Best Truecrime podcasts we could find (Updated September 2018)
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If you listened to The Fall Line prior to 12/17, you haven't heard the complete reworking of season 1 (writing, editing, recording)--check it out.The Fall Line Podcast is a true-crime audio serial focused on marginalized communities in Georgia, and covers one story per season. Sometimes we investigate, sometimes we reveal--but we're always telling stories of people who have been passed over by mainstream media.All seasons are numbered by season. For example, Season 1: Episode 1, etc. Updates ...
 
Nominated for the BEST TRUE-CRIME PODCAST award at the British Podcast Awards 2018, Murder Mile is a weekly true-crime podcast and audio guided walk featuring 300+ of London’s untold, unsolved and (often) forgotten murder cases, all within one square mile
 
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Between Friday 22nd, Saturday 23rd, Sunday 24th and Monday 25th March 1850, at 25 Brydges Street, a baker’s wife called Susan Moir was literally beaten to death. And although this story is almost 170 years old, it remains just as relevant today Nominated one of the BEST BRITISH TRUE CRIME PODCASTS of 2018, Murder Mile is a true-crime podcast an ...…
 
On 30th December 1942, in 112 Bryanston Court, Marion Lees-Smith was a single mother who was struggling alone to cope with the daily demands of Derek - her deaf and brain-damaged son. And as frustrated and exasperated as Marion would often be, her death would come about, not by exhaustion, but by the hand of her own son. Nominated one of the BE ...…
 
On the afternoon of Friday 12th December 2014, in Ormond Yard, a quiet back-street at the back of a garish restaurant called Abracadabra, larger-than-life businessman David West Senior was brutally stabbed to death by his diligent business partner and beloved son – David West Junior. But why? Nominated one of the BEST BRITISH TRUE CRIME PODCAST ...…
 
On Friday 19th September 1947, two robbers - Christopher James Geraghty and Charles Henry Jenkins - were executed having killed an innocent bystander whilst in pursuit of a robbery, as no-one could prove which man had committed the murder. It's a trial which brought about the abolition of the death penalty in the United Kingdom. But who was the ...…
 
On Tuesday 26th January 1943, somewhere at the back of King’s Cross station, in an unknown derelict warehouse, Glyndwr Michael; a nobody, a nothing, a homeless man became a hero, and although he saved my life, your life and all of our lives, 80 years on, his name his hardly known. Nominated one of the BEST BRITISH TRUE CRIME PODCASTS of 2018, M ...…
 
George Thomas Pickering – The Silent Killer: on Monday 8th October 1963, in the first floor flat of 12 Brewer Street in Soho, W1, a hard-working husband and doting father-of three, brutally murdered a Soho prostitute called Rosa O’Neill. And yet, why he killed her remains the real mystery. Nominated one of the BEST BRITISH TRUE CRIME PODCASTS o ...…
 
Justice for Martine Vik Magnussen: On the morning of Sunday 16th March 2008, the body of 23 year old Martine Vik Magnussen was found raped and strangled in the basement of 222 Great Portland Street, London. And although the Police know who her killer is, where he is and can prove he was guilty, he has never been arrested. Why? Nominated one of ...…
 
On Sunday 14th June 1964, in the bar-room of The White Horse public house on Rupert Street in Soho, 21 year old Larry Winters shot 44 year old barman Paddy O'Keefe to death, having never met him before. But why? Nominated one of the BEST BRITISH TRUE CRIME PODCASTS of 2018, Murder Mile is a true-crime podcast and audio-guided walk of 300+ untol ...…
 
Love, Loss and the Lingering Death of Helen Mary Pickwoad: 27 year old Helen Mary Pickwoad thought she’d fallen in love with the man of her dreams, an Army Captain called Edward Tickell, but on Wednesday 20th May 1942, in Room 365 of the Mount Royal Hotel (now called Amba Hotel) at 508/540 Oxford Street, she died a very slow, painful and linger ...…
 
The Several Assassinations of the Exiled Iraqi: Abd ar-Razzaq Said al-Naif; an exiled Iraqi national, living in the West End, found himself the target of several assassinations. And yet, as high up as the orders to have him killed came, his death was left in the hands of a most unlikely man. Nominated BEST BRITISH TRUE CRIME PODCAST 2018, Murde ...…
 
Brian Alexander Robinson and the D’Arblay Street Death: On Friday 29th August 1964, Brian Alexander Robinson, a 19 year old part-time DJ who murdered a man he had never met before, for no financial gain nor personal malice. And yet, although he was found guilty, Brian should never have been tried for murder. On Friday 20th April 1945, at the Ly ...…
 
Jacques Adrian Tratsart - The Corner House Killer: On Friday 20th April 1945, at the Lyon’s Corner House tearoom on Oxford Street, 27 year old Jacques Tratsart attempted to murder his mild-mannered father, his epileptic sister, his disabled brother and then himself. But what drove this hard-working and ambition man to commit mass-murder? Nomina ...…
 
Just a humble trailer for Season Two of Murder Mile True-Crime Podcast, which launches on July 2018. Download us via iTunes, Acast or your favourite podcast platform. Thank you for listening. Mx
 
The Blackout Ripper - The Full Story Parts 5 to 8. As promised, this is the full story of The Blackout Ripper with all of the rubbish taken out; no admin, no extra mile, no credits, just the full untold story of The Blackout Ripper. Murder Mile is a true-crime podcast and audio-guided walk of 300+ untold, unsolved and long-forgotten murder case ...…
 
The Blackout Ripper - The Full Story Parts 1 to 4. As promised, this is the full story of The Blackout Ripper with all of the rubbish taken out; no admin, no extra mile, no credits, just the full untold story of The Blackout Ripper. Murder Mile is a true-crime podcast and audio-guided walk of 300+ untold, unsolved and long-forgotten murder case ...…
 
The Blackout Ripper Part 8 (of 8): Who was Gordon Frederick Cummins? What incidents in his childhood made him kill? And why would he go on to murder four women in four days in London's West End? Find out in this exploration of the childhood, career, loves and personality of The Blackout Ripper. Murder Mile is a true-crime podcast and audio-guid ...…
 
The Blackout Ripper Part 7 of 8: On Friday 13th February 1942, Gordon Frederick Cummins was arrested for assault, and as the evidence mounted, it became clear that to the Police that in their cells was The Blackout Ripper. But could they prove it, and could they make him confess to his crimes? Murder Mile is a true-crime podcast and audio-guide ...…
 
The Blackout Ripper Part 6: On the morning of Friday 13th February 1942, The Blackout Ripper was caught and arrested, but not for the brutal murder of four women in London’s West End, and the Police had no idea who he really was. Murder Mile is a true-crime podcast and audio-guided walk of 300+ untold, unsolved and long-forgotten murder cases, ...…
 
The Blackout Ripper Part 5: Before the brutal murder of 34 year old Doris Jouanett on Thursday 12th February 1942 at roughly 11pm, The Blackout Ripper had attacked two more women in London's West End - Greta Hayward and Kathryn Mulcahy - but why did his killing spree abruptly come to an end? Murder Mile is a true-crime podcast and audio-guided ...…
 
The Blackout Ripper Part 4: On 12th February 1942, 32 year old Doris Jouanett was found strangled, posed and mutilated in her flat at 187 Sussex Gardens in a murder strangely similar to Evelyn Hamilton, Evelyn Oatley and Margaret Florence Lowe, over four nights prior. So who was The Blackout Ripper? Murder Mile is a true-crime podcast and audio ...…
 
The Blackout Ripper Part 3: The Blackout Ripper Part 3: In the early hours of Wednesday 11th February 1942, 43 year old Margaret Florence Lowe was found strangled and posed in her flat on 9/10 Gosfield Street (Fitzrovia), but her murder was uncannily similar to the murders of Evelyn Hamilton and Evelyn Oatley just two days before. Was a sadisti ...…
 
The Blackout Ripper Part 2: On 10th February 1942, 34 year old Evelyn Oatley was found strangled, posed and mutilated in her flat at 153 Wardour Street in a murder strangely similar to Evelyn Hamilton, just one night before. Was this coincidence, or was there a sadistic spree-killer on the loose in Soho? Murder Mile is a true-crime podcast and ...…
 
The Blackout Ripper Part 1: On 9th February 1942, 41 year old Evelyn Margaret Hamilton was found strangled and posed in an air-raid shelter in Montagu Place (Marylebone). Police had no idea who had murdered her, or that this was the start of a vicious killing spree of The Blackout Ripper. Murder Mile is a true-crime podcast and audio-guided wal ...…
 
PART 2 OF 2: On 19th February 2001, ten dismembered body-parts of an unidentified woman were found submerged in the Regent's Canal, in a sickening attacked which matched that of a headless torso found in a Rotterdam Canal a decade earlier. But who were they? And what connected them? Murder Mile is a true-crime podcast and audio-guided walk of 3 ...…
 
PART 1 OF 2: On 19th February 2001, at Battlebridge Basin, ten dismembered body-parts, belonging to an unidentified woman, wrapped in six separate bags, were found submerged in the Regent's Canal. But who was she? And who had murdered her? Murder Mile is a true-crime podcast and audio-guided walk of 300+ untold, unsolved and long-forgotten murd ...…
 
We're sharing a full episode from our friend Charlie's (co-host of In Sight) new show because we think you'll love it; this is not a paid promo, advertisement, or anything of the like. We simply want to make you aware of the project. Impact Statement focuses on the families of crime victims, and separates the stories into three acts: life befor ...…
 
On the afternoon of Sunday 10th May 2015, a suitcase was found floating in the Grand Union Canal in Little Venice containing the folded-up corpse of 23 year old Marta Ligman. But how had she got there, who put her there, and why? Murder Mile is a true-crime podcast and audio-guided walk of 300+ untold, unsolved and long-forgotten murder cases, ...…
 
On the evening of Tuesday 22nd September 2015, Italian tour-guide and English teacher Sebastiano Magnanini was last seen alive walking by King’s Cross Station. Two days later, his decomposing body was found dead in the Regent’s Canal, having been tied to a shopping trolley. But what happened? Murder Mile is a true-crime podcast and audio-guided ...…
 
On March 18, 2018, from 2-4 pm, there will be the first-ever day of remembrance/vigil held to mark the 28th anniversary of the disappearance of Jeannette and Dannette Millbrook. Please join us at the Augusta Mart in Augusta, GA from 2-4 p.m. on 3/18; you’ll be able to meet the family, the Fall Line hosts, and Micheal Whelan of Unresolved. It is ...…
 
This is part two of The Extra Mile, a special behind-the-scene episode of Murder Mile true-crime podcast, whilst I'm busy researching the next 20 episodes. If you're new to the podcast, listen to Ep1-20 first. The Extra Mile part 2 features an in-depth discussion on how Murder Mile is researched, as well as many thank you's to Murder Mile's mos ...…
 
Warning: This is NOT a regular episode of Murder Mile. Whilst I'm at the National Archive, knee-deep in Police investigation files, this week's episode is an informal behind-the-scenes look at the making of Murder Mile. If you're a regular listener, you may enjoy this. If you're new to Murder Mile, you probably won't. Either way, thank you for ...…
 
On 1st November 2006, Russian dissident Alexander Litvinenko was assassinated in the heart of London’s West End, by two of Russia’s top assassins, using one of the most bizarre and deadliest poisons ever, and yet, from day one, his brutal murder was a textbook case of incompetence. Murder Mile is a true-crime podcast and audio-guided walk of 30 ...…
 
In the Season 2 preview, we introduce you to our next case—or rather cases. Since 1978, seven babies have been taken from different areas of Atlanta’s Grady Memorial Hospital, from the maternity waiting room to pediatric recovery to new mothers’ rooms on the maternity ward itself. All of these children are Black. Many are economically disadvant ...…
 
On Tuesday 25th July 1933, 27 year old Frederick Field fully confessed to the murder of West End prostitute Norah Upchurch who was found strangled inside a locked empty shop in Shaftesbury Avenue. And yet – in a bizarre twist of fate - even today, her murder remains unsolved. Murder Mile is a true-crime podcast and audio-guided walk of 300+ unt ...…
 
On Friday 2nd October 1931, West End prostitute Norah Upchurch was found strangled inside a locked empty shop in Shaftesbury Avenue; with no sign of a break-in, no-one knows how she got in or how her killer got out. 87 years since her murder, her killer has never been caught. Or was he? Murder Mile is a true-crime podcast and audio-guided walk ...…
 
On Christmas Eve 1982, 36 year old David Ralph Martin was charged at the Marlborough Street Magistrates Court on twelve counts including armed robbery, theft, fraud and attempted murder, but his bungled arrest would led to one of the Metropolitan Police’s worst miscarriages of justice. Murder Mile is a true-crime podcast and audio-guided walk o ...…
 
On Saturday 27th October 1956, 26 year old Canadian sailor Richard Rhodes Henley committed armed robbery for the first and very last time, but he didn’t steal money, or booze, or drugs to feed his habit, he stole pornography to fuel his addiction to masturbation, and yet, so desperate was his carnal needs that it would drive him to commit murde ...…
 
On Friday 12th May 1933, 31 year old disgruntled dish-washer Varnavros Antorka murdered his overbearing boss, head-chef Boleslaw Pankorski at Bellometti’s restaurant in Soho Square, and yet this brief moment of madness almost lead to him being convicted of double murder. Murder Mile is a true-crime podcast and audio-guided walk of 300+ untold, ...…
 
Please listen to this short announcement concerning the complete re-recording, editing, narrative tightening, and re-shaping of season one, and a sneak peek into what's coming up next!
 
On Saturday 30th September 1843, 28 year old William Stoltzer stabbed Peter Keim once in the stomach with a boot-maker’s knife, and even though he confessed to the murder; the life, the death and the trail of William Stoltzer is as strange and mysterious as both his past and future. Murder Mile is a true-crime podcast and audio-guided walk of 3 ...…
 
On 10th November 1946, a 26 year old club singer and prostitute Margaret Cook was brutally gunned down outside the Soho nightclub known as the Blue Lagoon, and although the murder remains unsolved, her life is even more mysterious than her death. Murder Mile is a true-crime podcast and audio-guided walk of 300+ untold, unsolved and long-forgott ...…
 
The CONCLUDING PART of Dennis Nilsen and the Sleeping Bag of Death. On 23rd November 1981, 19 year old student Paul Nobbs met a man in The Golden Lion public house on Dean Street; here they drank, laughed and headed back to his place for more drink, a bite to eat, some sex and a sleep… but whether he’d ever wake-up again was not his decision, a ...…
 
On 23rd November 1981, 19 year old student Paul Nobbs met a man in The Golden Lion public house on Dean Street; here they drank, laughed and headed back to his place for more drink, a bite to eat, some sex and a sleep… but whether he’d ever wake-up again was not his decision, as he had just spent the night with one of Britain’s most infamous se ...…
 
On 4th September 1974, Soho gangster Alfredo Zomparelli was shot to death as he played on a pinball machine in the Golden Goose amusement arcade on Old Compton Street, by two hitmen in what was supposedly a contract killing. But who ordered him killed? And why? Murder Mile is a true-crime podcast and audio-guided walk of 300+ untold, unsolved a ...…
 
A note about the Apple Podcasts app and the update's effect on your playlist, and a much more important call to action--please take a listen, and if you can help, contact us at falllinepodcast@gmail.com. Thanks, and have a very happy holiday. <3
 
In our special season 1.5 Q&A episode, we're joined by J Ryan Green, private investigator, former law-enforcement officer, and current host of the podcast Gone at 21. Ryan weighs in on the case, and we answer listener questions that have been submitted throughout the season. We have updates on Jeannette and Dannette Millbrook, plus a special in ...…
 
Who killed “Ginger Rae”? A warm, kind and sweet-natured Soho prostitute who didn’t seem to have any drug issues, debts or enemies? Was her death part of a turf-war between two rival pimps, a disagreement between jealous lovers, or was she murdered at the hands of a homicidal maniac? Murder Mile is a true-crime podcast and audio-guided walk of 3 ...…
 
Season 1.5, Episode 4: wraps up our four-part series on the disappearance of Monica and Michael Bennett, who went missing in Brunswick, GA on the evening of June 21st, 1989. We speak to the siblings’ sister, a criminology professor and student who looked into the case, and reflect on the current status of the case. We’ll finish out the season n ...…
 
On Saturday 25th September 1948, Rachel Annie Fennick (alias Ginger Rae), a veteran Soho sex-worker with a sweet smile and a kind heart was brutally murdered. And yet, her bloody death remains shrouded in so much mystery, that 70 years on, her murder may remain unsolved forever. Murder Mile is a true-crime podcast and audio-guided walk of 300+ ...…
 
Season 1.5, Episode 3: Rumors details theories and rumors in the case of Monica and Michael Bennett, the Brunswick, GA siblings who disappeared in 1989 and who have not been seen since. Could drug dealers have been involved? Is there a connection to the death of Christopher Barrios, Jr.? Could the answer lie closer to home? We’re now taking que ...…
 
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