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Episode 00: Coming Soon

Episode 00: Coming Soon

2019-09-2001:0311

Your Own Backyard: The Disappearance of Kristin Smart starts September 30th. Subscribe now.
Who is Kristin Smart? Chris travels to Stockton to meet her parents, Stan and Denise, along with her friends, neighbors, and classmates.
Who is Paul Flores? Chris talks to women who knew him before he was the suspect in Kristin Smart's disappearance, and learns that none of them were surprised.
If Kristin Smart is dead, where did her body end up? Chris follows a trail left by a lost piece of evidence, and retraces Paul Flores’ movements in the years after.
Episode 04: Son Of Susan

Episode 04: Son Of Susan

2019-10-2149:1030

A man from North Carolina vows to keep the Flores family on their toes, and accidentally finds a new way to get their backyard searched in the process.
Episode 05: The P

Episode 05: The P

2019-10-2801:09:4344

Psychics, parents, Parkinson, and Poly.
A newspaper publisher thinks he's found Kristin Smart, until he hits a brick wall.
Episode 07: The Iceberg

Episode 07: The Iceberg

2020-01-2940:3029

The San Luis Obispo County Sheriff's Office speaks.
Episode 08: The 16-Hour Gap

Episode 08: The 16-Hour Gap

2020-11-2501:07:3357

Where was Paul Flores over Memorial Day Weekend 1996? Chris scours the Smart Family’s notebooks to find forgotten witnesses and leads.
After the April 2021 arrests of Paul Flores and his father, Ruben, Chris recounts the search that led to them, and a timeline of the spot where investigators believe Kristin Smart's body was buried. 
Chris travels down to the South Bay, and attempts to trace Paul Flores' predatory behavior from its origins to the present day.
Comments (155)

Callie Ander

Great job Chris!!! I hope that your podcast will shed light on this sick monster and his enabling family , weather they find her remains or not, they should all be locked up !!!

Jan 30th
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Nina Rosang

Susan sounds drunk in the interview.

Jan 10th
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Shadowmunkey99

These police didn't not do there job ever and this is another story where police once again failed. They could have solved this 20 years ago if they did their job even a day on their life.

Oct 20th
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Brandy E

Did her roommates remember her having a watch with an alarm?

Sep 28th
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Lori Nehring

I LOVE the way you put this together. You speak clearly, slowly and you have stellar investigation skills! You explain all the timelines so everything is easily followed. Keep up the GREAT work, Chris!🥰

Sep 16th
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Lori Nehring

I love this whole podcast. The presentation is Stellar! Thank you!

Aug 23rd
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livelaugh love

Go to the website and you can losten to it there.

Aug 12th
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Garry Tinsley

I've listened to crime podcasts for years and this is up there with Casefile at the top of my list of favourites!

Aug 12th
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Sweet Tea

I binge listened to this series today. This is probably why I thought I saw Paul Flores at DMV today. Looks, manner of speech. LOL

Aug 11th
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Kristin Ayotte

Wow! Incredible podcast. I am eagerly awaiting more information. This is wonderfully researched and so thorough. I hope one day the truth will be uncovered and Kristin can be returned to her family.

Jul 29th
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lexala

If only other podcasters could follow your example. I've heard 2 completely erroneous true crime podcasts recently: Culpable and Cousins by Blood. Both lied continuously hoping listeners wouldn't research on their own. I've read the casefile for Christian's case (Culpable) and it's OPPOSITE of what they told viewers. I read the trial transcripts for Ivan Cantu (Cousins by Blood) and it's the same. I hate that podcasts lie. They try to manipulate using emotional language and appeals- preying on the mostly female audience (like me) - hoping no one will notice the complete absence of logic. Anyway Mr Lambert, you are FANTASTIC, HONEST AND THOROUGH. I never feel you are manipulating your audience and you've done some REAL GOOD with your coverage of Kristin's death. Thank you for respecting your audience and setting an example that other podcasters could only dream of following.

Jul 24th
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Gary Willis

great job

Jul 18th
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Amanda Chaples

the link has been broken for at least a week please fix!

Jul 16th
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lexala

Hands down the best podcaster and most thorough investigator I've listened to. Chris Lambert-- I've listened to A LOT of true crime podcasts. I trust your reporting completely. Thank you. I wish all others could follow your example.

Jul 10th
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Tara Houk

it wont play please fix it

Jul 9th
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Taylor Orr

it won't play!!!!!

Jul 9th
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Andrew W

Amazing job with the podcast!!!!

Jul 8th
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DD

this link is broke. 😳😭😢💔 please fix

Jul 8th
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Cipriano Mondragon

"The consensual encounter... with Paul in 2015" is described as taking place while she was drugged against her will and blacked out multiple times. That is not, factually speaking, a "consensual encounter," and should not be narrated as one. It does not matter if she was willing to have sex earlier in the night. An encounter where someone is drugged without their knowledge is not consensual, by definition.

Jul 7th
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Alissa Maxwell

Best Podcaster of all time. I hope he continues to investigate and podcast long after this one is solved.

Jul 7th
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