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Once Upon A Crime | True Crime

Once Upon A Crime | True Crime

Author: Esther Ludlow

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Join me as I dive into some of the most fascinating and thought provoking true crime stories told one chapter at a time. Kidnappings, murders, mysterious disappearances, serial killers, celebrity crime and more will be covered.
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April Mccomas

loved this episode!! its nice to hear about the historical stuff too!

Oct 31st
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Jose Meza

had a lot of fun at the San Jose meet up going to be listening to you through this app now so I can leave comments

Oct 18th
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Leah Campbell

I love this historical stuff too :) it's nice for variety, good job

Oct 16th
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ashley foster

I LOVE these haunted homicide episodes. it's a combination of the 2 things that fascinate me the most and you put it all together so well! I hope you continue to do these even after this month is over!

Oct 16th
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sheenat3

lol i think I've heard this story 15 different times

Oct 9th
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K hearts

sheenat3 i know! all my fav true crime podcasts do the same cases over and over and release them the same week so not only have you heard it 10000 times before but you have nothing to listen to for weeks lol

Oct 11th
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Tallulah Perkins

A wonderful podcast with a good amount of information and no distractions from the story. Perfect if you just want the details.

Oct 9th
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rrrrhia

"Retarded" should be cognitively impaired/delayed, intellectually impaired, neurodivergent, etc. Lots of words exist to explain this difference! Retarded is no longer one of them.

Oct 8th
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Lisa Corona

rrrrhia get over it

Oct 28th
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A.S.W.

Esther does a great job!! Love the way she tells the stories & obviously does her research. Keep up the great work!!!!! I’m always coming back to listen!

Sep 30th
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Yong Teo

the original reason any of us join this genre is to fall asleep, my ninja. but they at it like they npr. solve it!!!!!

Sep 28th
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Brandon Kyser

This is an excellent podcast. I like the chapter format. This is the only true crime podcast I have heard that is told in this way. The cases are presented in a straight-forward , matter-of-fact way, which is a refreshing change from the usual "two friends talking about a case" format that most true crime podcasts take. The narrator has a nice voice too. Fans of true crime should definitely give this one a listen

Sep 19th
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elizaveta packard

I'm sorry to say but i know that you said lions are not called king of the jungle for nothing thing is they are not kings of the jungle They are kings of the grass lands

Sep 13th
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Sergio Pabzu

5 mins talking about sponsors and stuff it’s too long. Love you but always makes me stop and listen to something else

Aug 20th
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Hot Stove

In the first 5 minutes there's been three commercials, WTF

Aug 17th
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James Hayes

Esther Ludlow Big fan. You have inspired me to do my own podcast.

Oct 22nd
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Yong Teo

Hot Stove i turned my stove off so that you wont murder anymore people in the comments

Oct 17th
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christie hegenderfer

I remember watching the movie on Lifetime in the 90's

Jul 25th
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jasmine🔅

Crazy

Jul 25th
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Susann Myhre Storløs

Love this! <3

Jul 20th
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James Hayes

This is a great podcast. The host is great.

Jul 3rd
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Yonia Ward Stovall

one of my Most Favorite Podcast😍

Jun 5th
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Dwayne Liddell

Love your channel listen to it faithfully

May 31st
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67bimon

wow, no matter how many stories I hear or true crime podcasts I listen to, still the level of depravity amazes me. These people are not criminals, they are not human. Not even animals, they can only be defined as monsters. 400 something year sentence. .ha, that's a joke. the punishment should fit the crime. What punishment would befit a monster??

May 19th
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