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  • Here we cover the side of the horse industry that no one wants to talk about: true crime, scandals, horror stories and more. Want to submit your story? Email me at or contact us on

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  • On Nov. 8, 1992, Angela "Mischelle" Lawless was murdered on the exit ramp of the interstate near her home in rural Missouri. Less than two years later, an 18-year-old man named Josh Kezer was convicted of the crime. Kezer was exonerated in 2009 on an "actual innocence" ruling. This podcast examines the investigation of the murder, and whether law enforcement intentionally convicted an innocent man while protecting the state's star witness from suspicion. This podcast is hosted by a veteran journalist and is based on original reporting, interviews and thousands of pages of records.

  • Mafia Tapes dives into the legend of the notorious DeMeo Crew, and their once trusted associate Dominick Montiglio. The 8-part series tells the story of Dominick’s life, at the center of one of the most vicious mafia crews in history. With access to newly discovered audio tapes featuring Dominick, this isn’t your average mob tale. This is the real story of a man battling with the two sides of his nature: the hero and the villain; the truth teller and the con man; the lover and the fighter; the mortal and the immortal. Dominick Montiglio, in his own words, for the last time.

  • According to the official story, on April 4th, 1968, a lone gunman assassinated Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, Tennessee. That man, James Earl Ray, pled guilty and for most people the case was closed. The MLK Tapes, a new true crime podcast from the creators of Atlanta Monster and Monster: DC Sniper, explores rare recordings of eye-witness testimony and new interviews with people who were there to reveal the true story of the plot to kill Dr. King.

  • A podcast featuring a creep and her creep tolerant friend, diving into the background of all things horror. History, sociology, and politics, from zombies to serial killers.

  • Prison Counts is a true crime podcast created, co-hosted, and produced by exoneree Ryan Ferguson who spent 10 years in maximum security prison for a crime he did not commit. Along with co-host David Dowling, their goal is not only to entertain with stories of what it's truly like to live life in prison but to give a voice to the voiceless while also shedding a light on how our criminal justice system actually operates. No where else can you find interviews from prisoners, investigators, wardens, lawyers, and cops all in one place. Welcome to your all access behind the scenes of criminal justice in America like you've never seen before!

  • This is a podcast series about the disappearance of Brian Shaffer, a 27 yr old med. student in Columbus Ohio, who went out on the 31th of march in 2006 to enjoy a night out bar hopping to celebrate the beginning of Spring break. He was observed by the entrance area in the campus bar "The Ugly Tuna Saloona" at around 2am, by which after he was never seen or heard from again.

  • Did You Lock the Door is a true crime podcast that will take a deep dive in to the craziest cases you can think of, both solved and unsolved. Feel free to send in ideas and case suggestions to or @lockthedoorpod on Instagram. :) 

  • Episode One - Child Killers Adan Canela, Parlicarpio Espinoza & Unsolved Destiny Harrison

  • On April 1, 2008 Skye Budnick took a one way ticket to Japan. She was never seen again. Surviving Skye is hosted by Megan Lebron, Skye’s sister. This is a first hand account of life after a loved one goes missing. Join me in the unknown. Support this podcast:

  • Criminals look for vulnerabilities. In order for you to protect your family, we will share some of the crime trends that are occurring now. Ingrid and I often say you need to know the risk to avoid the risk.

  • Rachel, with degrees in psychology and criminology, will discuss crime in detail: from murder, white collar crime, wars and more. Each week a new guest will come on to talk about their favorite crime.

  • Best friends and next door neighbors, Lillian and Willow, spill the tea on murder, mysteries, and things that go bump in the night. Join us for tea as we talk about true crime, strange history, and the paranormal Support this podcast:

  • Welcome to the Cryptid Clues Podcast. Join your hosts Taylor and Reuben as they explore the mystery and history of cryptids from across the planet, and beyond.

  • Welcome, here I narrate stories in the most intriguing and immersive ways! You can also listen to my older stories and rambles on this podcast. These stories truly give you the chills!

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  • On June 18, 2012 a single shot rang out across the quiet rural town of Paeroa New Zealand. This single shot ended the life of local Pizza shop owner Jordan Vodouris in brutal and mysterious circumstances.

    To this day his killer(s) have never been caught.

    In this multi-part Investigative Podcast Actor/Lawyer Ryan Wolf takes us back to the day and location of Jordan's murder and searches for answers.

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  • The iconically revered super racehorse Phar Lap’s death has been shrouded in mystery and intrigue.

    Kerry Negara embarks on the first full forensic investigation around the death of the Australian wonder horse Phar Lap, to discover why he was brutally killed, by whose hand and why, at Menlo Park Ranch in California, USA.

    Killing Phar Lap: A forensic investigation podcast uses excerpts from the following publications:

    'Killing Phar Lap: An untold part of the story' by Biff Lowry
    'Tommy' a documentary by Neil Kearney
    'Me & Phar Lap: The Tommy Woodcock Tapes' by Jan Wositzky
    Jay Hansen memoir (unpublished)

    Conor Duffy ABC Radio interview with Graeme Pearce, 2006
    This Fabulous Century - Peter Luck interview with Mary McCann, 1999
    'Satan’s Playground: Mobsters & Movie Stars at America’s great gaming resort'
    by Paul J Vanderwood

    Thanks To Biff and Katie Lowry, Neil Kearney, Jan Wositzky and J’Lene Hansen Mendenhall, Christian Cipollini - Mob Historian, Ivan Kempson from University South Australia, Dermot Henry from Melbourne Museum and David Paterson from the Melbourne Synchrotron for their co-operation.

    We use Actors to bring to life memoirs and letters, otherwise actual voices are used.

    Under the Australian Copyright Act 1968 some excerpts in Killing Phar Lap: A forensic investigation, have been used under Fair Dealing in the act for research, study, criticism and review. The Fair Dealing Act allows for use of copyright material without the copyright owner’s permission in these situations. Australian Copyright Council
    Kerry Negara: Writer / Producer
    Richard Di Gregorio: Technical Producer
    Logo Design: Sophie O'Connor