Calling All True Crime Podcast Junkies :: The Sequel

Calling All True Crime Podcast Junkies :: The Sequel

Calling All True Crime Podcast Junkies :: The Sequel

I started listening to crime podcasts two years ago, and I must confess that I am genuinely true crime obsessed. I often find myself down the rabbit hole of internet searches, trying to discover everything I can about the latest podcast I am listening to. Something about learning what drives people to do what they do is fascinating.

My main reasons for listening to podcasts haven’t changed. I can pop in my AirPods and continue doing various chores while listening.

Below is a list of true crime podcasts that you should follow.

Your Own Backyard: The 20-year-old case surrounding a missing girl named Kristin Smart and the creepy college classmate who was the last one seen with her.

Culpable: A presumed suicide. The death of this young man left me with so many questions, especially since two other people were present in the tiny apartment when it happened.

Over My Dead Body (Season 4 – Gone Hunting): A young husband and father vanishes on a hunting trip, presumed eaten by alligators. Listen to the details about an obsessive love triangle, a shocking secret, and a mother’s quest for justice.

The King Road Killings: Four University of Idaho students are stabbed in their off-campus house on King Road. Listen along as ABC News provides behind-the-scenes information and updates as the investigation unfolds.

The Girl in the Blue Mustang: 18-year-old Michelle O’Keefe was found murdered in her shiny blue Mustang. Police are left with a confusing crime scene and a witness who knows too much.

Love and Justice: This is the story of 19-year-old Ashleigh Love. More than 13 years after her murder, the case is still cold. No suspects were arrested, and no justice has been served. No stone is left unturned while dozens of theories are vetted to answer the one simple question: Who killed Ashleigh?

Are you a self-proclaimed true crime addict? I would love to know what to listen to next. Let me know your favorites in the comments below.

Elizabeth and her husband Nicholas have been married for 13 years. They live in Geismar with their 3 children, Addison (9), Parker (5), and Laurel (2). She is from Franklin, LA and moved to Baton Rouge after receiving her Master’s in Business Administration from Southeastern Louisiana University. She is a Budget Administrator for the Department of Public Safety. She relies on sarcasm, a dry sense of humor, and the occasional cocktail to deal with the daily demands of motherhood. She loves crawfish, clean sheets, vacuuming, and the latest crime documentary on Netflix.


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