Current True Crime Podcasts

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Kurve

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One of the most recent Casefile Podcats about the discovery of a mutilated body identified as Beverly McGowan is a brilliant listen. I'd never heard about the case, but it gained international attention as the killer was dubbed "the most wanted woman in the world".

That one's on my list. I'm listening to Felon now, after a long time the host is back. I like his voice.
 

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What happened to Belinda Peisley? All episodes are on here:

 

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New series, On Guard. Martin Bryant trades sex for chocolate apparently, not out long enough yet to be free so there's a subscription.

On Guard – an eight-part podcast – uncovers what really goes on behind bars as former correctional officers share shocking secrets from the frontline of working with some of Australia’s most infamous criminals.

There’s Kerry Corbin who had the unenviable task of minding Daniel Morcombe’s killer Brett Peter Cowan and Tony Burley who oversaw Australia’s worst killer – Port Arthur mass-murderer Martin Bryant for more than a decade.

 

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A few podcasts that I have been listening to recently
NSW Police State Crime Command - Investigations - A mix of unsolved and solved crimes and missing persons cases.

Finding Cleo
It's a mystery her family has been trying to unravel for decades after the young Cree girl was apprehended by child welfare workers in Saskatchewan in the 1970's. Her siblings say she was stolen, and then raped and murdered while trying to hitchhike back home, her body left at the side of the road somewhere in the United States.

They have no idea where she is, whether her name was changed, or if anyone has been charged in her murder.


The Prosecutors
2 US prosecutors go through unsolved fairly well known cases in the USA and suggest their most likely scenario to what has happened. I have listened to a few and the ones I would recommend so far are Maura Murray and Brian Shaffer. They can ramble a bit at the start as well at the end so there may be a bit of skipping forward required.
 

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I am enjoying Evidence Locker True Crime at the moment. There are mainly international cases but there are a few Australian cases, the latest being Snowtown. It is researcged from open sources and archive purposes. There is a bit of a description about the criminals and victims as well as the description of the crimes.



Another Unravelled Series from the ABC is out now. It is on Juanita Nielson Journalist and Activist that went missing from the Kings Cross Area in the 1970s.

 

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Listened to “What happened to Zac” podcast today. It was short and sharp but leaves you thinking about it. The answer seems like it will be an occams razor scenario, bit like Theo Hayez, but with no body it must be torture to the families.
 

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Not a podcast but feels apt: just found True Crime Recaps on YouTube.

This one randomly popped in my feed and ended up watching by 3 hours worth of them.



Id heard of it in passing but the details blew my mind. This one was particularly interesting too.

 
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Not a podcast but feels apt: just found True Crime Recaps on YouTube.

This one randomly popped in my feed and ended up watching by 3 hours worth of them.



Id heard of it in passing but the details blew my mind. This one was particularly interesting too.


I watched the Delphi murder ones and the videos really gave a better understanding of the crime. Even the comment that it took 10 to 15 minutes to cross the bridge and the way he linked events and people together.

Both of these are popular on true crime podcasts. It looks like they are also available via apple and spotify too.
 

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