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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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Krystal Beslanowitch

Krystal Beslanowitch

2019-07-1400:46:411

On December 16, 1995, the body of 17-year-old Krystal Beslanowitch was found. She was the victim of a violent beating. Eighteen years later, DNA collection and testing technology caught up to the evidence and this cold case was finally solved.Research by JessWritten and hosted by Charlie WorrollCover Art by Lars Hacking of Rusty HingesMusic by Scott BuckleyLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
DJ Fickey

DJ Fickey

2019-07-0800:46:212

Emergency services were called to a property in Flintstone, Ga. DJ Fickey was dead from a gunshot wound. Initially believed to be a suicide, valuable evidence was lost from the crime scene, leaving DJ’s family to wonder if they’ll ever see justice.Researched, written 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
Jaleayah Davis

Jaleayah Davis

2019-06-3001:03:343

Jaleahyah Davis was the victim of a car crash in November of 2011. The investigation into the cause of the accident lasted over a year. When the police ruled the death a drunk-driving accident, Jaleayah’s family took on the mission to find justice for Jaleayah. Today's sponsor: Care/Of for 25% off, use promo code CRIMELINES at takecareof.comHosted and written by Charlie WorrollResearched by JessCover art by Lars Hacking from Rusty Hinges podcastMusic by Scott BuckleyLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Debora Green

Debora Green

2019-06-2301:09:396

In 1995, a fire consumed a home in Prairie Village, Kansas. The fire, which claimed the lives of two children, showed that things were not always what they seemed. Written and hosted by Charlie WorrollResearch by Haley GrayMusic by Scott BuckleyCover Art by Lars Hacking of the Rusty Hinges PodcastLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Carly Ryan

Carly Ryan

2019-06-1600:54:591

Carly Ryan was lured from her home and murdered in 2007. Her mother then made it her mission to find justice for Carly and to make sure this didn’t happen to anyone else’s child. Special thanks to HimalayaResearched by Kait Morris ResearchWritten, hosted, and produced by Charlie WorrollCover art by Lars Hacking of Rusty Hinges podcastMusic by Scott BuckleyLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Betsy Aardsma

Betsy Aardsma

2019-06-0900:47:531

In 1969, a college student was stabbed to death in the library while at least 5 people stood nearby, but none witnessed the attack. It’s been 50 years and one suspect has finally risen to the top of the list of who killed Betsy Aardsma.Written and hosted by Charlie WorrollResearch by Haley GrayCover Art by Lars Hacking of Rusty Hinges podcastMusic by Scott Buckley Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Janet Moses

Janet Moses

2019-05-2600:44:204

In 2007, 22-year-old mother of 2 Janet Moses began experiencing a mental health crisis. She and her family believed she had been hit with a curse, and they attempted a traditional Maori ceremony to lift the curse. Janet did not survive and her family’s beliefs were put on trial.Research by Jess WhatfordWritten and hosted by Charlie WorrollCover art by Lars Hacking from Rusty Hinges podcastLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Marty Markowitz had his share of problems. His parents had recently died. He had troubles at work. A failing relationship. He needed someone to help him through this rough patch in his life. So he decided to get some professional help from a psychiatrist. What he did not count on, was what happened in his life over the next twenty-nine years.This is a story about power, control, and turning to the wrong person for help. Listen now at Wondery.fm/crimelinesLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Joe Cinque

Joe Cinque

2019-05-1900:48:093

In 1997, Joe Cinque was killed by a fatal dose of heroin administered by his girlfriend Anu Singh. Those details are not in dispute. But pretty much everything else is and the final outcome of this case left much of Australia in shock.Written and hosted by Charlie WorrollResearch assistance provided by Kait MorrisMusic by Scott BuckleyArtwork by Lars Hacking of Rusty HingesLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Rico Harris

Rico Harris

2019-05-1200:43:083

A former-NBA prospect, standing 6 feet 9 inches tall, walked away from his car and was never seen again. Where is Rico Harris?Episode written and hosted by Charlie WorrollMusic by Scott BuckleyArtwork by Lars Hacking of Rusty Hinges podcastLearn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
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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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Michelle-Marree Parry

so happy to hear that your going to keep pod-ing! you are amazing!

Mar 12th
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K hearts

you did a great job on your own. I am curious as to what happen to your other host lol

Mar 11th
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Toni Shortland

I have listened to hundreds of crime podcasts and love them all. This podcast and Rehtaehs story really rattled me like no other story has. . My thoughts and prayers to her family.

Feb 4th
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Britney Lee Elizabeth Smith

Sounds like a hit and an accidental mistaken identity and I think her hair was probably cut so if the killer had to take a photo for proof of killing “Kristina” , and then realized they killed the wrong person. that would make sense.

Jan 21st
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Britney Lee Elizabeth Smith

Did they ever check the flights/flight schedule? Maybe she was running down/up the escalator to catch a flight and was about to miss it. And she in fact did miss it. Maybe it wasn’t to go home to Sweden. Maybe she was going to go somewhere with this guy and maybe she was annoyed because she thought he was already on the plane or because she didn’t know if he even showed up

Jan 21st
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