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Current and classic episodes, featuring compelling true-crime mysteries, powerful documentaries and in-depth investigations.

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And Then There Were Three

And Then There Were Three

2020-09-1743:4415

Just days before Christmas, high school senior Michelle Martinko is found stabbed to death in her car after visiting the mall. It would take almost 40 years for investigators to identify the killer – and when they did, Martinko’s family and friends were stunned. Dennis Murphy reports.
Down the Back Staircase

Down the Back Staircase

2020-09-1601:28:3417

In this Dateline classic, novelist and former mayoral candidate Michael Peterson finds his wife, Kathleen, dead at the bottom of the back staircase in their North Carolina mansion. Dennis Murphy reports. Originally aired on NBC on April 7, 2017.
Oscar Pistorius, nicknamed “Blade Runner,” is an international celebrity when he shoots and kills his girlfriend just 8 months after competing in the London Olympics. Charged with murder, he tells police it was a tragic mistake and that he was acting in self-defense as he believed he was firing at an intruder. Keith Morrison reports on the aftermath of the judge’s verdict and the ensuing court battle.
Andrea Canning reflects on one of her most memorable episodes: When Jen Ramsaran disappears, police comb through her online presence to see if they can find any clues. Did she escape the real world for a fantasy world? 
In this Dateline classic, when two tragic deaths occur within one week of each other in a wealthy area in California, families begin to wonder what happened inside a beachfront mansion. Josh Mankiewicz reports. Originally aired on NBC on November 9, 2018.
Death in the Driveway

Death in the Driveway

2020-09-0843:4720

Police in a quiet Southern town, find a prominent lawyer brutally murdered and his girlfriend bound in duct tape. Who could have done it? Andrea Canning reports. 
Josh Mankiewicz reflects on one of his most memorable episodes: the case of 36-year-old Iraq War veteran Maribel Ramos who calls 911 to reveal she is scared for her safety. When she later disappears, investigators have to figure out who exactly she was afraid of.
Deadly House of Cards

Deadly House of Cards

2020-09-0201:26:5531

In this Dateline classic, when Johnny Altinger sent strange emails to friends saying he skipped off to Costa Rica with a new girlfriend and doesn’t respond to phone calls, a missing person investigation begins that leads detectives into a hall of mirrors where fact and fantasy merge. Keith Morrison reports. Originally aired on NBC on September 16, 2011.
The Man Who Wasn't There

The Man Who Wasn't There

2020-09-0101:27:0935

In this Dateline classic, a family’s American dream turns into a nightmare when their mother is murdered in their home one night. The mystery goes unsolved for years until a new detective reopens the case, resulting in an undercover sting operation and unexpected twists and turns. Josh Mankiewicz reports. Originally aired on NBC on July 25, 2014.
Written in Blood

Written in Blood

2020-08-2745:1120

In this Dateline classic, Karen Pannell, a one-time model and flight attendant, is found murdered in her kitchen. On the wall next to her body is a message written in her own blood: the letters R O C. What does it mean? Dennis Murphy reports. Originally aired on NBC on August 17, 2012.
The Inside Man

The Inside Man

2020-08-2645:1825

In this Dateline classic, Jimmy Keene, a popular, superstar high school athlete, seemed to have it all growing up in the river city of Kankakee, Illinois. But then, he began selling drugs and moved to Chicago, where his business boomed but a danger lurked 150 miles south that would change his life forever. Lester Holt reports. Originally aired on NBC on September 14, 2012.
Without a Trace

Without a Trace

2020-08-2546:3818

In this Dateline classic, an entire community pulls together in the search for 29 year-old Carrie Olson after she is reported missing when doesn’t show up for work. Detectives suspect foul play and soon focus their investigation on two men in her life. Andrea Canning reports. Originally aired on NBC on October 23, 2015.
A Bronx Tale

A Bronx Tale

2020-08-2045:0431

In this Dateline classic, Josh Mankiewicz tells the story Eric Glisson, who was wrongly convicted of the 1995 murder of a Bronx cab driver. From behind bars, and with the help of those who believed in him, he was able to prove his innocence after serving 18 years of his life in jail for a crime he didn't commit. Eric opens up to Dateline about his life after his release. Originally aired on NBC on June 6, 2014.
Death of a Golden Girl

Death of a Golden Girl

2020-08-1944:3720

In this Dateline classic, Dennis Murphy reports on the case of a 26 year-old model and aspiring Playboy Playmate who goes missing after visiting a Miami nightclub with her boyfriend. Within 24 hours of her disappearance, police find her brutally murdered. Originally aired on NBC on March 19, 2010.
In the Dead of Night

In the Dead of Night

2020-08-1801:28:4437

In this Dateline classic, the investigation into the murder of a prominent couple on their Nebraska farm is upended after the discovery of a small, gold ring at the crime scene. Keith Morrison reports. Originally aired on NBC on October 1, 2010.
In 1980s Los Angeles, a group of prep school boys got together to make investments together, get rich quick, and live large. But headed by a handsome and charismatic leader named Joe Hunt, the members of the self-proclaimed “Billionaire Boys Club” get sucked deeper into twisted schemes of kidnapping, torture, and revenge. The boys must stick together, or risk prison - or worse. From the makers of The Wonderland Murders, Guru, and The Dating Game Killer, comes a six-part series co-hosted by Tracy Pattin and Emmy-nominated actor Timothy Olyphant. Subscribe today: wondery.fm/dateline_BBC
Deadly Desire

Deadly Desire

2020-08-1344:5029

In this Dateline classic, after a Idaho woman falls in love with her married boss, the affair leads to a violent confrontation. Keith Morrison reports. Originally aired on NBC on May 3, 2013.
Mystery in South Beach

Mystery in South Beach

2020-08-1244:0327

In this Dateline classic, a young bride is found beaten to death just days after the wedding. As detectives begin their investigation, suspicious details are uncovered. Dennis Murphy reports. Originally aired on NBC on May 11, 2014.
Angels and Demons

Angels and Demons

2020-08-1101:24:4029

Multiple mysterious deaths occur inside a traveling commune, spurring a decade-long investigation that uncovers deadly and devastating secrets. Dennis Murphy reports.
In this Dateline classic, an Olympic athlete and a homecoming queen share a life in the charming suburb of Oxnard, California until gunshots are fired in their backyard on a late summer night in 2009. Keith Morrison reports. Originally aired on NBC on April 1, 2016.
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Suzanne Hubbard Gerken

I haven't heard about this case for a long time. Thank you for covering it and updating us.

Sep 21st
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Robert Hastings

So when does the trial for the husband start? This approach may have worked in 1950, but not today

Sep 21st
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Amanda Williams

the owl theory makes more sense then getting beaten with a fire place poker but receiving zero injuries to the actual skull.

Sep 19th
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Kelly Stang

This one was so disappointing! Why? What was his motive? Has he appealed? Does he still deny the crime? Were they ever able to link him to victim in any other way?

Sep 19th
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Pamela Sartin

Finally!

Sep 17th
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Ryan Sherrill

so the cop passed the lie detector but the two innocent guys failed? Sounds about right

Sep 17th
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The Everyday Bombshell

Not buying it. That judge is a product of a system that believes men over women, and where domestic violence is even worse than in the United States (and it's pretty bad here.) She believed this so-called hero because of his fame... despite many witnesses that heard differently and disproved his case. I did think it was funny that his defense attorneys said the text messages in which Riva showed she feared him we're just a lovers' spat. There were many witnesses who heard a lover's spat the night that Riva died. Thanks for agreeing with us that your client is a jealous, crazy freak.

Sep 16th
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The Everyday Bombshell

I really wanted to buy into the owl theory. Just the other day I found a feather from a Heron in my hair. But it didn't get there from an attack. Probably blown from a nest and into my hair while I was on a run. If she were fighting an owl, there would have been a lot of noise... once you started fighting the owl would've started shrieking, and so would she. The claw would have been entwined in the hair, leaving my much more than just 2 microscopic feathers. There should've been DNA from the owl in those wounds. She would have fought that owl and would have had lacerations on her arms not just on her scalp. I do believe that owl attacks are possible, but they are definitely more rare than husbands killing their wives.

Sep 16th
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carla study

This story is wild AF!

Sep 16th
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Cotton Candy

I couldn't imagine... whew

Sep 15th
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BC

Holy shit

Sep 14th
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BC

What the fuck

Sep 14th
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Ria

Fuckin' Fuzzy Lumpkins ass bitch.

Sep 14th
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BC

I have never believed a woman less in my life. the 15 year old child is the victim.

Sep 13th
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Cory Shannon

I absolutely love this podcast. I'm a truck driver and I keep adding these episodes to my playlist and in between stops my day is fulfilled!

Sep 12th
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BC

They named the cadaver dog Indiana Bones

Sep 12th
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BC

Chris was a massive scumbag

Sep 11th
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BC

So once the police decided Jane was a murderer they manipulated evidence to fit what they thought the crime was.

Sep 11th
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The Everyday Bombshell

I've studied this case many times over. I do not believe this was a suicide. In fact, I think that this was retaliation against Jonah. It's very easy to see how someone could be furious at a man who made his millions through increasing the sales of cancer medication. As far as anyone outside of the medical field knew, Max was going to survive...and the word was that Rebecca had saved him. So if someone had attempted to kill the young boy in retaliation but the boy survives, the next person in line through which they could hurt Jonah would be the hero Rebecca. I've always believed that the FBI should have looked more carefully into the threats that Jonah's company was receiving from people who lost family members that couldn't afford the medication the company made. I think if my loved one was denied medication that could have saved their life, I might be tempted to get revenge as well. I would never harm a child but I bet there are people who could justify it by saying you took my loved one away from me and I'm going to take yours. To date no one has taken a serious look into these threats. Despite the fact that Max's death IS suspicious. Despite the fact that the gymnastics of this type of suicide are preposterous. Ask yourselves: how does a town like Coronado clear two murders quickly, so as not to worry the wealthy population that lives there? You declare one an accident and another a suicide. And wash your hands of it as you walk away.

Sep 11th
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gumbess

That mother sounds like a Kunt. No Asian woman is going to hang herself NAKED so her family will feel mortified on top of being grieved. It's like Muslim woman using her headscarf to fashion it as a thong bikini to wear b4 hanging herself What f✓ckibg BS. There's an old Korean saying, NOTHING but bad comes out of taking care of other's kids. Stay away from men w/children. I went on a date w/a guy who said how good his ex gf was w/his kids. OMG lol. I was like, I can't even take care of myself! Besides, I'd rather adopt more poor voiceless animals - that stay innocent even when they grow up!

Sep 10th
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