Story episode on it. Don't watch that either until the end or the last couple of episodes.
     
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    I started listening to this one and it was really good, then I think I saw the Australian Story segment on it and I didnt finish catching up. Might tune in again tonight.
     
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    This new Australian podcast seems to be pretty good, the hosts are relaxed and a bit cheeky. Here they tackle WA serial killer Eric Cooke, the Nightcaller.

    This week we discuss the horrifying tale of Eric Cooke, a man who couldn't hold a tune, but did hold Perth hostage. Hear about the brutality of Eric's life, the bizarre police plot that apprehended him and the enormity of the collateral damage.

    https://fairdinkumfreaks.podiant.co/e/3682a6403c5132/
     
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    Did you compile the list in the OP shellyg? Fantastic resource! Love podcasts and will certainly check some of these out. I have so far got through most of the Casefiles, the original Serial, Unravel (Blood on the Tracks), The Teachers Pet and Dead Wrong.
     
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    I didn't compile the whole list, I grabbed it from a couple of sources and tweaked it. If you want something a little bit different from the ones you've listened to, try Detective and Small Town Dicks. Both really interesting - the true story tellers are the cops and they don't hold much back.
     
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    Googling small town dicks could backfire on me but will check it out. Thanks for the list too.
     
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    ah haaaa let me know what you think :grinning:
     
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    "Background briefing" - Episode -More than a fight is another one similar to the Unravel podcast. Indigenous teenager Lewis "Buddy" Kelly whose body was found on the train tracks New Years Eve 1983. There seems to be a whole series of podcasts, not all related to crime.

    http://www.abc.net.au/radionational...t.au/rn/podcast/2018/09/bbg_20180930_0805.mp3

    Also available via podcasts. I haven't yet listened.

    It also looks like there may be more to come with Unravel on a different investigation.
     
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    http://www.abc.net.au/radio/programs/truecrime/introducing-barrenjoey-road/10325460

    New Unravel story about the disappearance of Trudy Adams who went missing on Barrenjoey Road, Newport on the Northern Beaches of Sydney. During the investigation many reports of female hitchhikers being picked up and raped and left in the Ku-Ring-Gai Chase National Park.

    https://www.theaustralian.com.au/ne...e/news-story/d1391693979b8d3a59265c23579a7307

    A lot of stories available but prime suspect in 2011 was Tween Johnson, now known as John David Anderson currently serving time.
     
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    Had to laugh when Senior Sergeant Lindsay said 'while the fervour around the true crime genre was interesting, people needed to make sure they did not take things too far and became the perpetrators themselves.

    Obviously if you go into someone's backyard you are committing the offence of trespassing, for example.'

    I imagined an enthusiastic sleuth ringing Crimestoppers

    Caller: "I'd like to report a crime please. I'm standing outside my neighbours bedroom window and I knew something was going on in there ... I can see a heap of marijuana and a bong on one of the bedside tables. On the other bedside table ... hang on I'll just zoom in with my phone .. pretty sure there's a couple of little empty plastic bags. I'll wait under this bush til the cops get here .."
     
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    Started on this one, only three episodes out so far I really want to binge on it. It's excellent. Barrenjoey Road
     
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    Thanks for the reminder. Did a bit of pre-reading on it beforehand. If it is anything like the first Unravel there should be some good analysis done.

    They keep going on about the Insular Peninsula. Rather scary thinking of people growing up there.
     
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    They're only half hour episodes, really looking forward to seeing how this rolls out. So well done its very easy to put yourself right there. One of the descriptions a witness has given of turning off one main road and suddenly being completely isolated and nobody can hear a thing.. spot on. Quite frightening.
     
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    A lot of creepy things with the episode. The ranger obviously had an intimate knowledge of the area. My directional sense is not that good that I could pin point and exact spot many years later. It must have haunted him particularly finding it untouched many years later.

    A couple of articles from the Australian after the 2011 inquest. Case wasn't referred to the DPP as there wasn't enough evidence.

    "The first line of investigation followed by the inquest involved a suspect named Neville Tween, a career criminal who was convicted of a brutal assault on a man in bushland in Sydney's north in 1975.

    Tween lived in the Terrey Hills area, close to where Adams disappeared, and drove a light-coloured panel van at the time.

    The second line of inquiry involved a group of young men who came to be known as the Roselands Lads and who had access to a green combi van.

    Mr Mitchell dismissed both these theories, saying there was not enough evidence for a jury to convict any of the men."

    https://www.theaustralian.com.au/ne...c05e37733?sv=93fe77e5d536244f2426fb89444fb0d9

    ""I strongly believe that Trudie Adams was kidnapped off the street by Tween and [Raymond] Johnson for the purpose of sexual assault," McKean wrote in a statement tendered to the court.

    "I believe that something went wrong as the two men went about the business of sexually assaulting Adams and she has been killed."

    Johnson took whatever secrets he had to the grave in October last year.
    Tween, now known as John David Anderson, is serving an 18-year sentence for a 2006 conspiracy to import $7 million worth of cocaine, for which his son, Michael, 32, was also convicted."

    https://www.theaustralian.com.au/ne...e/news-story/d1391693979b8d3a59265c23579a7307
     
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