As a writer and interviewer, I am always excited about talking to interesting people. When they are also extremely genuine and pleasant—like Yeardley Smith, co-host and co-producer of Small Town Dicks—it’s just icing on the cake. Even though I had just met her, Yeardley made me feel like we wereRead More
You love listening to true-crime podcasts, but you only have a 20-minute drive, or you’re limited to 30 minutes maximum on the treadmill at your gym. Check out Murder Minute. With
“Yet another true-crime podcast…” The opening sentence in the description of Seriously, What the Frick? provides pretty good insight into the show. Is it that much different from the hundreds—heck, maybe
What happens when two Los Angeles-based forensic psychologists currently working in the criminal justice field come together to host a podcast? You get a really insightful and entertaining true-crime show—LA Not So
Exactly how many people have been wrongfully imprisoned in the United States? Given the nature of the question and the complexities of cases, that’s a difficult one to answer, especially with any
Last month, in Part Two of our four-part series with our true-crime panel, we left you with a bit of a cliffhanger. Our conversation around the “How Do You Podcast?” question led
One area of the true-crime genre that doesn’t seem to receive much attention is organized crime. So, I went in search of a podcast that focused on the mafia, and boy, did
Have you ever wondered what makes a criminal tick? What’s going on in the mind of a murderer? Why a serial killer shows no remorse? Someone who understands that “why” is
This is Part Four, the final installment, of our series featuring our true-crime panel. So far, we have covered some intriguing questions: Part One – Why do you “true crime”? Part Two
In his book, The Life of Reason, philosopher George Santayana wrote, “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” The history of the mafia in the United States is complex.
Did you ever want to know what it’s like to be a 911 call taker? If you attended CrimeCon in Las Vegas on April 30th, you might have had the chance.