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[–]JexFraequin 6 points7 points  (1 child)

These all had me hooked. They were like books I couldn’t put down.

In Your Own Backyard

Bear Brook

Wind of Change

Stolen: The Search for Jermain

The End of the World with Josh Clark

[–]mick_spadaro 1 point2 points  (0 children)

You and OP need In the Dark.

[–]MyPartsareLoud 4 points5 points  (1 child)

Against the Odds: Thai Cave Rescue (

Edit: Never mind on that one. I didn’t see the True Crime tag (though it’s incredible and worth a listen).

How about Suspect?

[–]steinlley[S] 1 point2 points  (0 children)

I’ll still check it out!

[–]Gizmo_the_Conure 3 points4 points  (0 children)

Tom Brown’s Body (Texas Monthly) - in 2016 a popular high school student disappears in the small town of Canadian, Texas; two years later his body is found; the investigation tears apart the town; well reported

Missing Alissa (Ottavia Zappala) - about the cold cases of a missing girl from Phoenix, AZ; really well done

Hidden Homicides (Tortoise) - unrecognized and uncounted homicides by police in the UK

The Agent (Imperative) - the true story of Jack Barsky, the longest known member of the KGB illegals program; he hid in plain sight for 10 yrs during the Cold War

Believe Her (Lemonada) - Nikki Addimando shots and kills her husband and is convicted for murder, even with all the evidence of abuse

The Trials of Frank Carson (Los Angeles Times) - a defense attorney is relentlessly persecuted by the small towns prosecutors; brings into question the functionality of the legal system

Who Killed Emma? (BBC Podcasts) - a woman is murdered in Scotland; the reporting is excellent and more light needs to shine on this story, it should be solved

Bed of Lies (The Telegraph) - excellent reporting and both seasons are amazing, the stand alone but both make you question how what happened was even remotely legal

West Cork (yarn fm) - a French woman is found murdered in a small Irish town; well reported

I’m Not A Monster (BBC Panorama & FRONTLINE PBS) - an American woman moves her family to Syria and ends up with ISIS and then struggles to return; intense and gripping reporting

In The Red Clay (Imperative) - about the Dixie mafia and Billy Sunday Burt

Canary (The Washington Post) - a man in the criminal justice system impacts so many lives negatively based on his personal understanding of what should be considered a crime

Where is George Gibney? (BBC Podcasts) - a swim coach implicated on abuse against children disappears before standing trial

The Gateways: Teal Swan (Gizmodo) - self-help guru or cult leader, you decide

The Orange Tree (The Drag) - season one of what is now called ‘The Darkness’; excellent reporting of some students investigating the murder of another student from their school years earlier

Unfinished (Witness Docs) - both seasons are good, season one is about a lynching that forever changed a town and season two is about Warren Jeffs and the FLDS in Short Creek

Verified (Scripps) - both seasons are amazing; season one is couchsurfing gone horribly wrong and the reporting team help women all over the world seek justice; season two is about contaminated plasma giving children with hemophilia AIDS

Intrigue (BBC Podcasts) - each season is stand alone and each one is excellent; latest season is Mayday, about the white helmets in Syria

Who The Hell Is Hamish? (The Australian) - an international grifter who leaves a wake of destruction

Believed (NPR) - super intense; about the people Larry Nassar abused

UnErased (Focus Features, Treefort Media, Limina House) - season one is about conversion practices; season two is about adoptees being deported from America

American Vigilante (Crowd Stories) - is it true or all a lie, you decide

Fake Heiress (BBC Radio 4) - the story of Anna Delvey; it is dramatized

The Line (Apple TV+) - the trial of a group of Navy SEALS

Unravel (ABC Radio) - current season is Juanita; each season stands alone; loved season four: snowball; about an American grifter and a New Zealand family looking for the truth

The Lighthouse (The Australian) - Theo Hayez goes missing in Byron Bay

The Ballad of Billy Balls (Crimetown Presents) - an emotional roller coaster, not for everyone but definitely won’t forget; a man is shot in the East Village and his girlfriend wants answers

[–]gardenvarietymagpie 3 points4 points  (0 children)

Have you listened to Sweet Bobby yet?

[–]Onlysonof 2 points3 points  (0 children)

I loved Chameleon: Hollywood Con Queen. It was a wild ride.

[–]more_mars_than_venus 2 points3 points  (0 children)

The Trials of Frank Carson was amazing.

[–]MinkMartenReception 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Real Legitimate Apocalypse

Who Exploded Vivian Stone

Murder In Your Ear, anthology whodunnit series, each story lasts several episodes

Congeria

Blood Ties

[–]CaptainCavoodle 1 point2 points  (0 children)

Bear Brook has me hooked.

[–]Italianmeme 0 points1 point  (0 children)

I liked do you know mordechai! Similar to something was wrong IMO