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Crimelines walks you through true crime events, pairing captivating tales with clear storytelling. Host Charlie brings in appropriate historic and cultural context to look beyond what happened and consider why it happened.
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Denise Amber Lee

Denise Amber Lee

2019-09-2201:01:153

In January 2008, 21-year-old Denise Amber Lee was abducted from her home. After a critical 911 call is mishandled, police lost their best chance to save Denise. But her family is determined to make sure that never happens to anyone else.To learn more, visit deniseamberlee.orgThis week's sponsor is bombas.com/crimelines for 20% offResearch assistance by Suzanne St. JohnWritten and hosted by Charlie WorrollMusic by Scott BuckleyCover art by Lars Hacking of the Rusty Hinges podcastLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Over a holiday weekend in October 2003, 19-year-old college student Mark Fisher took his first trip to New York City unchaperoned. While there, he met up with a friend and went back to the home of John Giuca with her. Shortly before sunrise the next morning, Mark was gunned down on a Brooklyn street he had never been to before. Two men were convicted of his murder and one says he’s innocent.Today's sponsor: 10% off at Brooklinen.com promo code CRIMELINEStruecrimepodcastfestival.com for early-bird ticketsAd-free episodes and bonus episodes on Patreon and Himalaya PlusWritten and hosted by Charlie WorrollEditing by Gray MultimediaMusic by Scott BuckleyLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Savanna Greywind

Savanna Greywind

2019-09-0101:28:325

On Saturday, August 19, 2017, Savanna Greywind was doing light chores while waiting for lunch delivery. A neighbor asked the very pregnant Savanna for help with a project. Savanna agreed. She was about to become the victim of fetal abduction, a rare crime that is, sadly, on the rise. Sponsor: www.fabfitfun.com and use code CRIMELINES for $10 off your first box #fabfitfunpartnerWritten and hosted by Charlie WorrollResearch by Haley GrayEditing by Chaes Gray MusicMusic by Scott BuckleyCover art by Lars Hacking of Rusty Hinges PodcastPhotos of Haisley Jo: https://www.kvrr.com/2019/07/26/greywind-family-shares-photos-of-haisley-jo-growing-up/Sources on our website basementfortproductions.comLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Tina Fontaine

Tina Fontaine

2019-08-2601:06:114

On August 17, 2014, the body of 15-year-old Tina Fontaine was pulled from the Red River in Manitoba, Canada. But this was only the final tragedy in Tina’s life. This is Tina's story.Today's Sponsors: Bombas socks--bombas.com/crimelines for 20%Invisible Choir podcast, available in all podcast appsResearched by JessWritten and hosted by Charlie WorrollMusic by Scott BuckleyCover art by Lars Hacking of Rusty Hinges podcastLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
My friends, this is not a drill. Parcast is releasing a DAILY true crime show. It's pretty much all I've wanted in my life. Listen to this preview and then go subscribe on Spotify or wherever you get podcasts. You can also listen to Today in True Crime or any of Parcast's many amazing shows at parcast.comLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Stacey Stites // Rodney Reed

Stacey Stites // Rodney Reed

2019-08-1801:24:493

In April of 1996, 19-year-old Stacey Stites was murdered. A year-long investigation led to the arrest and conviction of a man who has been trying to prove his innocence ever since. Currently, he is racing against an execution date set for this November. Is he wrongfully convicted as the Innocence Project claims or is he guilty of Stacey’s murder like the state of Texas says? To learn more about Rodney Reed’s innocence claims:https://www.facebook.com/RodneyReed999271/https://justice4rodneyreed.org/Thank you to Away for sponsoring the show! go to awaytravel.com/crimelines and enter promo code crimelines for $20 off.  Editing by Chaes Gray MusicMusic by Scott BuckleyCover Art by Lars Hacking of Rusty Hinges podcastLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Joshua Maddux (bonus)

Joshua Maddux (bonus)

2019-08-1100:37:452

Interested in getting premium Crimelines content but not sure it's worth it? Here's a sample episode so you can try it before you buy it! To support the show on Himalaya Plus (and get that merch box): either find Crimelines in the Himalaya app or go to himalaya.com/crimelinesTo support the show on Patreon: patreon.com/crimelinesThank you so much! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In November 2006, a man named Abraham Shakespeare hit the jackpot in the Florida lotto. His good-heart led him to give and loan away a large amount of his winnings in short order. When a woman named Dee Dee Moore convinced him to sign his assets over to her to protect them from vultures, things went from bad to worse.Thank you to today's sponsors!Hello Fresh: $80 off your first month at hellofresh.com/crimeslines80 and enter crimelines80Himalaya Plus: himalaya.com/crimelinesPatreon: patreon.com/crimelinesWritten and hosted by Charlie WorrollResearch by Haley GrayEditing assistance by Dennis BinghamMusic by Scott BuckleyCover art by Lars Hacking, host of Rusty HingesLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Quick note: the first 5 minutes of this episode is a correction and update on the Jack Family episode. Feel free to skip ahead if you skipped that episode.In November 2006, a man named Abraham Shakespeare hit the jackpot in the Florida lotto. His good-heart led him to give and loan away a large amount of his winnings in short order. When a woman named Dee Dee Moore convinced him to sign his assets over to her to protect them from vultures, things went from bad to worse.Research by Haley GrayMusic by Scott BuckleyLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The Jack Family

The Jack Family

2019-07-2400:30:553

On August 1, 1989, Ronnie Jack met a man in a pub in Prince George. The man promised Ronnie and his wife Doreen a job. They packed up their two sons and left with this man, in the hopes of steady work. They were never seen again. If you have information on the Jack Family, please call  Prince George RCMP at 250-561-3300 or, to remain anonymous, contact Crime Stoppers at 1 (800) 222-8477.​Written and researched by Charlie WorrollMusic by Scott BuckleyCover Art by Lars Hacking of Rusty Hinges podcastLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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Comments (29)

Tracey Burbridge

love the podcast! Charlie you cut through the bs to bring us well researched cases with the utmost sensitivity.

Sep 10th
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Jeepster Peepster

Really good podcast, I wasn't sure at first as one of the voices grated on me a little bit but I gave it another chance and now I really enjoy it. Got lots of eps to binge on now:) thanks.

Sep 9th
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Britney Lee Elizabeth Smith

He admitted it. “He said Zachary got mad at Greg because Greg was mad at him for hanging up on his girlfriend. Greg wouldn't drop the matter. Zachary grabbed a pair of soccer goalie gloves and a small pen-knife and went downstairs, but Greg followed and kept yelling at him. Zachary said he intended only to scare his brother with the knife, but stabbed him when they were in the foyer. Greg ran to the back of the house. Zachary followed, and continued stabbing him in the laundry room. He said he got scared and hid the knife and gloves under a tree in the back yard, then he called 911.

Jul 29th
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Britney Lee Elizabeth Smith

Wait but that guy had the same last name didn’t he? The railroad guy. Maybe he thought he could get money from killing the Moore family. ...

Jul 29th
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calamari

these hosts are out to lunch, they think 7 years at the most for killing her husband 'accidentally', give me a break

Jul 26th
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Jocelyn Allan

great episode.

Jun 26th
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Ned Templar

RE Claremont Serial Killer. My ex-brother in law dated one of his victims. I went to school with someone who dated him.

Jun 8th
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paddy leigh

great pronunciation!!!!

Jun 7th
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Sara Gunderson

Given how image conscious Misty was, I think her motive was less a fear that Quinn would leave her and more the realization that now her failures were going to become public. And I don't see any explanation other than intentional action that explains the evidence, unless we accept that Quinn had been criminally negligent with his service weapon.

Jun 4th
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Doris Foley

Can't deal with the lilt in her voice...

May 30th
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Harley

it didn't not work because of colonists. it didn't work because it's a pagan tradition, and this poor lady lost her life because of it. I don't doubt she was actually effected by demonic oppression, and she deserved a proper exorcist. I realize her family meant no harm, and I'm so sorry for their loss.

May 27th
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mia norris

thanks for covering this case. it's one thats always resonated with me as i live in Canberra and have driven past the house where Joe was killed several times. a truly twisted and tragic tale

May 20th
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DOGINATURTLENECK

I really think u need to change ur opening song now that the podcast is no longer In Sight; itd help the new podcast stand more on it's own. in sight episodes are still up on the same channel, so it's just help differentiate

May 20th
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Jennifer Spencer

nope I unfollowed already gone bc of her damn annoying voice

May 17th
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Daniel Dippel

The podcast CaseFiles covers this. He does an excellent job. I suggest you check the podcast out.

Apr 10th
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Daniel Dippel

Why talk about a totally irrelevant missing persons case just because they disappeared around the same time?

Apr 10th
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Daniel Dippel

S.K. Key word Speculation and that was only because they disappeared around the same time. I want facts, not speculation. Hell everyone who disappeared around that time you could speculate had a connection then.

Jun 20th
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S.K.

Daniel Dippel because it was speculated that there was a connection between the two

Jun 20th
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Daniel Dippel

The theories they bring up towards the end of the episode are stupid. Why waste the listener's time with these?

Apr 4th
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Daniel Dippel

Leah Marie Yeah by people who wear tin foil hats on their heads and go around spewing conspiracy theories.

Jun 15th
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Leah Marie

Daniel Dippel because people genuinely HAVE suggestrd those and do believe that those theories did happen.

Jun 14th
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Harley

I think it was from Crime Junkies

Mar 21st
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Larry Martinez

He's been caught!

Mar 18th
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Aubrey Hardin

I first heard about this case on the podcast Slow Burn. Season 2 is about the Clinton family.

Mar 13th
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