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Re-Solved Mysteries Podcast
We are three friends that rewatch the 90's television show Unsolved Mysteries (Robert Stack years) and retell the stories providing the latest updates and we mean latest, one segment in E18 went unsolved for 37+ years until February of 2018. We delve into the histories of the investigation to give background to these cases and discuss what got this case solved or what (or who) prevented or hindered a successful investigation. The stories that we cover range from the very silly to the truly heartbreaking and we will leave you laughing, crying and occasionally outraged. We joke around, have potty mouths and a lot of snark but respect for the victim(s) and empathy for their loved ones is of the utmost importance to us. We are a new podcast with only 19 complete episodes but we have over 160,000 downloads and 3000+ subscribers on iTunes. We were just named one of the podcasts of 2019 (https://crimereads.com/12-true-crime-podcasts-to-listen-to-this-summer). Our last two episodes doubling the download rate in 24 hours then all previous episodes. It's very exciting. Our feedback has been largely positive with reviews like, "Binge-worthy" and "Obsessed". Our listeners have have been rating and reviewing us daily and are spreading the word. We have a listener created Facebook Group and a Facebook Fan Page, the Official Re-Solved Mysteries Podcast Facebook Page has over 3,900k followers and the group has over 1k followers with daily posts and engagement from listeners. We are also very active on IG and Twitter and so are our fans. We have created a Patreon because so many listeners were asking for mini episodes, extra content and how they could support the show. At the end of our episodes we provide recommendations of what we're reading, watching and listening to, it has become so popular that we are now creating a book club for listeners to further engage. It's clear to us that our show is growing exponentially and that our fan base is dedicated to spreading the word and our success. Therefore, advertising with Re-Solved Mysteries will reach an audience that is excited, loyal and willing to purchase to show support for a fledgling but fast growing podcast. Additionally, with Netflix's new announcement that they will be creating a new Unsolved Mysteries show, the buzz around Unsolved Mysteries has reached an all time high and so far, has been taking us with it. Call it a Halo Effect, for every post about the reboot on UM, there are fans tagging our show and telling others to start there. Also, we plan on utilizing the reboot to provide even more content for our podcast. Along with seeking advertising, we are also actively advertising. We are actively seeking new opportunities with other podcasts across topics and regions to gain more exposure and listeners. Advertise with us, we are going to continue to grow at a rapid rate! Join us!
Bloody Murder - A True Crime Podcast
Nominated for 4 Australian Podcast Awards, including 2019 Best Independent True Crime. Bloody Murder is a weekly comedy True Crime podcast where Barney Black and Tara Sariban discuss the dark details of lesser know true crime stories from Australia and around the world. As avid listeners of true crime podcasts they aim to add to the conversation by talking about murders that haven’t been done to death on other shows, which makes Bloody Murder quite unique. We have had over 1.3 Million listens since February 2017 Their humour comes from some rather unusual places but never at the expense of the victims or their families. We have a huge Facebook presence with a Facebook group with well over 1.8k members, our listeners are very loyal and we chat to them constantly. We can promote on -air and via a social media (twitter, instagram Facebook etc.). Our audience is 65% female and 35% male - which means we have access to more man-ears than most true crime podcasts. We have a successful Patron programme and also sell merchandise. We have developed a passionate following in the past year and our numbers are increasing exponentially every week. Our listeners have a good sense of humour and are not afraid of explicit language. They're also into all things true crime and absolutely love their pets.
CRIMINALITY is a podcast for those of us who love reality TV, true crime, and want to hear all the juicy stories where the two genres intersect. Every other Friday, hosts, Melissa (one half of Moms and Murder podcast) and Rebekah (host of DIE-ALOGUE podcast), will share the true story of a reality personality who faced more than just champagne problems. You won’t find murder stories here, but fear not, there are crimes a plenty - fraud, arrests, mugshots, scandals, and more.CRIMINALITY: Because loving reality isn’t a crime!
Affirmative Murder Podcast
Affirmative Murder is the true crime comedy podcast hosted by Alvin Williams and Francel Evans. Each week they swap murder stories from marginalized communities, while trying not to rant about anything from fast food, to what is actually buried in graveyards...Follow them as they shed a light on the darker side of true crime, pun intended.
Welcome to Empty Frames: an art crime experience. Season 1: The Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum heist: In the early hours of March 18th, 1990, two thieves posing as police officers were admitted into the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston. In 81 minutes they stole 13 pieces of artwork, among the paintings stripped from their frames were works by Vermeer, Degas, and Rembrandt. In this series Tim Pilleri & Lance Reenstierna (of the Missing Maura Murray and Crawlspace podcasts) will dig as deep as possible into the case, theories, and social and economic impact the greatest unsolved art heist of all time had on the community. Season 2: Tim Pilleri and Lance Reenstierna broaden their art crime horizons with a six episode season exploring a wide range of topics in the art crime genre. We talk to Turbo about a stolen da Vinci, the guys from Manzanita Ridge in Silver City, New Mexico who share an amazing story of stolen art recovery, and we talk to reporter Asa Romano about Banksy's shredding stunt at Sotheby's in London. Season 3: We hope to return to the Gardner heist. Coming Spring 2019.
Excuse Me, That's Illegal
Excuse Me, That's Illegal is a comedy true crime podcast hosted by your boy Leroy Luna. I take a lighthearted look at the pettiest crimes of the genre, all from the comfort of my cozy closet. I also pepper in personal life stories and have a real connection with my growing group of lovely listeners. New episodes are released on the 10th, 20th and 30th of the month.
Hashtag cults are groups that signal membership by using a hashtag or keyword. This allows the group to operate on many different sites and makes them difficult to pin point. They use the hashtag model to spread propaganda on a variety of social media sites without having a central account. This is usually because their ideas are offensive or their methods of communicating are abusive and border on website policy violations.
Small Town Big Crime
Named one of the "7 true crime podcasts to listen to as you self-isolate" by Buzzfeed, Small Town True Crime: Jens Soering and the Haysom Murders has been featured as one of the New and Noteworthy true crime podcasts on Itunes. The six-episode podcast details the horrific stabbing murder of a wealthy couple in their central Virginia home in 1985. Their youngest daughter, a brilliant student at the University of Virginia named Elizabeth Haysom, and her boyfriend, fellow UVA student and the son of a German diplomat named Jens Soering, were arrested and convicted in the murders in the early 1990s. This podcast details the brutal killings and the initial investigation and includes revelations of sexual abuse, drug use, an international police chase, a false confession, new DNA evidence, and a possible police cover up. This podcast reveals new information about who really killed the Haysoms. Featured interviews include Jason Flom, the CEO of Lava Records and a founding member of the Innocence Project, Amanda Knox, the American foreign exchange student wrongly convicted of murdering her roommate in Italy, members of the FBI, and Jens Soering. The podcast is researched, written, and hosted by three award-winning journalists in Virginia.
Zodiac Speaking is a true crime podcast that explores one of America's greatest unsolved mysteries- the case of the Zodiac Killer, a case that attracts older listeners who may be familiar with the case, as well as younger listeners interested in learning about the case. Our audience, like many true crime podcast is made up of a mostly female audience, all though there are likely more male listeners than usual for a true crime podcast. We will help deliver any message ,service, or product, that our sponsors are presenting via pre, mid, or post roll ads, and we are also open to value based sponsor packages and pricing.
Maine and New England's True Crime Podcast. Unsolved murders, missing Mainers, strange local folklore and Vacationland mysteries. Maine might be the way life should be, but even the most peaceful, picturesque places can keep the darkest secrets. This is Dark Downeast, a true crime podcast dedicated to the stories of Maine and New England, shining a light on the sensational decades-old and modern-day crimes that prickle the history of the Downeast region and beyond. Dark Downeast is based in journalistic and documentary-style storytelling featuring the families, friends, investigators, and sources who know these cases best. Whether you’re a Mainer or from away, or a true crime fan searching for the next show to add to your line-up, I invite you to hit subscribe for new episodes each week. Connect with me at darkdowneast.com and on Instagram @darkdowneast.
The Troubles Podcast
The Troubles were a period of time in Northern Ireland which many people today do not know a lot about. In this podcast we will delve into each individual bombing and attack that happened during the 30-year period. This is a non-partisan podcast that focuses solely on the facts and the accounts of the individuals involved.Cover art by Chris O'Brien New Episodes every second TuesdayI grew up in the Republic of Ireland and found that most people of my generation had no idea about the Troubles and what happened during that period. This podcast will break down many of the attacks, bombings and shootings that occurred and devote a full episode to each incident.It is important to remember that these episodes are written by me and I've made every effort to write as clearly as possible and without bias.That being said, this is fairy dense subject matter and there will be errors and differences of opinions. I'm happy to discuss these in a constructive manner. This podcast is the perfect starting point for those interested in learning about the Troubles. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
TRUE SCARY STORIES WITH EDI
This is a podcast where two paranormal experts who just so happen to be professioal stand up comics help their fans by reading their paranormal experiences and helping them. The experts give them tips on what kind of entity they are dealing with and why, and most importantly how to get rid of it. This is a fun and lighthearted podcast that can get very spooky!
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