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True Crime Podcast 2024 - REAL Police Interrogations, Serial Killer Documentaries and 911 Calls

  • My Husband COMMITTED SUICIDE after catching me cheating TRUE STORY

    13 MAR 2024 · My Husband COMMITTED SUICIDE after catching me cheating TRUE STORY
    20 min. 55 sec.
  • Polk County Human Trafficking Bust leads to 228 arrests, 13 Victims Rescued

    11 MAR 2024 · Polk County Human Trafficking Bust leads to 228 arrests, 13 Victims Rescued Polk County Sheriff Grady Judd gives an update on an undercover human trafficking operation that led to 228 arrests and the rescue of 13 potential victims True Crime Podcast 2024 REAL Police Interrogations, 911 Calls True Crime Documentaries Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/true-crime-podcast-2024-real-police-interrogations-serial-killer-documentaries-and-911-calls--6015157/support.
    41 min. 4 sec.
  • Anissa Weier | Slender Man Stabbing | *Disturbing Full Police Interrogation

    9 MAR 2024 · Anissa Weier | Slender Man Stabbing | *Disturbing Full Police Interrogation The Slender Man (also spelled Slenderman) is a fictional supernatural character that originated as a creepypasta Internet meme created by Something Awful forum user Eric Knudsen (also known as "Victor Surge") in 2009. He is depicted as a thin, unnaturally tall humanoid with a featureless head and face, wearing a black suit. Stories of the Slender Man commonly feature him stalking, abducting or traumatizing people, particularly children. The Slender Man is not confined to a single narrative but appears in many disparate works of fiction, typically composed online. On May 31, 2014, two 12-year-old girls in Waukesha, Wisconsin held down and stabbed a 12-year-old classmate 19 times. When questioned later by authorities, they reportedly claimed that they wished to commit a murder as a first step to becoming proxies for the Slender Man, having read about it online. They also stated that they were afraid that Slender Man would kill their families if they did not commit the murder. After the perpetrators left the scene, the victim crawled out of the woods to a roadway. A passing cyclist alerted authorities, and the victim survived the attack. Both attackers have been diagnosed with mental illnesses but have also been charged as adults and are each facing up to 65 years in prison. One of the girls reportedly said Slender Man watches her, can read minds, and could teleport. Experts testified in court that she also said she conversed with Lord Voldemort and one of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Milwaukee teen Anissa Weier was sentenced to 25 years in a mental health facility in 2017, for the 2014 stabbing of a classmate. Weier's accomplice in the crime was a friend called Morgan Geyser, who was also a 12-year-old like Weier when they planned and stabbed classmate Payton Leutner in the nearby woods, later telling authorities that the attempted murder was supposed to keep the legend-horror character Slender Man from killing their families. Where is Morgan Geyser now? At 19, Geyser is still at the unnamed mental hospital where she was sentenced 40 years after she pled guilty to the attempted first-degree murder of Leutner. Geyser had reportedly pled guilty to the crime to avoid prison, but she was ultimately found not guilty on grounds of insanity. Geyser was later diagnosed with schizophrenia, and following her 2017 conviction, her attorneys have argued that she should have been tried in juvenile court as she was 12 at the time of the stabbing. On September 11, 2020, her defense team appealed to the Supreme Court, to toss out Geryser's conviction in adult court. This came after Wisconsin’s 2nd District Court of Appeals had denied Geyser's appeal to have her conviction overruled, twice by then. Geyser's attorney Matthew Pinix had claimed at the time that his client should have been charged with attempted second-degree intentional homicide, which would have sent the case to juvenile court. Who is Morgan Geyser? On May 31, 2014, three pre-teens — Geyser, Weier, and Leutner, woke up from a sleepover to celebrate Geyser's 12th birthday. The girls then went to a local Waukesha park, where Geyser and Weier stabbed Leutner 19 times and left her for dead. The 12-year-old victim however managed to crawl her way out of the woods and was spotted by the side of the road by a passing bicyclist. Leutner survived, but it's been reported that two of the stab words were millimeters from her arteries. Shortly after she was found, cops found Geyser and Weier walking along the roads, claiming they were on their way to live with Slender Man. Geyser and Weier were arrested immediately and charged as adults the next day. The girls had confessed to the crime too, claiming they were terrified of Slender Man killing their families if they didn't murder Leutner. The story has become sensational in the years, because of the brutal nature of the crime from such young children. Having become the topic of countless documentary flicks and TV shorts, the Slender Man Stabbing continues to be one of the most notorious incidents. During the sentencing hearing, three years after the heinous attack on Leutner, professional opinions on Geyser's mental health and treatment needed were still conflicting. While her defense team tried to move her to an adolescent health facility, Judge Michael Bohren denied it, saying: "What we can't forget is this was an attempted murder." Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/true-crime-podcast-2024-real-police-interrogations-serial-killer-documentaries-and-911-calls--6015157/support.
    2 h 26 min. 8 sec.
  • Morgan Geyser | Slender Man Stabbing | *Chilling* Full Police Interrogation

    9 MAR 2024 · Morgan Geyser | Slender Man Stabbing | *Chilling* Full Police Interrogation The Slender Man (also spelled Slenderman) is a fictional supernatural character that originated as a creepypasta Internet meme created by Something Awful forum user Eric Knudsen (also known as "Victor Surge") in 2009. He is depicted as a thin, unnaturally tall humanoid with a featureless head and face, wearing a black suit. Stories of the Slender Man commonly feature him stalking, abducting or traumatizing people, particularly children. The Slender Man is not confined to a single narrative but appears in many disparate works of fiction, typically composed online. On May 31, 2014, two 12-year-old girls in Waukesha, Wisconsin held down and stabbed a 12-year-old classmate 19 times. When questioned later by authorities, they reportedly claimed that they wished to commit a murder as a first step to becoming proxies for the Slender Man, having read about it online. They also stated that they were afraid that Slender Man would kill their families if they did not commit the murder. After the perpetrators left the scene, the victim crawled out of the woods to a roadway. A passing cyclist alerted authorities, and the victim survived the attack. Both attackers have been diagnosed with mental illnesses but have also been charged as adults and are each facing up to 65 years in prison. One of the girls reportedly said Slender Man watches her, can read minds, and could teleport. Experts testified in court that she also said she conversed with Lord Voldemort and one of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Milwaukee teen Anissa Weier was sentenced to 25 years in a mental health facility in 2017, for the 2014 stabbing of a classmate. Weier's accomplice in the crime was a friend called Morgan Geyser, who was also a 12-year-old like Weier when they planned and stabbed classmate Payton Leutner in the nearby woods, later telling authorities that the attempted murder was supposed to keep the legend-horror character Slender Man from killing their families. Where is Morgan Geyser now? At 19, Geyser is still at the unnamed mental hospital where she was sentenced 40 years after she pled guilty to the attempted first-degree murder of Leutner. Geyser had reportedly pled guilty to the crime to avoid prison, but she was ultimately found not guilty on grounds of insanity. Geyser was later diagnosed with schizophrenia, and following her 2017 conviction, her attorneys have argued that she should have been tried in juvenile court as she was 12 at the time of the stabbing. On September 11, 2020, her defense team appealed to the Supreme Court, to toss out Geryser's conviction in adult court. This came after Wisconsin’s 2nd District Court of Appeals had denied Geyser's appeal to have her conviction overruled, twice by then. Geyser's attorney Matthew Pinix had claimed at the time that his client should have been charged with attempted second-degree intentional homicide, which would have sent the case to juvenile court. Who is Morgan Geyser? On May 31, 2014, three pre-teens — Geyser, Weier, and Leutner, woke up from a sleepover to celebrate Geyser's 12th birthday. The girls then went to a local Waukesha park, where Geyser and Weier stabbed Leutner 19 times and left her for dead. The 12-year-old victim however managed to crawl her way out of the woods and was spotted by the side of the road by a passing bicyclist. Leutner survived, but it's been reported that two of the stab words were millimeters from her arteries. Shortly after she was found, cops found Geyser and Weier walking along the roads, claiming they were on their way to live with Slender Man. Geyser and Weier were arrested immediately and charged as adults the next day. The girls had confessed to the crime too, claiming they were terrified of Slender Man killing their families if they didn't murder Leutner. The story has become sensational in the years, because of the brutal nature of the crime from such young children. Having become the topic of countless documentary flicks and TV shorts, the Slender Man Stabbing continues to be one of the most notorious incidents. During the sentencing hearing, three years after the heinous attack on Leutner, professional opinions on Geyser's mental health and treatment needed were still conflicting. While her defense team tried to move her to an adolescent health facility, Judge Michael Bohren denied it, saying: "What we can't forget is this was an attempted murder." Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/true-crime-podcast-2024-real-police-interrogations-serial-killer-documentaries-and-911-calls--6015157/support.
    1 h 58 min. 25 sec.
  • Kendall Francois A.K.A.: The Poughkeepsie Killer - Serial killer Documentary

    5 MAR 2024 · Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/true-crime-podcast-2024-real-police-interrogations-serial-killer-documentaries-and-911-calls--6015157/support. Kendall Francois A.K.A.: The Poughkeepsie Killer - Serial killer Documentary A Serial Killer Documentary about Kendall Francois A.K.A.: The Poughkeepsie Killer
    1 h 12 min. 1 sec.
  • Karla Homolka and Paul Bernardo - Serial Killers Documentary

    4 MAR 2024 · Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/true-crime-podcast-2024-real-police-interrogations-serial-killer-documentaries-and-911-calls--6015157/support. Karla Homolka and Paul Bernardo - Serial Killers Documentary One of Canadas most infamous female serial killers, Karla Homolka, was released from prison after serving a short 12-year sentence for her involvement in . Paul Kenneth Bernardo, (born 27, 1964 in Toronto, Ontario), is a Canadian serial killer and rapist, known for the murders he committed with his wife Karla .
    54 min. 8 sec.
  • Florida Deputy Fired After DUI Arrest

    3 MAR 2024 · Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/true-crime-podcast-2024-real-police-interrogations-serial-killer-documentaries-and-911-calls--6015157/support. Florida Deputy Fired After DUI Arrest On May 17, 2022, now-former Pinellas County Deputy Sheriff Shelby Alyse Coniglio was stopped by Officer Kristin Higgins with the St. Petersburg Police Department. Despite pleading to her status as a deputy sheriff, to having been assembling furniture, and to wearing contact lenses, Coniglio was ultimately cited for careless driving and arrested on suspicion of driving while under the influence. Even after she invited an officer into her dad's car with her. 'Cause that's something sober people do. Coniglio submitted to a breath alcohol test; her BAC registered as .206% and .219%. She was fired. Coniglio's next court date is scheduled for January 19, 2023. Did you know she is Italiano?
    40 min. 37 sec.
  • Ed Gein (The Real Leatherface) Serial Killer Documentary

    2 MAR 2024 · Ed Gein (The Real Leatherface) Serial Killer Documentary Ed Gein The Real Leatherface Serial Killer Documentary Ed Gein The Real Leatherface Serial Killer Documentary Ed Gein The Real Leatherface Serial Killer . We share information only for educational purposes Subscribe vesves Join us : Dont Forget To . If You Like This Video , Subscribe Ed Gein - The Real Leatherface . We always have to keep in mind that a Documentary, after all, can tell lies and it can tell lies because it lays claim to a form of veracity which fiction doesnt. Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/true-crime-podcast-2024-real-police-interrogations-serial-killer-documentaries-and-911-calls--6015157/support.
    51 min. 21 sec.
  • The Murder Of Janet Abaroa AND David Crespi Murdered His Two Daughters - True Crime Documentary

    1 MAR 2024 · Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/true-crime-podcast-2024-real-police-interrogations-serial-killer-documentaries-and-911-calls--6015157/support. The Murder Of Janet Abaroa AND David Crespi Murdered His Two Daughters - True Crime Documentary Janet Abaroa, 26, was brutally killed inside her house on the evening of April 26th, 2005, while her six-month-old son slept soundly in the next room. The brutal murder of a young mother stunned Durham and devastated her family and friends. Raven Abaroa, her worried husband, dialed 911 in a panic. Not long after her murder, he was the one who discovered her body. Raven and Janet were college sweethearts who married soon after graduation. On the surface, their relationship appeared to be great, but family and friends were concerned. Raven was caught embezzling from his work, which was the most surprising recent information leading up to Janet's death. Raven's knife collection was mysteriously missing from the house on the night of Janet's murder, and he stood to gain $500,000 from his wife's life insurance policy. Raven, on the other hand, had an alibi: he was at a soccer game in the evening. Janet was in bed watching TV when he departed, he said cops (her nightly routine). He had no idea that this minor detail would lead to a new finding in the case. The case remained unsolved for five years. Raven moved on with his life and married Vanessa Pond in Salt Lake City, Utah, with his kid. In 2013, Zwerling received the evidence package, which included dried contact lenses. The contact lenses rehydrated when he added a saline solution, demonstrating that they were in Janet's eyes at the time of her murder and after she was buried. While Raven maintains that he did not murder Janet, the rest of the world, including his second wife, believes he did.
    42 min. 19 sec.
  • Police Interrogation of Dallas Cowboys Cornerback Mackensie Alexander

    1 MAR 2024 · Become a supporter of this podcast: https://www.spreaker.com/podcast/true-crime-podcast-2024-real-police-interrogations-serial-killer-documentaries-and-911-calls--6015157/support. Police Interrogation of Dallas Cowboys Cornerback Mackensie Alexander Or, more accurately, the attempted interrogation of Cowboys cornerback Mackensie Alexander, as the footballer's attorneys were having nothing of any interrogation. That said, Mr. Alexander made the most of his interrogation room — or "First 48," as he put it — experience
    59 min. 45 sec.

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We may be living in the golden age of the best true-crime podcasts. Remember back when there was appointment listening? Those golden days of waiting for the next Serial installment may be far in the past (though developments in the case it chronicled continue to unfold, even to this day), but there is no shortage of true crime offerings that have blossomed in the decade-ish since to fill its place.Even now, it continues to be the most addictive of the podcast genres, bringing all the mystery, drama, and primal fear of a Law & Order episode directly into our ears.

There is something particularly riveting about a suspenseful whodunit unfolding in audio form, like a modern-day ghost story or a throwback to the radio mystery plays of yesteryear. Whether you’re already an obsessive or just wading into the world of cold cases and red herrings, we aim to be the best true-crime podcast

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