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Abby and Libby - 2 young girls murdered. Investigators are searching for the killer using their biggest clue: a recording of his voice from one of the victims' phones ordering the girls Down the Hill. Almost three years later, it's a mystery that still haunts the small town of Delphi, Indiana while police say the killer may walk among them.
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What You'll Hear

2020-01-2205:111

Down The Hill: The Delphi Murders is a new, groundbreaking true crime podcast from HLN. Here are hosts Andrew Iden and Barbara MacDonald, with more on what to expect over the course of the season.
When Abigail Williams, 13 and Liberty German, 14 go for a walk in the woods of Delphi, Indiana a series of events are kicked off that, over the next 20 hours, will set off a massive search and send families into panic.
As the search for Abby Williams and Libby German ends at a crime scene, the reality of what's happened is worse than anyone could have imagined. A massive law enforcement presence arrives, and a double murder investigation begins.
Abby and Libby - Two young girls murdered. Investigators are searching for the killer using their biggest clue: a recording of his voice from one of the victims' phones ordering the girls Down the Hill. Almost three years later, it's a mystery that still haunts the small town of Delphi, Indiana while police say the killer may walk among them.
As the investigation forges ahead, two pictures emerge from the day of the murders: one of Abby on the bridge, taken shortly before the crime, and another of an unidentified man on the bridge, who police say they'd like to talk to. All while law enforcement swarms a property outside of town.
Chapter 4: Three Words

Chapter 4: Three Words

2020-02-1947:351

More than a week after the murders, police hold a news conference that offers up new information and new evidence. But information designed to help, only deepens the mystery of what happened, and spooks everyone.
Chapter 5: Signatures

Chapter 5: Signatures

2020-02-2635:05

In February 2017, Robert Ives was the prosecuting attorney in Carroll County, IN. His perspective of the crime scene, and understanding of what happened, casts some brand new light on the murders of Abby & Libby.
To get a better understanding of what happened that day, the team goes to Delphi to walk the trail, stand at the bridge, and explore where - and how - it all happened.
Chapter 7: Madness

Chapter 7: Madness

2020-03-1143:072

When a sketch of a suspect is released, conspiracy theories spread. The families, looking for an arrest, take their case to the national media. As the investigation goes quiet, the noise of speculation grows louder.
For the first time in nearly two years, police release information about their investigation. It will change everything in the search for the Delphi killer. It will also leave the families and residents of Delphi looking over their shoulders.
Three years removed from the murders of Abby Williams and Libby German, the team travels back to Delphi for new conversations, new questions and their own thoughts about what happened out there that day.
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brain.fuller69@gmail.com

long winded and condescending

May 13th
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Amanda Henry

This podcast reminds me of a Nancy Grace TV special where she just rambles on and on about the same 4 facts for an hour. What a complete waste of time. This podcast literally adds no value to this story.

May 6th
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ShaW

Someone in Delphi knows

Apr 18th
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Chet Hjr

All the information released during the press conference was so broad, it was unnecessary. It could have been easily describing any murder case. Everything is just to make it look like advancements in the investigation are constantly developing. The bringing up a book in a movie was completely irrelevant. Everything is a show for the public at the expense of the families pain and desperation of finding a killer.

Apr 9th
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Chet Hjr

I honestly think the sketch is a hoax. There was so much pressure and too many questions, they had to produce something which made it look like there was continuous progression in the case.

Apr 9th
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Chet Hjr

Abby may have given them all that evidence, more than thousands of cases like it would have ever had, and yet this is still unsolved.

Apr 7th
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Math Robs

The interview with Mike Patty and Doug Carter is disturbing! Also I see Doug Carter’s view on the killer is the opposite as to what the FBI profiler thinks, why don’t the writers question or mention this? They haven’t asked one tough question during the entire series!

Mar 27th
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Shana Harrison

The consensus is that the killer must be from Delphi and I don't necessarily disagree with that. But could it be that the killer grew up in Delphi and moved away, but came back to stalk the area to hurt someone without anyone realizing it?

Mar 26th
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Chris Brown

these cops are weird

Mar 25th
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Geri Tardy

riveting story but bad podcast. last 3 episodes are fillers, nothing new other than 2nd sketch.

Mar 22nd
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Eric W

Great story. Horrible priduction

Mar 22nd
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Jaime J

Pass! Still don’t know the exact crime & no new information?

Mar 19th
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Chelsey Pittman

Midwesterners say "guys" or "hey guys" the same way as Southerners say "y'all". I don't think it means that he knew the girls.

Mar 18th
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Math Robs

Yea LE are clueless on this case. They say they had new information that’s why they released the second sketch, then say they had the second sketch from the beginning?? Which is it?

Mar 18th
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Cassandra Chiafos

Have you looked into all the people watching or listening to this audio. maybe they are the person to here what you have on them

Mar 16th
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Taylor Richardson

This podcast is super slow.

Mar 15th
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tricia childers

you need to get yard signs

Mar 13th
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Cassandra Chiafos

I just feel like the terrible male would have eaten lunch prior to so maybe local food facilities would have cameras that the terrible male could have walked or drove car through. what about if the terrible male drove or walked there maybe anyone with house cameras or street cameras from all directions that let him enter the park could they watch recording and get the license plates of all the vehicles drove through at that time and or all the walkers.

Mar 13th
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Math Robs

This episode is just about law enforcement complaining that they get too many tips and about how Barbs had a hot meal cooked for her by Becky.

Mar 12th
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lisa bradford

I HATE to make this comment, but the audio is constantly editing together the investigating detective, not sure his name, and the voice recording of the killer saying, "guys down the hill" and I CANNOT HELP BUT FEEL LIKE THEY SOUND SIMILAR . Does anyone else hear this?

Mar 11th
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