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Nona Dirksmeyer is a young beauty queen. Smart and talented, her future is bright. But just days before her 20th birthday, Nona is murdered in her apartment. Police quickly decide their primary suspect is the young man who found her – her boyfriend, Kevin. After all, his bloody palm print is at the crime scene. Case closed? Not by a long shot. In Dateline’s latest original podcast series, Keith Morrison tells the story of three trials, two suspects, and one small town where things are not always what they seem.
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Nona Dirksmeyer is a young beauty queen. Smart and talented, her future is bright. But just days before her 20th birthday, Nona is murdered in her apartment. Police quickly decide their primary suspect is the young man who found her – her boyfriend, Kevin. After all, his bloody palm print is at the crime scene. Case closed? Not by a long shot. In Dateline’s latest original podcast series, Keith Morrison tells the story of three trials, two suspects, and one small town where things are not always what they seem.Follow now to get the latest episodes of ‘Murder in Apartment 12’ completely free, or subscribe to Dateline Premium on Apple Podcasts for early access and ad-free listening: apple.co/datelinepremium
The murder of 19-year-old Nona Dirksmeyer shakes the community of Russellville, Arkansas to its core.
Investigators focus on a man with Nona’s blood on his hands.
3 - The Talk of the Town

3 - The Talk of the Town

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When police name a suspect, the court of public opinion all but convicts him.
4 - Ozark

4 - Ozark

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A jury holds the fate of Nona’s boyfriend in its hands.
5 - Receipts

5 - Receipts

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A new suspect says he has an alibi, but can he prove it?
Nearly 13 years to the day after Nona’s murder, a woman has a chilling encounter with a predator in the night.
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Jan 12th
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Sharifah Eltahir

Frost is mad at how he's viewed rather than showing empathy and compassion for the victim and the family! Great detectives don't solely focus on a person; they hone in on the evidence, and they exhaust all resources to find a leads. He missed finding additional evidence that would've lead to this case being closed. I'm glad Nona's mom came to realize the truth in who killed her daughter. May her peace come without the human justice she deserves!

Jan 3rd
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April All Year

My heart breaks over this interrogation.

Dec 17th
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Ch3No2

Frost is a complete moron! He really thinks his shit doesn't stink! Dunn is guilty as hell but frost can't see past his nose! What a joke!! When does she get justice?

Dec 5th
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Pouria

please Continue podcast 🥺

Nov 26th
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Brianne Walker

I love how Keith Morrison didn’t let the crappy prosecutor and lazy “chief” just walk away during the interview. He really pushed them. Great journalism!!

Nov 21st
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bluehaze73

how can these cops sleep at nite lazy police work .I bet if they lock cops up for not doing there job they wouldn't play God with ppls lives

Nov 16th
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bluehaze73

im not getting back together with someone that uses suicide to guilt me back hell no

Nov 16th
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Kimberly Benedict

Can't believe DUNN ended up getting away with murder!!!!!!

Nov 13th
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Carlos Barron

I thoroughly enjoyed the "Murder in Apartment 12" episode of this podcast. The hosts did an excellent job of unraveling the intricate details of the case, and their storytelling was gripping from start to finish. The way they delved into the evidence, suspects, and the broader context of the crime kept me engaged throughout the entire episode. https://www.eagleswing.org/texas/houston/professional-services/houston-packaging-solution The podcast's production quality, sound effects, and music added a layer of suspense that enhanced the storytelling. The personal anecdotes and reflections from the hosts also made me feel more connected to the case and the people involved. Overall, "Murder in Apartment 12" is a testament to the high-quality investigative journalism that this podcast consistently delivers. https://smallbusinessusa.com/listing/houston-packaging-solution.html

Nov 4th
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Jill Bertschinger-Kimmle

Kevin didn't do it!! If Gary was capable of attacking a woman once, what makes you think he wouldn't do it again and take it a bit further the next time.

Oct 25th
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Aakash Amanat

In the gripping podcast "Murder in Apartment 12," listeners are taken on a harrowing journey through a complex and tragic crime. This true crime series masterfully weaves together storytelling, investigative journalism, and expert analysis to explore the gruesome murder that took place in Apartment 12. The podcast delves into the intricate web of clues, motives, and suspects, providing a comprehensive examination of the case from multiple angles. https://www.smartmoneymatch.com/Rigid%20Box%20Packaging The production values in "Murder in Apartment 12" are top-notch, with skilled narration, well-researched content, and immersive sound design. https://www.provenexpert.com/rigid-box-packaging/

Oct 25th
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Jill Bertschinger-Kimmle

Why on earth would they not test for DNA on the condom wrapper??!! This is basic sh*t!

Oct 24th
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Jill Bertschinger-Kimmle

What do they have against this guy other than suspicion? He sounds like the most innocent person ever. He was nothing but helpful.

Oct 24th
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Crystal Baker (The Copper Cowgirl)

great

Oct 23rd
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Aakash Amanat

What sets "Murder in Apartment 12" apart is its meticulous approach to analyzing not only the crime itself but also the broader societal and psychological aspects of the case. Listeners are taken on a journey that unveils the motivations, the criminal psychology, and the legal intricacies surrounding the murder. This multi-dimensional perspective elevates the podcast beyond a mere true crime story and transforms it into a profound exploration of the human condition and the intricacies of our justice system. https://www.homify.com/professionals/9525528/kraft-paper-studio The production quality of the podcast is exceptional. The sound design, pacing, and use of ambient sounds all contribute to a heightened sense of immersion, making it easy for listeners to lose themselves in the narrative. The host's articulate and empathetic narration keeps the audience engaged throughout, and their ability to maintain suspense and intrigue is commendable. https://folkd.com/profile/KraftPaperStudio

Oct 17th
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Rebecca Butcher

The stepdad is ridiculous. Sad that the mom can't think for herself.

Oct 15th
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Ryan Phillips

shows how religion should exclude you for your juries

Oct 13th
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Rebecca Butcher

I've told all my children to lawyer up immediately!

Oct 12th
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just me

Frost is the biggest dipshit to ever breath.

Oct 12th
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