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Author: VAULT Studios

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Crime. Five days a week. From the reporters and journalists who know these stories best. Brought to you by the studio behind Bardstown and The Officer's Wife and hosted by Will Johnson and Reed Redmond, hosts of VAULT Studios' weekly True Crime Chronicles.

31 Episodes
Four years ago this week, when Stephanie Turntine unexpectedly doesn't show up for work, family members drive over to the her home in Little Rock, Ark., to check on her. Reporter David Lippman recounts what they discovered.
Two women are killed in a murder-for-hire case gone wrong. WWL-TV's Danny Monteverde tells us what happened in a rural Louisiana county.
Five years ago this week, federal marshals made an arrest in a murder mystery that had been puzzling Dallas residents for months. WFAA Investigative Reporter Tanya Eiserer joins to discuss the case.
DNA is solving cold cases every day. But what do you need to know before uploading your DNA? Katie Jeffries from First Coast News in Jacksonville tells us what we need to know.
Forty-five years ago today, authorities say William Bradford Bishop told his boss he was not feeling well, picked up a sledgehammer and drove home with a heinous plan in mind. WBIR reporters Leslie Ackerson and John North share what happens next.
In February 1999 a serial killer terrorized communities near Yosemite National Park. ABC10's Walt Gray tells us about the Yosemite Killer.
Following the senseless shooting death 14-year-old Jamere Alfred, a barber in New Orleans, La., is challenging other barbers to join him in trying to decrease crime. WWLTV reporter Erika Ferrando joins us to share his message.
A grizzly discovery on the streets of Denver leads police to a suspect. Matt Jablow with KUSA 9News brings us the story.
It's been one year since Ahmaud Arbery was shot and killed in Brunswick, Georgia. Anne Schindler with FirstCoastNews in Jacksonville takes us back to February 2020 and tells us where things stand today for the three men charged in the case.
On Feb. 21, 2019, Cynthia Carver was last seen alive when she dropped her kids off at a babysitter's house. Two years later, Ali Weatherton from WVEC in Norfolk, Va., shares the story.
In 2016, an Uber driver terrorized residents in and around Kalamazoo, Michigan. Juliet Dragos, weeknight anchor at WZZM13 News, remembers the night Jason Dalton went on a killing spree.
The baseless QAnon conspiracy theory has consumed the lives of many of its followers since originating online in 2017, ruining personal relationships and even causing some family members to say they live in fear. WOI-TV reporter and anchor Eva Andersen joins us again, this time to share personal stories she's learned through her reporting on the conspiracy.
The baseless QAnon conspiracy theory has been thrust into the mainstream following the Jan. 6 insurrection at the U.S. Capitol. But what exactly is it, where did it come from and why is it dangerous? Eva Andersen, a reporter and anchor with WOI-TV in Des Moines, Iowa, shares her reporting on the conspiracy and its followers.
At the end of 2020, Samuel Little died in a California prison. WXIA 11Alives's Chief Investigator Brendan Keefe tells us about the man believed to be America's most prolific serial killer.
In February of 2014, Brianna Williams reported her five-year-old daughter, Taylor, missing. Six days later, investigators would make a discovery near Williams' hometown in Alabama. Anne Schindler, an investigative reporter with FirstCoastNews in Jacksonville, Fla., discusses her reporting on the case ahead of an upcoming court date.
One year ago, in early 2020, 54-year-old Ricky Davis was exonerated and released from prison after 15 years behind bars. Monica Coleman, a reporter with ABC10 in Sacramento, Calif., was there to cover his release.
Sixteen-year old Amber Woods was found dead in February 2006 along State Road 62 in Manatee County, Florida. Jenna Bourne at 10 Tampa Bay tells us how police caught up with her killers.
"They were just gone"

"They were just gone"


Two middle schoolers walked away from their Florida school in 2005. They've never been seen again. Katie Jeffries at FirstCoastNews in Jacksonville has the story.
Twenty-two years ago this week, 15-year-old Ashley Ouellette was found dead on Pine Point Road in Scarborough, Maine. Police classified her death as a homicide, and the case has remained unsolved since 1999. News Center Maine reporter Chris Costa shares what happened.
The disappearance of a young Amish woman in June 2020 was a shock to the community. Grace Griffaton at Fox43 in York, Pennsylvania, tells us what we know about the case of Linda Stoltzfoos.
Comments (5)

Suzanne L

As soon as the individual shows get longer, I will subscribe. And if they're not 2 stories in one episode. Drives me nuts.

Feb 25th


thank you for addressing the fact the Q-Anon is chock full of crime and belongs there. people who don't want to hear about it should skip the episode for the next

Feb 24th

Brian Juszczyk

I really hope this show doesn’t go political. I’m not a fan of Q. But really.... you guys had a real good format here. I’m not interested in being lectured. (No matter what the subject leftover right)

Feb 17th

Donna Belue

I have enjoyed the podcast until this episode.

Feb 17th

Verde C R

Wish these episodes were just a tad bit longer.

Jan 29th
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