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Current and classic episodes, featuring compelling true-crime mysteries, powerful documentaries and in-depth investigations.
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The Widower Ep. 3: The Trial

The Widower Ep. 3: The Trial

2021-02-2501:23:281

Thomas Randolph strikes back against his accusers in exclusive jailhouse interviews. His trial features revealing and testimony from his accusers, an emotional verdict, and a surprising twist.
Detectives investigating a woman’s murder hit the road to learn about her husband’s 5 other marriages and 3 dead wives. They discover he’s been on trial, in a case that resembles their own.
The murder of a Las Vegas wife and mother pits detectives against her wily husband who has many secrets and four dead wives.
In this Dateline classic, a chilling double murder takes place in an upscale home. The evidence seems to tell a clear story, but investigators discover a marriage that’s filled with secrets, and a story that doesn’t add up. Andrea Canning reports. Originally aired on NBC on July 26, 2013.
The Monster at Large

The Monster at Large

2021-02-1701:21:1818

When Susan Woods doesn’t show up for work, she is soon discovered dead in her bathtub. As police search for answers, they find a trail of victims. Natalie Morales sits down for a conversation with the killer.
BONUS: Mommy Doomsday

BONUS: Mommy Doomsday

2021-02-1652:219

As a bonus for Dateline listeners, we’re sharing a special preview of Mommy Doomsday, a new podcast from Dateline NBC and Keith Morrison. The disappearance of two of Lori Vallow’s children in Rexburg, Idaho in September 2019 would expose a bizarre trail of death, devotion and Doomsday beliefs that captivated the nation. From the team who brought you the #1 podcast The Thing About Pam comes the haunting mystery that has to be heard to be believed.  Subscribe to Mommy Doomsday now: https://link.chtbl.com/mommydoomsday_drop
Broken Circle

Broken Circle

2021-02-1640:3614

The owners of Circle of Hope Girls Ranch and Boarding School, Boyd and Stephanie Householder, promoted their school as a place for students to follow a strict regimen of chores, school work and Bible study. But when Boyd is accused of abusing his students, his daughter Amanda must decide whose side she’s on. Keith Morrison reports.
The Secret in Albuquerque

The Secret in Albuquerque

2021-02-1101:24:3629

In this Dateline classic, Mike Snyder, a respected auto mechanic in an upscale subdivision in Albuquerque New Mexico, falls in love with co-worker Ellen Sheffield. They soon marry, but Ellen’s success at work creates tension at home. Josh Mankiewicz reports. Originally aired on NBC on September 30, 2011.
Death of a Hometown Hero

Death of a Hometown Hero

2021-02-1001:22:5017

There was probably no player as popular in the history of Memphis high school, college and NBA basketball as Lorenzen Wright. When he goes missing in 2010 and is found dead ten days later, Lorenzen’s mother insists she knows who murdered her son and is relentless in helping detectives solve his case. Andrea Canning reports.
Shannon's Story

Shannon's Story

2021-02-0940:5822

Emory University sophomore Shannon Melendi goes missing in broad daylight from her off-campus job at a softball field. As police are interviewing everyone in Shannon’s orbit, they receive a mysterious phone call that changes everything. Dennis Murphy reports.
Introducing: Mommy Doomsday

Introducing: Mommy Doomsday

2021-02-0901:23:429

The disappearance of two of Lori Vallow’s children in Rexburg, Idaho in September 2019 would expose a bizarre trail of death, devotion and Doomsday beliefs that captivated the nation. A haunting podcast from Keith Morrison and Dateline NBC, Mommy Doomsday premieres February 16th. Subscribe now.
The Seduction

The Seduction

2021-02-0401:24:3935

In this Dateline classic, an obsessed lover is willing to do almost anything to keep the woman he loves. Even if it costs a life, including his own. Keith Morrison reports. Originally aired on NBC on May 7, 2010.
The Woman at the Bar

The Woman at the Bar

2021-02-0301:22:5025

A nationwide manhunt is launched after a woman dubbed the “killer grandma” goes on the run through the Gulf Coast. Dennis Murphy reports.
Lauren's Promise

Lauren's Promise

2021-02-0240:3417

When University of Utah athlete Lauren McCluskey is found murdered on campus, investigators learn that she had reached out to the campus police for help multiple times before her death. Josh Mankiewicz reports on the latest significant changes and consequences the school is facing. 
Night of the Summer Solstice

Night of the Summer Solstice

2021-01-3001:15:4923

Just a few hours after the longest day of the year in 1990, hikers find 21-year-old UCLA student Ron Baker’s body in a Los Angeles area train tunnel. As detectives investigate, they begin to wonder if Ron’s interest in an alternative religion is connected to the murder, but soon discover the suspects are much closer to home. Keith Morrison reports.
While She Was Sleeping

While She Was Sleeping

2021-01-2801:24:4332

In this Dateline classic, the snow covered playground of Aspen, Colorado is a safe haven for well-heeled owners and celebrities. That is until one cold February night when a frantic woman calls 9-1-1 about a discovery at a secluded chalet. Keith Morrison reports. Originally aired on NBC on October 10, 2014.
The Grudge

The Grudge

2021-01-2640:3715

Andrea Canning speaks with U.S. District Court Judge Esther Salas about the deadly shooting at her home in 2020 that killed her son Daniel and critically injured her husband Mark.
Suspicion

Suspicion

2021-01-2141:408

In this Dateline classic, Kay Mortensen, a brilliant retired professor, a man who was prepared for just about anything finds himself in the most unimaginable situation. Keith Morrison reports. Originally aired on NBC on June 28, 2013.
Family Affair

Family Affair

2021-01-2042:054

In this Dateline classic, the scion of the family behind the famous Fontainebleau Hotel on Miami Beach, Ben Novack Jr., grew up with the likes of Frank Sinatra and the Rat Pack. But his murder years later in a New York hotel, launches an investigation that would lead to surprising places and turn his stepdaughter’s life upside down. Dennis Murphy reports. Originally aired on NBC on October 12, 2012.
When Brigida Uto arrives at an emergency room, she is near death. While her vital signs are fading, there are no signs of an infection or injury. Doctors, the FBI and local law enforcement are all called in to not only try to solve a medical mystery, but also a horrendous crime. Natalie Morales reports.
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Sherrie Lucas

Loved that last line. Truth.

Feb 26th
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Truckstop.Lipstick

Not that he said that being a cop is the Lord's work.....yikes.

Feb 26th
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Jill K

God, hearing Chad's kids at the end broke my heart :(

Feb 25th
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Jill K

I found it odd from the beginning that this family seemed so freaked out about random people hurting them. Did they have reason to believe anyone had it out for them? Sounds like maybe they watched one too many scary movies...I wouldn't by any means say these kids were terrorizing them. That's a very strong word.

Feb 25th
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Andi

Oof, I accidentally listened to this episode first then completely missed that this was the second one because there was no mention of it. Is there going to be a third episode after this? It kind of ended abruptly.

Feb 25th
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TrueCrimeLover

Not a fan of this format. Unable to listen. Will check back when it's the regular shows.

Feb 25th
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Jen Owens

I agree with the other reviewer. I understand the idea of wanting to play with the show format, and maybe it works for the video version of the show, but it is just not working at all for the podcast. I'm finding it unlistenable and impossible to follow. I'm not even trying to finish the episode, which has never happened to me before with a Dateline podcast episode.

Feb 24th
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ID18819870

that cop is a fkn asshole.

Feb 24th
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Tom Katarsky

I can appreciate the attempt to play with the usual format of the show but these widower episodes are difficult to listen to. The editing is just terrible. It's just a jumbled mess of soundbites that jump all over the place and it's hard to follow any sort of narrative which is a shame because it's a compelling story.

Feb 24th
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Tom Katarsky

I can appreciate the attempt to play with the usual format of the show but these widower episodes are difficult to listen to. The editing is just terrible. It's just a jumbled mess of soundbites that jump all over the place and it's hard to follow any sort of narrative which is a shame because it's a compelling story.

Feb 24th
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Blastabout

you dont hear the hours of the interviewers LEADING those kids to what they wanted them to say.cmon people!!

Feb 23rd
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Kristen Metelmann

Is there a second part?

Feb 23rd
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Jamie Chorman

OMG, Brett's lawyer is so disgusting! how can people like that live with themselves?!

Feb 22nd
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The Everyday Bombshell

My advice is, if you are accused of a crime... don'tt just get a lawyer, get a SMART one. This defense attorney was a moron and if no help whatsoever. You don't just react in habit and put up a toilet seat after your wife was killed in your home and you had to kill a person who killed her, just because you do it daily. Your first reaction would actually be "My son is a coming in here for any reason anytime soon I don't want him to see this." PARENTING 101. Now a better lie would've been "I was so nervous after killing a man, I had to pee" Also the lawyer is definitely not an expert in human anatomy... the 'Deathgrip' he mentioned would only hold the hand closed if the nerve bundles and muscles remain uninjured. The defense attorney may believe what he sees on tv but you shouldn't. Why didn't he provide the jury with a reputable medical expert who would agree with him rather than just say "believe me, a lawyer completely uneducated in medical facts, over the medical professional who actually studied the dead dude"? Find out where your lawyer went to school and make sure he isn't in the bottom of his class. 🙄

Feb 20th
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SleepyCat

Poor Tammy and Brian lost their lives and were completely innocent in all this. Brett is a rich, greedy scumbag who thought he was super bright😑 That defence lawyer is a piece of work - he's as bad as the murderer he defended - using the daughter was low, especially as she thought her dad was innocent. I've met people like Brett - don't trust them an inch!!!😠 Guilty as sin😡

Feb 20th
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Carolyn Krivulka

I have never commented on any of the stories. I pretty much agree with all the jurors but I fully disagree that this man killed his ex wife!!!!

Feb 20th
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SHOELACE#16

she didn't flip her off if that's the first time they ever saw each other. the Dude played with fire and got burnt.

Feb 19th
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lopro

24:08 lol!!!!!!!!!!

Feb 19th
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Tim Leyba

it's Velas-kez not velas- kuez. Learn Hispanic pronunciations. I hear these so often. it is Bullshit that you study and not understand those around you. Refer to me for confusion in the Hispanic language. Love your show.

Feb 19th
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Jocelyn Allan

What a shocking,, surprise twist!!! The husband did it!!! Yawn...

Feb 18th
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