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  • How did three women completely vanish without a trace? Host Anne Roderique-Jones travels to the Ozarks to follow an unsolved crime in her hometown of Springfield where Stacy McCall, Suzie Streeter, and Sherrill Levitt went missing on June 7 of 1992. The Springfield Three: A Small-Town Disappearance is an investigative true crime podcast produced by editaudio and written and hosted by journalist Anne Roderique-Jones who weaves in her own personal narrative as she examines the intricate trail of stories behind the disappearance of three women who forever changed a small Missouri town—and the people in it.

  • Young women on the border between Vietnam and China find themselves caught between a violent custom and a vicious criminal underworld. Investigating the mysterious disappearances of his teenaged friends, an Australian filmmaker uncovers a human trafficking crisis and sparks an incredible series of events. Join us for the incredible true story behind the acclaimed 'Sisters for Sale' documentary, featuring gorgeous music by Johanna N. Wilson.

  • The Sure Thing is the untold story of how two university friends hatched a near perfect crime, only to be undone by the desire for more. Angus Grigg pieces together Australia's biggest insider trading scam in a new six-part podcast from The Australian Financial Review. New episodes released every Monday 6am AEDT.

  • Welcome to The Missing Files Podcast. We explore missing person cases, cold cases and Australian mysteries. Produced and hosted by Adam Drummond, regular team members are investigative journalist Daniel Johns, former NSW Police Commander Detective Superintendent Michael Rowan and editor Matt Olsen.

  • Ghost Gate Road is one of those rare stories that you can never unhear, and it will embed itself in your subconscious like a virus and haunt you. Through time psychopaths have lived amongst us. But there are psychopaths and then there is Australia’s Vince O’Dempsey. Currently in prison for life for three murders, and charged with another, he has self-confessed to thirty-three killings. His weapons of choice are knives, and as a last resort, his bare hands. On the serial killer pop charts thirty-three victims puts him way above the Milwaukee cannibal Jeffrey Dahmer, on a level-pegging with the Killer Clown, John Wayne Gacy, and just a fraction behind the infamous Ted Bundy. But Vince’s criminal associates laugh at his humility when it comes to a body count. All are convinced that his tally exceeds 100 victims. In this podcast series, author and journalist Matthew Condon, takes us back to Vince’s early years, where he terrorised a small country town and ultimately graduated to become the most feared man in the Australian underworld. We will piece together the story of his victims over half a century. We will talk to men and women who were close to him - family, workmates, fellow gangsters - and survived his evil. Gang members and criminals who worked shoulder to shoulder with Vince in the underworld finally speak out about the killer in their midst. And we will search deep into wild bushland for that unholiest of Grails – Vince O’Dempsey’s mythical private graveyard, where his many victims rest.

  • A collection of raw stories from people who grew up facing adversity in the suburbs. You'll hear stories of inspiration, failure and success, crime, addiction and the perils of the underworld. Not always for the faint-hearted.



  • Tragic incident or unfinished business? The 1993 death of Daniel Yock sparked a wildfire of anger fuelled by decades of bad blood between police and the Aboriginal community. Thin Black Line investigates the profound impact of a death in custody.

  • Stalking is prevalent in Australia. There are hundreds of cases reported every year. These people’s existence have been besieged by a stalker. Survivors often are voiceless and have no place to tell their stories. This podcast is giving a voice to these victims. A place to tell their stories. Hopefully we can help others who are in this terrible situation to fight back.  

  • Over three decades ago, 7-year-old Jaclyn Dowaliby vanished from her bedroom in the middle of the night while everybody else in the suburb slept soundly. It's frightening for a parent to think that someone could sneak into their child's bedroom completely undetected. It's terrifying for a parent to think that they could be suspected. This investigative true crime series dissects a case that has polarized and puzzled the minds of those who know it. Compiled using thousands of pages of files, trial transcripts and archives as well as interviews with those involved and source audio, this is The Shattered Window.

  • RED FLAGS is a weekly talk show designed to be a one-stop shop for all the latest buzz in the true crime world. Crime writer Tori Telfer and armchair detective turned Tik Toker Karina Michelle share their unique perspectives, passion for investigation, and insightful analysis as they lead listeners through the latest crime headlines and shocking stories. Red flags warn us of danger, but they also show us where to look for solutions -- and our hosts move beyond the headlines to explore the systemic issues beneath the warning signs. Each episode offers a thrilling deep dive into a notable case with the help of expert guests.

  • Acclaimed ghost hunters Anne and Renata delve into high profile paranormal cases to investigate the stories and inconsistencies behind the reported hauntings.

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  • From Marc Smerling, the creator behind The Jinx and Crimetown, comes a story of murder, friendship and betrayal. In 1979, Ex-Green Beret Doctor Jeffrey MacDonald was convicted of the murders of his pregnant wife and two young daughters. When he meets a famous young journalist named Joe McGinniss, the two become fast friends. Joe agrees to write a book about Jeff’s case to finally reveal the truth. The book, Fatal Vision, became a smash bestseller and a TV limited series watched by millions of people. But the story it told wasn’t the story Jeff expected…And that sets off a series of events that ruins both their lives.

    Morally Indefensible is a companion to the FX docuseries, A Wilderness of Error coming to FX September 25, and streaming next day on Hulu.

  • Real-life partner's in crime Tama J and Laura Elise delve into the world of true crime in a way that is totally healthy and not at all creepy. Join the duo in Bored Millennial's new true-crime series, 'Best Served Cold'. Together they'll discuss all things underworld; serial killers, cults, conspiracy theories, and good ole fashioned murder.

  • In 1980s Los Angeles, a group of prep school boys  got together to make investments together, get rich quick, and live large. But headed by a handsome and charismatic leader named Joe Hunt, the members of the self-proclaimed “Billionaire Boys Club” get sucked deeper into twisted schemes of kidnapping, torture, and revenge. The boys must stick together, or risk prison - or worse.

    From the makers of The Wonderland Murders, Young Charlie, and The Dating Game Killer, this six-part series is co-hosted by Tracy Pattin and Emmy-nominated actor Timothy Olyphant.

  • Buried cash. DEA moles. Sibling rivalries. Skydiving planes. Fast cars. And an exploding hash lab. A group of college friends took advantage of Colorado’s medical marijuana laws to create one of the longest, most lucrative smuggling runs in U.S. history. But when a drug mule flipped, the whole enterprise came crashing down— and revealed how the marijuana black market is not just evolving in the era of legal weed, but thriving.New episodes publish Tuesday mornings.

  • Bad Apple the Podcast hones in on the world of Aus and NZ true-crime, from chilling unsolved disappearances to the most infamous serial killers. Join us as we take a closer look at the bad apples lurking in our own backyards. Hosted by Rylee and Helen.

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    Bad Apple is recorded on the lands of the Wurundjeri People of the Kulin Nations. We pay our respects to elders past, present and emerging.

  • A police veteran who also served as a UN Peacekeeper in a war zone tells true stories of crime, life, death and survival as witnessed through his eyes. Insightful, eye-opening and at times gruesome, prepare yourself for something you hadn’t thought possible or would expect.

  • This is the story of the wrongful conviction of Brendan Dassey. When Brendan Dassey uttered “I’m really stupid Mum, I can’t help it” this was not the failure of a vulnerable teenager but the exposure of the systemic failings of Wisconsin's criminal justice system. This season join me as I step back into Manitowoc 2005 and explore and re-examine the factors at the heart of this profound miscarriage of justice.

  • A weekly podcast that retells stories of monsters, murder, and mayhem. Join crime obsessed host, Elizabeth Rodriguez, every Tuesday and Thursday as she dives deep into a new case!