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Murder: True Crime Stories

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Explore the depths of history’s most notorious murders, like you've never heard before. Go beyond the crime scene as we search for the real story, and focus on the people impacted the most. Whether or not the case is solved, you'll come away with an understanding of why these stories need to be told. Join us every Tuesday as we dissect the darkest corners of true crime. Murder: True Crime Stories is a Crime House Original Podcast, powered by PAVE Studios. Listen wherever you get your podcasts.

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As the investigators on the Tylenol Task Force zeroed in on leads, two potential suspects emerged. Both had the means, and motive, to do it. But was either one the Tylenol Killer? Murder: True Crime Stories is part of Crime House Studios. For more, follow us on Instagram @murdertruecrimepod
In the fall of 1982, the Tylenol Murders had the whole city of Chicago on edge. Investigators were desperate to find the culprit. But their inability to work together threatened to derail the entire case. Murder: True Crime Stories is part of Crime House Studios. For more, follow us on Instagram @murdertruecrimepod
On September 29th, 1982, 27-year-old Adam Janus died from an apparent heart attack. Authorities quickly determined he'd actually died after taking a Tylenol pill that had been laced with cyanide... and he wasn't the only one. Soon enough, seven people in Chicago were dead from taking poisoned Tylenol -- and the killer was still at large. Murder: True Crime Stories is part of Crime House Studios. For more, follow us on Instagram @murdertruecrimepod.
After the Clutter family was murdered in November, 1959, everyone in Holcomb, Kansas wanted to find out who killed them -- and why. The answer turned out to be more horrific than anyone imagined. Murder: True Crime Stories is part of Crime House Studios. For more, follow us on Instagram @murdertruecrimepod
On November 15th, 1959, a small town in Kansas was changed forever when a beloved local family was murdered. Their tragic deaths captured the nation's attention -- and sparked the interest of one of America's most famous authors. Murder: True Crime Stories is part of Crime House Studios. For more, follow us on Instagram @murdertruecrimepod
In May 2002, Chandra Levy's disappearance turned into a murder case when her remains were discovered at a park in Washington, D.C. Until that point, her secret boyfriend, U.S. Congressman Gary Condit, had been the likeliest culprit. But soon, a new suspect emerged... and the entire investigation was turned on its head. Murder: True Crime Stories is part of Crime House Studios. For more, follow us on Instagram @murdertruecrimepod
After Chandra Levy's disappearance in May 2001, investigators turned to her married boyfriend, U.S. Congressman Gary Condit. Once their relationship became public, some of Condit's girlfriends came forward with their own stories. What they had to say turned the entire investigation on its head. Murder: True Crime Stories is part of Crime House Studios. For more, follow us on Instagram @murdertruecrimepod
In May 2001, Chandra Levy was in the prime of her life. The 24-year-old was wrapping up a prestigious internship in Washington, D.C, and was about to finish her master's degree. But Chandra was hiding a big secret: an affair with a U.S. Congressman. And then, just a few days before she was supposed to fly home for graduation... she disappeared. Murder: True Crime Stories is part of Crime House Studios. For more, follow us on Instagram @murdertruecrimepod
Explore the depths of history’s most notorious murders, both solved and unsolved. Join us every Tuesday as we examine a new murder case, and meet the people involved. Murder: True Crime Stories premieres May 14th and is a Crime House original podcast powered by PAVE Studios. Follow the show now so you don’t miss a single famous murder case. For more from Crime House, follow us on Instagram @crimehouse
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