If you’re a true crime podcast addict, welcome to the club!
From missing person cases to bank robberies, there’s just something about them that hook ya RIGHT IN.
Looking for your next obsession?
We’ve got you covered.
In May of last year, 18-year-old Belgian Theo Hayez went missing in Byron Bay after leaving a local bar.
A range of theories come to light throughout the podcast, which was produced by The Australian (think The Teacher’s Pet and Who The Hell Is Hamish), so you know the quality of reporting will be top notch.
The Score: Bank Robber Diaries
“14 months. 30 Banks. An all-access pass into the mind of one of Southern California’s most prolific bank robbers.”
What a sentence!
Yep, in this podcast, you’ll meet one of the world’s most notorious bank robbers, Joe Loya and hear his account, first-hand.
This one will have you hooked!
Beenham Valley Road
This podcast investigates the murder of 27-year-old mother-of-four Kirra McLoughline from Wolvi, Queensland.
Hosted by two former cops, the podcast explains how Kirra was left battered and bruised for over 12 hours in her bedroom – and no one is yet to be held accountable for it.
You’ll become invested in the mission to find justice for Kirra.
Have You Seen This Man?
You’ll be listening to this podcast and thinking: is this real life?!
The story is as crazy as a Hollywood blockbuster: while out on bail for attempted rape in 1965, Ohio death row inmate Lester Eubanks murdered a 14-year-old school girl.
He was convicted and sent to prison – but while out of jail on a small group trip, he walked away and was never seen again.
Join the real-time manhunt!
Loved Dirty John? Well, the LA Times reporter behind it has now released a new podcast called Detective Trap and boy, is it wild!
When a young woman’s body is found at a trash-sorting plant, investigator Julissa Trapp learns the murder may be linked to the disappearance of three other women.
Get set for a crazy tale!
Casefile is hosted by an anonymous Aussie man who delves into some of the wildest crimes across the globe.
From Jonestown to the Port Arthur massacre, you’ll likely have heard some of the facts around these crimes – but now, you’ll get a detailed yet succinct version of events.
The best part? You can pick and choose the event you want to hear as so many have already been released.
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