December 23, 2019
Introducing the next installment in the Monster series, Monster: DC Sniper. Listen to the teaser now and don't forget to subscribe here so you never miss an episode! In the fall of 2002, an unidentified sniper began shooting random people in Maryland while they went about their everyday lives. Learn more about your ad-choices at
December 16, 2019
One crime, four suspects, 20 million fans, can you SOLVE the case? Listen now everywhere podcasts are found: Learn more about your ad-choices at
December 4, 2019
Host Rainbow Valentine discovers her artist mom and 'businessman' dad were deeply involved in the illegal drug trade and unknowingly spent her childhood among a massive pot distribution operation. As she talks with her father in intimate interviews, Rainbow Valentine uncovers a history of her childhood that causes her to reassess everything — and gives us a unique personal window into the infamous counter-culture of Marin County in the 70s and 80s -- from Ken Kesey's acid tests and the birth of the Grateful Dead to a drug culture that hardened and became more dangerous in response to the War On Drugs. Disorganized Crime is now available wherever you get your podcasts. Listen here. Learn more about your ad-choices at
October 24, 2019
In January of 1989 the director of Oregon’s Department of Corrections, Michael Francke, was brutally stabbed to death outside his office in Salem. The murder was quickly ruled a “car burglary gone wrong” and pinned on a low-level drug dealer named Frank Gable, a man who Francke's own brother, Kevin, along with storied Oregon reporter Phil Stanford, believe has been wrongfully imprisoned for nearly 30 years. They believe Francke had uncovered a trail of corruption in the prison system— one that led to the top of Oregon’s political establishment. Murder In Oregon follows the two men on a decades-long journey, bordering on obsession, into Oregon’s drug and crime-infested underworld to answer one question: Who really killed Michael Francke? The first episode of Murder in Oregon is now available. Listen here.  Learn more about your ad-choices at
September 16, 2019
Five years ago, journalist Jasmyn Morris discovered a book called Hit Man: A Technical Manual for Independent Contractors, and the fact that it’d been used to commit a triple murder. From iHeart Radio and Hit Home Media, this is the story of a man who had a hand in many of Motown’s hits, the hit on his family, an elusive author, a murder manual, and how the drive for money can sometimes cost too much.  The first few episodes of Hit Man are now available. Listen here.  Learn more about your ad-choices at
August 20, 2019
Dean Corll was one of the deadliest killers in history. But it wasn’t the cops who brought him down. It was his own accomplice. Learn more about your ad-choices at
August 13, 2019
Dean Corll liked to give free candy to the kids, especially the young boys, and he loved throwing parties for the teens. So why was he often seen digging at night near the candy shop? Learn more about your ad-choices at
August 6, 2019
Donald “Pee Wee” Gaskins Jr. successfully committed one of the most audacious and brutal attacks ever attempted while on death row – and he did it from the confines of his own cell. Learn more about your ad-choices at
August 1, 2019
Wayne Williams, convicted killer and suspected serial killer, is thought to be responsible for nearly 30 deaths in the infamous Atlanta child murders. This 40-year-old tragedy is the subject of the podcast Atlanta Monster. The acclaimed FBI criminal profiler who got inside this killer's head is retired special agent John Douglas, whose work inspired the Netflix series Mindhunter. In this special bonus episode, Atlanta Monster host Payne Lindsey interviews Douglas about his work on Atlanta's Missing & Murdered case. Learn more about your ad-choices at
July 30, 2019
From the start, Donald “Pee Wee” Gaskins Jr. lived a life of crime. Between prison and parole, Pee Wee learned that, if he didn’t want to be the victim, he’d have to kill his way to the top. Learn more about your ad-choices at
July 23, 2019
Stephen McDaniel thought he could outsmart the authorities. But this law school student accidentally told on himself... and it was all caught on camera. Learn more about your ad-choices at
July 16, 2019
Stephen McDaniel had a crush on his next door neighbor. But this isn’t a love story. This crush ends with a headless torso. Learn more about your ad-choices at
July 9, 2019
It's been 15 years since Arthur Shawcross committed his last murder. Now that he’s out of prison, not only has his appearance changed, so have his victims. Learn more about your ad-choices at
July 2, 2019
Arthur Shawcross was paroled after less than 15 years in prison. Had the authorities known what was next, they never would have let him out. Learn more about your ad-choices at
June 27, 2019
Herb Baumeister was spiraling out of control, and the wall that kept his two lives separate was beginning to crumble. Learn more about your ad-choices at
June 27, 2019
Herb Baumeister spent his days as a father, a husband, and a businessman. But at night, he committed murderous acts in front of an audience that could never tell a soul. Learn more about your ad-choices at
June 20, 2019
What happens when you immerse yourself in true crime, night after night, digging deeper into the lives of serial killers? What are the consequences to a person's psyche? From iHeartRadio and TenderfootTV comes a new podcast about twisted serial killers and one man's journey through their stories. Learn more about your ad-choices at
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